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SOLD: FS: Shelly Manne/Bill Evans with Monty Budwig; "EMPATHY" Analogue Productions SACD.


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Item Condition: Excellent Condition
Shipping Options: Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Buderim
State: QLD
Payment Method: Pay Pal as a Friend
Reason for selling: NLR

Further information:Selling the Analogue Production SACD of Empathy performed by Shelly Manne and Bill Evans with Monty Budwig in August 1962. In excellent condition will be posted to the Buyer in a padded Auspost Parcel for $10. SNA Donation after sale.IMG_0188.thumb.jpeg.8233ce05e773e43d32c1798bd41f740e.jpeg

 
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  • 075Congo changed the title to FS: Shelly Manne/Bill Evans with Monty Budwig; "EMPATHY" Analogue Productions SACD.

Sorry for asking something irrelevant to this sale.

 

I am really impressed as how you can get such a good quality of photos.

 

I have some CD for sale but I just couldn't get the photo taken without reflection.

Can you please give me some guides?

 

 

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No mystery involved ; just use the camera in an Apple iPad or any of the later iPhones (10 or higher) plus the EDIT function makes it really easy. I use a calico or linen material for the backdrop. Hope that helps!

Cheers
Mick

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Thanks Mick,

 

I don't have a iPhone or iPad and practically don't have much knowledge on this.

But at least now I know I can seek help from my son who might be able to teach me how to do it.

 

Anyway, glad to know there are many assistance out there.

 

Cheers,

Cheow

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I know how you feel: my son just shakes his head when I ask him anything "techno".

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