Lyn Stanley - The Moonlight Sessions Volume Two - 180g 45rpm 2LP One-Step Supersonic

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Lyn Stanley - The Moonlight Sessions Volume Two - 180g 45rpm 2LP One-Step Supersonic
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Unique One-Step Supersonic Process  - 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl 

AAA 100% Analogue - Mastered By Bernie Grundman -  

2,000 Numbered -  Limited Edition - Pressed at RTI 

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

I could go on and on about how wonderful this album sounds, and it really is spectacular in so many ways—just listen to how the soundstage depths stretches back infinitely when the Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra steps in—but that seems to hint at the old J. Gordon Holt trope about the relationship between sonic purity and musical performance. There's so much talent behind this project. (Did I mention that it was mixed by Al Schmitt and mastered by Bernie Grundman?) It reminds me of a talented independent filmmaker who finally gets a huge budget from a major studio and knocks one out of the park. If I had to employ just one word to describe The Moonlight Sessions, Vol. 2, it would be class. Every aspect of this album just oozes class and shows what's still possible when you hire the finest talent and the most competent technicians and just stand out of their way.I could go the extra mile and listen to The Moonlight Sessions Vol. 2 on reel-to-reel, but that's selling for $700. My TEAC X-1000R laughs and says, "Man, you paid less for me!" But I have a feeling that I could run an exhibit room at a high-end audio show with just this one album and I'd have packed rooms all weekend. The sound quality is that good, the performances are that intriguing - Tone Audio

"Jazz singer Lyn Stanley, whose three albums are prized by audiophiles for their pristine sound, is determined to achieve an even higher level of resolution on her next project. Stanley plans to have a very limited number of vinyl copies of her upcoming “Moonlight Sessions” releases made using the “one-step process.” The manufacturing technique promises to put listeners closer to the sound heard in the studio... The singer is calling her version of one-step “SuperSonicVinyl.” Each album will be spread across two 180-gram, 45-rpm discs. “The sound quality is going to blow everyone away,” ." - John Stancavage, Part-Time Audiophile

Specially Autographed, Numbered Limited Edition 180g 45rpm Double LP

This one-step pressing process was used often during the early days of vinyl record manufacturing. But when mass vinyl production was needed, the manufacturers had to create more cost effective means to make vinyl copies.

To make a vinyl record, you need a "Negative Source" to imprint the vinyl grooves. The industry standard today is a THREE-step lacquer process designed to create the largest number of records from one lacquer (they are expensive to create). To do this three steps are required–from the lacquer (positive source) STEP ONE: make a "Father" (a negative source), STEP TWO: create a Mother from the Father (positive source) and then STEP THREE: create "Stampers" (negative source) from the "Mother." This way the "Father" does not get used very often and is the most preserved “negative source.”

However, the record you listen to is three steps removed from the original mastered lacquer and can grab hissing, or subtile glitches that affect the sound recording on your system. The ONE-Step method takes the “Father” from the original lacquer and that is what will create your vinyl record. Some “Fathers” only last for 100 pressings, others have gone to 1000. It depends on the processing and original lacquer quality. Once the Father is no longer able to make a great recording, it must be destroyed and no other albums can be created from that original lacquer.

Lyn Stanley's SupersonicVinyl™ is a superior quality vinyl record utilizing advanced recording techniques captured with analog mixed and mastered quality tape-recorded and mastered by award-winning engineers in state-of the art studios. Then they hire One-Step experienced 'audiophile quality' pressing plants to create what is believed to be "simply the best recordings' available today.


Musicians for Volumes 1 & 2 - Players are different based on songs in the project:
Lyn Stanley, all vocals
Mike Garson, piano
Tamir Hendelman, piano
Christian Jacob, piano
Chuck Berghofer, bass
Joe La Barbara, drums
Ray Brinker, drums
Bernie Dresel, drums
John Chiodini, guitar
Corky Hale, harp
Carol Robbins, harp
Hendrik Meurkens, harmonica
Luis Conte, percussion
Chuck Findley, trumpet
Rickey Woodard, tenor sax
Bob McChesney, trombone
The Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra string players from Budapest Hungary’s Studio 22

Selections: (Subject To Change)
1. Makin’ Whoopee
2. The Very Thought Of You
3. That Old Feeling
4. The Summer Knows
5. Over The Rainbow
6. How Deep Is The Ocean
7. Angel Eyes
8. At Seventeen
9. You’ve Changed
10. Smile
11. How Insensitive (Lyn Stanley with Christian Jacob)
12. Love Me Or Leave Me
13. Since I Fell For You
14. I’ll Be Seeing You

Lyn Stanley - The Moonlight Sessions Volume Two - 180g 45rpm 2LP One-Step Supersonic

RTI HQ-180 Vinyl

Record Technology is a world class record pressing plant located in Camarillo, California. We have been operating since 1974, pressing for most audiophile record labels and for many quality minded independent and major record labels from around the world.



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