Never before been pressed to vinyl, Shirley Hornís Softly is reflective of the albumís late night recording sessions at Peirre Spreyís home recording studio in rural Maryland, aptly named Mapleshade Studio. The 1988 release is commonly referred to as one of Hornís most introspective and emotionally intensive records to date. With her sidemen Charles Ables (bass) and Steve Williams (percussion) gathered into a quaint, pastoral living room full of recording equipment, the trio plowed through the tunes, tracking almost until dawn. The album was remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany.

Never before been pressed to vinyl, Shirley Hornís Softly is reflective of the albumís late night recording sessions at Peirre Spreyís home recording studio in rural Maryland, aptly named Mapleshade Studio. The 1988 release is commonly referred to as one of Hornís most introspective and emotionally intensive records to date. With her sidemen Charles Ables (bass) and Steve Williams (percussion) gathered into a quaint, pastoral living room full of recording equipment, the trio plowed through the tunes, tracking almost until dawn. The album was remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany.

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Softly [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition White LP]

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Format: Vinyl - Indie Exclusive
Label: ORG MUSIC
Genre: Blues/Jazz
Rel. Date: 11/09/2018
UPC: 711574836413

Softly [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition White LP]
Artist: Shirley Horn
Format: Vinyl - Indie Exclusive
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Never before been pressed to vinyl, Shirley Hornís Softly is reflective of the albumís late night recording sessions at Peirre Spreyís home recording studio in rural Maryland, aptly named Mapleshade Studio. The 1988 release is commonly referred to as one of Hornís most introspective and emotionally intensive records to date. With her sidemen Charles Ables (bass) and Steve Williams (percussion) gathered into a quaint, pastoral living room full of recording equipment, the trio plowed through the tunes, tracking almost until dawn. The album was remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany.