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#1 of 154 Rich Malloy

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Posted March 05 2003 - 08:47 AM

EXPANDED LIST OF UPCOMING SACDs in 2003:

This is not a comprehensive list, but rather an ongoing repository of "highly anticipated titles" by forum members. What are you looking forward to? Post it and I'll be happy to add it!

Posted Image = newly added/changed/updated

RECENTLY RELEASED
August 26, 2003: Peter Frampton "Frampton Comes Alive!" Hybrid/Multichannel; Steely Dan "Gaucho" hybrid/multichannel; Aaron Neville "Nature Boy: The Standards Album" Hybrid M/C; Karrin Allyson "Sweet Home Cookin'" Hybrid M/C; Herb Ellis & Joe Pass "Seven, Come Eleven" Hybrid M/C; Mongo Santamaria "Live At Jazz Alley" Hybrid M/C; Susannah McCorkle "From Bessie to Brazil" Hybrid M/C; Cal Tjader "La Onda Va Bien" Hybrid M/C; Dave Brubeck Quartet "Jazz at Oberlin" (Fantasy) Hybrid/Stereo; Vince Guaraldi "A Charlie Brown Christmas" (Fantasy) Hybrid/Stereo; Thelonious Monk/John Coltrane "Thelonious Monk & John Coltrane" (Fantasy/Jazzland) Hybrid/Stereo; Gil Evans "And Ten" (Fantasy/Prestige) Hybrid/Stereo; John Coltrane "Lush Life" (Fantasy/Prestige) Hybrid/Stereo; Bill Evans "Portrait in Jazz" (Fantasy/Riverside) Hybrid/Stereo; Wes Montgomery "The Incredible Jazz Guitar" (Fantasy/Riverside) Hybrid/Stereo; Zoot Sims "And the Gershwin Brothers" (Fantasy/Pablo) Hybrid/Stereo; Creedence Clearwater Revival "The Concert" (Fantasy) Hybrid/Stereo; Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan "In Session" (Fantasy/Stax) Hybrid/Stereo
September 9, 2003: Marvin Gaye "Let’s Get It On" Single M/C; Macy Gray "The Trouble With Being Myself" M/C; Vienna Philharmonic (Kleiber) "Beethoven: Symphonies No.5 and No.7" (DG) Hybrid M/C
September 16, 2003: "The Free Wheelin’ Bob Dylan" hybrid/stereo; "Another Side of Bob Dylan" hybrid m/c; "Bringing It All Back Home" hybrid m/c; "Highway 61 Revisited" hybrid stereo; "Blonde on Blonde" [2-disc] hybrid m/c; "John Wesley Harding" hybrid stereo; "Nashville Skyline" hybrid stereo; "Planet Waves" hybrid stereo; "Blood On The Tracks" hybrid m/c; "Desire" hybrid stereo; "Street Legal" hybrid stereo; "Slow Train Coming" hybrid m/c; "Infidels" hybrid stereo; "Oh Mercy" hybrid stereo; "Love and Theft" hybrid m/c
September 23, 2003: Los Lobos "Good Morning Aztlan" hybrid/stereo [MFSL]; Runnicles, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra "Beethoven: Symphony No. 9" Hybrid M/C (Telarc




