The Song I Desire To Hear Most In Hi-rez Multichannel Is:

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  1. Dan Joy

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    "Whole lotta love" Shake for me girl, I want to be your......
    Can you imagine this song in hi-rez mc?[​IMG]
     
  2. Lee Scoggins

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    While I am tempted to say "Stairway to Heaven" or "Going to California", I will go with:

    Van Morrison "Moondance"

    or anything of his on the recent album "Down The Road"
     
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    Dan, Led Zeppelin in high-resolution would be phenomenal. However, Zeppelin is a Warner artist, so I suspect we will see them on DVD-Audio before SACD. I'd take Zeppelin on DVD-Audio.

    For now, it seems that the Classic Records LPs remastered by Hobson are the preferred versions of classic Led Zeppelin albums. I don't have them, so I wouldn't know.
     
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    multi-channel "Dancing Queen" ranks right up there for me. Also any Barry Manilow will do as well
     
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    "On Reflection," by Gentle Giant

    Yeah, I know there are a couple of Giant fans up in here. Can you imagine all those vocal parts from all over the place? That would be sweet.
     
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    Anything by The Art of Noise.
    I'm confused why this group hasn't put out an m/c release yet--their music (and I use that term a little loosely!) is custom-made for the surround treatment.
    Their last album "The Seduction of Claude DeBussy" is a good one to start out with. http://store.artistdirect.com/store/...tml?src=search
    Their 80's stuff, especially their album "Daft" can scare the unprepared [​IMG]. http://store.artistdirect.com/store/...tml?src=search ("Moments in Love" is an awesome 10 minute song--but no sample dammit!)
    LJ
     
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    "The End" from the Doors in Concert. It is one of my all-time favorite live CD's. Speaking of which: Where are all of the Live concert recordings that would be perfect for a multi-channel format?

    Kevin
     
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    The artist I most want to see on SACD, and most of his stuff is on Sony labels, is Boz Scaggs. I've adored him ever since Steve Miller let him sing on an album. It was real apparent Steve Miller was not the best singer in the band! ...the song - BABY'S CALLING ME HOME...that made me a fan. Any of his albums that might appear would be a start and greatly please me.
     
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    Dan, I know exactly what you're talking about!

    I remember first hearing that on 8-Track in the back of a big ole beat up oldsmobile in high school! We were pretty buzzed, needless to say, and quite impressed when the sound went back and forth. I'm sure we all said something like "wow, what a rush..."

    I know a lot of people don't like trickery or gimmicky sound on dvd-a/sacd, but every now and then it is fun to experience that feeling of an auditory hallucination. (and at least it's legal this way.:wink: )
     
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    Rachael, I agree with you on Boz Scaggs! Before he went disco, he had some really good albums that were more soul and blues.

    Lee, yes, anything by Van Morrison would be most excellent.

    Here's my vote for the late great Texas songwriter Townes Van Zandt. Anybody care for him?
     
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    "Money For Nothing" - Dire Straits

    The beginning of the song, with the keyboards, guitar, and drums, is enough.
     
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    I don't know if I could narrow it down to one song. But I would love Sheryl Crow's "The Globe Sessions", Bonnie Rait's "Give It Up" (I have some stuff of theirs in DTS)and Emmylou Harris' "Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town".
     
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    Zeppelin 2 needs to be on Hi-Rez multi-channel!
     
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    The Cinema Show - Genesis
    But it'll never happen.
     
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    Is this thread about hi-rez or HR multi-channel? I am confused.

    If it is just about Hi-Rez...I would love the Zeppelin catalog (especially III) on SACD.

    If it about multi-channel...there is nothing I want on multi-channel, unless it was originally recorded with multi-channel in mind. Sorry, but mucking with the mix on tunes is like adding color to classic black and white films to "update" them in my opinion.

    Mike
     
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    'A Day in the life' could be neat in M/C. Paul's voice always sounded kind of muddy while Lennon in hi-rez here would be the pinnacle.

    After enjoying the Elvis DVD-A in 5.1, Lennon's early rockers like 'Rock & Roll Music' or simple harmonizing songs like 'This Boy' could shine.



     
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    I have no probelm with re-mastering, which can often bring out the nuances in a recording...but re-mixing is a no-no as far as Im concerned.

    Mike
     
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    I want Supertramp's "Crime Of The Century" record on either DVD-A or SACD multichannel.
     

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