Route 66 (Monophonic Recording)

Bobby Troup

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Note: this is a Mono recording.

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2xHD presents a collection of mono recordings from the Jazzology Records label from the legendary actor, singer, songwriter and Jazz pianist Bobby Troup. On Route 66 Troup is joined by Bob Enevoldsen on Horns and Al Viola on Guitar.

Troup famously wrote “Route 66” and acted in the role of Dr. Joe Early with his wife Julie London in the television program Emergency! in the 1970s. This album, part of 2xHD’s “Historic Series”, is a gift to the audiophile, permitting the listener to fully enjoy the warmth, second harmonics, and versatility of the instrument.

Route 66 was transferred from the album’s monophonic tapes to DSD 256 by Rene Laflamme at 2xHD Mastering using the Pyramix Workstation Software and the Horus Analog to Digital Converter from Merging Technologies.  This is a Mono DSD 64 and DSD 128 release (not Stereo, even though our dropdown channel selector indicates ‘stereo’) and is a DSD Exclusive, Not Available on SACD album.

Bobby Troup – Piano & Vocals
Bobby Envoldsen – String Bass
Al Viola – Guitar

Tracklist

1.
Dream of You
01:40
2.
Route 66
01:45
3.
Lullaby of Birdland
01:26
4.
Daddy
01:32
5.
Their Hearts Were Full of Spring
01:55
6.
They Didn't Believe Me
01:16
7.
Tell Me You're Home
01:57
8.
Lulu's Back In Town
01:50
9.
Do Re Mi
02:00
10.
They Can't take That Away from Me
01:26
11.
You're Looking At Me
01:36
12.
Hungry Man
01:50
13.
You're In Love
01:18
14.
Cuckoo In the Clock
01:45
15.
It Happened Once Before
01:57
16.
I'm With You
01:32
17.
The Gypsy In My Soul
01:48
18.
Lemon Twist
01:33
19.
Indiana
01:31
20.
The Three Bears
02:00
21.
Baby Baby All the Time
02:20
22.
Heidi
01:44
23.
Skylark
02:00
24.
Tangerine
01:26

Total time: 00:41:07

Additional information

Label

SKU

2XHDJA1226

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Genres

Analog Tape Recorder

Nagra-T

Analog to Digital Converter

Horus, Merging Technologies at DSD 256

Cables

Siltech and Shunyata

Director of Recording

Irvine Orton

Mastering Engineer

Rene Laflamme – Monophonic Analog Tape to DSD 256 Transfer

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Original Recording Format

Producer

George H. Buck Jr.

Production Coordinator

Wendell Echols

Recording Location

Recorded on August 13 & 14, 1958 in Los Angeles

Recording Software

Pyramix, Merging Technologies

Release Date March 18, 2022

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