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Aerial Ballet Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (September 3, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Bmg Japan
  • ASIN: B000SM6ZWC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. 2007.

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Format: Audio CD
"Aerial Ballet" was Nilsson's second album. I've had this album in a variety of forms over the years; vinyl was the first and when it first appeared on CD ages ago I had it then as well. I picked up the combo import that has his first two albums plus "Aerial Pandomonium Ballet" which combines tracks from this album and Nilsson's first in remixed/re-recorded form. I recently picked up this Japanese remaster (which is simply a repressing of the 2002 as far as I can tell)in hopes that we might be getting a better version than the Camden edition which has his first two albums plus "Aerial Pandomonium Ballet" and is a European import.

This is certainly a five star album but I've docked this edition twos star for ear piercing, compressed sounding quality of the album. The bonus tracks are nice as is the packaging but can't make up for the trend towards compressed, harsh sounding CDs.

There's good news and bad news here. The good-this remaster has a wealthy of detail that was buried under noise reduction on previous editions and, as far as I can tell, it appears noise reduction hasn't been used here (EQ has eliminated most of the tape hiss).

The bad-this version suffers from peak limiting which can cause some distortion and there isn't much dynamic range here either due to compression. That means that much of the subtly of the instruments and, indeed, Nilsson's voice, can occasionally be lost in the presentation.

There are the bonus tracks that were tacked onto the Camden three-for 1 from 2000 included here as well including an early version of "Best Friend" the theme from the TV series "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" a popular 60's sitcom that starred Bil Bixby that Nilsson provided the music for.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ on February 7, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Confounding, at least at first. When John Lennon first heard Nlsson in 1968, he wanted to steel Harry from RCA and sign him to the freshly picked Apple. Paul agreed.

Now, let's take a minute: It is 1968. You are the biggest artist in the world. You have just formed your own label. Hendrix, Cream, any of the booming heavy bands are probably yours for the asking. That green apple, for the moment, symbolizes the Beatles unlimited resources and the unlimiited possibilities of the era.

And you single out......with all due respect.......Nilsson? The guy is almost doing chidren's music.

But when you listen to Arial Ballet, a few times, it begins to make sense. On two levels

In a sense, Nelsson's gentle, witty, storybook folk go back, in spirit if not notes, to the pub songs the Beatles heard as chidren. The first material they probably tried to play on their guitars. Think of the first track on Ariel Ballet, and it has an almost circus juggler sense of musicianship.

Yet, just as things were getting 1968 heavy--riots in the streets, Lennon talking about warm guns, fixes and monkey's--Nillson throws back to the innocent side that was getting so quickly lost: In 1967 it was summer of love, Paul fixing the hole where the rain gets in. In 1968, MLK and RFK and Chicago, the eagle picking John's eye and the worm licking his bone.

Ariel Ballet has the whimsical, pastoral, peaceful feel that was slipping away as things began to unravel: drugs, assinations. Nillson, here, seems to pull it all back in a plausable way. Plus his jazzy singing is great.

Some of this, "Little Cowboy," seems ridiculous now, but as a long long ago storybook, well, let's just say "don't leave this album. Things are gonna work out fine."
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By John San Juan on July 4, 2014
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
A magnificent record in content. Sundazed have really upped their game in remastering wax. Crucially so.
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By Danny Rust on January 11, 2013
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
Decided to get this after watching a documentary about Harry Nilsson. Really a great album. Really four more words ok.
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