Label: Tacet – L207 – 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl – AAA 100% Analogue
Limited Edition – Pure Analogue Audiophile Mastering
Play backwards – Pressed at Pallas Germany
This record could not be missed! Even if the technique of an inside out LP, a “reverse” running record was not new, so it was for quite a lot of vinyl fans something quite surprising, which they did not know before. For the LP “Bolero, La Valse”, you do not have to run your disc plate in the opposite direction – no, it is only meant that the groove from the inside of the record (where the “run-out groove”) to the outside of the LP running. Reason: Especially at the Bolero you have a very quiet passage at the beginning, which builds itself up to the end dynamically and consequently requires an ever wider groove – just from the inside to the outside! The result of this technique, which Tacet already with its tube technology already already technically advanced to the top: fulminant! 5/5 …..Vinylfan
Wonderful rendition of Bolero and a dynamic finish. La Valse is equally detailed and the first time the kettle drum cut in, it made me jump. Starting the record at the “end” took a few trys the first time, but it seems to do the trick. Absolutely the best recording of the Bolero ever! Incredible! No true audiophile or Ravel fan should be without it! …..AV review
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