Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)
Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)

Cassandra Wilson – Blue Light 'Til Dawn (2LP)

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Cassandra Wilson – vocals [click here to see more vinyl featuring Cassandra Wilson]

Steel String Guitar – Brandon Ross (A1, B2, C4)

Guitar [Octave] – Brandon Ross (A2, B1)

Classical Guitar  – Brandon Ross (B1)

Pedal Steel Guitar – Gib Wharton (C2-3, D1)

Resonator Guitar [National Resophonic] – Chris Whitley (D2)

Violin – Charlie Burnham (A1, C4, D1)

Mandocello – Charlie Burnham (C4)

Accordion – Tony Cedras (A2)

Bass – Kenny Davis (A2-3, D1), Lonnie Plaxico (C4)

Drums – Lance Carter (A2), Bill McClellan (D1)

Snare – Kevin Johnson (A3), Lance Carter (C4)

Percussion – Kevin Johnson (B1), Lance Carter (B1), Vinx (B1), Bill McClellan (B3), Cyro Baptista (B3, C2-3, D1), Jeff Haynes (B3, C2-3, D1), Kevin Johnson (B3, C4), Lance Carter (B3), Vinx (B3)

Cornet – Olu Dara (B2)

Clarinet – Don Byron (B3)

Arranged by Cassandra Wilson (C1, C3, D2), Brandon Ross (A1-2, B1-2), Kenny Davis (A3), Cyro Baptista (B3, C2-3), Gib Wharton (C3), Jeff Haynes (C3), Charlie Burnham (D1), Chris Whitley (D1)

Written by Cassandra Wilson (C1, C3, D1), Don Raye (A1), Gene Depaul (A1), Robert Johnson (A2, B2), Charles Brown (A3), Oscar Moore (A3), L. Creed (B1), T. Bell (B1), Joni Mitchell (B3), Cyro Baptista (C2), Brandon Ross (C4), Ann Peebles (D2), Bernard Miller (D2), Don Bryant (D2)

Music by Van Morrison (C4)

Lyrics by Jimi Hendrix (C4)

 

2 LPs, gatefold jacket

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Pure Pleasure

Original Label : Blue Note

Recorded at Sear Sound Studios, New York

Engineered by Danny Kopelson (A2 to C3, D1), Jamie Staub (A1, C4), Jimmy Douglass (D2)

Mixed by Danny Kopelson (A1 to D1), Jimmy Douglass (D2)

Produced by Craig Street

Remastered by Ron McMaster at Capitol Studios

Originally released in November 1993

Reissued in October 2011

 

Tracks:

Side A:

1 You Don’t Know What Love Is

  1. Come On In My Kitchen
  2. Tell Me You ‘ll Wait For Me

Side B:

  1. Children Of The Night
  2. Hellhound On My Trail
  3. Black Crow

Side C:

  1. Sankofa
  2. Estrellas
  3. Redbone
  4. Tupelo Honey

Side D:

  1. Blue Light ‘Til Dawn
  2. I Can’t Stand The Rain

     

    Awards:

    Michael Fremer's 100 Recommended All-Analog LP Reissues Worth Owning - Rated 39/100!

     

    Reviews:

    "The sonics are superb, from the three-dimensional imaging and soundstaging to the ultra-transparency and rich atmospherics, this double LP set has it all. But more importantly, the production, the playing, the arranging and especially the sultry Wilson's vocalizing are transfixing." Michael Fremer, Analog Planet

    "The British audiophile label Pure Pleasure has given Wilson's album the royal audiophile LP treatment with re-mastering by Blue Note's Ron McMaster, done at Capitol Studios. The CD release has been languorously stretched out over two LPs with none of the sides exceeding fifteen minutes. Right off with the Side A initial track, 'You Don't Know What Love Is,' you immediately hear the improvement in acoustics. Cassandra's smoky, sultry phrasing matched to the steel string guitar’s tone, and Charlie Burnham’s violin set a mood that grabs your attention and tells you something special is happening here. Wilson's delivery is impeccable and heartfelt. The soundstage is wide and crystal clear." Jeff Krow, Audiophile Audition

    "This Pure Pleasure two-record set was not the first vinyl issue of this album, but it was certainly worth the wait. While I have no quibbles about the sound of the CD, these LPs improve on it meaningful ways. Wilson's voice is stunningly real, her presence anchoring each tune within the delicate soundscape that the recording captures so ably. Midrange density and treble filigree combine with a strong bass underpinning, guitars and percussion launch dynamically into digital territory, yet it is the small shifts in volume differentiating the touch of the musicians on their instruments that give the sonic picture its completeness. If you are used to the CD, these LPs will give you both a different and better window on the music, and they cost far less than a first-edition LP. As is usual for Pure Pleasure, the Pallas pressing is top notch, both in terms of its lack of surface noise and bottom-of-the-groove whoosh." Marc Mickelson, The Audiobeat

    “Cassandra Wilson has steadfastly refused to be pigeonholed or confined to any stylistic formula. Her highly anticipated Blue Note debut may stir renewed controversy, as she is once again all over the place. She begins the set with her intriguing version of "You Don't Know What Love Is." Then she moves from two Robert Johnson covers ("Come on in My Kitchen" and "Hellhound on My Trail") through rock compositions from Van Morrison and Joni Mitchell, her own title track, blues cut "Redbone," and a piercing version of "I Can't Stand the Rain" that can hold up to comparisons with Ann Peebles' classic. She doesn't have Johnson's menacing quality (who does?), but does invoke an equally compelling air. Wilson has great timing, pacing, and delivery, and certainly has blues sensibility in her sound.” AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn

     

    Ratings :

    AllMusic : 5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.62 / 5 ; Michael Fremer : Music 9/11, Sound 9/11

    Audio Beat : 4.5/5 Music, 4.5/5 Sound ; Audiophile Audition : 4.5 / 5

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