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Casino Royale ( soundtrack). Novel — Film — Song — Soundtrack — Characters The original music is by Burt Bacharach. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass.


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A normal sound system simply can't reproduce this series of very quick transients" -- stiff sound waves -- "at a very soft level. The "Casino Royale" movie is memorable mostly as an artifact of its era. Bacharach, who in turn enlisted Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass to play the title cut. Just cannot do it. The soundtrack, like everything else about the movie, was over the top. Pearson explains that a sound engineer usually adjusts recording levels so that when musicians are playing their loudest, the meters on the console reach zero. But I don't think there's one quite as useful overall. Pearson founded the Absolute Sound in when he was still an environmental reporter for Newsday, and he tries to apply objective reporting to the subjective experience of listening to music. It represents "the paradigm," says one audiophile, "the paramount, if you will. I mean, longer than the average thing. Doris, technical director of the Absolute Sound, "you know what's going to happen to the price of the records. Pearson adds. Null knows all the legends, too, and he says he was as surprised as anyone when he played the tape and heard "a certain brightness. I knew they're going to say" -- here he slows his voice to an academic drone and repeats a frequent criticism of compact disks in general -- 'The digital transfer added a brightness to the treble. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Null calls the CD "a tiny bit too bright," but he says the sound is "exactly as the producers mixed it onto the tape. Null has heard that rumor, too, and he attributes it to a loss of iron oxide that is inevitable when rewinding analog tapes, especially at high speeds. Pearson says. Of all the millions of recordings released in the years since Thomas Edison asked, "What hath God wrought? Whatever its merits, the CD release has sparked a new "Casino Royale" legend only now starting to make the rounds -- that Varese Sarabande inadvertently destroyed the master tape during the transfer. Feldman, who had bought the rights to Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel before the movie series became a hit, conceived of "Casino Royale" as the film that would out-Bond Bond. Collectors, however, take pride inbuying copies for a song. And he hired the hottest movie composer of the time, Mr. Collectors of "Casino Royale" aren't necessarily interested in the music. Pearson, for one, had once fantasized about reissuing "Casino Royale" on vinyl as a benefit for the Absolute Sound. For this reason, ever since the album's release, audiophiles have valued "Casino Royale" as a test for stereo equipment. Bacharach said when he heard how valuable "Casino Royale" has become, in an interview with the Absolute Sound several years ago. Pearson, "the more you get out of that album. Pearson says, "like a tooth on a comb. Even so, Mr. For audiophiles, this effectively ends speculation about a reissue of the LP. Frank Doris, technical director for the Absolute Sound, remembers finding his first "Casino" in a bin at a record convention. Pearson laughs at first, but then he sobers. Those who appreciate the music of "Casino Royale" but don't have the luck or the cash to buy the album can take solace from the recent release of the soundtrack on compact disk Varese Sarabande VSD Tom Null, the label's executive vice-president and supervisor of the CD release, has his own "Casino Royale" story: used-record store, five years ago, two bucks. The song also features a sudden saxophone dip and rise that, on less sophisticated equipment, sounds like two or three distinct instruments, and a serrated gourd called a guirot, whose every notch will sound, under ideal conditions, Mr. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems; we are continuing to work to improve these archived versions. The problem, he says, was with the master tape -- the oneaudiophiles have spun legends around for decades. Pearson has to admit that "there are better-sounding records. Pearson has often cited the record in the Absolute Sound, which has a circulation of 35, It is these references that have contributed to the soundtrack's cult status. Home Page World U.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The producer, Charles K. This unlikely choice -- a jaunty Burt Bacharach score for a James Bond spoof -- makes sense only if one disregards traditional criteria for liking an album. In any event, he continues, the master tape had suffered damage even before Varese Sarabande licensed it -- a similar loss of iron oxide, apparently during an earlier transfer for a foreign pressing. Null says, Varese Sarabande didn't send out advance copies of the CD for review "because the preconceived, closed minds of audiophiles made it a foregone lost battle. So for the CD transfer he had to choose between being faithful to the master tape and risking the wrath of audiophiles, or masking the treble and misrepresenting the music. It is. So volatile is the market for this LP that any nugget of news that enhances its considerable mystique can affect the price -- and some significant new information, about the deteriorating condition of the master tape, indicates that the price is about to rise dramatically. There's no saturation, no distortion. They swap stories about the legendary recording session in London, spend hundreds of dollars for a pristine copy if and when they can find one, and then, like oenophiles who wouldn't dream of opening a Lafite-Rothschild, often refuse to listen to it. Dusty Springfield recorded her vocal in a "tiny isolation booth, so on a really good system, you can hear her voice emerging from what sounds like a little hole in space," Mr. To which the unwitting dealer replied, "And not a penny less! Null says he located and listened to a copy of that record, and the damage was already evident -- barely audible, but unmistakable. What interests audiophiles is the quality of sound. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}As vinyl verges on extinction, one album has emerged as the prime specimen of the species. The record is as clean as a whistle. View on timesmachine.