Nat King Cole Where Did Everyone Go? 180g 45rpm 2LP
Nat King Cole Where Did Everyone Go? 180g 45rpm 2LP
Genre: Jazz
Format: 45RPM,
Size: 12"

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Nat King Cole Where Did Everyone Go? 180g 45rpm 2LP

Nat King Cole

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SKU:
APLP1859-45
UPC:
APLP1859-45
This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the January 2011 Issue of Stereophile!

Mastered from the Original 3-Track Analog Masters by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray at Acoustech!

Click Here to read Michael Fremer's essay on the Nat King Cole Mastering efforts!

Included with this deluxe reissue is a striking six-panel booklet complete with rare photos, a 3,200-word essay by Chris Hall on the album and a 1,200-word essay by Michael Fremer about the remastering process. This truly is a no-expenses-spared project, resulting in the ultimate version of this title.

In what some consider his last great album prior to his tragic passing, Nat "King" Cole approached the dramatic dark side of love in the spirit of Sinatra's saloon songs to timeless, haunting effect with the album Where Did Everyone Go? The distinctive orchestrations of Gordon Jenkins for strings accompany the intimately expressive and supremely musical voice of the incomparable Nat "King" Cole in such classic songs as "Someone To Tell It To," "I Keep Going Back To Joe's," "Spring Is Here," "The End Of A Love Affair" and other reflections of one who had and now has not. Nat "King" Cole and arranger Gordon Jenkins followed their hit albums Love Is The Thing and The Very Thought Of You with this striking shift toward the dramatic. The result again stands among its era's finest, most stylistically defining recordings of popular music and still retains its grand sense of tragedy and beauty.

Using the original first generation 3-track session tapes from Capitol's vaults and all-analogue systems including custom headstacks, 3-track preview heads, console and monitoring chain installed at AcousTech specially for these releases, mastering engineers Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman realize the stunning beauty of these recordings. Two bonus tracks recorded for the album, "A Farewell to Arms" and "Happy New Year," are included in this double 45-RPM 180-gram album set for their first release in original production quality. Included with this deluxe reissue is a striking six-panel booklet complete with rare photos, a 3,200-word essay by Chris Hall on the album and a 1,200-word essay by Michael Fremer about the remastering process. This truly is a no-expenses-spared project, resulting in the ultimate version of this title and a historic reissue.

Originally released in 1963.

"[P]erfect sound quality, breathtaking arrangements, tasteful material and that voice. Aaah! That voice! It delivered so much, and was so inimitable that Cole could use it to make any song his own... Cole creates the necessary mood with such completeness that you feel an ache in nearly every note." - Ken Kessler, Hi-Fi News, Sound Quality Rating: 95%

Features:
• 180g 45rpm Double Vinyl
• Mastered by Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman at Acoustech
• Includes six-panel booklet with rare photos and essays by Chris Hall and Michael Fremer

Selections:
1. Where Did Everyone Go?
2. Say It Isn't So
3. If Love Ain't There
4. (Ah, The Apple Trees) When The World Was Young
5. Am I Blue?
6. Someone To Tell It To
7. The End Of A Love Affair
8. I Keep Goin' Back To Joe's
9. Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)
10. No, I Don't Want Her
11. Spring Is Here
12. That's All There Is
Bonus Tracks:
13. Farewell To Arms
14. Happy New Year
Description
This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the January 2011 Issue of Stereophile!

Mastered from the Original 3-Track Analog Masters by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray at Acoustech!

Click Here to read Michael Fremer's essay on the Nat King Cole Mastering efforts!

Included with this deluxe reissue is a striking six-panel booklet complete with rare photos, a 3,200-word essay by Chris Hall on the album and a 1,200-word essay by Michael Fremer about the remastering process. This truly is a no-expenses-spared project, resulting in the ultimate version of this title.

In what some consider his last great album prior to his tragic passing, Nat "King" Cole approached the dramatic dark side of love in the spirit of Sinatra's saloon songs to timeless, haunting effect with the album Where Did Everyone Go? The distinctive orchestrations of Gordon Jenkins for strings accompany the intimately expressive and supremely musical voice of the incomparable Nat "King" Cole in such classic songs as "Someone To Tell It To," "I Keep Going Back To Joe's," "Spring Is Here," "The End Of A Love Affair" and other reflections of one who had and now has not. Nat "King" Cole and arranger Gordon Jenkins followed their hit albums Love Is The Thing and The Very Thought Of You with this striking shift toward the dramatic. The result again stands among its era's finest, most stylistically defining recordings of popular music and still retains its grand sense of tragedy and beauty.

Using the original first generation 3-track session tapes from Capitol's vaults and all-analogue systems including custom headstacks, 3-track preview heads, console and monitoring chain installed at AcousTech specially for these releases, mastering engineers Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman realize the stunning beauty of these recordings. Two bonus tracks recorded for the album, "A Farewell to Arms" and "Happy New Year," are included in this double 45-RPM 180-gram album set for their first release in original production quality. Included with this deluxe reissue is a striking six-panel booklet complete with rare photos, a 3,200-word essay by Chris Hall on the album and a 1,200-word essay by Michael Fremer about the remastering process. This truly is a no-expenses-spared project, resulting in the ultimate version of this title and a historic reissue.

Originally released in 1963.

"[P]erfect sound quality, breathtaking arrangements, tasteful material and that voice. Aaah! That voice! It delivered so much, and was so inimitable that Cole could use it to make any song his own... Cole creates the necessary mood with such completeness that you feel an ache in nearly every note." - Ken Kessler, Hi-Fi News, Sound Quality Rating: 95%

Features:
• 180g 45rpm Double Vinyl
• Mastered by Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman at Acoustech
• Includes six-panel booklet with rare photos and essays by Chris Hall and Michael Fremer

Selections:
1. Where Did Everyone Go?
2. Say It Isn't So
3. If Love Ain't There
4. (Ah, The Apple Trees) When The World Was Young
5. Am I Blue?
6. Someone To Tell It To
7. The End Of A Love Affair
8. I Keep Goin' Back To Joe's
9. Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)
10. No, I Don't Want Her
11. Spring Is Here
12. That's All There Is
Bonus Tracks:
13. Farewell To Arms
14. Happy New Year
ISBN
AAPP 1859-45
Genre
Jazz
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
1.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Nat King Cole
Title
Where Did Everyone Go?
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
45RPM
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
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
Creation Date
Release Date
06-08-2010
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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