Johnny Hartman Once In Every Life 200g LP
Johnny Hartman Once In Every Life 200g LP
Genre: Jazz
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Johnny Hartman Once In Every Life 200g LP

Johnny Hartman

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APLP105
UPC:
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Michael Fremer's 100 Recommended All-Analog LP Reissues Worth Owning - Rated 41/100!

TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

200g Audiophile Vinyl Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio from the Original Analog Master Tape!


This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Rare Bee Hive Jazz Label reissue! One of Johnny Hartman's most celebrated works is finally available on audiophile vinyl! His Best Sounding Album!

Founded in 1977, the short-lived independent label Bee Hive Records featured jazz musicians Pepper Adams, Curtis Fuller, Clifford Jordan, Nick Brignola, and Johnny Hartman amongst others. In the short time of its existence, the label released just 16 albums, all of which are rare and very hard to find. Bee Hive Records' greatest claim to fame was a Grammy nomination for Johnny Hartman's album Once in Every Life. Songs from the album were featured in the Clint Eastwood 1995 film The Bridges of Madison County.

Analogue Productions uses the original tapes and works with only the best mastering studios. Albums are plated and pressed at the world's best pressing plant on virgin vinyl with unmatched quality, as AP uses meticulous test pressing evaluation and quality control. Analogue uses the highest-quality jackets and rice paper inner sleeves and issues Limited Edition albums, meaning less than 1,000 records per stamper, released in limited quantities.

"Johnny Hartman's next-to-last album (he made a record for Audiophile 12 days later) finds the 57-year-old singer still in prime form. His rich baritone voice is joined by a sextet also including Frank Wess (on tenor and flute), trumpeter Joe Wilder and pianist Billy Taylor. The ballads range from slow to a brighter medium-tempo pace, and Hartman (particularly on such tunes as "Easy Living," "Wave" and "I Could Write a Book") shows that he still had it this late in his career..." - Scott Yanow, allmusic.com

"Credit the film and album The Bridges of Madison County with causing a great deal of excitement about crooner Johnny Hartman, a vocalist with a silky voice that almost defies description. Hartman has seen many of his albums reissued, with rapidly rising sales, since the release of the film. This collection marks the debut of Clint Eastwood's Malpaso Records label, which Eastwood intends to focus on jazz, and it's certainly a good start, featuring songs from Hartman..." - Steven McDonald, allmusic.com

"This recording is ageless, and is a top recommendation from me!" - David Nemzer, Positive Feedback Online, November 2016

"No doubt this was a pasted together session less organic than when a group that for years has toured and backed a singer, but the results surpass that of a typical "in and out" session, made more poignant in retrospect because it was Hartman's final recorded performance.

"Side' two's "For All We Know", one of the tracks Eastwood used in "The Bridges of Madison County" alone is worth the price of the album but fortunately the rest of it is equally strong as Hartman was still in fine voice.

"The studio-style recording is sensational. By "studio style" I mean it sounds as if the instruments are physically isolated and track-assigned and Gaskin's stand up bass sounds as if it's got a pick-up attached plugged directly in the board. You lose a bit of spatial context but the bottom end is otherwise spectacular."
- Michael Fremer, Analog Planet

Features:
• 200g Audiophile Vinyl
• Mastered from original analog tapes
• Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Musicians:
Johnny Hartman, vocals
Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute
Joe Wilder, trumpet, flugelhorn
Al Gafa, guitar
Billy Taylor, piano
Victor Gaskin, bass
Keith Copeland, drums

Selections:
Side 1:

1. Easy Living
2. It Was Almost Like A Song
3. Wave
4. By Myself
Side 2:
5. For All We Know
6. Will You Still Be Mine
7. Nobody Home
8. I Could Write A Book
9. I See Your Face Before Me
Description
Michael Fremer's 100 Recommended All-Analog LP Reissues Worth Owning - Rated 41/100!

TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

200g Audiophile Vinyl Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio from the Original Analog Master Tape!


This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Rare Bee Hive Jazz Label reissue! One of Johnny Hartman's most celebrated works is finally available on audiophile vinyl! His Best Sounding Album!

Founded in 1977, the short-lived independent label Bee Hive Records featured jazz musicians Pepper Adams, Curtis Fuller, Clifford Jordan, Nick Brignola, and Johnny Hartman amongst others. In the short time of its existence, the label released just 16 albums, all of which are rare and very hard to find. Bee Hive Records' greatest claim to fame was a Grammy nomination for Johnny Hartman's album Once in Every Life. Songs from the album were featured in the Clint Eastwood 1995 film The Bridges of Madison County.

Analogue Productions uses the original tapes and works with only the best mastering studios. Albums are plated and pressed at the world's best pressing plant on virgin vinyl with unmatched quality, as AP uses meticulous test pressing evaluation and quality control. Analogue uses the highest-quality jackets and rice paper inner sleeves and issues Limited Edition albums, meaning less than 1,000 records per stamper, released in limited quantities.

"Johnny Hartman's next-to-last album (he made a record for Audiophile 12 days later) finds the 57-year-old singer still in prime form. His rich baritone voice is joined by a sextet also including Frank Wess (on tenor and flute), trumpeter Joe Wilder and pianist Billy Taylor. The ballads range from slow to a brighter medium-tempo pace, and Hartman (particularly on such tunes as "Easy Living," "Wave" and "I Could Write a Book") shows that he still had it this late in his career..." - Scott Yanow, allmusic.com

"Credit the film and album The Bridges of Madison County with causing a great deal of excitement about crooner Johnny Hartman, a vocalist with a silky voice that almost defies description. Hartman has seen many of his albums reissued, with rapidly rising sales, since the release of the film. This collection marks the debut of Clint Eastwood's Malpaso Records label, which Eastwood intends to focus on jazz, and it's certainly a good start, featuring songs from Hartman..." - Steven McDonald, allmusic.com

"This recording is ageless, and is a top recommendation from me!" - David Nemzer, Positive Feedback Online, November 2016

"No doubt this was a pasted together session less organic than when a group that for years has toured and backed a singer, but the results surpass that of a typical "in and out" session, made more poignant in retrospect because it was Hartman's final recorded performance.

"Side' two's "For All We Know", one of the tracks Eastwood used in "The Bridges of Madison County" alone is worth the price of the album but fortunately the rest of it is equally strong as Hartman was still in fine voice.

"The studio-style recording is sensational. By "studio style" I mean it sounds as if the instruments are physically isolated and track-assigned and Gaskin's stand up bass sounds as if it's got a pick-up attached plugged directly in the board. You lose a bit of spatial context but the bottom end is otherwise spectacular."
- Michael Fremer, Analog Planet

Features:
• 200g Audiophile Vinyl
• Mastered from original analog tapes
• Plated & Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Musicians:
Johnny Hartman, vocals
Frank Wess, tenor sax, flute
Joe Wilder, trumpet, flugelhorn
Al Gafa, guitar
Billy Taylor, piano
Victor Gaskin, bass
Keith Copeland, drums

Selections:
Side 1:

1. Easy Living
2. It Was Almost Like A Song
3. Wave
4. By Myself
Side 2:
5. For All We Know
6. Will You Still Be Mine
7. Nobody Home
8. I Could Write A Book
9. I See Your Face Before Me
Genre
Jazz
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Johnny Hartman
Title
Once In Every Life
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
200G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
11-02-2016
Availability
Backordered
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Release Date
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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