Add to cart. Description Tracklist Reviews. Energy for starters. What could be more important than the life of the music? Then: presence and immediacy. The vocals aren't "back there" somewhere, lost in the mix. They're front and center where any recording engineer worth his salt would put them. The Big Sound comes next -- wall to wall, lots of depth, huge space, three-dimensionality, all that sort of thing.
Then transient information -- fast, clear, sharp attacks, not the smear and thickness so common to these LPs. Tight punchy bass -- which ties in with good transient information, also the issue of frequency extension further down.
Next: transparency -- the quality that allows you to hear deep into the soundfield, showing you the space and air around all the instruments. What to Listen For WTLF Copies with rich lower mids and nice extension up top to keep Nelson's string arrangements from becoming shrill did the best in our shootout, assuming they weren't veiled or smeary of course. It's Magic! At the Village Gate Hawkins! At the Village Gate! Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Articles with hAudio microformats Album articles lacking alt text for covers.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Back to top.Dec 01, · Rescued from the vaults: ‘Ella At Zardi's’ is the Verve Records' first live recording, and is being heard for the first time anywhere. The two sets from the evening, in front of a lively crowd, was captured February 2, , a few days before Ella began recording Verve’s first album, ‘Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Song Book.’/5(50).