Lyn Stanley's London Calling is destined to be another jazz favorite / Computer Audiophile
Next week Native DSD Music will be releasing the new album from sultry Jazz Singer Lyn Stanley – "London Calling: A Toast to Julie London" in Stereo DSD 256, DSD 128 and DSD 64. It will include 17 tracks including a bonus track featuring Lyn's recording of the classic "I Heard It Through The Grapevine." The alkbum is destined to be another audiophile favorite.
London Calling features a stellar line-up of Studio Musicians, Recording Engineers and of course, Lyn Stanley. This includes John Chiodini (guitar and featured artist), Mike Garson (piano), Christian Jacob (piano), Chuck Berghofer (bass), Mike Valerio (bass), Paul Kreibich (drums), Aaron Serfaty (drums and percussion), Luis Conte (percussion), Brad Dutz (percussion) and Lyn Stanley (vocals).
Recording credits include Producer: Lyn Stanley, Associate Producer: John Chodini, Recording Engineers: Steve Genewick, Roubie Kapoor, and Spencer Garcia, Mixing Engineer: Alan Sides and Mastering Engineer: Bernie Grundman.
NativeDSD will offer the album in Stereo DSD 64 and DSD 128 – mastered by Bernie Grundman. In addition, we will have a Stereo DSD 256 edition of the album – only available from Native DSD. NativeDSD Mastering Engineer Tom Caulfield created the DSD256 edition, which has already received early rave reviews from two industry insiders who were given an early preview of the DSD 256 edition: