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Blue and Brokenhearted

The Vic Dickenson Quintet

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A senior member of the jazz aristocracy Vic Dickenson belongs to the select company of musicians (like Ruby Braff, Dave McKenna and Bobby Hackett) dedicated to seeking out all that’s best in American popular song. As Bobby Hackett said: ‘For musical skills he’s the absolute champ – and any good trombone player will tell you the same’.

Tracklist

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1.
Rosetta
00:05
2.
Blue and Brokenhearted
00:03
3.
Isle of Golden Dreams
00:04
4.
Dear Old Southland
00:05
5.
Ding Dong
00:06
6.
Penthouse Serenade
00:05
7.
George White's Scandals of 1926: Black Bottom
00:05
8.
Five O'Clock Whistle
00:03

Total time: 00:00:36

Additional information

Label

SKU

2XHDST1100

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Composers

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Analog Recording Equipment

Nagra-T modified with high end tube playback electronics

Digital Converters

Merging Technologies Horus

Editing Software

Pyramix

Mastering Engineer

René Laflamme – Transfer from Analog Master Tape to DSD 256

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Original Recording Format

Producer

Antonio Armet

Recording location

New York on April 13, 1976

Recording Software

Pyramix

Recording Type & Bit Rate

Analog Tape to DSD 256

Release DateMarch 26, 2018

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