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John Coltrane: A Love Supreme (Vinyl Album)

shayex 225 293 September 18, 2016 at 11:57 AM in Music (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-19-2016 by slickdewmaster at 10:58 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has John Coltrane: A Love Supreme (Vinyl Album) on sale for $11.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks shayex

Note, this is temporarily out of stock, but can still be ordered. With purchase of this item will also include an AutoRip MP3 version of this album.

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John Coltrane's a Love Supreme was his pinnacle studio outing that at once compiled all of his innovations from his past, spoke of his current deep spirituality, and also gave a glimpse into the next two and a half years. Composed of four parts, each has a thematic progression leading to an understanding of spirituality through meditation - Discombobulated

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Edited September 18, 2016 at 01:36 PM by annie930ny
A Love Supreme [Vinyl] Original recording remastered - $11.99 @ Amazon. [amazon.com]
Includes a free mp3 version of the album.

The price seems to have been this way most of 2016, but still, considering its a classic and that I've seen it around $20 in several places (though it is $15.16 at B&N [barnesandnoble.com]), I thought I'd share.

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Vinyl audio quality is vastly superior to most sterile sounding CDs or downloads. If you don't own any vinyl or are super young, you of course wouldn't understand. It has nothing to do with "hipsters" at all and everything to do with true music lovers.
bluejen 11
Normally all the above comments would be right, but this is a re-print obviously and one of the amazon reviewers commented on the fact that it's not done very well:

"A very weak transfer. Best to keep looking out for the original orange and black Impulse lp, or, if you can afford it/find it, the 45 rpm reissue I believe was AS-77. This was thoroughly disappointing, Jones, Tyner and Garrison are reduced to sounding like a polite backing band on this transfer some unknown reason. This is one recording where the cd is still superior to the commonly available vinyl. Hopefully someone will get this right AND make it easily available to the public. Someday."

Someone commented that even the 45rpm reissue kind of sucks compared to the 1970s release.
if it was Roscoe P Coltrane I would have bought it
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Dem hipster "audiophiles" are gonna be all over this. TU
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Dem hipster "audiophiles" are gonna be all over this. TU
Vinyl is mainstream. Nothing hipster about it man.Cool
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Vinyl is mainstream. Nothing hipster about it man.Cool
Nah thats still the most hipster way to own music nowadays. All the inconvenience and inferior audio quality plus the cost. I just dont understand.
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it'll be over $20 shortly on Amazon
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looks like i got it for $10 in june
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Coltrane! People should be all over this deal.
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Nah thats still the most hipster way to own music nowadays. All the inconvenience and inferior audio quality plus the cost. I just dont understand.
Vinyl audio quality is vastly superior to most sterile sounding CDs or downloads. If you don't own any vinyl or are super young, you of course wouldn't understand. It has nothing to do with "hipsters" at all and everything to do with true music lovers.
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I took a class in signal processing in college and promptly bought a turntable. Analog sounds better. Digital can sound just as good, but the sampling rates we use are way too low. Google the Nyquist frequency if you don't believe me.
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Quote from bluejen View Post :
Vinyl audio quality is vastly superior to most sterile sounding CDs or downloads. If you don't own any vinyl or are super young, you of course wouldn't understand. It has nothing to do with "hipsters" at all and everything to do with true music lovers.
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I took a class in signal processing in college and promptly bought a turntable. Analog sounds better. Digital can sound just as good, but the sampling rates we use are way too low. Google the Nyquist frequency if you don't believe me.
Serious question -- what makes analog better than digital?

I googled Nyquist frequency, but Wikipedia's explanation is really technical and, quite frankly, goes over my head. I'm not a dummy, but I'm not an audiophile or sound engineer either. Would much appreciate it if you guys could explain the disparity in more basic terms.

I grew up in the 1980's when vinyl had already given way to cassette tapes in most consumer applications (e.g. car stereos), so I never really got to experience records. I know digital music is often compressed, so you lose nuances and subtleties, but that's about the extent of my understanding. I'm not sure how analog avoids this issue, or what its possible drawbacks might be?

Thanks in advance and repped! Smilie
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Coltrane! People should be all over this deal.
I was when they offered it for $10 a couple months ago
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Great record!
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Vinyl audio quality is vastly superior to most sterile sounding CDs or downloads. If you don't own any vinyl or are super young, you of course wouldn't understand. It has nothing to do with "hipsters" at all and everything to do with true music lovers.
"true music lovers" LMAO
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if it was Roscoe P Coltrane I would have bought it
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