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In Reply to: RE: First Two Acoustic Sounds Tape Releases posted by Myles B. Astor on December 17, 2016 at 07:12:03
Another take on this.
I've been BIG into tape, and have been VERY fortunate to acquire a number of excellent dubs mainly through friends.
I haven't have the desire nor money to spend on the commercial releases.
There are two exceptions however: the Tape Project Arnold Overtures and the upcoming AS Reiner/Scheherazade release. The Arnold may be the best transcription I've ever heard - consider it a "piece of system test equipment". And to think that I can acquire a copy of the Rimsky-Korsakov that is only two generations removed from the 3-track master!! - I'm happy to BE ABLE to get it!!
BTW - to all you'se tapesters - Merry Christmas / Health and Happiness in the New Year.
Keep your heads clean and your tails out
It may be THE best orchestral recording I've ever heard. The music is pretty terrific too ...
"I haven't have the desire nor money to spend on the commercial releases."
If you don't need to rely on a record company exec to validate your choices in music, there are a lot of reely good releases available. Antonio Lysy at the Broad: Music From Argentina on Yarlung has become a reel favorite of mine.
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