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Swingin' with Prince Igor and Tannhäuser (Remastered from the Original Somerset Tapes)

Skip Martin

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1.1
Swingin' with Prince Igor, Pt. 1
Skip Martin
2:53
1.2
Swingin' with Prince Igor, Pt. 2
Skip Martin
4:15
1.3
Swingin' with Prince Igor, Pt. 3
Skip Martin
2:25
1.4
Swingin' with Prince Igor, Pt. 4
Skip Martin
4:47
1.5
Tannhäuser
Skip Martin
14:57
Total Playing Time    29:17
Skip Martin's "Symphony in Jazz" presents Swingin' with Prince Igor and Tannhäuser. The collection comes courtesy of Countdown Media's restoration of the master tapes from renowned legacy label, Ashire/Somerset.

The Alshire/Somerset labels feature the renowned 101 Strings Orchestra, a household name in easy listening, and many other artists. It boasts 10,000 recordings of classic pop songs, soundtracks, latin and world music, all remastered from the original tapes.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Somerset Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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