The Dave Brubeck Quartet – TIME OUT (Vinyl Sony, AP, SACD, CD, BNF Vinyl, mono, stereo)

Time Out is one of the best-known jazz album in the world. Dave Brubeck creates one of the best-known and best-selling albums in the history of jazz.

Musicians:
Dave Brubeck, piano
Paul Desmond, alto saxophone
Joe Morello, drums
Gene Wright, bass

This album includes 7 tracks: 

1. Blue Rondo A La Turk
2. Strange Meadow Lark
3. Take Five
4. Three To Get Ready
5. Kathy’s Waltz
6. Everybody’s Jumpin’
7. Pick Up Sticks

We will review 8 editions (original and  remastered, vinyl, CD, SACD and Hi-Res digital files) of this album.

First we will analyze each edition in detail (technical and qualitative analysis) then we will compare the successive editions with their dynamics and assign a final score and you will be able to listen some samples.

Summary

Review of the editions:

Ed1 : Vinyl Sony “Jazz Analog Legendary Collection”ref  SIJP 1022 (1959 remastered in 2020)

Ed2 : Vinyl Analogue Productions ref  APJ 8192-45  (1959 remastered in 2012)

Ed3 : SACD Analogue Productions ref  CAPJ 8192 SA  (1959 remastered in 2012)

Ed4 : SACD SME Records ref  SRGS 4535  (1959 , DSD remastered in 2000)

Ed5 : CD Columbia ref  CK 65122 (remastered in 1997) 

Ed6 : CD “The Columbia Studio Albums Collection 1955-1966” ref  88697938812  (remastered in 2012) 

Ed7 : Hi-Res files based release 24/96 from Stereo Vinyl (1961) – BNF Collection 2013 1961 – BNF Collection 2013

Ed8 : Hi-Res files based release 24/96 from Mono Vinyl (1960) – BNF Collection 2013 1960 – BNF Collection 2013 

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