This Town, a song composed by Lee Hazlewood and made famous by Frank Sinatra, is now available to listeners worldwide as the first Single from Patricia Barber’s upcoming album Clique!
Patricia Barber is a performer that is known for boldly blurring the lines between poetry, jazz, and art song. Her first album on NativeDSD, Higher, has been a best seller in Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound DSD and DXD since its release. Her new all-standards album Clique! from Impex Records is due out on August 6th in Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound DSD and DXD at NativeDSD.
This Town (DSD & DXD Single) is available to listeners worldwide from NativeDSD in Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound DSD (up to DSD 256) and DXD as well as Stereo DSD 512.
Patricia Barber – Vocals & Piano
Patrick Mulcahy – Bass
Jon Deitemyer – Drums
Total time: 00:04:34
|5.1 Surround Engineers|
Jim Anderson & Ulrike Schwarz
|5.1 Surround Mastering|
Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering in Portland, ME
|5.1 Surround Producer|
|Analog to Digital Converter|
Horus with Merging+Clock U, Merging Technologies
Martha Feldman & Ulrike Schwarz
Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering in Portland, ME & Tom Caulfield, NativeDSD Mastering Lab in Marshfield, MA (DXD to DSD 512)
This project was recorded, mixed and mastered in High Resolution DXD (352.8kHz/32bit) using a Horus/Pyramix recording system and the Merging+Clock U
|Original Recording Format|
Patricia Barber & Jim Anderson
Jim Anderson, Jonathan Lackey (Assistant)
Chicago Recording Company, Studio 5 in Chicago, IL during January 2019
Pyramix, Merging Technologies
|Release Date||June 8, 2021|
Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity
Patricia Barber breathes new life into her latest single, “This Town” — the 1967 song made popular by Frank Sinatra.
Her tender approach to the lyrics of this Lee Hazelwood hit comes juxtaposed with the fiery edge of her piano playing, in signature Barber fashion. Her new album Clique! due out August 6 finds her reimagining standards by the likes of Thelonious Monk (“Straight, No Chaser”), Stevie Wonder (“All in Love is Fair”) and Rodgers and Hammerstein (“Shall We Dance?”).
Her solid cast of players includes Patrick Mulcahy on bass and Jon Deitemyer on drums, who join her on “This Town.” Elsewhere on Clique, she also features Jim Gailloreto on tenor saxophone and Neal Alger on acoustic guitar.
And as on her 2019 album Higher, a product of the same recording sessions, Barber links up once again with multiple Grammy award-winning producer Jim Anderson — who recorded, mixed, and mastered the sessions in DXD.
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