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Any good DVD-A or SACD recommendations?

Discussion in 'Archive' started by cnsf, Mar 31, 2004.

  1. cnsf

    cnsf Hall Of Fame/Supporter DBSTalk Gold Club

    Jun 6, 2002
    I have:

    Fleetwood Mac Rumours
    Pink Floyd DSOTM
    Billy Joel The Stranger
    Indigo Girls Become You
    Janis Joplin Cheap ?????
    Queen (w/Bohemian Rhapsody)
  2. olgeezer

    olgeezer Guest

    Dec 5, 2003
    Rumours was my first recommendation.
    If you like great guitar, you might get Eric Johnson's Avia Musicon
  3. oblio98

    oblio98 Legend/Supporter DBSTalk Gold Club

    Sep 17, 2002
    The best DVD-A's I've heard are"

    Steely Dan - Two Against Nature
    Steely Dan - Everything Must Go
    Donald Fagen - The NightFly
    Donald Fagen - Kamakiriad
    Flaming Lips - Yoshimi vs Robots (Look for this in the CD section, it comes with a CD)
    Randy Newman - Little Criminals
    Everclear - (I forget the title)
    Grover Washington - Winelight

    All James Taylors except "October Road"
    Billy Joel - "Stranger"
    Elton John - GBYBR
    Who - Tommy
    Aerosmith - Toys in the Attice (McH SACD)
  4. cnsf

    cnsf Hall Of Fame/Supporter DBSTalk Gold Club

    Jun 6, 2002
    Good stuff....

    I thought the JT SACDs were all only dual channel. I'm looking for multichannel.

    I just got Lynyrd Skynyrd and Sting Ten Summoner's Tales. Both very good. Sting is great music, but a little disappointing on multichannel engineering.

    I LOVE the Eric Johnson CD as I've had it for YEARS. Didn't see it in the retail aisles, so I'll have to search online....

    So far, my favorite of both formats is The Stranger. The sound is just so clear and it isn't "over-engineered" like the Queen DVD-A.

    More recommendations are definitely welcomed....
  5. JerryLA

    JerryLA Legend

    Dec 29, 2003
    Similar tastes oblio!

    Steely Dan / Two Against Nature
    Donald Fagen / The Nightfly
    Neil Young / Harvest
    Queen / A Night At The Opera
    Eagles / Hotel California
    Sting / A Brand New Day
    the Corrs / In Blue
    Doobie Brothers / The Captain & Me
    George Benson / Breezin

    Ones I'd like to see released on DVD Audio:

    Allan Parsons / I Robot
    The Beatles / Rubber Soul
    CSN / CSN
    Loggins & Messina / Full Sail
    Jackson Browne / The Pretender
  6. HTguy

    HTguy Icon

    May 6, 2002
    Joni Mitchell's Both Sides Now on DVD-A. Her new song, A Case of You gives me gooseflesh every time I hear it.

    (Somewhat ironically, the first time I actually did hear it was at an early Sony SACD demo at a trade show. They had a 2-ch SACD mix that has never been released. The multi-channel DVD-A mix is quite a bit better.)

    I'm just getting into Jennifer Warnes' The Well on SACD. Superb recording but, unfortunately, only 2-channel. Haven't "clicked" on any of the tunes so far but haven't had a chance to play the 2nd half of the album. (I'm waiting for a time I can do so confident of not being interupted.)

    Talked to the head of AIX Records a couple of months ago. He told me they were in negotiations for a new DVD-A with Jennifer.
  7. Steve Mehs

    Steve Mehs Hall Of Fame

    Mar 21, 2002
    I took a trip to Best Buy and Media Play to check out the selection of DVD-A and SACD audio, sadly still not much of anything I like. I currently have 4 DVD-As.

    Disturbed- Believe
    Metallica- Metallica (aka Black Album)
    Linkin Park- Reanimation
    The Beach Boys- Pet Sounds

    I'd like to see a few more Metallica albums, some Korn, AC/DC and Cannibal Corpse. I know theres concert DVDs out of some of those bands, but I'd rather have them on DVD-A. I don't have a DVD-A player (yet) so I play the DD5.1 tracks, still sounds pretty good, a lot better then CD thats for sure.

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