Supersense Archival Tape Edition No. 7 Ella & Louis

Supersense writes: “As you know, our ARCHIVAL TAPE Editions are meant to give you the chance to listen to some well selected gems of analog sound recording. Without dedicated remastering and retouch. And with Ella & Louis we are proudly introducing our first release in MONO! True, pure and with a lot of dynamic. This record is a more than astonishing and fascinating example of delivering audible depth and width with just one audio channel.”
Celebrating 2 voices of no other kind. Supported by some of the best musicians of all time. You think you exactly know how the voice of Louis Amstrong does sound? Just listen to the first song on this MASTERCUT. Zooming you right into the recording studio at Capital Records, that hot summer day in August 1956. Enjoy this time capsule of a record on your stereo (or Hi-Fi as they would have said back then.) We are pretty sure this disc and yourself will be very best friends right from the start!!
What exactly does it mean if a MASTERCUT EDITION is cut from a MONO tape? This means that the left and right channel of our high end cutting head engraves the identical (MONO) information into the lacquer blank. The full potential of your record can be enjoyed with your standard stereo turntable setup.
Vocals: Ella Fitzgerald
Vocals, trumpet: Louis Armstrong
Piano: Oscar Peterson 
Guitar: Herb Ellis
Bass: Ray Brown
Drums: Buddy Rich 
Can’t We Be Friends?
Isn’t This A Lovely Day?
Moonlight In Vermont
They Can’t Take That Away from Me
Under A Blanket Of Blue
A Foggy Day
Stars Fell On Alabama
Cheek To Cheek
The Nearness Of You
April In Paris
Date of Recording: August 16, 1956
Location: Capitol Studios, Hollywood
Original Tape Number: 4579, 4580
Recording Producer: Norman Granz
Session Engineer: Val Valentin
A Minolta EP 410Z copy of the master reel control file side A
A Cyanotype of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong after an original photo Courtesy of the Louis Armstrong House Museum
A Polaroid of a microscopic view of the real groove.
A Minolta EP 410Z copy after an original photo of the Supersense livingroom studio. Photographer: Ákos Burg, 2021.
“How to caress”, by Florian Doc Kaps. An info sheet about the Supersense master records and how to care for them.
“Project Mastercut”, by Florian Doc Kaps. An introduction to the editions. Including some Cutting Engineer notes, Supersense, Vienna 2022