Posted by DjPaulT on 31st August 2010
BURNING THE GROUND EXCLUSIVE 1984
“September Song” is an American pop standard composed by Kurt Weill, with lyrics by Maxwell Anderson. It was introduced by Walter Huston in the 1938 Broadway musical Knickerbocker Holiday, which enjoyed only moderate success and closed after six months. The song has since been recorded by numerous singers and instrumentalists. It was used in the 1950 film September Affair, and the popularity of the film caused Huston’s recording to hit the top of the 1950 hit parade. It was used as the music for the credits in the television series May to December (a quote from the opening line of the song).
Ian McCulloch, of Echo & the Bunnymen, released a version of the song as a solo single which reached number 51 on the U.K. Singles Chart in 1984 . McCulloch’s single was backed with a rendition of “Muscles And Cockles” also known as “Molly Malone”.
Includes Free Poster
(B2) Cockles And Mussels 2:40
Written-By – James Yorkston (2)
All vinyl rips are recorded in full 24bit 96khz resolution and then resampled to 16/44 and encoded from wave to FLAC Lossless level 8.
FLAC files can be played using Foobar2000 media player and it’s free!
What Is FLAC?
Vinyl 12″ Single
From My Personal Collection.
Artwork Scanned from Original 12″ Single @ 600 dpi
With Brother MFC-6490CW Professional Series Scanner
Edited and Restored Using Adobe Photoshop CS4
Turntable: Pro-Ject Debut III
Cartridge: Ortofon Super 20
Bellari VP130 Tube Phono Preamp
Soundcard: ESI Juli@
Recording (32bit/96kHz float using ASIO drivers)
*Manual removal of remaining clicks
*Editing and splitting of tracks
*DC bias correction
CLICKS REMOVED USING CLICKREPAIR
DeClick Level: 10 DeCrackle: Off
Converted Wav to very high quality Mp3/320 kbps using dBpoweramp 13.1
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