User Details - dbmay75

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  Collector of mostly multichannel titles from all genres
  San Francisco, California USA
  OPPO BDP-80/DV-980H
Onkyo 6.1 system
Sony Headphones

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Joe Satriani: Engines of Creation      (3 of 3 found this review helpful)
  December 16, 2007

DSD stereo, no bonus tracks, long out of print since 2000. Remastered for SACD by Mark Wilder, DSD authoring engineer Stephen Saper. More dynamics and space than redbook CD. My copy came with a unique defect; track 4 "Until We Say Goodbye" is missing and instead track 10 "Slow And Easy" is repeated ... more

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Your ultimate SACD new releases - 3 wishes
September 24, 2011
Assuming we're talking full blown multichannel/stereo hybrids with highly discrete 5.1 mixes then I would like: Fleetwood Mac - Tango In The Night (runner up Michael Jackson - Off The Wall) Steve Vai - Passion And Warfare (runner up Joe Satriani - The Extremist) Jean-Luc Ponty - Imaginary Voyage OR Enigmatic Ocean OR Cosmic Messenger ... more
'Wish You Were Here' of Pink Floyd to get as SACD
September 23, 2011
Well, we're not quite to Amazon or CDUniverse yet, but Elusive Disc and Music Direct have jumped on board and their prices + shipping typically beat AS: ... more
Anyone know what the next MoFi Stevie Ray Vaughan SACD release will be and when?
June 28, 2011
The release date of CSTW (the second of the five) was May 31st so it's been less than 30 days since its release. Give it time. The best comes to those who wait. Personally I'm most looking forward to In Step and The Sky Is Crying. ... more
Dual Discs
January 17, 2011
For what it's worth, both Donald Fagen's 'The Nightfly' and Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms' were both issued as Dual Discs that included the actual 5.1 & 2.0 24 bit DVD-A layers on the backside of the CD. 'The Nightfly' was also issued as a standalone DVD-A, but the Dual Disc is perhaps a better value since you have the CD side as well to enjoy. ... more
Amazon has made it darn near impossible to search for SACDs
December 11, 2010
You're welcome Dan ... more