℗ 2022 Yvonne Vitale, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings.
Released October 2, 2023
Duration 20m 42s
Record Label Omnivore Recordings
Genre Rock (Classic Rock)
 

High Flyer EP

The Left Banke

Available in MQA and 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC high resolution audio formats
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1.1
Airborne
The Left Banke
3:20
1.2
I Don't Know (2002 Version)
The Left Banke
2:55
1.3
Until the End
The Left Banke
3:38
1.4
My Buddy Steve (Long Lost Friend)
The Left Banke
4:28
1.5
Meet Me in the Moonlight
The Left Banke
3:13
1.6
High Flyer
The Left Banke
3:08
Digital Booklet
The Left Banke arrived in 1966 with their hit singles “Walk Away Renee” (ranked #222 on Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs Of All Time” list in 2004) and “Pretty Ballerina,” with put them on the forefront of the genre now known as Baroque Pop. Founder Michael Brown left the band before their second album (The Left Banke Too—featuring “There’s Gonna Be A Storm,” the title of the long out-of-print and collectable anthology of their Smash Records repertoire), going on to involvement in other influential groups including Montage, Stories, and The Beckies. In 1978, original members Steve Martin Caro, Tom Finn, and George Cameron reunited to record tracks for Finn’s new publishing deal. The tracks would emerge nearly a decade later in the U.S. as Strangers On A Train. (They also appeared in the U.K. under the title Voices Calling) For the first time, that release is available again, on digital for the first time worldwide. Flash forward to 2001. Brown (who was hardly inactive in his songwriting) invited Caro to lay down vocals on new material he had written. In hopes of sparking a Left Banke resurgence, the tracks were circulated to industry insiders, but were not heard by the public at large. Those six tracks are now available digitally as High Flyer, to complete the Left Banke story. Produced for release by Daniel Coston, Scott Schinder, and Grammy®-winner Cheryl Pawelski, High Flyer presents the last recordings of this groundbreaking band, whose influence is not only still felt, but heard.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Omnivore Recordings Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit Tracks 1, 3, 6 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.72
-5.09 to -1.30
-18.17
-19.16 to -17.36
-15.42
-16.30 to -14.50
10
9 to 11
1
Airborne
-2.79-18.28-15.610
2
I Don't Know (2002 Version)
-2.33-18.39-15.411
3
Until the End
-2.07-17.61-15.111
4
My Buddy Steve (Long Lost Friend)
-1.30-17.36-14.511
5
Meet Me in the Moonlight
-5.09-19.16-16.39
6
High Flyer
-2.74-18.23-15.610

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