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Discussion: Santana: Caravanserai

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Post by petermwilson August 4, 2003 (1 of 6)
Hi,
I noticed that this is 2ch as was Abraxus.
My opinion is that if there was ever an oportunity or a disc candidate to be given the "Dark Side of The Moon" mltich treatment Abraxus is that disc.

Peter m.

Post by sgb September 18, 2003 (2 of 6)
There is an ebay listing claiming this title is now out of print (see link). Can anyone confirm this?

I own the disk and can recommend it; too bad they didn't do Borboletta too.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2558140881&category=1573

Post by mikek October 14, 2003 (3 of 6)
Are you certain this is an SACD? What is a JSACD (Japanese maybe)? I can only hope that Sony/Columbia might do justice to the Santana catalog and reissue the entire lot with many of them being in surround.

Post by zeus October 14, 2003 (4 of 6)
mikek said:

Are you certain this is an SACD? What is a JSACD (Japanese maybe)?

Yes. I had a copy but sold it. I used to play it over and over way back then but realised that my tastes have since moved on. I bought it retail in Tokyo but you can order it directly from amazon (use the links provided).

You're correct, JSACD means Japanese SACD. There's quite a few titles that fall into this category. Whether because of local interest only (J-POP), licensing restrictions or perceived market is unknown. I haven't heard of any plans to issue this particular title outside of Japan.

Post by zeus October 14, 2003 (5 of 6)
sgb said:

There is an ebay listing claiming this title is now out of print (see link). Can anyone confirm this?

A copy sold through this site shipped this month. And for less than what it sold for on ebay.

Post by wn October 15, 2003 (6 of 6)
petermwilson said:

Hi,
I noticed that this is 2ch as was Abraxus.
My opinion is that if there was ever an oportunity or a disc candidate to be given the "Dark Side of The Moon" mltich treatment Abraxus is that disc.

Peter m.

Hi Peter,
I agree with you on the Abraxas disk. It was already available in 4.0 SQ-Format in the seventies and it sounded amazingly good.

-Kind regards, Wilfried

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