Sourced from first-generation analog recordings without any digital corruption
AAA Audiophile 200-gram 45 RPM double LP
2xHD mastering on Nagra Equipment by René Laflamme
Cut all-analog at Bernie Grundman Mastering on tube cutting equipment
Pressed in Canada
SOME OTHER TIME: THE LOST SESSION FROM THE BLACK FOREST VOL: 2
|Some Other Time: The Lost Session From The Black Forest Vol. 2
|Vinyl - 200g 45rpm
|1964 / 2023
SOME OTHER TIME VOL. 2
|It Could Happen To You
|You Go To My Head
|You're Gonna Hear From Me
|On Green Dolphin Street
|How About You
|What Kind Of Fool Am I
|I'll Remember April
|Lover Man (Solo)
|It's All Right With Me (Solo) - Incomplete
AAA Audiophile 200-gram 45 RPM double LP!
Mastered by René Laflamme at 2xHD on Nagra equipment with vacuum tube tape head electronic
Cut all analog at Bernie Grundman Mastering!
The recordings on this album constitute the material from a June 20th, 1968 studio session recorded by Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer (HGBS) and Joachim-Ernst Brendt in Germany's Black Forest. This is no ordinary recording. This enthralling Bill Evans session was recorded five days after a famous performance at the 1968 Montreux jazz festival by Evans, bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Verve's Montreux live recording won a Grammy, but this studio session has been in the vaults ever since.
2xHD is a brand known to audiophiles who love jazz. The team of producer André Perry and audiophile sound engineer René Laflamme have produced exceptional transfers from analog tape.
2xHD vinyl are sourced from first generation analog recordings without any digital corruption. Lacquer cutting is done at Bernie Grundman Mastering on tube cutting equipment.
The recordings here constitute material from the second part of a June 20, 1968 studio session recorded by HansGeorg Brunner-Schwer (HGBS) and Joachim-Ernst Brendt in Germany's Black Forest. This is no ordinary recording. This enthralling Bill Evans session was recorded five days after a famous performance at the 1968 Montreux jazz festival by Evans, bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Verve's Montreux live recording won a Grammy, but this studio session has been in the vaults ever since.
For the first time this album was mastered in all analog (AAA), from the original analog master. Mastered by René Laflamme at 2xHD Mastering lab and cut at Bernie Grundman at 45 RPM.
The 2xHD Fusion Mastering System is an innovation in audio restoration for a virtual audio reality. In the constant evolution of its proprietary mastering process, 2xHD has progressed to a new phase called 2xHD Fusion, integrating the finest state-of-the-art analog Nagra-T tape recorder modified with high-end tube playback technology, wired with OCC silver cable for better transparency and 3D imaging. 2xHD has consistently been one of the world's finest producers of audiophile albums. The many awards received are a testimony to their excellence. Whether capturing the subtleties of a chamber orchestra, or the spontaneous energy of a jazz set, 2xHD's proprietary recording and mastering techniques are state-of-the-art.
Bill Evans, piano
Eddie Gomez, bass
Jack DeJohnette, drums