One of the more individual tenors to emerge from the swing era, the distinctive Buddy Tate came to fame as Herschel Evans’ replacement with Count Basie’s Orchestra. Recorded at New Orleans Jazzclub Scheveningen Holland a beautiful partnership between one of the most individual tenors from the swing era the distinctive Buddy Tate, and the always swinging Harry “Sweets” Edison, who got the most mileage out of a single note and is immediately recognizable within a note or two for his long-used repetition and simplicity.
Harry «Sweets» Edison got the most mileage out of a single note, like his former boss Count Basie. Edison, immediately recognizable within a note or two, long used repetition and simplicity to his advantage while always swinging. He played in local bands in Columbus and then in 1933 joined the Jeter-Pillars Orchestra. Mixed directly on two-track analog tracks, the absolute best sounding format. The transfer is made to the best magnetic tape on the market today, Recording the master, SM468. This tape has the best Print-through protection and longest storage life. Pure analog recording on reel tape and must have in your library!
The 2xHD team proud to announce the receipt of two prestigious 2020 Awards: THE POSITIVE FEEDBACK 2020 PRODUCT OF THE YEAR AWARD was given for Audiophile Analog Collection Vol 2 for Release on Reel Master Tape and HIGH FIDELITY’s BEST RECORDING 2020 Award was bestowed on 2xHD for two pure analog recordings: Audiophile Analog Collection Vol 1 and Audiophile Analog Collection Vol 2. Feel The Warmth!