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Bill Evans Trio*Sunday At The Village Vanguard

Label:WaxTime – 771729
Series:Jazz Classics (4)
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue, Remastered, Limited Edition, 180 Gram
Country:Spain
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Genre:Jazz
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Tracklist

A1Gloria's Step
Written-ByScott LaFaro
6:07
A2My Man's Gone Now6:24
A3Solar
Written-ByMiles Davis
8:54
B1Alice In Wonderland
Written-ByBob Hilliard, Sammy Fain
8:34
B2All Of You
Written-ByCole Porter
8:17
B3Jade Visions
Written-ByScott LaFaro
3:46
B4Jade Visions [Alt Take]
Written-ByScott LaFaro
4:11
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Notes

180 gram vinyl.
DMM Direct Metal Mastering - Original George Neumann Cutting System
Track B4 from the same session, but not included on the original LP.

Live at the Village Vanguard, New York, June 25, 1961.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8436028699919
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 1): 771729 96753E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 1): 771729 96753E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 2): 771729 96753E1/E
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 2): 771729 96753E2/D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 3): 771729 96753E1/I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 3): 771729 96753E2/I

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Sunday At The Village Vanguard (LP, Album, Mono)Riverside RecordsRLP 376US1961
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Sunday At The Village Vanguard (LP, Album, Stereo)Riverside RecordsRLP 9376US1961
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Sunday At The Village Vanguard (LP, Album, Stereo)Riverside RecordsRLP 9376US1961
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  • Thelonious_Skunk's avatar
    I have plenty of WaxTime vinyl and for the price, these are hard to beat. The vinyl is dead flat, clean, and sounds great! Sure, it's not a MoFI or AP level of dynamics, but for $15-$20 list price, it's truly worth it. And unlike many major labels, WaxTime has always provided a poly sleeve and I've never really had any issues with the condition of the vinyl when it arrives.

    For what this is—a great sounding pressing with good dynamics and soundstage at a very low price—this release is well worth it!
    • RATIOImage's avatar
      RATIOImage
      Not sure what all the negative fuss is about for a great sounding, heavy, flat, respectably quiet pressing. I agree it almost has a processed sound to it. But certainly not bad at all. Still maintains a decent soundstage and has decent dynamics. Killer for price.
      • Mlnski's avatar
        Mlnski
        Sounds incredibly flat. Bought four records yesterday and learned about the Waxtime questionable business model the hard way. Don't buy these! Really hurts the music and should be illegal!
        • Biggspeed's avatar
          Biggspeed
          Overall great sounding pressing but mine came with a bad scratch/skip on the last song on side B.
          • Technocentral's avatar
            Technocentral
            Edited one year ago
            Anyone know the source? This is a really good sounding re issue, quiet and dynamic, couldn't afford a original or expensive ré release but v happy with this one, listening on a modded Thorens 160 with At vmn95ml stylus, IFI Zen phono, Arcam Alpha 8 and Dali Oberon 5 speakers.
            • mikeSF_'s avatar
              mikeSF_
              Edited 4 months ago
              Despite the name WaxTime on the sleeve, this is a very good specimen. For $22 or whatever I paid, I am pleased. Stereo separation is great, the 180g vinyl is sturdy and dead silent. A fair trade off for a mint copy that is affordable.

              Nothing needs to be said about the Bill Evans Trio performance, as that is truly the pinnacle of jazz ensemble. You want this record in your collection.
              • goonie4lyfe's avatar
                goonie4lyfe
                Highest quality record I own. This pressing is beautiful in sound quality so much so I notice a discernible difference with the other records I own.
                • tippetiwitchet's avatar
                  Edited 2 years ago
                  I was recently able to replace this 2012 Waxtime pressing with a 2008 OJC/Riverside one. Public domain re-issues such as Waxtime are always a hit or miss affair, in this case a clear miss when compared with the greater presence and detail obtained from the 2008 OJC/Riverside pressing. The difference is most noticeable in the detail and tone of LaFaro's bass and Motian's drums and in the level if surface noise, greater on the Waxtime. If you can track down a mint OJC/Riverside pressing, well worth the relatively small amount extra.
                  • SpacemanBiff's avatar
                    SpacemanBiff
                    Disappointed with my copy. Brand new... never been near my turntable but it has a scratch in Side B track 2. Returning it to the retailer for an exchange. Hopefully, it's not endemic to the whole series of pressings.
                    • michael.vultoo's avatar
                      Nothing to add here. Only that it will sound great and it will provide you with the best sounds at that exact moment!

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