I am in heaven. Keith and Rachael, how's this for big title action!Here I am! Now this is huge! Now maybe Sony will follow suit and open up its vault. Funny, but I thought it would be the other way around. I thought Sony would release enough compelling titles on SACD to get the other labels on board. Sony needs to answer Universal's move with the Stones. Time to go broke on SACD!
Sony needs to answer Universal move with the Stones. Time to go broke on SACD!The problem is, who does Sony have that's comparable to the Stones?
Any idea as to on which format they'll release the (very relevant) Beatles? Isn't A&M part of Universal? If so, perhaps we (or I) can look forward to at least half the Procol Harum albums on SACD. Now THAT would push me way over the edge.
Beatles remastered? Seems to make sense to me. Last I checked, the Beatles do have some sort of audience.Yeah, they have a following of sorts. I still remember watching NBC news out of New York City in 1987 the day the Beatles CDs went on sale. A reporter was out at one of the Tower Records stores, and the line to get in and buy Beatles CDs went on and on and on. Yeah, I can see why Capitol-EMI isn't putting the Beatles on SACD. :rolleyes