Mike K Music is such a big part of our lives and is being used more and more in online dating. I love music and love the fact that one can now use music on their profile on some apps and sites. It opens up a whole new world of communicating.
By Mark Smotroff October 17, 4: There, on the short lived DVD Audio format, the whole album had been presented remixed into 5. But also, it wasn't quite as much of a revelation as one might've hoped. It was good but not mind blowing.
Not surprisingly, it quickly became something of a collectors item as it wasn't widely available at least in my experience Taken at face value, the notion of remixing an album like "Music From Big Pink" into surround sound may seem on the surface like an unlikely choice. But if you consider the period in which it was made and the nature of the music recorded, it makes a lot of sense.
The new 96 kHz, bit 5. All things considered, everything breathes a lot more which is a big deal for me at least, as the original mix, at least as presented on the era vinyl pressings sounded pretty claustrophobic to my ear The bass is full and round, the acoustic and electric guitars are big and you even hear a bit of amplifier tonality coming through especially for the latter.
The songs -- which were always great, no question there -- now take on additional majesty, a presence they rightly deserve. The hit song "The Weight" sounds positively huge Its all heavier but also lighter. Following are some snapshot notes of what to expect based on my initial listens: The rhythm section is dead center and organ swells emerge gently from the rear.
This is quite discrete at times and remarkably clean sounding. On the DVD Audio disc, the mix is less precise and at times hissy.
The three outtakes which didn't make the final cut for the original LP are fun! A totally fun tune, I can also hear why it was left off the album as it doesn't quite fit in with the more Appalachian-flavored proto-roots Americana feel of the rest of the album. There are alternate takes of "Tears of Rage" and "Lonesome Suzie" included but perhaps the most revealing moment comes is the the final, humbling previously unreleased mix of "I Shall Be Released" presenting just the vocals.
Just One More Thing Also included in the set is a reproduction of the first single release by The Band: For a new unknown group, this was pretty remarkable but then, they weren't exactly "unknown" in the classic sense -- they had been Bob Dylan's back up band during an early career pinnacle.
Also, Dylan's presence on the album was heavy with three songs written or co-written -- and cover art painted -- by him.
So this is a pretty neat recreation of that single right down to the period orange-yellow swirl Capitol Records label and the type of outer sleeve the single likely came in at the stores. Of course this version is much more super deluxe, in keeping with the set aesthetic so the vinyl is thick and dead quiet and the outer sleeve thicker cardboard the original was likely a paper sleeve.
But of course you'll want to know that it sounds as great as it looks, featuring the new Stereo mixes of the songs. It sounds super punchy, must say; I admit that part of that buzz may just be my enthusiasm for seven-inch singles! I didn't compare-contrast, but I suspect the inch vinyl version of the songs would sound better technically.
So, there you have it. The 50th anniversary boxed set of The Band's Music From Big Pink is a fine tribute to a classic album, one which respects the original version while updating the fidelity for future generations to discover and appreciate in all its glory.Music is a big part of my life.
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