Marty Gold And His Orchestra
RCA Victor LPM-2714
This album was yet another attempt to market RCA's "Dynagroove" technology.
The cover features a nice space age vibe which attracts collectors. But, as with New Thresholds In Sound by Sid Ramin (1963), this album fails to accomplish what I think RCA set out to do and that is to make "Dynagroove" seem new and cool.
For a 1963 release, when so many other labels, both large and small had been releasing exotica, bachelor pad, space age, light pop, percussion and other experimental forms of music, this record comes across as dated sounding. That's not to say that the music isn't pleasant listening... but RCA needed to do something way more dynamic if they intended to impress audiophiles.
Historically, "Dynagroove" was not well received. The engineering on this album is good, but not sparkling good.