|Venue||Japan, Shinjuku Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo|
Original torrent name: MD_1975-1-22.torrent
Original folder name: MD_1975-1-22
Miles Davis_1975-01-22 Tokyo, JP Shinjuku Kosei Nenkin Hall
CLEAR CUT UPGRADE!!! DYNAMIC RECONSTRUCTION RE-MASTER INCLUDING 7 DB DYNAMIC AMPLITUDE RESTAURATION.
A GREAT, AND BRAND NEW REMASTER TO REMIND FOR THE CHIEF ON HIS 80st BIRTHDAY ON MAY 26th. SO IF IF YOU LIKE, TURN IT UP AND DANCE TO THE MUSIC!!!
Untitled Original C (Argartha Prelude Pt. 1)
Tune In 5
Quotation from the cover of the original release of Argartha and Pangea:
WE SUGGEST THAT YOU PLAY THIS RECORD AT HIGHEST POSSIBLE VOLUME IN ORDER TO FULLY APPRECIATE THE SOUND OF MILES DAVIS.
Untitled compositions named with reference to Jan Lohmann's "The Sound Of Miles Davis; The
DON'T FUCK MUSICANS! THIS RECORDING IS NOBODY ELSES PROPERTY THAN THE MUSICANS,
OR THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER. THIS NOTE IS ADRESSED TO THOSE PEOPLE, WHO SELL CDRS, OR
MAKING BOOTLEGS. NOT JUST A FEW MUSICANS ACCEPT TAPERS. ONLY A FEW MUSICANS
MAKING THE BIG MONEY, WHILE MOST OTHERS HAVE TO FIGHT HARD NOWADAYS, TO SURVIVE
WITH THEIR ART. IF YOU LIKE THEIR ART, WHY NOT BUYING SOME OF THEIR RELEASES?
Miles Davis: trumpet, organ
Sonny Fortune: alto & soprano sax, flute
Pete Cosey: guitar, Synthesizer, kalimba, table percussion
Reggy Lucas: guitar
Michael Henderson: bass guitar
James "Mtume" Heath (aka Forman): percussion, rhythm box
Al Foster: drums
FM>? (probably master)>DAT>CDR>EAC>SHN>WAVE>FLAC>TORRENT>WAVE>remaster with WaveLab 5.0, using clipped peak restoration, image shuffler, phase linear MB dynamic expander, and other 32, 48 & 64 bit solution plug ins>normalisation to -0.01 db>CD Wave tracking>Flac Frontend (level 8).
The source material for this re-master seems to be the best copy of that show in circulation, but the digital transfer shows a lot of digital clipping, so that the FM broadcast which ever include clear cut compression, lost extra dynamic in the range of aprox. 2-3 db. The clipped peak restauration restaured around 1.7 db. The re-master includes a amplitude reconstruction of 7 db.