I hope people read this thread, but I'm not so sure they will after seeing the excitement about the Police, Dylan and Pink Floyd news. I don't blame them if they don't I'm excited as well . On to my question. I have only recently begun to appreciate jazz music. I had always thought of it as being to "mellow" for my taste. Since purchasing my SACD player I've had the chance to listen to the samplers that Sony included and found that I enjoyed the sound of Spyro Grya and Miles Davis. I then bought Spyro Grya - In Modern Times and Miles Davis - Kind of Blue. After growing to like these albums I gave the Dave Brubeck - Time Out a chance and found that I love this album. I have listened to samples of other jazz artists including Diana Krall and Pat Metheny but haven't found their music to be as enjoyable, because it just seems to "mellow" to me. I may change my feelings as time goes on but for now I find myself trying to like them to take advantage of the sound of SACD, and I've made the mistake of buying SACDs that I don't love the music of before. I do however love the fast tempo/beat that many of Dave Brubeck's songs have on Time Out. What other jazz albums on SACD (preferably multichannel) have this kind of (for lack of better word) toe-tapping tempo/beat? They could include other SACD albums by one of the 3 jazz artists that I mentioned. I thank anyone in advance that can help me.