September 30, 2003
  • T. Rex "Electric Warrior" Hybrid M/C [IMPORT]
October 7, 2003
  • Aerosmith "Toys in the Attic" (Single/hybrid?) M/C
  • Stanislaw Skrowaczewski/Minnesota Orchestra "Ravel: Bolero and Assorted Orchestral Works" Hybrid M/C (from the original Vox Classical Series QS Matrix 4-Channel recordings) [MFSL]
  • Leonard Slatkin and the St. Louis Symphony "Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible" Hybrid M/C (from the original Vox Classical Series QS Matrix 4-Channel recordings) [MFSL]
October 14, 2003
  • Michael McDonald "Motown" Hybrid M/C
October 20, 2003
  • Depeche Mode "101" [IMPORT] details tba
October 21, 2003
  • David Bowie "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars" Hybrid M/C
  • David Bowie "Scary Monsters and Super Creeps" Hybrid/Stereo
  • David Bowie "Let's Dance" Hybrid/Stereo
  • Patricia Barber "Companion" hybrid/stereo (live w/bonus tracks) [MFSL]
  • Rush "2112" Hybrid M/C
  • Rush "All The World's A Stage" Hybrid/Stereo
  • Rush "Caress Of Steel" Hybrid/Stereo
  • Rush "Fly By Night" Hybrid/Stereo
  • Rush "Rush" Hybrid/Stereo
  • Dave Brubeck "Blue Rondo" Hybrid M/C
  • Mel Torme & George Shearing "A Vintage Year" Hybrid M/C
  • Ray Brown Trio "Bam Bam Bam" Hybrid M/C
  • Scott Hamilton "With Strings" Hybrid M/C
  • Gary Burton with Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Roy Haynes, Dave Holland "Like Minds" Hybrid M/C
October 28, 2003
  • The Who "Tommy" Hybrid M/C
November 4, 2003
  • David Bowie "Reality" Hybrid M/C
  • John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman "John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman" (Impulse)
  • Joe Henderson "Lush Life: The Music Of Billy Strayhorn" (Verve)
  • Sarah Vaughan "With Sarah Vaughan" (Verve)
  • Dinah Washington "What A Diff'rence A Day Makes!" (Verve)
November 11, 2003
  • Bob Dylan "The Bootleg Series Volume 6; New York Philharmonic Hall, Halloween Night 1964" Hybrid M/C
  • Elvis Costello "North" Hybrid M/C
  • Elton John "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" Hybrid M/C [2-disc]
  • Elton John "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" Hybrid M/C [2-disc + Bonus DVD-video]
November 18, 2003
  • John Hiatt "Bring The Family" Hybrid M/C
Scheduled for 2003
  • Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” Single M/C
  • Sly & the Family Stone "Live at Fillmore '68" (single? hybrid?) M/C
  • Brian Eno “Ambient 1: Music for Airports”
  • King Crimson “In the Court of the Crimson King”
  • Stan Getz "The Dolphin" (Groove Note) Hybrid/Stereo
  • Cassandra Wilson "New Moon Daughter" (Blue Note) Hybrid/Multichannel
  • Sigur Rós "( )" Hybrid/Multichannel
  • Allman Brothers Band "Live at Fillmore East" Single M/C
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan "Couldn't Stand the Weather" Single M/C [replaces 2-channel only version]
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan "Texas Flood" Single M/C [replaces stereo-only version]
  • The Byrds "Fifth Dimension" Single M/C
  • Herbie Hancock "Future Shock" Single M/C
  • The Jayhawks “Rainy Day Music”
  • Sarah Harmer "You Were Here" Hybrid Stereo
  • Big Star "#1 Record/Radio City"
  • Blood Sweat Tears "3" (MoFi) Hybrid Stereo
  • Oasis "Heathen Chemistry" Hybrid M/C
  • Adiemus "Songs of Sanctuary"
  • Van Morrison “Blowin’ Your Mind” (MoFi) Hybrid Stereo
  • The Kinks "Give The People What They Want" (MoFi) Hybrid Stereo
  • Leo Kottke "6 & 12 String Guitar" (MoFi)
  • Ted Nugent "Cat Scratch Fever" (MoFi) Hybrid Stereo
  • Albert King "Years Gone By" (MoFi)
  • John Lee Hooker "Country Blues" (MoFi) (Dec?)
  • Korn "Untouchables" Single M/C [IMPORT]
  • Sade "Lovers Live" Single M/C [IMPORT]

IMPORTANT NOTE: I'm doing my best to sort out which titles are hybrids and which are single-layers, but this information is not guaranteed. Please confirm before you purchase.
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#2 of 154 KrisM

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Posted March 05 2003 - 09:02 AM

Is that Jayhawks disc already out on redbook? I didn't realize they had new music coming out(or already out). I was just listening to Smile today, actually.

