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My Buddy - Jackie Gleason - Jackie Gleason Presents Velvet Brass (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Feb 22,  · Many of us, I assume, own our host's excellent masterings of Jackie Gleason albums from back in the s and '60s, and if you don't, you should! That VELVET BRASS CD, for instance, is a model of early stereo pop recording combined with excellent mastering.
  2. The big Jackie Gleason sound of the vinyl LP didn't survive the digital remastering to CD. If you pop it into your CD player, in stereo, the spatial sound is not right. The orchestra sounds like it's at the correct distance from you but, the alto sax solo of Toots Mondello is right in your ear!/5(6).
  3. Elegant Retro Romantic Easy Listening LP, Jackie Gleason Music For Lovers Only, s Vintage Vinyl Record Album, My Funny Valentine, Body & Soul, Love Is Here to Stay. Great condition! This beautiful album on the iconic Capitol Records label is one of the loveliest installments of the highly.
  4. Jackie Gleason Presents A Taste Of Brass For Lovers Only Vintage Vinyl Record Album lp Capitol Records SW Full Dimensional Stereo NostalgiaRocks 5 out of 5 .
  5. Artist Jackie Gleason. Title Velvet Brass. 1 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. A nearly perfect record. A NM- record has more than likely never been played, and the vinyl will Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Scranton Pressing Vinyl release of Jackie Gleason Presents Velvet Brass on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - W • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono Scranton Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening/5(24).
  7. Mar 04,  · Velvet Brass () Velvet Brass () Love the outfits, love the poses, love the random arrangement of horns. This is so very s. #4. Tawny () Tawny () Well hello there, legs! At the time of Tawny‘s release, Gleason already had two of the ten best-selling records in the country. As a promotional gimmick, a record chain in Buffalo.
  8. Jackie Gleason Musical Discography (click here for the film and television timeline) In Gleason actively pursued record companies in an attempt to market a type of mood music he had dreamed of for years. None was interested until the following year when Capitol Records agreed to record his first album, Music for Lovers Only.

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