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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Al B. C, Mar 18, 2003.
Santana - "Supernatural" & "Shaman" Sarah McLachlan - "Surfacing" & "Mirrorball" http://www.bmg.com/
Oh brother, there goes another $60.00 Cool, but I hope someone does a better job with the menus unlike Elvis 1hits!
Wow, I had no idea these were coming out. Santana and Sarah McLachlan are big big releases for the format. I will probably be picking up all four discs. Way to go BMG and keep the releases coming. Here's a direct link. http://www.bmg.com/news/articles/art...le_030318.html J
Heck yeah! I love Sarah!
Holy crap, someone I like is coming to hi-res! Good ol' depressing Sarah in surround! (no kidding--I really like her. I have her Fumbling Towards Ecstasy and Surfacing albums). Neat dreamy music perfect for multichannel playback. I like Santana but presently don't have any of their CDs (the one I had got sold during my poor college years, the one with "Black Magic Woman"). Whew! My two hundred bucks I just spent for my new dvd-audio player has just become better justified. One other cool detail: Alan Parson's music is also on the Arista label. Oh please oh please oh please............. LJ
Surfacing is a must have hi-res format title! Listening to my redbook copy, I always wondered how much better it would sound in hi-res. Guess I'll get my wish! Woohoo! Supernatural may make my second-copy purchase list as well... Still early in the year, so that leaves a lot of room for release dates. Hope its soon (fingers crossed).
Thanks for the news Al!
Whooo! I suspect "Surfacing" will give my SVS a workout.
Where is LeeS' thread crap???
Will these be available in the BMG club?
No Britney Spear??!!
I wonder if they'll release them in the old CD-sized jewel cases, like the Elvis DVD-A. I hope not! I like the new cases....
Will these have High Rez, or just Dolby Digital and maybe DTS. Did the Elvis disc have a 2 channel High Res mix?
Elvis have 2 channel 24/96.
SUPERNATURAL is a definite buy!
That depends on whether they go back and get rid of all that compression in Supernatural. High-res with 1dB of dynamic range... Kind of defeats the purpose of high-res doesn't it? I'm still looking forward to the titles, although I think the 2nd McLachlan title should have been something besides Mirrorball But that's just me, and I know they'll go in the collection nonetheless. Regards,
That's good news. Not huge, but good. I've never been impressed with the sound of the Supernatural CD, so hopefully the DVD-Audio disc will be much better.