Dick Schory – Movin’ On

13 Apr

Dick Schory - Movin' On DS247f sm

Many thanks to  ‘Romanotrax’ for supplying a rip of this album for testing during the development of the EV-4/II process.

Release: DS247f

Source: EV-4 LP

Process: EV-4/II



6 Responses to “Dick Schory – Movin’ On”

  1. capt2muchclutter May 14, 2013 at 21:14 #

    Nice. Not much that hasn’t been said, but that is some of the best, cohesive, warm, round, solid bass I’ve ever heard.

  2. Owen Smith April 28, 2013 at 14:44 #

    Not really my thing, but a few nice tracks. Definitely evocative of the 1970s in muscial style, you wouldn’t mistake it for anything else. Now where’s my kaftan?

  3. romanotrax April 14, 2013 at 17:09 #

    Wow this sounds WAAAY better than the early tests!! Really nice and balanced with great bass. This sounds so much richer than the album in stereo. Nice one!!

  4. inquadwetrust April 14, 2013 at 16:16 #

    Superb musicianship and engineering abound on this one with fantastic separation. It’s in the same vein as Enoch Light and Buddy Rich with nice variation to the genres and approach. The sonics are really nice with great depth to the kettle drums and sweet highs for the cymbals and marimbas. Track 3 – ‘Song For A Small Boy’ is beautifully put together and is only missing either Gainsbourg, The Free Design or even Stereolab vocalising over the top. I often think the Easy Listening/Big Band genre is over looked through the perception of it being cheesy. It’s not all like James Last though – this album features outstanding musician ship and recording technique matched with a lively surround mix. Track four – ‘The Bad Guys’ swings hard despite the featherlight instrumentation. This is 35mm technicolor scope quad – fix yourself a cocktail, turn down the lights and turn this up.

    Great work OD and Romanotrax – this is a lovely transfer and a great decode.

  5. beukenoot April 14, 2013 at 13:36 #

    Good quality! Is this reafrom lp? There is also a reel tape from it:

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