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Weather Report
Heavy Weather

  (Item #: weathheavy_1902_1905-) 

Our Price: $99.99
Sale Price: $79.00 (You save $20.99 / 21%)


  • With outstanding Double Plus (A++) sound or close to it from start to finish you will not believe how BIG and BOLD this copy is
  • Birdland on this pressing has some of the most dynamic, wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling jam-packed sound ever committed to vinyl
  • Joe Zawinul and Jaco Pastorius are both here and at the absolute peak of their creative powers - this is a work of GENIUS
  • Allmusic 5 Stars: ''Birdland' is a remarkable bit of record-making, a unified, ever-developing piece of music that evokes, without in any way imitating, a joyous evening on 52nd St. with a big band."
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Weather Report
Tale Spinnin'

  (Item #: weathtales_1710_1810) 

Our Price: $49.99

  • With two excellent Double Plus (A++) sides, this copy of the band's 1975 release will be hard to beat
  • Recorded by Bruce Botnick at Wally Heider's, this is one of the few Weather Report albums that has anything close to audiophile sound
  • So solid, spacious, and rich, this copy has the room the myriad instruments and recorded effects need
  • "Spinnin’ convinces once again that Weather Report is the most adventurous, meticulous and consistently stimulating band working in the electric-jazz idiom.” Rolling Stone
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The Recordings of Weather Report

Four that Didn't Make the Grade

  (Item #: weather_report) 



These are just some of the recordings by Weather Report that we've auditioned over the years and found wanting. Without going into specifics we'll just say these albums suffer from poor performances, poor sound, or both, and therefore do not deserve a place in your collection, and may even belong in our Hall of Shame.

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Weather Report Albums with Hot Stampers

Weather Report Albums We've Reviewed



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The Recordings of Weather Report

Three that Didn't Make the Grade

  (Item #: weather_report_2) 



These are just some of the recordings by Weather Report that we've auditioned over the years and found wanting. Without going into specifics we'll just say these albums suffer from poor performances, poor sound, or both, and therefore do not deserve a place in your collection, and may even belong in our Hall of Shame.

A Free Service provided to the Audiophile Public, courtesy of Better Records.

Weather Report Albums with Hot Stampers

Weather Report Albums We've Reviewed



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Weather Report - Heavy Weather

Our Shootout Winner from 2011

  (Item #: weathheavy_2011) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Jazz Hall of Fame.

TWO AMAZING SIDES ON QUIET VINYL, including an A+++ side one! The sound was positively jumping out of the speakers and dynamic as all get out. The grit, grain and grunge of the typical pressing was nowhere to be found on EITHER side of this copy, and that alone puts it in a very special league. Drop the needle on either side and get ready for some of the most dynamic, wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling jam-packed sound ever committed to vinyl.

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Weather Report - Heavy Weather

Finding the Rare Pressing with an Actual Top End

  (Item #: weathheavy_top_end) 



Another in our series of Home Audio Exercises.

It has been our experience that the copies with high frequency extension and the clarity, space and percussive energy that results from it are consistently the best sounding. You may have read elsewhere on the site that what separates many of the best Columbia LPs from their competition is an open, extended top end. For some reason Columbia, more than most labels, had a habit of making slightly dull records. Dull does not work for this album.

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Weather Report - Heavy Weather

Listening in Depth

  (Item #: weathheavy_listen) 



Presenting another entry in our extensive Listening in Depth series.

This one is for Weather Report's MASTERPIECE of Jazz Fusion, Heavy Weather.

Our Track Commentary below has lots of What To Listen For (WTLF) advice to help you evaluate any copies you may have.

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Weather Report - Sweetnighter

Our Shootout Winner from 2015

  (Item #: weathsweet_2015) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Jazz Hall of Fame.

Side two earned a grade of A+++, absolutely As Good As It Gets! The top end is fully extended here in a way the average copy barely hints at, and the overall sound is amazingly transparent and three-dimensional. The brass is full and rich, the percussion is lively and present, and the bass is weighty and defined.

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Weather Report - Sweetnighter

What to Listen For

  (Item #: weathsweet_wtlf) 



Another in our series of Home Audio Exercises with advice on What to Listen For (WTLF) as you critically evaluate your copy of the album. What surprised us most about the dozen or so copies that we played for this shootout was how wrong most copies of this album sound. They're SOUR in the midrange. On this kind of music, a sour midrange is the kiss of death. Those copies that aren't sour are frequently just plain dull. On a recording like this, so full of percussion -- which to be honest LIVES OR DIES on the quality of its percussion -- dullness is devastating.
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