Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)
Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)
Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)
Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)
Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)
Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)

Duke Jordan Trio – So Nice Duke (Japanese Edition)

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Note: there is some tape flutter noise for about 2 seconds at the beginning of A1

Duke Jordan, piano [click here to see more vinyl featuring Duke Jordan]

Jesper Lundgaard, bass

Aage Tanggaard, drums

     

    1 LP, standard sleeve

    Original analog Master tape : YES

    Heavy Press : 180g

    Record color : Black

    Speed : 33RPM

    Size : 12'’

    Stereo

    Live

    Record Press : unspecified (Japan)

    Label : Master Music

    Original label : Three Blind Mice

    Recorded at So Nice in Nagoya on June 14, 1982

    Mixed by Norio Ukai

    Produced by Takeshi "Tee" Fujii

    Mastering & cutting by Tohru Kotetsu at JVC Mastering Center, Japan

    Reissue produced by Kazuo Kiuchi, Shizuo Nomiyama

    Originally released in 1982

    Reissued in 2017

     

    Tracks :

    Side A:

    1. Tea For Two
    2. Stardust
    3. My Funny Valentine
    4. Jor-Du

    Side B:

    1. Kiss of Spain
    2. All the Things You Are
    3. Solitude

       

      Reviews :

      “I continue to be impressed by the sonic quality of the Master Music series; XRCD 24 Bit Super Analog, audiophile quality works from JVC in Japan. My latest review sample is from the Duke Jordan Trio. On So Nice Duke, Duke Jordan, along with a bassist and a drummer supplies five covers of standards and two original works. Recorded on June 4, 1982, this 2014 remaster of traditional jazz is both sonically and musically magnificent. With the sound quality of the XRCD 24 mastering process, this work by Duke Jordan is something that can be enjoyed not only for the sonic quality but also for the enjoyment factor of the music. If you like traditional, small-scale, trio style jazz, you’ll like this one.” Paul Wilson, Audiophile Review


      Ratings:

      Audiophile Review : Overall 8 / 10, Sonics 9.5 / 10

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