|Bing, 53, Grace, 26, Frankie, 40|
High Society is a great Sunday movie, and that Tinseltown rarity, a remake that's in every way as enjoyable as the original, even though the initial critical reception was luke-warm. Critics, huh? Fuck 'em. The impeccable Cole Porter score helps, of course. The 1956 soundtrack album was a best-seller in the US and the UK, appearing in both mono and stereo editions.
Today's Kick-Back-n'-Relax Pack© bundles both the original mono (vinyl rip) and stereo (CD with boners tracks), and in a FalseMemoryFoam© exclusive, a swell narrow stereo remix created by a Top Hollywood Sound Engineer - and personal friend - who must remain anonymous (hi, Huck!). This repairs the extra-wide separation of the original which disconcertingly squirts the vocals direct into either ear.
Hoo boy! Here's a candid shot of your host, FT3, caught enjoying the exclusive narrow stereo mix with th' Foamettes©! Some fun, huh kids?