Dire straits limited edition interview picture disc



“Hard working and need just a chance. As of June 1st we will be homeless. Spent over $200 on rental apps just to be denied for lack of credit. Mom is stay at home and Dad works 6 nights a week.”

This was a case of a firm in dire straits when we were introduced by their bank to help. They had undergone a merger, which had resulted in looming succession issues and failing systems, and we helped them, first and foremost, to ensure their survival and then to become a real leader in their area.

This album was remastered and released with the rest of the Dire Straits catalogue in 1996 for most of the world, except for the United States, where it was issued on 19 September 2000.

An ad for the event said: “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States.” While a speaker reportedly seemed to be guiding investors to avoid that hazard: “Invest early, and you will invest under the old rules.”

“Around the locker room, players’ cars, clothes, houses and ‘bling’ are constantly scrutinized. If they’re not up to par, they’re ridiculed,” they write.

Photo: Peter Still / Redferns The four non-drumming members of Dire Straits, in photos taken during the recording sessions at AIR Montserrat. From top-to-bottom: Mark Knopfler, bassist John Illsley, synth player Guy Fletcher and keyboard player Alan Clark. From left: Mark Knopfler, bassist John Illsley, synth player Guy Fletcher and keyboard player Alan Clark. Photo: Peter Still / Redferns Utilising the limited space to best effect, the drum kit sat in the far left corner of the live area, facing the control room, and was miked with Sennheiser MD421s on the toms, an Electrovoice RE20 and AKG D12 on the kick drum, a Shure SM57 and AKG C451 with a 20dB pad on the snare, 451s for overheads and the hi-hat, and Neumann U87s set back a little in order to attain at least some kind of ambience. This was what Dorfsman describes as the standard Power Station setup, despite the fact that AIR Montserrat presented him with a very different type of recording.

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Reissue features the high-fidelity SHM-SACD format (fully compatible with standard SACD player, but it does not play on standard CD players) and the latest DSD mastering in 2010 based on Japanese original analog tape. DSD Transferred by Hitoshi Takiguchi. Dire Straits’ minimalist interpretation of pub rock had already crystallized by the time they released their eponymous debut. Driven by Mark Knopfler’s spare, tasteful guitar lines and his husky warbling, the album is a set of bluesy rockers. And while the bar band mentality of pub-rock is at the core of Dire Straits — even the group’s breakthrough single, “Sultans of Swing,” offered a lament for a neglected pub rock band — their music is already beyond the simple boogies and shuffles of their forefathers, occasionally dipping into jazz and country. Knopfler also shows an inclination toward Dylanesque imagery, which enhances the smoky, low-key atmosphere of the album. While a few of the songs fall flat, the album is remarkably accomplished for a debut, and Dire Straits had difficulty surpassing it throughout their career. Tracklist:
01 – Down To The Waterline
02 – Water Of Love
03 – Setting Me Up
04 – Six Blade Knife
05 – Southbound Again
06 – Sultans Of Swing
07 – In The Gallery
08 – Wild West End
09 – Lions DSD Transferred from analogue master tapes by Hitoshi Takiguchi. (Universal Mastering Studios, Tokyo). ISO https:///ptyuucw0zjbs/DS_
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