℗ 2013 Fidelio Musique

June in the Fields

June in the Fields

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"... a promising debut for the young duo ... another reference in sound is born ..."
- EnjoytheMusic.com

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Andaman Sea
June in the Fields
June in the Fields
Summer Road
June in the Fields
Back in the Country
June in the Fields
With You That I Wanna Grow
June in the Fields
Your Grandmother's Wedding Ring
June in the Fields
Big Plans
June in the Fields
Dragonfly (Beautiful Day for Writing Songs)
June in the Fields
Computer by the Window (I Won't Surrender)
June in the Fields
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Total Playing Time    39:32
"... the eponymous debut by the folk duo June in the Fields sounded wonderfully colourful and present ..."
- Stereophile

This 2013 debut from Montréal-based contemporary folk duo June in the Fields has been hailed as an audiophile masterpiece; an intimate, sparse production featuring nothing more than two voices and one guitar. The duo, consisting of Jean-Michel Renaud and Mélissa Brouillette, evokes the folk sensibilities of '60s and '70s-era singers-songwriters on this album. They are joined by double bassist Sébastien Saliceti on several songs.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz DSD – Fidelio Musique Studio Masters

Recorded in analogue
Analogue-to-digital transfers and mastering in in 352.8 kHz / 32-bit DXD
Enregistré au / Recorded at: 
Studio Planet, Montréal, QC, Canada

Direction artistique / Art Direction: Jean-Michel Renaud

Prise de son et matriçage /
Sound Engineering and Mastering: René Laflamme
Graphisme / Graphic Design
 - Photographie / Photography
: Michel Bérard / Nümoov Communication
Textes et Traduction / Copy and Translation: Aude Le Dubé

This recording was done with the Schoeps M222 (tube), Neumann U-67 (Tube), Neumann M-149 (tube), Telefunken m251 (tube) microphones connected to tubed preamplifiers. Recording made with a tube Ampex analogue recorder.

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