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Posted March 05 2003 - 09:14 AM

I just checked a Jayhawks fan site, and the disc is due out on CD and LP on april 1st. There was no mention of SACD, but the initial CD and LP releases are limited editions with 5 bonus tracks.

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#4 of 154 Rich Malloy

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Posted March 05 2003 - 09:42 AM

I got the word about the Jayhawks SACD from the Universal site: http://consumers.umu...acd/future.html

I think that makes it (pretty much) official! Posted Image
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Posted March 05 2003 - 10:34 AM

I wonder if the SACD will have the bonus tracks or not? I hope so, but I guess you never know. I'll keep my fingers crossed. Hopefully their earlier work sees the light of day on SACD. I'd love to get Hollywood Town Hall on SACD.

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#6 of 154 Jerry Klawiter

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Posted March 05 2003 - 12:53 PM

Thanks Rich,
Nice to find a list like this without the need of searching so many sites and readding all the threads.
It's really hard to keep up with these new releases.
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#7 of 154 Emil Stoica

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Posted March 05 2003 - 04:04 PM

Good idea Rich. In addition to many of the ones on your list, I will add:

Oasis - What's the story morning glory? (Mar-11-03) - Single - M/C
Michael Tilson Thomas - Mahler : Symphony No 3 (Mar-11-03) :-Hybrid - M/C
Sypro Gyra - Original Cinema (Mar-11-03) - Hybrid - M/C
Johnny Cash - The Man Comes Around (Mar-14-03) Hybrid - Sereo
Spandau Ballet - True (Mar-17-03) Hybrid - Stereo
Rebecca Pidgeon - Retrospective (Mar-25-03) Hybrid - M/C
Sarah Harmer - You Were Here (Mar-03) - Hybrid - Stereo
The Byrds - Fifth Dimension (Apr-22-03) - Single - M/C
Five For Fighing - America Town (Apr-22-03) - Single - M/C
Deep Purple - Machine Head (Apr-28-03) - Hybrid - M/C
John Coltrane - Soultrane (May-06-03) - Hybrid - Stereo
Roxy Music - Avalon (21st Anniversary) (May-03) - Hybrid - M/C
Big Star - #1 Record/Radio City (2003) - Hybrid - Stereo
Blood Sweat Tears - 3 (2003) Hybrid Stereo
Van Morrison - Blowin' Your Mind (2003) - Hybrid - Stereo
Adiemus - Songs of Sanctuary (2003) - Hybrid Stereo
Deep Purple - Concerto for Groups & Orchestra(2003) - Hybrid - M/C
Penguin Cafe Orchestra - A Brief History (2003) - Hybrid - Stereo
Shaina Twain - Up (2003) - Hybrid - M/C

#8 of 154 Mike Broadman

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Posted March 05 2003 - 04:09 PM

Wow, I want almost everything on that list.

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Posted March 05 2003 - 04:58 PM

So Dark Side of the Moon has been pushed back again???

This is the first I've seen of the April Fool's Day schedule.

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Posted March 05 2003 - 06:02 PM

I know this has been asked before, but I thought I'd bring it up again. Is Rebecca Pidgeon's Retrospective a totally new album or a "best of" as the title would imply? I wish Chesky would hurry up and release The New York Girls' Club and The Four Marys on SACD!
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#11 of 154 Rich Malloy

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Posted March 06 2003 - 02:16 AM

Great list, Emil! I hadn't realized that "Avalon" was also coming out. I think I'll expand my list in the first post to include all these (plus anymore that get listed in this thread).

