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Some Beatles before bed:

 

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RIP good sir you will be missed. "A Proud Canadian" is an understatement.

 

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Two on vinyl:

 

-"Thick As A Brick" Jethro Tull's best album IMO

-"The Sound of Music" soundtrack

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I have an original Mono pressing of Sound of Music. rolleyes.gif

 

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Two on vinyl:

 

-"Thick As A Brick" Jethro Tull's best album IMO

-"The Sound of Music" soundtrack

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I love YES. I actually just recently saw Styx at the Houston Rodeo on Monday night, at Reliant Stadium in Houston. I didn't buy the tickets, my mother got them. The acoustics were atrocious, it was so muddy, an audiophile's worst nightmare, I had a headache after several songs. It's a good experience other than audio though.

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I love YES. I actually just recently saw Styx at the Houston Rodeo on Monday night, at Reliant Stadium in Houston. I didn't buy the tickets, my mother got them. The acoustics were atrocious, it was so muddy, an audiophile's worst nightmare, I had a headache after several songs. It's a good experience other than audio though.

 

 

If you really like Yes, you really need to get this SACD!  It was mastered by Steve Hoffman, and it sounds fantastic!  You may be already too late though, I think it may be sold out.  There's always eBay, but you nay have to pay a little extra...

 

 

EDIT:  Looks like they still have some at Amazon.  Better hurry though!   http://www.amazon.com/Close-Edge-Yes/dp/B00A93ENI8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362631372&sr=8-1&keywords=yes+sacd


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If you really like Yes, you really need to get this SACD!  It was mastered by Steve Hoffman, and it sounds fantastic!  You may be already too late though, I think it may be sold out.  There's always eBay, but you nay have to pay a little extra...

 

 

EDIT:  Looks like they still have some at Amazon.  Better hurry though!   http://www.amazon.com/Close-Edge-Yes/dp/B00A93ENI8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362631372&sr=8-1&keywords=yes+sacd

Nelamvr6, do you listen from the disk or did you copy into a computer or player?

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Mobile Fidelity SACD

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Nelamvr6, do you listen from the disk or did you copy into a computer or player?

 

 

Well, that's a hybrid SACD, so it has a redbook layer and a DSD layer.  If I'm home, I put the disc into the player to get the full benefit of thew high resolution.

 

But I've also ripped the redbook layer, and I have it on my notebook computer and my DAP, so I can listen to it that when when I'm on the road.

 

In this case, the really huge benefit is the remastering by Steve Hoffman, so even the redbook layer sounds way better than you've ever heard this album sound before!

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Porcupine Tree - Voyage 34, The Complete Trip

 

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Alvin Lee - In Flight
(1974, Columbia)

 

 

sad news today, R.I.P. Alvin Lee.   Listening to Record 1.

 

Little Feat - self titled
(1971, WarnerBros)  '73 Palm Trees label

 

 

Zephyr - self titled
(1969, ABC Probe)

 


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Well, that's a hybrid SACD, so it has a redbook layer and a DSD layer.  If I'm home, I put the disc into the player to get the full benefit of thew high resolution.

 

But I've also ripped the redbook layer, and I have it on my notebook computer and my DAP, so I can listen to it that when when I'm on the road.

 

In this case, the really huge benefit is the remastering by Steve Hoffman, so even the redbook layer sounds way better than you've ever heard this album sound before!

Thanks man beerchug.gif

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Porcupine Tree - Voyage 34, The Complete Trip

 

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Awesome!  I was listening to Nearfest 2001 earlier this evening!

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