Kind Of Blue

Kind Of Blue

August 17, 1959
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Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2020
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2.0 out of 5 stars !!! "SHIP ON AMAZON PACKAGING" !!!!
By Gabriel F de Britto on May 18, 2020
I can say with a certain degree of certainty that one of the main reasons Vinyl collectors pay for music in Vinyl format has to do with the feeling of having something concrete and tangible to be touched, displayed, and listened to. There's a story behind each album you choose (that only you know why), and when you spend money on Vinyl (and they are not cheap!!) you expect all the components of a particular record to be there (a good pressing, intact cover along with intact inner/outer sleeves). Well...
That said I have never had a problem with Amazon Vinyls until recently. In my last two orders, my records were simply left bare on my front door, with the tag slapped on the sealing outer plastic. After further research, I REALIZED THERE'S NOW A BUTTON TO REQUEST FOR PROPER PACKAGING.

Look... I get it. It's important to be mindful of waste and it helps to save costs/space/handling etc. (and in fairness, Amazon is not YET charging for the additional packaging request - although I can already see that becoming a thing across the whole platform in the near future - And frankly, I won't hold you back. I rather have the choice, assuming costs will go down on my end as well), but when it comes to Records, please, just assume that those things are fragile. My Miles Davis record was left in the rain, then the sun beat down on it for hours before I got home. Water damage was just one of the issues, as I'm sure the delivery driver pretty much tuck that album in the back of the van, with other stuff on top of it, because all the corners were smashed... The bottom line here: Amazon!! Please, make Record-boxing a standard procedure that includes plastic wrap + carton boxing. Make sure this option is the standard for fragile items, and if I decide not to box it, then I can uncheck that option... Thank you.
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Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2018
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LoloPépé86
3.0 out of 5 stars Attention ne pas se tromper d'édition !
Reviewed in France on November 19, 2019
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3.0 out of 5 stars Attention ne pas se tromper d'édition !
Reviewed in France on November 19, 2019
Miles Davis LP Kind of blue.
Deux rééditions sont couramment rencontrées : celle-ci, fabriquée par DOL, qui est une société russe pressant ses disques en république tchèque et une autre, Columbia, propriété actuelle de Sony. C'est la 2e qu'il faut absolument prendre, surtout que les prix sont quasiment similaires.
Celle de DOL : pochette avers : aucune mention d'éditeur. Revers : photo de Davis sans contraste et ressemblant plus à une photocopie toute moche.
Celle de Sony : mention sur les 2 faces de l'éditeur (Columbia et Sony Legacy). Photos plus nettes. On dirait l'original. J'ai mis des photos de l'édition Sony. Comparez avec DOL.
Le label du LP de Sony est aussi la copie presque identique de l'original. Celui de DOL est tout simple en noir et blanc.
Le son est plus net, plus clair sur la 2e édition. Scène stéréo plus ouverte, meilleure définition. Les bandes analogiques ont dû être utilisées alors que j'imagine que les Russes ont du se contenter d'un CD à 2 balles pour faire leur sauce.
La différence audio saute aux oreilles surtout au casque.
De manière générale il faut essayer d'éviter les labels comme ceux là car les sources sont souvent peu fiables. Les seules accessibles pour eux sont les CD du commerce. Alors pourquoi acheter ce qui n'est finalement qu'un CD qui s'use ?...
Bonne écoute.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Try it on your cat
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 7, 2018
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Mr. K. R. Fallon-Norris
3.0 out of 5 stars Great album poor pressing (Blue and Black Vinyl)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 27, 2019
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igloo
3.0 out of 5 stars WOW music but a recording of its day with audible tape hiss and occasional high frequency distortion
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 28, 2021
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paul
1.0 out of 5 stars Receiving the product as advertised
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 24, 2020
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