"More light classics here, this time from the redoubtable Stanley Black. Gorgeous Phase 4 sound, big orchestra - fill your home with sound." - AMG.
01 - Slavonic Dance
02 - Fledermaus Waltz
03 - Russian Sailors' Dance
04 - Dance Of The Hours
05 - Danse Macabre
06 - Hungarian Dance No 5
07 - Miller's Dance And Finale
In 1961 London Records introduced Phase 4 Stereo, with promises to break "the sonic barrier." London was a well established American label owned by British Decca (not to be confused with American Decca) that specialized, not surprisingly, in releasing recordings from England.
Phase 4 Stereo: "New Scoring Concepts Incorporating True Musical Use of Separation and Movement. In this phase, arrangers and orchestrators re-score the music to place the instruments where they are musically most desired at any particular moment and make use of direction and movement to punctuate the musicality of sounds. The effect is more sound -- more interest -- more entertainment -- more participation -- more listening pleasure. Phase 4 albums quickly became known for their characteristic sound: warm, rich, clean, precisely performed, arranged and recorded.
The record is Mint.
The jacket is Mint-.
The LP plays/sounds NM.
A big, warm, lush sound. The soundstage is very wide and deep with solid imaging. Instruments are highly detailed and appear in their own 'space'.
Each record is washed on a VPI cleaning machine using a proprietary 3-5 agent process which is determined by the needs of the individual record. Each record is then listened to 100% to insure that the posted description is exactly what you can expect to get.
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