Labelle – Phoenix

9 Mar

 

Release: DS144f

Source: SQ Encoded LP

Process: SQ*Final

Format: DVD-A/V  MLP: 24/44  DTS: 24/48  DD: 24/48

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3 Responses to “Labelle – Phoenix”

  1. Owen Smith February 12, 2014 at 18:00 #

    This is a good listen. Very active quad mix, voices and instruments all around. Great vocal harmony performances throughout. Sort of like gospel singing style to a pop beat and drums,

  2. OxfordDickie March 12, 2012 at 15:40 #

    Only two albums were released in quad, the other being 'Nightbirds', which will be released in due course

  3. Anonymous March 12, 2012 at 15:28 #

    You are my hero of the week (OK: the month, and possibly the year).

    I spent my university years in NYC in the early 1970s and attended more Labelle concerts than I can count. Their concerts were indescribable – sort of like some huge psychedelic tribal orgy. I also saw Patti's first solo show on Broadway (several times) and Sarah Dash's first solo show at the small club (long gone) called Reno Sweeney's down in Greenwich Village.

    Anyway, I was thrilled when somebody finally released “Pressure Cookin'” on CD last year (their only album for RCA); I long had the three Epic albums on CD. But you have surpassed that wish with the utterly f***ing SPECTACULAR mix of “Phoenix!” I hope my neighbors will like the album, as they will be hearing a lot of it.

    Any chance of Quad and/or DTS mixes of any of the other three Labelle albums (and “Gonna Take A Miracle” in which they sing backup for Laura Nyro?).

    So thank you! Vielen Dank! Děkuji moc! Mille grazie! Большое спасибо!

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