Any news on Sarah Mclachlan Surfacing or Fumbling DVDA?

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  1. Matt Butler

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    Title says it all.
     
  2. Paul Stanley

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    I'm still trying to find those decently priced on 180G vinyl.

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  3. Matt Butler

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    Paul,
    Go to acousticsounds.com for the Sarah Vinyl. I bought Surfacing 200g ($30 US est)and it is incredible. I did a comparison with the cd and the vinyl wins hands down. Next on my buy list is Fumbling.
     
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    I really, really hope if they get around to putting Sarah on dvd-audio they use Fumbling Towards Ecstacy. While it is definitely a somber album, it is also a beautifully written and performed one. IMO Surfacing sounds too poppy (i.e. "radio friendly") and I found it boring enough to sell it a couple months after I bought it.

    And the delicate/dreamy sound of Fumbling would be great in surround & its emotional feel enhanced a lot by that format. This would be a title I promise I would buy the day of its release.

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  5. Matt Butler

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    Check out Afterglow. It has the best elements of Surfacing and Fumbling combined. I love it and wish they would do a Hirez and/or 200g vinyl of it as well.
     
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    ActuallY I thought Afterglow was even more formulaic and pop friendly then surfacing and is the least strong of the 3.
     
  7. Chris Tedesco

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    My vote would be for Fumbling as well. That would sound great on DVD-A.
     
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    I'd like to see Fumbling and Surfacing on hybrid SACD as well. Afterglow didn't do a thing for me.
     

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