Potions [from the 50s] LP non-numbered album, 180g, signed


This analog album is one of Lyn Stanley’s most popular.  Analog tape chain from recording to final mastering–just as it was done in the 1950s.  Lyn even used Frank Sinatra’s favorite Neumann microphone–U47 customized–for her vocals in this project.  Engineering–recording and mixing by the great Al Schmitt, the legend in the recording business and responsible for some of the most memorable albums.

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“Potions [from the 50s]” in 180 gram/45 RPM, 15 track, double album. Recorded at Capitol Record Studios (Hollywood, CA) and Avatar Studios (NYC) by Al Schmitt, Mastered by Bernie Grundman. Produced by Kenny Werner. Pressed at RTI.

Potions is an analog tape recording.  All tracks were mixed and mastered in analog tape.  Two of the 15 tracks are original ProTools recordings, one track is an analog/ProTools hybrid, and the other 12 tracks are pure analog tape. The musicians are stellar and the music is jazz reinvented in some POP tunes of the decade along with wonderful arrangements of jazz standards composed in the 50s.

Songs include:  Lullaby of Birdland, Cry Me A River, Fly Me To The Moon, Hey There, I’m Walkin’, You Don’t Know Me, In The Still of The Night, The Thrill Is Gone, A Summer Place, Love Potion #9, Teach Me Tonight, After The Lights Go Down Low, Misty, The Party’s Over.  Bonus track: The Man I Love.


Additional information

Weight 2.6 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 14 × 2 in


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