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Give me a rest from dissecting records. Some recordings work better in mono, others work better in stereo, irrespective of your general preference.
Most if not everything recorded after we can argue about the exact year was recorded for and released in stereo and that is how it was intended, and should remain so.
The difficult bit is in the middle, where it is available in both formats in between those years. You have a choice, mono or stereo, but how to decide? You hear this a lot from Beatles fans. If you want the authentic retro experience it has to be vinyl.
Good vs bad Stereo: Beforemono is my preferred choice. We know they used three track recorders, sending part through a reverb chamber, to generate that sense of air and space.
Heaven only knows what the engineers intentions were. Mono was intended for radio play, then soon phased out altogether. If you sum the channels with a mono-switch to restore a mono image, the two halves are not symmetrical and you just end up with earache.
Artistic reasons for preference Irrespective of the merits of mono and stereo format in general, there are some recordings where the format is successful in only one or the other, for artistic reasons.
I have picked up a few of those, never satisfying. You wonder whose album it is, Monk or Rouse? Coltrane Love Supreme — must be mono! Final Thought Most compelling argument for a Stereo edition? The Cover, of course. Mono or stereo, sir?
What things work for you and why? This is a safe space, trust me. Just not very safe.These influences, combined with a unique interplay with the drums and the steady vamping of the piano and bass, made the Coltrane quartet one of the most noteworthy jazz groups of the s.
Coltrane’s wife, Alice (also a jazz musician and composer), played . Soultrane is the fourth album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released in on Prestige Records, catalogue It was recorded at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey. The album is a showcase for Coltrane's lates "sheets of sound" style, the term itself coined by critic Ira Gitler in the album's liner notes.
For Miles Davis enthusiasts this is a significant point in his eponymous groupings over the years.
The last minute inclusion of Sam Rivers actually changed the direction of the Davis sound for several years. The following work, by relating musical constructs with cross-cultural concepts, proposes essential parallels between John Coltrane's enigmatic diagram of (see Lateef , inside cover) and several ancient cyclic music theories of China.
John Coltrane is undoubtedly a jazz icon of the highest order. Whether or not his leviathan stature as an improviser casts a shadow on his relevance to a world beyond art music is a moot point though.
John Coltrane This phrase, from the liner notes of "My Favorite Things" clearly defines Coltrane's life and his search for the incorporation of It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.