Bill Callahan - Apocalypse 2011 US

Apocalypse – 2011 US Black Vinyl


Edition: Standard LP Black Vinyl
Speed: 33 ⅓ rpm
Catalogue No: DC450
Barcode: 7 81484 04501 4
Matrix A: DC-450-A SAE MASTERING 19629.1(3)…
Matrix B: DC-450-B SAE MASTERING 19629.2(3)…


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  1. Bill Callahan’s 2009 US Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle and 2011 US Apocalypse sounds awesome. The mastering by Roger Seibel were absolutely stunning.

    Bill Callahan’s vocal is so smooth and rich, the acoustic instruments are an absolute joy to listen to. A really dynamic and quiet RTI pressing which I would like to see more of — some minor surface here and there, no biggies… It’s great to know lo-fi record could sound so wonderful!

Max

Turntable: Pioneer Exclusive P10 Cartridge: Shelter 7000 SUT: Shelter 407 Type II Phono Stage: Manley Chinook Tubes: 4x NOS Amperex 7308