Pink Floyd (3/Cd) Definitive Seattle 1975

Pink Floyd (3/Cd) Definitive Seattle 1975
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Pink Floyd (3/Cd) Definitive Seattle 1975
Pink Floyd / Definitive Seattle 1975 / 3CD / Sigma Live at Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA, USA 10th April 1975

An upgrade master appears in the super-famous recording that was touted as one of the best in “Wish You Were Here Tour”.

[Omoto Lille, a famous recording artist called “Seattle’s Mirrored”] The super-name recording was recorded in the second performance “April 10, 1975 Seattle performance” immediately after the start of “Wish You Were Here Tour”. It is the transcendental audience recording. I think that many people will come to us by date and performance location, but this work is an upgrade version of that masterpiece “SEATTLE MASTER REELS”. If you are familiar with “SEATTLE MASTER REELS”, you may be wondering “How do you upgrade?” Of course, there is a reason for that, but even for those who do not know “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” before that, we will start from the beginning. “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” was just a sample of “brand name”. The recording itself was so famous that it was familiar to the Highland label, but “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” appeared in 2010 as the ultimate version with noise. Not only was it announced by the prestigious “JEMS”, but it was also recorded by “JEMS” itself (strictly speaking, Mr. Stan Gutsky, one of the founding staff). It was a live album that was digitized by the person who recorded it from the original master reel owned by him. Moreover, Mr. Stan was also a historical master recorder. After all, he was a friend and rival of the legendary virtuoso Mike Millard. The two are active in the same trading community and were aware of each other’s work even before they met in person. By developing high-end equipment (if Millard is “Nakamichi 550”, Stan is “Tandberg Model 11”) and recording techniques, he taught the people around him the secrets and developed the culture of audience recording. It is said that Stan was sometimes called “Seattle’s Mirrored” among his colleagues, but on the contrary, it is said that Mirrored was “Southern California’s Stan”. And “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” proved by sound that the anecdote was not perfect. It was a legendary live album. [Upgrade because of the modern age with a high awareness of analog sound sources] Originally, the high wall of “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” that should not be overcome. It is this work that has exceeded that. The new master was announced in memory of Mr. Stan, who died in 2019, but why did the dream story come true? The point is to upgrade the equipment and environment. Actually, “Tandberg Model 11” was used in the digitization of “SEATTLE MASTER REELS”. It was played back on the actual deck used for recording at the site more than 45 years ago, and the analog data was converted to digital. On the other hand, Otari’s famous machine “MX-5050” was adopted in this work. A new full-track monaural head stack is also used. Of course, it’s not just about playback. In 2010, when “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” appeared, and now, the consciousness of lo-fi analog sound sources has changed completely, and the equipment and applications for digitization have evolved dramatically. The prestigious “JEMS” is trying to renew such a digital environment, and this work was announced as the first step. In other words, it can be said that it is the unveiling board of “New JEMS”. It became a question for anyone other than audiophiles, but there is no need for reason for the flowing sound. It’s clear that he’s a new master from a few seconds long, but that’s just proof. The essential sound is clearly an upgrade. It’s so different that I’m wondering where to start, but first of all there is less noise. The feeling of hiss has disappeared, and the outline of the playing sound, the depth of silence, and the transparency of the air feeling have been significantly improved. Is it the feeling of separation of the drums that is particularly easy to understand? There are undulations and three-dimensionality from the rise of one note to the mute, and because the silent part is deep, each hit is independent without being mixed. Also, if you want to feel the accuracy of playback, is it “Shine On You Crazy Diamond Part 6-9”? In “SEATTLE MASTER REELS”, there was a sense of noise in the performance. It’s not particularly big, it’s about “the sound of the on-site PA”, but in this work there is almost no such feeling of dust. Of course, it is not impossible to create such an effect by digital mastering, but this work is extremely natural because it is realized by “accuracy of raising”. If you compare it visually, it’s not “a high school girl who has become a big eye with a selfie app”, but really “a pretty girl with crisp eyes”. It is such a natural beauty. Mr. Stan Gutsky, who was called “Mike Millard in Seattle” and was a founding member of the prestigious “JEMS”. It is a cultural heritage album that permanently preserves all the sounds that were blown into the late master Omoto Master Lille with modern technology. This work itself is the most influential musical masterpiece of the “Wish You Were Here Tour” highest peak race, such as Millard’s “LOS ANGELES 1975 4TH NIGHT (Sigma 148)” and Dan Lampinsky & Steve Hopkins’ ” If you listen to it side by side with “RAVE MASTER MATRIX: BOSTON 1975 (Sigma 79)” etc., you can enjoy the evolution of the tour and the individuality of the famous masters. Furthermore, expectations for the future “new JEMS” will grow … A new masterpiece that will excite you no matter how you listen to it. Please enjoy it with the permanent storage press 3CD.

★ Recording of a superb audience of “April 10, 1975 Seattle performance”. Digitized directly from the original reel of the late Mr. Stan Gutsky, who is also called the “Mirrored of Seattle” and is a founding member of the prestigious “JEMS”. With a transfer environment that has evolved beyond comparison with “SEATTLE MASTER REELS” 10 years ago, details and transparency have been dramatically upgraded. It is a new masterpiece that is also the beginning of “New JEMS”.

★ The sound of this edition is overwhelmingly better than that of the ready-made one. It is obvious if you compare the feeling of separation of the drums. There is almost no tingling noise (Shine On You Crazy Diamond Part 6-9, etc.) that has already occurred in this edition.

(Remaster memo) ★ It is a process that only raises the overall sound pressure a little.