I checked it out on Spotify, as I don't have Tidal. I only use Spotify for occasional streaming. Majority of my listening is local playback as it sounds better. I usually link to Youtube streams for preview, but for this one in particular, I'd try listening to this Godzilla soundtrack in lossless from the first time. The dynamics and rawness is incredible. I listen to a lot of soundtrack music and was instantly pleased with this. With HD 800 and Sonarworks, its still quite good, but with speakers you'll be blown away on certain parts. If you want to experience bass, look no further.
This a very good sounding live album and in the liner notes there is good explanation of what happens when musicians play live:
When an audience is present, a synergy occurs.The audience becomes part of the music making and help spur the musicians on to greater heights. And it was a great audience that afternoon, all ears and smiles, the whole band truly enjoyed playing for them. The musicians were placed in front of a stereo pair of microphones with additional spot microphones on each instrument. The musicians were playing without headphones, the reason being that we believe that when we get the musicians to play together in the same room, without headphones, it creates a number of musical and technical benefits: As they are not ''separated'' by the headphones, the musicians, in order to hear each other are forced to create a natural and musical balance, a balance which is then easily captured by the main stereo pair of microphones. Because of this natural and musical balance the need for compression to control levels is no longer necessary, and since everybody is in the same room, the boxed sound which is so common in many modern recordings is absent.