Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – Now You Has Jazz (Remastered) (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Louis Armstrong and his Allstars - Now You Has Jazz (Remastered) (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Louis Armstrong and his Allstars
Album: Now You Has Jazz (Remastered)
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 36:50
Total Tracks: 8
Total Size: 1,30 GB


1. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (03:24)
2. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – C’est si bon (It’s so Good) (03:32)
3. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – Someday (04:43)
4. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (02:30)
5. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – Jerry (04:34)
6. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – Now You Has Jazz (07:02)
7. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – New Orleans Function (06:21)
8. Louis Armstrong and his Allstars – When the Saints Go Marching In (04:40)


Whether they called him “Satchmo” or simply the “man with the silver trumpet”, millions of people, from Mongolia to Munich, Milano and Mozambique, recognized the cherubic countenance, gravel voice, and high, rhythmic notes that bought thousands to greet him and hear him wherever he went – the magnetism was, at times, as awesome as his music could be. Louis Armstrong was one of the greatest musicians jazz ever produced, perhaps – and few, if any, will argue against this – the greatest.”More than any other jazz musician before or since, Louis Armstrong had a propensity for entertaining that stood him in good stead when it came time for the cameras to roll. It helped that he had a one-of-a-kind singing and speaking voice and could handle dialogue like a champ and mug shamelessly, but Louis’ presence on film was every bit a musical one as it was that of an comic entertainer. Working with the Turner Classic Movie network, Rhino has compiled 25 tracks taken from Armstrong’s appearances in the MGM movies The Strip, Cabin In the Sky, Glory Alley, High Society and When the Boys Meet the Girls. Five of the selections (“It’s A Most Unusual Day,” “One O’Clock Jump,” “I’m Coming Virginia,” “I Got Rhythm” and “Ain’t It the Truth”) are compiled from alternate takes and unissued material. While some see Pops as a clown in these films (those of whom are unable to connect the dots between extraordinary musicianship and fine comedic talent, thus making one legendary entertainer), the music reveals that his strong jazz roots were always close to the surface, making for great music to listen to when you can’t watch all the mugging that went with it. Nobody put more real jazz into the movies than Louis Armstrong, and here’s a solid collection of some of the very best of it.” (Cub Koda, AMG)

In the constant evolution of its proprietary mastering process, 2xHD has progressed to a new phase called 2xHD FUSION, integrating the finest analog, with state-of-the-art digital technology.

The mastering chain consists of a selection of high-end vacuum tube equipment. For the recordings on this album, the original ¼” 15 ips NAB master tapes were played on a Nagra-T tape recorder, modified with high-end tube playback electronics, wired with OCC silver cable from the playback head direct to a Nick Doshi tube head preamplifier. The Nagra T, with its four direct drive motors, two pinch rollers and a tape tension head, has one of the best transports ever made. A custom-built carbon fiber head block and a head damping electronic system permit 2xHD FUSION to obtain a better resolution and 3D imaging.

The resulting signal is then transferred into high resolution formats by recording it in DSD 11.2 MHz using a Merging Technologies’ Horus A to D converter. All analog and digital cables that are used are state of the art. The 2xHD FUSION mastering system is powered by a super capacitor power supply, using a new technology that lowers the digital noise found in the lowest level of the spectrum. A vacuum tube NAGRA HDdac (DSD) is used as a reference digital playback converter in order to A and B with the original analog master tape, permitting the fusion of the warmth of analog with the refinement of digital.

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