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                       Blue Mitchell - Boss Horn (1967)
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Type.................: Music
Platform.............: any
Compression Format...: RAR
File Validation......: SFV


Audio Format.........: Lossless
Ripper...............: N/A - Lossless webstream rip
Encoder..............: Floating 32 bit .wav > 24 bit .wav > .flac files
Hz...................: 48,000
Channels.............: Stereo
Source...............: Tidal Music Service


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Posted to............: a.b.sounds.lossless.jazz
News Server..........: Supernews
Posted on............: 2/13/2021

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I don't think this one has been posted in the group before.  Maybe a long time 
ago or in a compilation, but I kinda doubt it.  This is the Rudy Van Gelder 24 
bit remastered version of the release, sampled off a Tidal Music Service 
webstream.  

These Tidal service webstream rips are supposed to be CD quality, and in this 
case I believe it's possibly one of their HDCD quality streams.  Not sure on 
that one. Rip was done using an Asus Xonar DG sound card.  Wave editor was Cool 
Edit Pro using 48kbs, floating 32 bit settings.  It was then toned down to 24 
bit resolution using DbPowerAmp, so that it could be interpreted as a readable 
PCM stream for the FLAC encoder.  No alterations were performed, other than 
what follows. 

I totally silenced any system noise between tracks with the editor.  The track 
timings will be fairly close to match what's posted below, but they are by no 
means perfect.  Since this is a rip from an audio stream (and not a CD), no 
.cue or .log files are available.  So, given that, it might not be something 
the hardcore collectors will be interested in.  Overall I think it sounds fine 
for casual listening purposes.  CD quality to my old ears, anyway.

Tracks are tagged and I always include info regarding the source and methods 
used to rip it in the comments section. If possible I'll try to include some 
artwork with it.

I usually am not great about replying to re: posts in the group.  Just don't 
lurk the binaries the way I used to, I suppose.  However, I do try to pad the 
releases with plenty of .pars to help them survive in the wild.  This is just 
my way of paying it forward after years of grabbing stuff on here.  Here's a 
very tasty mid 60's release of Mitchell's with a smoking ensemble and I hope 
you enjoy it - mm

Here's the Wiki on it:

Released	End of October/early November 1967
Recorded	November 17, 1966
Studio  	Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Genre	Jazz
Length	38:57
Label	Blue Note BST 84257
Producer	Alfred Lion

Track listing

    "Millie" (Pearson) - 6:18
    "O Mama Enit" (Mitchell) - 5:34
    "I Should Care" (Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston) - 7:31
    "Rigor Mortez" (Dave Burns) - 6:21
    "Tones for Joan's Bones" (Chick Corea) - 6:37
    "Straight Up and Down" (Chick Corea) - 6:36

Personnel

    Blue Mitchell û trumpet
    Jerry Dodgion û flute, alto saxophone
    Junior Cook û tenor saxophone
    Pepper Adams û baritone saxophone
    Julian Priester û trombone
    Chick Corea (5-6), Cedar Walton (1-4) û piano
    Gene Taylor û bass
    Mickey Roker û drums
    Duke Pearson û arrangement



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