Get 12 Music Matters Jazz 2019 Blue Note reissues on SRX vinyl.
Includes the titles:
1. Johnny Griffin - Introducing (SRX) - 33 rpm Mono
2. Joe Henderson - Inner Urge (SRX) - 33 rpm Stereo
3. Lou Donaldson - Blues Walk (SRX) - 33 rpm Mono
4. Art Blakey - Free For All (SRX) - 33 rpm Stereo
5. Hank Mobley - Quintet (SRX) - 33 rpm Mono
6. Sonny Rollins - Volume 1 (SRX) - 33 rpm Mono
7. Art Blakey - A Night in Tunisia - (SRX) 33 rpm Stereo
8. Kenny Dorham - Afro-Cuban (SRX) - 33 rpm Mono
9. Horace Silver - Song For My Father (SRX) - 33 rpm Stereo
10 Johnny Griffin - Vol. 2 A Blowing Session (SRX) - 33 rpm Mono
11. Wayne Shorter - Adam's Apple (SRX) - 33 rpm Stereo
12. Grant Green - Solid (SRX) - 33 rpm Stereo
SRX stands for "Silent Running Xperience." SRX is our own formula, conceived and developed by Rick Hashimoto of Record Technology and manufactured by TPC Plastics. Its noise floor is fathoms lower than any other vinyl we know of out there past or present. Records pressed with it look like normal black discs until you hold them up to the light and see that they are translucent and smoky, silvery gray in color.
The near-perfect silence of SRX Vinyl virtually frees the music from groove noise and draws you further into the listening space, setting it in relieve so distinct, full and spacious it's nearly sculptural. You hear more of what's on the original tapes, not only of the notes played on the instruments but the experience of the event itself. That's why we call it Silent Running Xperience.
Like all Music Matters Jazz releases, this is cut from the original analog tapes, mastered by Ron Rambach and Kevin Gray at Cohearant Audio, and pressed at Record Technologies Inc. (RTI). The gorgeous gatefold jacket is from Stoughton Printing in City of Industry, California and includes exclusively licensed photos from the original session inside.