Few albums are legends. And it is even less those who have a previously little-known jazz pianist with a repertoire streaky on the title. Patrica Barber's Café Blue is just such a disk. The first publication in 1994, Barber suddenly made one of the most famous jazz singers and formed a of loyalty, that one would describe as a cult if the fans were not so great. Now appears under the direction of the original producers a new double LP in further improved sound quality thanks to a remixed from the multi-track tapes of the original production. , the new compound found in the legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles and we used the classic consoles on the spot and even the Hall chambers had already worked with Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, were reactivated. Sat at the controls of the original recording engineer Jim Anderson, who began his career with this album. The mastering of the new rough draft took Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, and finally took over the vinyl cutting Doug Sax of The Mastering Lab. All three are now living legends of their profession. This version of Café Blue released as a double LP with 180g 33rpm in glossy gatefold sleeve and illustrated. Comments are turned Prints by Thomas Conrad (Stereophile Magazine), Michael Friedman (co-producer of the album and chief of Premonition Records) and Jim Anderson. And now the sentence to which all have been waiting for those people who own this album already. Yes - it's worth. The sound quality of this variant in a league all its own, and even the excellent MFSL Box 3 can only apply for the best variant of the original mix. This new Premonition Records Mix Album transported to captivating way into the modern era and is likely to be the best sounding jazz recordings include five at all.