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June in the Fields

June in the Fields

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1.1
Andaman Sea
June in the Fields
3:23
1.2
Maryann
June in the Fields
4:38
1.3
Summer Road
June in the Fields
4:05
1.4
Back in the Country
June in the Fields
5:53
1.5
With You That I Wanna Grow
June in the Fields
3:11
1.6
Your Grandmother's Wedding Ring
June in the Fields
4:58
1.7
Big Plans
June in the Fields
5:21
1.8
Dragonfly (Beautiful Day for Writing Songs)
June in the Fields
3:52
1.9
Computer by the Window (I Won't Surrender)
June in the Fields
4:11
Digital Booklet
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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