This is a very nice looking Crystal Clear 45 RPM Direct-to-Disc LP pressed on white vinyl. Out of the couple of copies we played, this one had the best sound. It had more clarity than the other copy, which sounded veiled and smeary.
I admit I never liked the sound of the record though. It’s dark and unnatural to my ears. I would avoid it.
There are so many other, better Charlie Byrd recordings, why waste your time and money on this one?
Another example of an “audiophile” record with little in the way of audiophile merit.