Lyn Stanley - Interludes - 45rpm 180g 2LP

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Lyn Stanley - Interludes - 45rpm 180g 2LP
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A.T. Music - 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl - Pressed at QRP

AAA 100%  Analogue - Mastered By Bernie Grundman 

1000 Numbered Copies Limited Edition -

AAA 100% Analogue This  LP was Remastered using Pure Analogue Components Only, from the Master Tapes through to the Cutting Head

The Absolute Sound Super Disc List    TAS Harry Pearson Super LP List

Even the sound, isabsolutely stunning as it was on the first two albums Bernie Grundman mastered and cut lacquers at 45rpm. Pressing was at QRP. The album is also dedicated to Bernie, who Lyn calls “the father of audiophiles.” I knew something was up there, because so many of us look just like Bernie! Now I know why.It’s important to remember that these three costly Lyn Stanley projects, recorded and mixed to analog tape and featuring top musicians, arrangers and engineers and released in deluxe editions on vinyl, hybrid SACD and even one-to-one 15IPS tape copies were funded in full by Lyn Stanley, whose determination and perseverance should be an inspiration to all—regardless of what is your personal dream. Ms. Stanley is living hers and obviously enjoying it to the fullest. At least that’s what it sounds like on this breakthrough album that could find its way over the audiophile ghetto walls. Sound 11/10 Music 9/10 Michael Fremer Analogue Planet

I can honestly say I really enjoyed every number. I think Stanley succeeded at making an album that is more sophisticated and an album that I will listen to very often. By the way, the sound quality on this recording is even better than her first two; I wouldn’t have thought that was possible.Dagogo Review

This album was mixed from 24 track 2 inch ATR tape by Al Schmitt .

 All songs were mastered from ½” analog tape by Bernie Grundman.

(Recorded at United Recording Studio A, Hollywood, CA)
Piano: Bill Cunliffe
Bass:  Chuck Berghofer
Drums:  Ray Brinker
Guitar:  John Chiodini
Trombone: Bob McChesney (How Long Has This Been Going On?, Just One Of Those Things , More Than You Know )
Harmonica: Henrick Meurkens (Don’t Explain, In A Sentimental Mood,  Boulevard of Broken Dreams, It’s Crazy)
Percussion: Brad Dutz (Don’t Explain, How Long Has This Been Going On?, The Island, Boulevard of Broken Dreams, It’s Crazy-vibes,  Just One Of Those Things)
Cello:  Cecilia Tsan (In A Sentimental Mood, Boulevard of Broken Dreams, More Than You Know)
Musicians on 3, 6, 7, 11 (Recorded at Capitol Recording Studio A, Hollywood CA)
Bass:  Chuck Berghofer
Drums:  Paul Kreibich
Guitar: John Chiodini
Steve Rawlins: Finger snaps #5

Executive Producer:  A.T. Music LLC
Producer:  Lyn Stanley
Associate Producers:  Steve Rawlins, Steve Genewick, Paul Tavenner

John Chiodini – Whole Lotta Love, Co-Arranger: I’m A Fool To Want You
Bill Cunliffe – It’s Crazy, Just One Of Those Things, I Was A Little Too Lonely
Tamir Hendelman – Boulevard of Broken Dreams, More Than You Know, Co-Arranger: Don’t Explain
Steve Rawlins – How Long Has This Been Going On? In A Sentimental Mood, Last Tango In Paris, The Island, Nice ’n Easy, Co-arranger: Don’t Explain,
Co-Arranger:  Black Velvet
Lyn Stanley – Co-Arranger: Black Velvet, Co-Arranger: I’m A Fool To Want You 

Mixing Engineer:  Al Schmitt
United Recording Session Engineer:  Al Schmitt (10 tracks)
Capitol Recording Session Engineer:  Steve Genewick (4 tracks)
Mastering Engineer:  Bernie Grundman, Bernie Grundman Mastering
Vocal Recording Engineers:  Steve Genewick, Paul Tavenner, Spencer Guerra

Vocals Recorded with Neumann U47s (#4-Frank Sinatra’s microphone courtesy of Capitol Recording Studios) and LAFx.
Recording Studios for vocals:  Capitol Recording Studios A & B, Big City Recording Studio and LAFx.This album was mixed from 24 track 2 inch ATR tape by Al Schmitt (except for #14).  All songs were mastered from ½” analog tape by Bernie Grundman.

• Numbered, Limited Edition • Hologram Number On Back Cover
•• Mastered by Bernie Grundman
• Pressed at Quality Record Pressings

Lyn Stanley, vocals
Bill Cunliffe, piano
Chuck Berghofer, bass
Ray Brinker, drums
John Chiodini, guitar
Bob McChesney, trombone
Henrick Meurkens, harmonica
Brad Dutz, percussion
Cecilia Tsan, cello

Musicians on "Black Velvet," "Whole Lotta Love," "Last Tango In Paris" & "It's Crazy"
Piano: Mike Garson, piano
Bass: Chuck Berghofer, bass
Drums: Paul Kreibich, drums
Guitar: John Chiodini, guitar
Steve Rawlins, finger snaps

Side A:
1. How Long Has This Been Going On?
2. Just One Of Those Things
3. Whole Lotta Love
Side B:
4. More Than You Know
5. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
6. Nice 'n Easy
7. Black Velvet

LP 2
Side C:
8. In A Sentimental Mood
9. It’s Crazy
10. Don’t Explain
Side D:
11. Last Tango In Paris
12. The Island
13. I Was A Little Too Lonely
14. I’m A Fool To Want You

Lyn Stanley - Interludes - 45rpm 180g 2LP



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