|A1||It Could Happen To You|
|A2||I Want To Talk About You|
|B1||Willow Weep For Me|
- Bass –
- Coordinator [Licensing Coordinator] –
- Design [Cover] –
- Drums –
- Engineer –
- Lacquer Cut By –
- Lacquer Cut By [Half Speed Cut] –
- Layout –
- Piano, Producer –
- Producer, Photography By [Cover] –
- Supervised By – ,
- Barcode (Sticker barcode on outside packaging): 4260544825095
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BI 13636-01 A1 WRJ 001 A HALFSPEED EBS RM
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): BI 13636-01 B1 WRJ 001 B HALFSPEED EBS RM
|Scenery (LP, Album)||Nadja||PA-7148||Japan||1976|
|Scenery (LP, Album, Promo)||Nadja||PA-7148||Japan||1976|
|Scenery+2 (CD, Album, Reissue)||Solid Records (6)||CDSOL-1107||Japan||2005|
|Scenery (6×File, AAC, 256 kbps)||Trio Records||none||2005|
|Scenery (LP, Album, Reissue)||Nadja, Art Union||ARTD-5540||Japan||2009|
- Edited 22 days agoTHIS is an exceptional album, a jazz album that is not jazz. Composition over improvisation. Tasteful musicality and full sound, but everything planned and thought out. Simply craftsmanship at the highest level, but only reproductive.
A good edition on a lightweight vinyl with a low price, it can decorate your collection ... but if I had to choose one album, definitely be: Ryo Fukui In New York, more jazz in "jazz".
- Sensational. A must own if you're into Jazz. Superb music, superb sound quality & pressing
- Absolute banger of a jazz album. Not sure why they removed the artist name from the cover.
Melodic enough to chill to, while also interesting and tonally abstract.
Washes over you like you're divorced salary-man in a dank bar sipping a japanese whiskey.
- Nice pressing of a nice piece of piano jazz. But why did they chose to remove the name of the artist on the cover? The original one was more aesthetically appealing imho.
- As usual, a good pressing by WRWTFWW Records! One of the very few quality record labels i trust with bringing good reissues on the recent market.
- Perfect Sound. This Pressing is absolutely Perfect! it sounds like you are standing in the room with the band.
- Edited 8 months agoPhenomenon: one very strange, one unfortunate. I start with the latter:
1) Visually, my disc has many visible scratches that don't produce extra-musical artifacts like pops. However, the disc appears as if it had been thrown across the factory floor.
2) The L/R channels are inverted. Double-checked with my CDSOL-1418 copy (https://www.discogs.com/release/5698601-%E7%A6%8F%E5%B1%85%E8%89%AF%E3%83%88%E3%83%AA%E3%82%AA-Scenery) -- the drums on the digital version's "It Could Happen To You" come out of the right speaker, whereas on this WRJ001 release, the drums fire from the left speaker. Wondering if anybody else experiences thes.
- No complaints here. A classic, perfectly pressed. Dead quiet. Sounds like they're in the room. I'll be looking out for more from We Release Jazz, that's for sure.
- Edited 9 months agoIt seems that I was not lucky with the pressing I got. So much surface noise..after two very intense runs in the cleaning machine it‘s better, but still not what I would have expected reading all this super good reviews.
- This pressing is dead quiet, I didn’t notice any surface noise or popping on either side. The dynamics are wonderful. Fantastic release.