Now up on Amazon, full version photo here (thanks to Dan and Louise).
Disc One 1. Flower Of The Mountain 2. Song Of Solomon 3. Lily 4. Deeper Understanding 5. The Red Shoes
Disc Two 1. This Woman’s Work 2. Moments Of Pleasure 3. Never Be Mine 4. Top Of The City 5. And So Is Love 6. Rubberband Girl
I look forward to getting this vinyl and the box-set!!! 😀
And the CD too of course, so excited! 😀
I will be getting the 3 disc CD special as soon as i can get my hands on it, would have loved it in a 24 bit 196kh SACD or DVD to :-0)
Chris (The Red Bruce)
Yes! Me too. And in 5.1! This music just calls for this! I find it very curious that Kate never seemed to be interested in surround sound… something that would give her so many more ways to experiment….
Maybe, like most people in the world (me included), she doesn’t own a 5:1 speaker system and has no interest in owning one or going to the expense of upgrading her studio?
Just a thought 🙂
Please Kate, don’t ever stop releasing your albums and singles on vinyl. We all love this format…. !!! 🙂
2 vynils for 11 songs?
Dear me – 11 songs on 4 sides … the urge for super-quality has one it from practicality again … Surely they could have fitted this nicely onto one very good quality disc!
And thought number two: Amazon initially advertised this as 3 vinyl box set. Just confusion on their behalf, but it produces another pang of disappointment that his ‘lavish’ box turns out to be merely a very stretched out single album …
I wonder why no high quality vynil version of TSW and TRS…
TSW has been released by Audio Fidelity, remastered on 180g vinyl, along with a gorgeous marbled pink remastered Hounds. I have them both and they are worth every penny.
The Red Shoes was released on vinyl, I know because I bought it at HMV the day the album was released.
Though hardly audiophile standard it is a decent pressing for it’s time, certainly better than contemporary EMI vinyl releases. However it does suffer by having 50 or so minutes of music contained on a single disc, which is why I am so glad that this is coming out as a double.
don’t get sucked in by “audiophile” re-issues, good original pressings will sound better every time 😉