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Location: tokyo. The 6 eye original stereo with deep groove. Christian Hill likes this. Before one can truly answer this question, one first needs to choose which mix they prefer: stereo mono stereo I am not including the stereo mix used only on the Mastersound CD since the OP is only interested in vinyl.
I own both a 6-eye stereo original and the Grundman-mastered Classic 33 with Mark Wilder's all-analog stereo remix. Of the two, I prefer the Classic. The Classic is more detailed than the 6-eye and side one is speed-corrected. The Legacy remixed version is remarkably clear and detailed. Supposedly Mark Wilder did a flat mix, with no EQ, reverb, compression, etc.
Sometimes Miles' trumpet is a bit piercing or shrill, but apparently this is how it was captured on tape. I also have the Japan-for-USA Sony CD, which presumably was transferred from a dub of the original stereo master, with the incorrect speed on the side one tracks. It sounds very similar to the 6-eye vinyl; warm and tubey, with the highs slightly rolled off.
The and CDs sound completely different, yet both sound terrific to me. Back to vinyl It's worth noting that I went through several copies of the Classic LP before finding one that was free from surface noise and scratches. Tom Campbell , Apr 19, Location: Lowell, MA. It is a 6-eye reproduction. All that said, it sound great, but I tend to play the needledrop I have of the mono 6-eye the most. I have of the mono 6-eye as well and like it more than the classic.
Have not heard the Kevin Gray LP cutting. Gary Freed , Apr 20, Anyone else hear it. Location: Sydney, Australia. D Schnozzman , Apr 26, Does anyone really need another version of Kind Of Blue? No, no, no. Create Account Learn More.
Almost Done! Not a TCM. To resend the verification email, please enter your email address and click Submit. Check your inbox His greatest triumph, however, would begin with a story that he wasn't interested in. As Robinson explained in a interview, "A good friend of mine had given the book and I said, 'Great, what's it about? I don't want to read it. Kinsella; the film became Field of Dreams , the story of a man who builds a baseball diamond in the middle of nowhere to attract the ghosts of a dead baseball player was an unexpected but amazingly successful smash.
Robinson had been interested in the project almost immediately after the book's publication in , but it would be a long road before the film's release. Fox eventually passed on the project, and Universal picked it up. Robinson had envisioned Kevin Costner for the lead role, but never thought that the actor would consider the part.
Costner was flying high during this time period, beginning with The Untouchables , followed by No Way Out both , and, finally, Bull Durham Part player, part preacher, part speaker of truths, House made listeners feel his songs in the very core of their being.
His are tales of intense emotional expression, of living, loss, love, and life in general. His work is personal, and not something that is casually encountered. That is an argument that could be carried on endlessly without resolution.
Here for the first time ever we have all the incredible Library of Congress field recordings gathered together in one collection. Alan Lomax arrived in Stoval, Mississippi to record a number of country musicians for the Library of Congress in , and he returned again in The Historic Library of Congress Field Recordings contains 22 tracks with a running time of just this side of 62 minutes.
The remastered release features markedly improved sound quality and fidelity. Salinger was the author sought out by the main character in the original novel. The restored relationship between protagonist Kinsella and his father is notable for making male viewers cry. Psychiatrist Dr. Sports is the archetypal bond between men and their fathers, and for most men the most primitive, important relationship in their lives is with their dads.
The baseball field built for the film has become an attraction with the same name. At the movie's beginning, Ray is out in his cornfields at dusk, trying his best to be a farmer. In the corn , he hears a strange voice say, "If you build it, he will come. All the other farmers think Ray is possibly losing his sanity. One day, Ray hears the voice again, but this time sees a vision.
He sees a baseball field instead of his cornfield and sees "Shoeless" Joe Jackson Ray Liotta standing in the field. Ray tells Annie that the message means he must uproot most of his lucrative crop field to put in a baseball diamond so Jackson will come back from the dead and be able to play again, after being suspended from baseball in the s. Annie is skeptical but tells him to follow the vision, after Ray convinces her that his father never did one spontaneous thing in his life.
As he begins to uproot his crops, Ray tells his daughter, Karin, that Jackson was one of the eight infamous "Black Sox" members from the Chicago White Sox team who threw the World Series.
Other farmers and residents watch in shock as Ray uproots his crop. After months of work, the field is built A whole year passes, shown by the director by the changing of seasons, and the bills begin to pile up as less crop to sell means much less money for the Kinsella family.DAISY DEE Vinyl Records and CDs: Dutch singer born on September 4, Married to Toni Cottura. Sister of June / G.J.O.R. Rollocks AKA Pappa Bear. Famous for presenting the German TV-show "Club Rotation" on VIVA for many years. Daisy Dee Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results.