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Album of the Year 2022

Signs Of The Coast

Eugenijus Jonavicius

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2022 NativeDSD Album of the Year – Jazz Fusion

Signs Of The Coast is a Great Jazz Fusion album that features over an hour of music performed by guitarist Eugenijus Jonavičius and his Jazz quartet.

The album was recorded to Analog Tape at Studijofonas Recording Studio in Lithuania.  It was transferred to Stereo DSD 128 by Analog Father using the Korg MR-2000S DSD recorder and Analog to Digital Converter for release at NativeDSD Music as part of the first trio of DSD albums from the label.

Signs Of The Coast is the result of several years of creation. Songs on the album were written at the Vydūnas Center of Kintai, where workshops for artists and musicians are organized.  Eugenijus is a frequent guest in recording studios, participates in artists creative camps and organizes guitar master classes. Actively participates in Lithuanian and foreign jazz festivals.

Eugenijus Jonavičius – Guitars, Leader, Composer, Arranger
Arnoldas Jankūnas – Keybords
Paulius Stonkus – Bass
Dainius Kažukauskas – Drums

Tracklist

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1.
Berbom
12:39
2.
Loss
12:37
3.
Is There Anyone
12:18
4.
Spaghetti
06:46
5.
Terra preta
08:43
6.
Millennium
10:58

Total time: 01:04:01

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AF202201DSD

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Mastering Engineers

Vladas Straupas at Analog Father – Analog Tape to DSD 128 Transfer, Tom Caulfield – DSD 128 to DSD 64, DSD 256 & DSD 512 Transfers

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Producer

Vladas Straupas

Recording Engineer

Gintautas Litinskas

Recording Location

Studijofonas in Lithuania

Release DateFebruary 24, 2022

1 review for Signs Of The Coast

    I previewed this album twice before I bought it and thought it would be both interesting and enjoyable. The album is certainly interesting but it falls short when it comes to enjoyment and I found the recording levels and mixing to be inconsistent.

    Whilst the dynamics are great, too often the album is overly self-indulgent and jarring. With the exception of “Terra preta”, all the tracks would benefit from their playing time being cut in half by getting rid of the overly self-indulgent and jarring parts. I almost stopped playing the album on three occasions but persevered.

    There are some lovely melodies and really interesting passages but all to often I felt it was like listening to prog rock from the 1970s. I was torn between two and three stars but the latter won out.

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