Jazz at the Pawnshop (1976)

Braham, Dougherty, Ellington, Hardin-Armstrong, Lillian, Hodges, Hawkins, Gershwin, van Heusen, Parker, Lewis, Desmond, Dennis

Various Artists

Egil Johansen, Bengt Halberg, Lars Erstrand, Georg Riedel, Arne Domnerus

Essentially, of course, it is all a question of love. Love of roots, origins, a musical habitat. Call it swing or third stream jazz if you want to, or mainstream or traditionalism. Associated with the solid precursors of the 20s, 30s and 40s with Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Bunny Berigan, Coleman Hawkins.  Or quite simply with all tunes that were written when it all happened and which long ago planted themselves, legs apart and hands on hips, in the folklore of twentieth century America.
Use which ever words you like. But don't talk about nostalgia - at least not in the mawkish sense we usually emply the term. For nostalgia - to dedicated musicians, just as to conscious listeners - remains a question of quality, not a matter of annular rings and laments for lost time.  We love Frank Sinatra, not because he imbodied middle age, suffering and transitory brilliance but because he happened to be an incomparable vocalist. We were struck dumb by Charlie Pareker, not just because he belonged to the postwar era and our very own decade of the 1940s (as did so many others inferior to him) but because on his way between birth and downfall he contrived to blow a few phrases, the like of which the world had never heard.  
Nor, turning to consider this affectionate production, do we love the old songs because they are old, we love them because they are good. They were written at a time when standards were high and when imagination and harmonic inspiration still seemed inexhaustible.
Where in Stockholm should the afficionados forgather if not at Stampen, the former pawnshop in the old city, the music pub that developed into a swedish offshoot of St. Germain-des-Pres?  

Arne Domnérus, Alto Sax, Clarinet
Bengt Hallberg, Piano
Lars Erstrand, Vibes
Georg Riedel, Bass
Egil Johansen, Drums

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Jazz at the Pawnshop (1976)

Braham, Dougherty, Ellington, Hardin-Armstrong, Lillian, Hodges, Hawkins, Gershwin, van Heusen, Parker, Lewis, Desmond, Dennis

Various Artists

Mastering Engineer:

Analog to High Definition DSD & DXD Digital Transfers –
René Laflamme, V.P. Engineering at 2xHD
2xHD Executive Producer: André Perry

  • For the 2xHD transfer of this recording, the original 1/4”, 15 ips CCIR master tape was played on a NAGRA IV-S Tape recorder – the same model as used in the original recording – with a pair of Dolby 361, using a hi-end tube pre-amplifier with OCC silver clables. We did an analog transfer for each HiRez sampling and A & B comparisons were made with both the original LP, using the Kronos turntable, as well as the best available CD, using the Nagra HD Dac and dCS Vivaldi DAC, throughout the process. 

64fs DSD was done using dCS 905 and dCS Vivaldi clock 
DXD 352.8kHz was done using dCS 905 and dCS Vivaldi clock 
128fs DSD was done using Ayre QA9pro

Mastering Equipment:2xHD Mastering
Producer:Jacob Boethius
Recording Engineer:Gert Palmcrantz
Recording location:Jazzpuben Stempen(Pawnshop) Stockholm, Sweden
Recording Type & Bit Rate:Analog to DSD256

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Limehouse Blues
Braham
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I'm Confessin
Dougherty
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High Life
Ellington
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Struttin with Some Barbeque
Hardin-Armstrong, Lillian
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Jeeps Blues
Ellington, Hodges
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Stuffy
Hawkins
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Lady, be Good! - Oh, lady, be good!
Gershwin
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Here's that Rainy Day
van Heusen
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Barbados
Parker
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How High the Moon
Lewis
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Take Five
Desmond
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Everything Happens to Me
Dennis
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