Domi & JD BeckNot Tight

Label:Blue Note – B003590801, Apeshit, Inc. – B003590801
Vinyl, LP, Album, 180g
Genre:Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style:Fusion, Soul


A1Louna's Intro1:01
A5Not Tight
A6Two Shrimps
FeaturingMac DeMarco
A7U Don't Have To Rob Me2:41
FeaturingHerbie Hancock
B2Take A Chance
FeaturingAnderson .Paak
B3Space Mountain2:27
FeaturingKurt Rosenwinkel
B7Thank U0:45

Companies, etc.



Blue Note Records; ℗ © 2022 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Apeshit, Inc.
Comes with a printed insert, a hype sticker and another sticker "Made in Germany"

Thank you to all these humans who have been here for us
and helped us make this record possible (in alphabetic order):

Ann & Perry Beck
Mike Bozzi
Tehillah De Castro
Jérôme & Lucie & Noé Degalle
Mac Demarco
Snoop Dogg
Cleon Edwards
Mckay Felt
Pierre-Alain Goualch
Herbie Hancock
Jhair Lazo
Krystal Miles
Anderson .Paak
Dante Pasquinelli
Busta Rhymes
Kurt Rosenwinkel

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02445 90837 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602445908370
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 00602445908370-A -58622- BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 00602445908370-B -58622- BG
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: SOCAN

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Not Tight (15×File, AAC, Album, 256 kbps)APESHIT, INC., Blue Notenone2022
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Not Tight (15×File, FLAC, Album, 24bit - 44.1 kHz Hi-Res Audio)Blue Note Records, APESHIT, INC.none2022
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Not Tight (CD, Album)Blue Note, Apeshit, Inc.B003590702US2022
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Not Tight (CD, Album)Blue Note, APESHIT, INC.00602445908363, noneEurope2022
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Not Tight (Cassette, Album, Green)Blue Note, Apeshit, Inc.B003643504US2022



  • Nick8712's avatar
    Edited one month ago
    Really disappointing. The pressing was very noisy after multiple ultrasonic deep-cleans and static discharges. Very surprising pressing issues coming from a plant as good as Pallas. However, the treble is too defined and as another review mentioned, it's dynamic, but not very dynamic.
    • circularlogic's avatar
      Divisive reviews here! I got one of the good ones - dynamic, open, and quite quiet. I can vouch for the quality of the cut, but would guess that there may have been manufacturing/QC issues (maybe putting the vinyl in a sleeve while it was still hot, which can lead to the surface noise issues people are describing here).
      • marc3000's avatar
        Awesome music but crappy pressing. It sounds good but is crazy warped.
        • werk91's avatar
          This is fantastic! Music content aside I had forgotten how good modern music can sound in terms of mastering. The sound is so organic and present, with proper dynamic range. Bernie Grundman delivers yet again. Pressing is dead quiet also but no surprises there as it was done at Pallas. If you have any issues with surface noise then you either don't clean your records or you got a faulty one :)

          6/5 stars
          • UVE's avatar
            I love music, but this pressing is terrible. Background noise is annoying. In the quieter passages it is clearly heard along with the music. And it's absolutely evident in the spaces between the songs. It has nothing to do with mastering. It is clearly a problem with the vinyl itself or with the lacquering. I have thousands of vinyl records, many of them secondhand, so I'm used to background noise. But this is inadmissible. A real shame.
            • MOS2000's avatar
              Another impression on sound here....
              Yes, it sounds a little "muffled" here and there - but that sure is production skill - if you want to call it this way.
              Listen to some Thundercat tracks - they often do have this strange "well, ist it already low fi?" feeling. It is obvious that some production techniques to achieve this are in use here too.

              Generally i would say it sounds very good on my system - if there is open end demanded the record delivers it. My copy is absolute clean and flat, no complaints here - and this is something I can reproduce quite often wiith Pallas pressings.

              So the ground line is : can u dig this as it is or it is not to your taste. To be honest - it is not quite my cup tea musically - sure has its moments but too often there is this free jazz "chaotic instrument wanking" which follows strict rules - of course - but is something that is a downturn for my musical taste.

              I quite like the artwork/design and the fact that Blue Note is involved here. Will stay in the collection but may be not played as often as needed. Maybe over time it grows to be more relevant to me.
              • movceo's avatar
                I'm surprised to see many negative reviews - not only does this record sound great, there is not a single click or pop on the copy I purchased.
                • beat.marshall's avatar
                  My pressing sounds like absolute crap. I am not fussy normally in this regard but it's very noticeable here. Noise all over it
                  • harryzzzzzzz's avatar
                    Very quiet, minimal noise even on first listen. The mixing is fine, it sounds pretty much the same as the digital version. Overall it's very good.
                    • bandnerd's avatar
                      I am listening to this right now and so much happier listening to this on vinyl than streaming. Mine sounds much more open and way less compressed. Really happy with this one.


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