The Soundtrack - American Epic: The Soundtrack (Mono) American Epic
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- 1Gonne Die with My Hammer in My Hand03:26
- 2On the Road Again02:51
- 4Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow03:00
- 5Mal Hombre03:32
- 6Peg and Awl02:57
- 7Tomi Tomi02:43
- 8The Indian Tom Tom02:37
- 9Cocaine Habit Blues02:52
- 10Up Above My Head02:58
- 11Down the Dirt Road Blues02:57
- 12Allons A Lafayette02:58
- 14Waiting for a Train02:48
- 15Jole Blon02:10
Info for The Soundtrack - American Epic: The Soundtrack (Mono)
American Epic: The Soundtrack highlights 15 recordings from the three-part documentary on one album, including original recordings by The Carter Family, Mississippi John Hurt, Charley Patton, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and more all restored to unprecedented levels of sonic fidelity. For this release, engineer Nicholas Bergh refined a transfer process using a mix of both modern and vintage equipment in order to extract the remarkable resolution from the records that is often missed. This reverse engineering approach to the transfer process enabled the restoration team of Grammy Award-winning engineer Peter Henderson, Duke Erikson and Joel Tefteller to get the resulting audio closer to the original performance than ever before.
The recordings they made of all the ethnic groups of America democratized the nation and gave a voice to everyone. Country singers in the Appalachians, Blues guitarists in the Mississippi Delta, Gospel preachers across the south, Cajun fiddlers in Louisiana, Tejano groups from the Texas Mexico border, Native American drummers in Arizona, and Hawaiian musicians were all recorded. It was the first time America heard itself.
This is not "remastering," in the normal sense, but something closer to fine art restoration. The intent is not for people to marvel at the antiquity of these discs, but rather to experience them as vital, immediate performances that speak to us as directly as they did on the day they were recorded not simply great art for their time, but great art for all times.
Please note: these are Mono recordings from 1928.
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