Blue Note to Issue Super Audio!

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    This ought to make Mike Broadman's day [​IMG]...
    From Tom Everett with Blue Note:
    We will announce five soon-to-come SACD titles shortly. At this point the only classic BN recording
    scheduled is Blue Train. If things work out, more will come ASAP. The only other guaranteed title is Bob
    Belden's Black Dahlia which was recorded at Sony Studios in 24 bit and mixed in 5.1 by Bob. Please don't
    flood the board with suggested CDs...
    This is one of the best all-time classical jazz labels. This is very big news indeed and indicates additional momentum for the format.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I'll second the Norah Jones recommendation. A SACD of that would be nice.

    Most of the time when I get into something new (for me) like Keb Mo's 'The Door' I start picking up all of his previous work. With a new artist like Norah Jones, we'll have to wait for more material, but she is well worth it.
     

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