℗ 1969 Ovation Records
 

Once More With Feeling

Joe Venuti

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1.1
Popi
Joe Venuti
2:03
1.2
Little Green Apples
Joe Venuti
3:03
1.3
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Joe Venuti
2:32
1.4
Les Bicyclettes De Belsize
Joe Venuti
2:32
1.5
Windmills Of Your Mind
Joe Venuti
3:05
1.6
Autumn Leaves
Joe Venuti
3:34
1.7
I Wanna Be Happy
Joe Venuti
3:37
1.8
Purple Pussycat
Joe Venuti
3:43
1.9
Undecided
Joe Venuti
3:10
1.10
Four Finger Joe
Joe Venuti
3:17
Total Playing Time    30:36
Joe Venuti's Once More With Feeling is presented in a series of releases from the legendary independent record-label Ovation Records, founded in 1969 in Glenview, Illinois. Ovation Records was created to feature many different genres; the mid-1970s success of The Kendalls gave Ovation an image as a country music label, although it continued to record rock and pop. For several years, all Ovation LPs were released in a 4-channel matrix quadraphonic format, which was compatible with stereo 2-channel playback systems.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ovation Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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