Piltch & Davis + Friends – Take One (1996/2015) [DSF DSD64 + 24bit FLAC]

Piltch & Davis + Friends – Take One (1996/2015) DSD64 (.dsf) 1 bit/2,8 MHz | Time – 40:51 minutes | 1,61 GB FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 40:51 mins | 814 MB Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet | Genre: Jazz | Source: ProStudioMasters |  ©  2xHD This truly intimate and personal acoustic Jazz album from member of the Holly Cole Trio was recorded ‘off the floor’ on an analogue 1/2” tape recorder at 30 ips, non-Dolby, with no overdubs. It is a wonderful spontaneous fusion of spirit. Whether playing simply as a duo, with Davis on piano and Piltch on acoustic bass, or with the occasional guest on some tracks, their dedication to the ‘spirit of ensemble music’ is palpable. Bassist David Piltch and pianist Aaron Davis, veterans of Holly Cole’s trio, recorded their first album together in 1996 live off the floor with musical friends including David’s brother, the accomplished guitarist Rob Piltch and fellow Holly Cole band member Kevin Breit. Piltch and Davis composed most of these tunes, either individually or together; the album is rounded out with a Steve Earle cover, Kirsty MacColl’s Last Day of Summer and the traditional folk song Black Is the Colour (Of My True Love’s Hair). Tracklist: 01 – Arpeggio 02 – Dance from Down Under 03 – My Old Friend the Blues 04 – Horizontal Blue 05 – Arpeggio (Alternative take) 06 – Last Day of Summer 07 – Newsoundland 08 – Black Is the Colour (Of My True Love’s Hair) 09 – Taj Musicians: David Piltch – bass, drums, percussion Aaron Davis – piano, keyboards Robert Piltch – guitar Kevin Breit – guitar Produced & Arranged by Aaron Davis and David Piltch. Recorded and Mixed by Jeff Wolpert. 2xHD Mastering: René Laflamme. 2xHD Executive Producer: André Perry. DSD was done using dCS 905 and dCS Vivaldi clocks. DSD to FLAC is untouched convertion with foobar2000. For the 2xHD transfer of this recording, the original ½”, 30 ips NAB master tape was played on a modified TELEFUNKEN M-15 tape recorder with SAKI head, using a hi-end tube preamplifier with OCC silver cables. We did an analog transfer for each HiRes sampling and A & B comparisons were made with both the original LP, using the Kronos turntable, as well as with the best available CD using the Nagra HD Dac and dCS Vivaldi DAC throughout the process. DSF DSD64 PiltchDavisFriendsTake0ne19962015Pr0Studi0MastersDSD64.part1.rar PiltchDavisFriendsTake0ne19962015Pr0Studi0MastersDSD64.part2.rar 24bit FLAC PiltchDavisFriendsTake0ne19962015FLAC2496.rar

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