℗ 2013 2xHD
 

Girl Talk

Holly Cole Trio

The record ... became a Gold selling release in Canada and a staple gold standard recording for showing off any piece of audio gear (speakers, amplifiers, microphones, etc.) at Audiophile conferences internationally... A true audiophile gem.
- HollyCole.com

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1
My Foolish Heart: My Foolish Heart
Holly Cole Trio
4:34
2
Girl Talk
Holly Cole Trio
4:32
3
Talk to Me Baby
Holly Cole Trio
4:33
4
Cruisin'
Holly Cole Trio
4:40
5
Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
Holly Cole Trio
4:40
6
Whoopee!: My Baby Just Cares for Me
Holly Cole Trio
4:25
7
Rosalie: How Long Has This Been Going On?
Holly Cole Trio
5:55
8
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
Holly Cole Trio
4:24
9
My Melancholy Baby
Holly Cole Trio
5:03
10
Downtown
Holly Cole Trio
3:55
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    46:41
In March of 1990, the Holly Cole Trio, Holly Cole (Vocals), Aaron Davis (Piano) and David Piltch (Bass) determined that although they had recorded one small EP together "Christmas Blues" it was time to record their first full length album. They wanted to preserve the quintessence of their live performance by keeping the parameters of recording of that first full record very close to the live environment that they had come to dominate in Toronto's alternative Queen St West club scene. They enlisted Peter Moore who had just successfully produced the ground breaking "Trinity Sessions" for the Cowboy Junkies. They found the Stephen Leacock Theatre in Keswick, Ontario and proceeded to record live off the stage in the empty hall, with the band strategically placed around a single Calrec Ambisonic Microphone. All the takes are full takes, no overdubbing. The record was highly successful, became a Gold selling release in Canada and a staple gold standard recording for showing off any piece of audio gear (speakers, amplifiers, microphones, etc.) at Audiophile conferences internationally and set Holly Cole up for a long and successful career. A true audiophile gem.
HollyCole.com
"This recording was made with only one stereo microphone in a medium size concert hall. Mastered by René Laflamme and André Perry at Fidelio Technologies' mastering lab using the 2xHD process. A modified high-end dCS Vivaldi clock with silver and gold cables were used to create a very transparent sound."
- 2xHD

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