i saw myself hearing cole porter´s song book by Ella Fitzgerald ,the song is "I love Paris" it as a deep cello´s melody in the song, it´s a record that one as to use a dynamic expander or an equalizer to bring up some instrumental parts ,i think it was originally recorded in 1956 in a not so good studio , being Ella opened a lot of doors but being a coloured person not all songs or albums were recorded in cutting edge technology of the 50´s studio´s , or just "Sister Golden Hair from America´s 75 album ,still with the 3 original menbers ,this was yesterday song, tomorrow only when i wake up or if i wake up i´ll have a music of the day, to celebrate
here´s the link for those who don´t remind or never listened to ,
Listening on headphones at 1.45a.m. - with fancy DACs and headphone amps available - yet taking an output direct from a laptop's headphone output .....but it sounded great - as did several other non-'hifi' SQ Spotify tracks.
And there are times, when you really get into a track, when only the full-length version will do: