[Dixielandjazz] Info Please, HOt 5 & Hot 7 Recordings
jerrygordon at juno.com
Tue Dec 7 08:10:22 PST 2004
BTW, I don't know how many Hot 5/Hot 7 sides were recorded, but this set
has 89 songs. Also, in case Santa has access to just the individual CDs,
they're numbered CD312-CD315.
On Tue, 07 Dec 2004 10:59:37 -0500 "David W. Littlefield"
<dwlit at cpcug.org> writes:
> Hi Bob. The 4-CD JSP set apparently is still the best, having been
> transferred by the late J. R. T. Davies. Originally issued
> separately, this
> box is just a repackaging of the original. However, no one seems to
> done as well. This is also the consensus of the experts on 78-list,
> who do
> not like the sound of the Sony set.
> At 07:27 AM 12/7/2004 -0800, Robert S. Ringwald wrote:
> >I have asked Santa to bring me the full collection of the Louis
> >Hot 5 & Hot 7 recordings. Unfortunately Santa does not know which
> set might
> >be the best.
> >I have heard much discussion here on DJML about the best version.
> >someone please tell me who has put out the best CD box set of these
> >recordings, fidelity, remastered. I want the best. Not something
> that has
> >been over tampered with.
> >--Bob Ringwald
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