Didn't I hear that MoFi will be doing "Cat Scratch Fever"? Geez, that takes me back to elementary school days!
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Posted March 06 2003 - 04:21 AM

Where do you guys get your SACD information? Got any links?
searching for that elusive, "perfect" sound.

#13 of 154 Rich Malloy

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Posted March 06 2003 - 05:41 AM

The various music studio websites, Brian Moura's, High Fidelity Review, etc. All over really!

BTW, this isn't an attempt to track every new release on SACD, though I'd be game to give it a shot. I just started with the titles I was interested in buying, added those listed by Emil, plus a few more I discovered today... not bad, but not comprehensive either.

I'm tempted to list which are hybrids for those without SACD players, as well as which contain multichannel mixes...
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#14 of 154 Michael St. Clair

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Posted March 06 2003 - 06:20 AM

I'm extremely excitied about the Pink Floyd (with remix reservations), Steely Dan, and the new Peter Gabriel release. I'm very disappointed that the other Gabriel discs are not hybrid, and I'm not sure what I'm going to do about that yet.

My concern with The Kinks is that I hear Ray Davies doesn't allow the original masters out of his studio. I also think the earlier albums like 'Arthur', 'Village Green', and 'Something Else' are the crucial material. I'll probably pass on these for now.

I'm only buying the Dylan discs if they include the original mono. It will be inexcusable if they do not.

Other purchases for me include King Crimson (though I bet it isn't out on time), Penguin Cafe Orchestra, John Lee Hooker, and Coltrane.

It's a good-looking schedule and I wouldn't mind a delay or two so that my wallet can keep up.

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Posted March 06 2003 - 06:39 AM

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It's a good-looking schedule and I wouldn't mind a delay or two so that my wallet can keep up.


Bingo...hit the nail on the head there. The reason I asked for SACD links for news is that in the past, there was maybe one release every other month I got excited about. Now, the numerous releases coming up tell me that 1) SACD is starting to grab hold in enough homes to justify the increased release schedule and 2) I have to be careful not to miss any HAVE TO HAVE releases because they could easily get obscured with the wealth of news surrounding what's coming out.

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Posted March 06 2003 - 06:46 AM

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I'm very disappointed that the other Gabriel discs are not hybrid, and I'm not sure what I'm going to do about that yet.
Michael, I'm not sure, but I believe the European releases may be hybrids.

BTW, I put those "???" next to the release dates that are seemingly anomalous (not Tuesdays!).
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#17 of 154 Michael St. Clair

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Posted March 06 2003 - 08:23 AM

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Michael, I'm not sure, but I believe the European releases may be hybrids.

Yeah, but they are going to cost about 30 bucks shipped to the US; for that price you can buy the non-hybrid and the redbook. But I'm not going to assume that the redbook layer will be identical to the remastered CDs from 2002. Plus, it's nice to have the shelf savings.

I am confused as to why some fairly high-profile releases like The Police and PG are not hybrid in the USA. I thought single-inventory was the new trend. Posted Image

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Posted March 06 2003 - 09:26 AM

If dvd-audio or sacd don't start releasing a lot more NEW material very soon (like, this year), I'm giving up hope on them. And by "new" I mean from around 1995 to the present.

This constant outpouring of dusty classics people have heard fifty million times (especially sacd's) is getting really boring.

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Posted March 06 2003 - 02:00 PM

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I'm tempted to list which are hybrids for those without SACD players, as well as which contain multichannel mixes...

The list you have up now is very nice, if you add a note indicating which titles are 5.1 it'll be even better. Posted Image

Thanks!

#20 of 154 Emil Stoica

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Posted March 06 2003 - 04:05 PM

Yep, someone of those are on Mondays because they are Europe release dates (Spandau Ballet, Deep Purple), or they come from Elusive disc (Johnny Cash). I will be that the Cash date is wrong.

The List is looking good. I updated my post to include both Hybrid and Multi-Channel (M/C) info.


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