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John Coltrane: Blue Train      (3 of 3 found this review helpful)
  September 1, 2015

I love this album so needless to say I have had it on vinyl, Cd (several remasters), SACD, HDAD and I can honestly say this is the best I have ever herd the record. This is my favorite Coltrane album and I have lost track oh how many times I have listened to it. The 192/24 DTS HD- MASTER is ... more
John Coltrane: 1960 Duesseldorf      (5 of 7 found this review helpful)
  July 25, 2015

Titles like this always scare me. When DVD-Audio's first came out there were a series of live ones put out and they were horrible. Actually worse then that. So I was afraid this would follow that trend. I could not have been more wrong. The sound on this is easily up to the standards of Coltrane's ... more
The Band: The Band        (9 of 10 found this review helpful)
  September 17, 2013

Great Album! Excellent SACD! I would dare to say this is the best sounding of the Band SACD's. Nice warm bottom end. Crystal clear vocals. For an album made over 40 years ago it sounds great ( when I gave it 41/2 stars for sonics it was being compared to other albums on SACD's of the same time ... more
Gram Parsons: Grievous Angel        (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
  August 26, 2012

Picked up both Gram Parsons SACD's and the sound is much warmer then the current remasters. Unfortunately the vocals were not recorded the best so the distortion on the remasters are the same on SACDs. The albums themselves are great. They are country records more then rock. Where as Band's like The ... more
  July 3, 2012

I never could understand why this and Layla were recorded so poorly. I know there were a lot of ego's involved and Clapton would be at his worst as far as his drug problem was concerned but somehow they pulled off a great record. Closer to Traffic then Creem but fans of either should like this. The ... more

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