Illumination

Al Stauffer Trio

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Illumination is a Jazz album by the Al Stauffer Trio.  Recorded to Analog Tape by Bob Sellman of Direct-to-Tape Recording (DTR), this album has been transferred to Stereo DSD 64 and DSD 128 by Bob Witak at High Definition Tape Transfers (HDTT) with the cooperation and permission of DTR.

All of the artists and composers involved in this recording, with the exception of Wayne Shorter, are—or were— interconnected in the fertile Philadelphia jazz sphere.

Al Stauffer and Tom Lawton regularly performed together in a MidCity venue. Joel Levine and composer/pianist Uri Caine were members of another working group. Stauffer and Bernard Peiffer were musical partners for a dozen years, an association that ended with the composer- pianist’s death in 1976. Lawton and Levine studied piano with the late French expatriate pianomaster and studied improvisational concepts with Stauffer.

Not surprisingly, all of them are intense musicians with a tenacious dedication to excellence, and their joint contributions have produced here a session of unusual cohesion and muscularity.

Al Stauffer Trio
Al Stauffer – String Bass
Tom Lawton – Piano
Joel Levine – Recorders

Tracklist

1.
Waltz
06:40
2.
Exodus
14:33
3.
Infant Eyes
11:50
4.
Illumination
10:51

Total time: 00:43:54

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HDTTI1

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Hapi

Mastering Engineer

High Definition Tape Transfer

Original Recording Format

Producer

Direct-to-Tape Recording Company, Bob Sellman

Recording Engineer

Bob Sellman

Recording location

Wilson Music Hall, Glassboro State College, New Jersey

Recording Software

Merging

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD128

Release Date January 8, 2016

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