Jason Isbell - South Eastern 2013 EU

Southeastern – 2015 UK/US Black Vinyl


Edition: 180g Black Vinyl, Gatefold
Speed: 33 ⅓ rpm
Catalogue No: SE-9984
Barcode: 7 94504 79943
Matrix A: 129049E1/E
Matrix B: 129049E2/D


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  1. Jason Isbell’s vinyl releases on Southeastern Records all sounded excellent. They were beautifully mastered by Peter Lyman and the pressings were mostly quiet.

    If I have to pick, this 2013 Southeastern GZ Media pressing is my favourite of the three, this repress fixed distortion problems from the first pressing, sounded dynamic and more analogue like. The Nashville Sound comes close second, it is also highly dynamic and punchy but slightly more digital like. Something More Than Free is no slouch either, you would be happy with the SQ of any of these three albums.

    I had the 2014 Southeastern repress by Welcome to 1979 briefly, which was cut by Cameron Henry. I prefer this 2013 Southeastern GZ Media pressing for slightly better dynamic and snappier sound.

Max

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