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Discussion: Petula Clark: Kiss Me Goodbye

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Post by Allen December 2, 2009 (1 of 7)
who is this top international? Any reference?

Post by zeus December 2, 2009 (2 of 7)
Allen said:

who is this top international? Any reference?

There's a link to the label's web site in the title entry (same for pretty well all discs).

Post by FullRangeMan December 2, 2009 (3 of 7)
Allen said:
who is this top international? Any reference?

Top Music is a well know audiophile music label from Hong Kong, specialized in re-issues, I see his advertisements in magazines since early 1990 years, maybe Top Music is older than this.
If you buy this SACD, please inform us about the sound quality etc...

Post by breydon_music December 3, 2009 (4 of 7)
FullRangeMan said:

Top Music is a well know audiophile music label from Hong Kong, specialized in re-issues, I see his advertisements in magazines since early 1990 years, maybe Top Music is older than this.
If you buy this SACD, please inform us about the sound quality etc...

This SACD has been around for well over a year, maybe 2, and I bought it when it was first issued. If you are familiar with the Audio Fidelity Donovan SACD which was also sourced from 60's Pye masters then you will have a good idea of what you get here. In short, if you like (or liked) Petula Clark then this is an excellently chosen track selection, all sounding cleaner and more immediate than you will ever have heard them before by some distance. Absolutely worth every penny of your investment. Clearly these were nicely produced analogue sessions, probably pre-Dolby and before anyone was compressing for any sort of beat box etc. However . . . if you were not once wooed by Petula then don't expect DSD; it is what it is!
P.S. I have bought the Ray Conniff but haven't played it yet. I will report back in due course.

Post by FullRangeMan December 3, 2009 (5 of 7)
breydon_music said:

This SACD has been around for well over a year, maybe 2, and I bought it when it was first issued. If you are familiar with the Audio Fidelity Donovan SACD which was also sourced from 60's Pye masters then you will have a good idea of what you get here. In short, if you like (or liked) Petula Clark then this is an excellently chosen track selection, all sounding cleaner and more immediate than you will ever have heard them before by some distance. Absolutely worth every penny of your investment. Clearly these were nicely produced analogue sessions, probably pre-Dolby and before anyone was compressing for any sort of beat box etc. However . . . if you were not once wooed by Petula then don't expect DSD; it is what it is!
P.S. I have bought the Ray Conniff but haven't played it yet. I will report back in due course.

Thanks alot Breydon for the Petula complete report. I look forward yours Ray Conniff impressions, Iam planig buy both, but will wait your opinion on Ray disc. Ray Conniff and Orchestra: April In Paris
Regards, Gustavo

Post by breydon_music December 4, 2009 (6 of 7)
FullRangeMan said:

Thanks alot Breydon for the Petula complete report. I look forward yours Ray Conniff impressions, Iam planig buy both, but will wait your opinion on Ray disc. Ray Conniff and Orchestra: April In Paris
Regards, Gustavo

Gustavo, you have prompted me to post my first review on the site - it's there for you to refer to now. Regards, Steven

Post by FullRangeMan December 4, 2009 (7 of 7)
breydon_music said:

Gustavo, you have prompted me to post my first review on the site - it's there for you to refer to now. Regards, Steven

Many Thanks Steve for take time to made this review for us, that are fans of the refinement and good music of Ray Conniff. I also want Thanks to TOP MUSIC for made this release in SACD.

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