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Placebo Live 1971 Half-Speed Mastered 180g LP (Vinyl)
& lt;font color= & quot;#FF0000 & quot; & gt; & lt;b & gt;Official Reissue On Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Sourced From Original Masters & amp; Cut at Emil Berliner Studios! & lt;/b & gt; & lt;/font & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; We Release Jazz presents its fifth release, the first ever live performance and recording by Marc Moulin's sought-after jazz-funk band Placebo, captured at Casino Kursaal during the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1971 and never released before. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; June 17th, 1971, the Montreux Riviera, its delightful microclimate and postcard scenery, its fabled music history and the luscious wines of the region. A dream setting for Marc Moulin to lead his ensemble on a 26-minutes+ jazz adventure -- Nick Kletchkovsky on bass, Freddy Rottier on drums, Johnny Dover on bass clarinet, Alex Scorier on soprano saxophone, and Richard Rousselet on flugelhorn. The magic of that night is dripping through Placebo's sumptuous & quot;Showbiz Suite & quot;, a soulful piece in two parts in which every instrument gets enough room to shine, smoothly navigating between cozy cognac-by-the-fireplace funk and heartfelt grittiness, served with a pinch of Soft Machine vibes. It's the night Placebo was born, when foundations were laid for three classic albums: Ball of Eyes on which you can hear a shorter studio version of & quot;Showbiz Suite & quot; (1971), 1973, and their final self-titled album (1974). & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; Born in 1942 in Ixelles, the multifaceted Marc Moulin had one of the most fascinating careers in the history of Belgian music, from his jazz roots and Placebo to founding electronic disco pop band Telex ( & quot;Moskow Diskow & quot;, & quot;Rock Around The Clock & quot;), producing a vast array of French and Belgian hits (notably for Philip Catherine and Lio), pioneering downtempo and electro jazz with three albums on Blue Note, and exploring other avenues of expression such a radio hosting and comedy. He sadly passed away in 2008. His incredible legacy shall live on. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; 180 gram vinyl mastered at half speed; housed in a 350gsm sleeve with UV coating and an obi strip. & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Features: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Limited Edition & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; 180g Vinyl LP & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Half-Speed Mastered & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Never Before Released & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; 350gsm sleeve with UV coating and obi strip & lt;br & gt; & amp;bull; Import & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Musicians: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; Marc Moulin, keyboards & lt;br & gt; Nick Kletchkovsky, bass & lt;br & gt; Freddy Rottier, drums & lt;br & gt; Johnny Dover, bass clarinet & lt;br & gt; Alex Scorier, soprano saxophone & lt;br & gt; Richard Rousselet, flugelhorn & lt;br & gt; & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Selections: & lt;br & gt; Side A: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Showbiz Suite (Part 1) & lt;br & gt; & lt;b & gt;Side B: & lt;/b & gt; & lt;br & gt; 1. Showbiz Suite (Part 2)
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Placebo Live 1971 Half-Speed Mastered 180g LP (Vinyl)
Hiroshi Suzuki Cat Half-Speed Mastered 180g Import LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Half-Speed Mastered On Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP! & lt;br & gt; Sourced From The Original Masters! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;We Release Jazz announce the official reissue of Hiroshi Suzuki's Cat, a glorious jazz-fusion-funk holy grail originally released in 1976. Cat was recorded in October 1975 at Nippon Columbia Studio, while Hiroshi Suzuki was visiting his home country of Japan after moving to Las Vegas in 1971 to play with Buddy Rich and perfect his craft. Back on his old stomping grounds, the man known as Neko (Cat) immediately reunited with his dear friends for an epic two-day session of groove magic. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The chemistry was still intact. The skills and style had grown. The result, Cat, is a smooth masterpiece, a deep and soulful affair where stunning trombone solos by Hiroshi Suzuki flirt with Takeru Muraoka's heavenly saxophone and the sensual rhythm section of Hiromasa Suzuki (keyboards), Kunimitsu Inaba (bass), and Akira Ishikawa (drums). Celebrated in jazz collectors circles, in the lo-fi beat scene, and among music diggers around the world, Cat has become one of the most sought-after Japanese jazz albums of all time and, much like Ryo Fukui's Scenery, has fascinated old and young generations alike. Sourced from the original masters. Liner notes by Teruo Isono. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Official Reissue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;180g Vinyl & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mastering & amp; half speed cutting by Sidney Claire Meyer at Emil Berliner Studios & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sourced from the Original Masters & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Manufacturing by Optimal & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Heavy Sleeve & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;OBI Strip & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Gold Ink & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Liner Notes by Teruo Isono & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Import & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;musicians & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Musicians & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;table & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Hiroshi Suzuki & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;trombone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Takeru Muraoka & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;saxophone & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Hiromasa Suzuki & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;keyboards & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Kunimitsu Inaba & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;bass & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;tr & gt; & lt;th & gt;Akira Ishikawa & lt;/th & gt; & lt;td & gt;drums & lt;/td & gt; & lt;/tr & gt; & lt;/table & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Shrimp Dance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kuro To Shiro & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Walk Tall & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cat & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Romance & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
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Hiroshi Suzuki Cat Half-Speed Mastered 180g Import LP (Vinyl)
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