Diunna Greenleaf (D2D)
Diunna Greenleaf (D2D)
Diunna Greenleaf (D2D)
Diunna Greenleaf (D2D)

Diunna Greenleaf (D2D)

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Vocals – Diunna Greenleaf

Bass – Josh Preslar

Drums – Vernon Daniels

Guitar – John Richardson

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Direct-to-Disc recording

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : APO Records

Original Label : APO Records

Recorded at Blue Heaven Studios, Salina, Kansas

Engineered by Katshuiko Sato

Produced by Chad Kassem

Remastered by Kevin Gray

Released in 2010

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. The Bachelor Man (You Want To Be)
  2. Resolutions
  3. Crazy

Side B :

  1. Love Treasure
  2. Double Dealing

 

Reviews :

"Texan songstress Greenleaf and her band Blue Mercy exhibit precisely the kind of fire and grit that exemplifies the great blues and (southern) soul belters of the 1960s and 1970s. Greenleaf acknowledges gospel inspiration and cites Koko Taylor and Aretha Franklin amongst her muses, so you can expect and do receive earthy, powerful interpretations of five tracks that suffer no sonic restraint. If the modernity of the recording’s crystal clarity jars with what is a genre of elderly vintage, think of this as you would a b/w movie filmed in high-def. This is shake your booty stuff. I think I’m in love." - Ken Kessler, Hi-Fi News

"...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 :

HiFi News : Sound Quality: 88%

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