wesbed Posted March 7, 2003 Report Share Posted March 7, 2003 I keep meaning to purchase Jimmy Smith’s Groovin’ at Small’s Paradise but never do because it’s a double disk set. It’s one of the two or three RVGs I don’t yet own. I read, if I remember correctly, that the recording quality is not too good? I buy the music for the music, however, I do appreciate a good sound if it’s available. I read, via the ‘former’ BNBB, some opinions that Groovin’ at Small’s Paradise is no better or possibly worse than Blakey’s Meet You at the Jazz Corner regarding the sound quality. Is this true? Also, how does Groovin’ at Small’s Paradise compare to the RVG of Rollin’s Live At the Village Vanguard? I believe Live At the Village Vanguard’s sound quality is good enough to really enjoy. I also like Meet You at the Jazz Corner. I have no problem with the screeching and buzzing that some have written about. How does Groovin’ at Small’s Paradise compare? I’m sure the playing is fantastic regardless of the quality of the sound. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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