Where is Van Morrison on DVDA???

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  1. Lee Scoggins

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    Where is the long rumoured Moondance album on DVDA?

    With the recent confirmation of Van on Super Audio, it seems the only hi-rez Van will be Super Audio.

    Also, the rest of the Neil Young catalog was promised but we have only Harvest, what about the other titles?

    Does anyone have any information about these release?

    Van Morrison is one of my favorite artists...
     
  2. John Kotches

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    You'll have to ask WB/Rhino that question.
    As has been pointed out, artist involvement is a priority for WB/Rhino as are multi-channel releases
    As such it takes a bit longer to release a multi-channel project than a stereo project.
    It's the same place as all the other hi-res titles on both formats that have been announced but not released, in production.
    Regards,
     
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    Talk about stirring up some shit. [​IMG]
     
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    I wonder if Van Morrison is coordinating the release of his titles on both Hi-res formats. Maybe we wil be lucky and get him on both SACD and DVD-A right around the same time. Another possibility is Warner knew the SACD were in the pipeline and decided to hold off their release until the SACD came out, knowing Moondance will greatly outsell the SACD titles. Of course this is all speculation, and we might not see the DVD-A until later in the coming year if at all.

    I wish more Neil Young as well as Paul Simon would make its way to DVD-A. Graceland has been a rumored title for the longest time.

    J
     
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    I'm with Justin. Let's have more Paul Simon on DVD-Audio. On the other hand, wouldn't it be nice if Sony would release some Simon & Garfunkel on SACD? What is Sony waiting for?
     

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