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Allman Brothers Band: Live At Fillmore East
June 24, 2011
What an extraordinary album. The level of improvisation is on par with the best I've heard in Jazz. I think Duane Allman would have fit in perfectly with Miles Davis - the improv's are that good. Duane's guitar playing was simply masterful, and I could just lie back and let the guitar wash over me. ...
Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
(1 of 1 found this review helpful)
June 4, 2011
I listened to the stereo layer on this CD and compared it with the Columbia Red Seal disk that I already owned. I couldn't distinguish the sound of the two from each other - identical I suppose. The instruments are precisely placed from left to right: piano on the left, sax's on both sides of the ...
Miles Davis: A Tribute to Jack Johnson
(2 of 3 found this review helpful)
May 26, 2011
This album is a great jazz-fusion album. It's as psychedelic as anything you'd find from the late 60's to the early 70's. The whole sensation is one to recline back and take in, just let the music wash over you. Besides the standard trumpet and drums, we hear a lot of electric guitar. The sounds ...
Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 - Manze
(4 of 8 found this review helpful)
May 23, 2011
I write this having just been exposed to Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, with this recording being my first chance to hear it. For some reason, I have been avoiding it - maybe it was the name "Eroica" or something that just made me think it would be some soft, gently, wimpy symphony. But I was quite ...
Miles Davis: In A Silent Way
(4 of 4 found this review helpful)
May 13, 2011
Extraordinary - in multi-channel SACD. I'll get to that later. The stereo sound was very good, with each instrument clearly located from left to right. There was some hiss due to the age of the recording, but it become non-consequential when the music started playing. The sound-stage was very wide. ...