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Fapy Lafertin & Lejazz - Swing guitars & Hungaria remastered

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  • PassacagliaPassacaglia Madison, WI✭✭✭✭
    Posts: 1,471
    Cheers, Dave - thanks again for doing this!
    -Paul

    pas encore, j'erre toujours.
  • crookedpinkycrookedpinky Glasgow✭✭✭✭ Alex Bishop D Hole, Altamira M & JWC D hole
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    I had alistne to my copy of these last night and there's a definite feel of the older Django recordings in terms of tone and timbre. Long live mono........
    always learning
  • JonJon melbourne, australiaProdigy Dupont MD50B, '79 Favino
    Posts: 391
    Got my copy yesterday, and wow! They really nailed that sound, and the playing is brilliant. Hungaria especially!

    Jon
  • dBlackiedBlackie New
    Posts: 27
    I had alistne to my copy of these last night and there's a definite feel of the older Django recordings in terms of tone and timbre. Long live mono........
    Very old school band. Very old sound live also...
  • dBlackiedBlackie New
    Posts: 27
    Jon wrote:
    Got my copy yesterday, and wow! They really nailed that sound, and the playing is brilliant. Hungaria especially!

    Jon

    Cheers Jon
  • dBlackiedBlackie New
    Posts: 27
    Jon wrote:
    Got my copy yesterday, and wow! They really nailed that sound, and the playing is brilliant. Hungaria especially!

    Jon

    Hey Jon. Just uploaded this. Whole band playing together the final 'take' of Songe D'Automne
  • dBlackiedBlackie New
    Posts: 27
    Cheers, Dave - thanks again for doing this!
    Whole band playing together the final 'take' of Songe D'Automne
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAL5_7BE ... re=mh_lolz
    gabalbass
  • dBlackiedBlackie New
    Posts: 27
    dBlackie wrote:
    Jon wrote:
    Got my copy yesterday, and wow! They really nailed that sound, and the playing is brilliant. Hungaria especially!

    Jon

    Hey Jon. Just uploaded this. Whole band playing together the final 'take' of Songe D'Automne
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAL5_7BE ... re=mh_lolz
  • PassacagliaPassacaglia Madison, WI✭✭✭✭
    Posts: 1,471
    dBlackie wrote:
    Cheers, Dave - thanks again for doing this!
    Whole band playing together the final 'take' of Songe D'Automne
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAL5_7BE ... re=mh_lolz

    Got my copy yesterday, Dave - and WOW. Masterstroke in capturing the pre-war sweetness, and with such inspired talents! Thanks so much, Dave, both for sending this out so quickly and well, and for the quality of these recordings.
    -Paul

    pas encore, j'erre toujours.
  • JonJon melbourne, australiaProdigy Dupont MD50B, '79 Favino
    Posts: 391
    It's interesting how many different band setups are shown in the videos - from 4 mics on rhythm section, Fapy and the violinist, to just one with the clarinet, and Fapy up on a chair like that picture of Django in the studio. Seems like they moved around a lot even between used takes to refine the sound.

    What a wonderful album!
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