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My previous post on the Time SHM-CDs:
A selection of 10 albums from the Time catalogue was reissued on SHM-CD in 2008 by Victor Japan. These discs were remastered by Bernie Grundman (there's a photo of Grundman on the OBI and in the booklet).
I have the Sonny Clark Trio and it contains 14 tracks, one more previously unreleased track than the Hoffman mastered SACD, namely an extra alternate take of Nica. Sound is also best on the Grundman.
The albums with bonus tracks are highlighted in red. I don't know how many more of these were previously unreleased at the time.
VICJ-61541 Booker Little - Booker Little
VICJ-61542 Sonny Clark Trio - Sonny Clark Trio (14 tracks total)
VICJ-61543 Max Roach - Award-Winning Drummer (11 tracks total)
VICJ-61544 Terry Gibbs with Alice Coltrane - My Way
VICJ-61545 Kenny Dorham - Jazz Contemporary (11 tracks total)
VICJ-61546 Kenny Dorham - Showboat
VICJ-61547 Bennie Green - Bennie Green
VICJ-61548 Stanley Turrentine - Stan "The Man" Turrentine
VICJ-61549 Tommy Turrentine - Tommy Turrentine
VICJ-61550 Jackie Paris - Jackie Paris Sings The Lyrics Of Ira Gershwin (21 tracks total)
I think Solid's Bethlehem discs were loud, borderline tolerable.
However, their later Timeless reissues were not (significantly) louder than the original Dutch CDs, but no sonic upgrades either. Just equally good given the quality of the recordings. (I was able to download the Adams/Pullen discs in FLAC and compare them to the original CDs in my collection.)