Zev Feldman of Resonance Records. Zev is a record hunter and the Indiana Jones of lost Jazz. He gives us the lowdown on digging up old albums and breathing new life into Bill Evens, Wes Montgomery and more. Special co-host Bryan Beasley.
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I enjoyed the episode. No conversation about how the unearthed titles are produced? Feldman, with his devotion to preserving the recorded legacy, seems like the kind of guy who’d insist on cutting LPs from tape, not files, but perhaps I’m wrong. It’s a rare treat when you hear the difference.
I look forward to exploring some of Resonance’s unique output.
I really enjoyed the podcast and learning more about planned releases by Resonance. The work being done there is to the benefit of all who love jazz and it’s history.
Zev and Resonance Records just released Wes Montgomery – In Paris on a double CD. You can also check out the LP version here: http://www.resonancerecords.org/release.php?cat=HLP-9032
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