Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)
Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)

Dan Dyer - Volume 2 (D2D)

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WE USUALLY SHIP VINYL WITHIN 3 TO 5 WORKING DAYS
But due to high demand we sometines need more time

Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards – Dan Dyer

Bass, Cello – Mark Williams

Drums, Vocals – Michael Hale


1 LP, standard sleeve

Direct-to-Disc recording

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : APO Records

Original Label : APO Records

Recorded at Blue Heaven Studios, Salina, Kansas

Engineered by Katsu Naito

Produced by Chad Kassem

Remastered by Kevin Gray

Released in 2010

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Love Chain
  2. Truly

 

Side B :

  1. I Walk On Guided Splinters
  2. Stop For A Second

     

    Reviews :

    "Dan Dyer sings mournfully, earnestly and soulfully on these two direct to disc recordings produced at Chad Kassem's Blue Heaven Studios in Salina, Kansas...The recording quality is spectacularly natural, dynamic and transparent." Michael Fremer, musicangle.com

    "...That this music is getting recorded and released is by itself a good thing, but the fact that it comes out on audiophile vinyl is a whole lot of icing on the cake. As for the sound, this was analog like I remembered it (minus the hiss, wow, and flutter), with a warm, in-the-room feel from the drums, bass, and acoustic piano and a rich, full sound from acoustic guitars." - Jeff Wilson, The Absolute Sound, April/May 2010

     

    Direct-to-disc (D2D) recording refers to sound recording methods that record audio directly onto analog disc masters bypassing steps as master tapes, overdubs, and mix downs from multi-tracked masters. This approach avoids problems of analog recording tape such as tape hiss (high frequency noise).

     

    Ratings :

    Discogs : 4.5 / 5 , Michael Fremer : Music = 8/11; Sound = 10/11

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