The Electric Recording Co. To Recreate Rare ’50s Jazz Titles As The ‘Finest LPs Money Can Buy’

From Vinyl Factory news:-

Hank Mobley and Tommy Flanagan lined up.


Back in 2012 Peacefrog label head and certified audiophile Pete Hutchison embarked on an ambitious mission to create the “best-sounding records in the world” with The Electric Recording Company. The label has since become a specialist in golden era classical recordings cut from original masters using vintage, valve-driven equipment.

Now ERC. has signed a deal with Concord Music Group, allowing it to apply its exhaustive process of recreation to some of the finest jazz records from the Prestige back-catalogue. The first titles on the slate are records by Hank Mobley, Tommy Flanagan, Elmo Hope and Jackie McLean, all produced by the revered Rudy Van Gelder. ERC has replicated the exact analogue production process of the era, using restored equipment including a rebuilt 1960 Lyrec lathe cutting and a Lyrec SVC tape machine.

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