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post #1 of 34 Old 04-30-2007, 06:02 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello all,
I'm very new to the world of SACD/DVD-A and looking to make my first purchases. I've recently acquired some new A/V equipment and am in the process of acquiring more. I currently use my system primarily for Movies/Gaming but would like to expand it to include music listening.

I'm only planning on purchasing about 5 SACD/DVD-A's initially and need some suggestions. I listen to just about every genre of music and welcome any suggestions. I'ld like to get at least 1 blues, 1 jazz and 1 classical album in the mix. Thanks for the help.
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Do you have surround capabilities? That will play some role in the suggestions. But seriously, there are too many fantastic SACD's and DVD-A's for me to choose just 5. But see the thread that's a little ways down this page about top hi-rez titles:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=723164

And this page and site are a great resource:

http://www.quadraphonicquad.com/QQHiRezPoll2004.htm
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Yes, I have a 7.1 setup right now. Thanks for the link to that website.
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My top 5 to buy:

1. Laurance Juber - Guitar Noir (AIX records) see the aix thread on scoring a free sampler disc along with this. Guitar Noir is one of the best sounding dvd-audio discs I have. (DVD-Audio)

2. Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms. doesn't get much better than this. The surround mix brings this album to life. (SACD)

3. Beatles - Love ....it's the Beatles, mash ups or not (DVD-Audio)

4. Pink Floyd - DSOTM, get the sacd or the bootleg dvd-audio, they are both great.

5. Your choice, all great: Steely Dan (Gaucho), Fleetwood Mac (Rumours), Any of the Elton John (greatest hits, etc), any Porcupine Tree, Seal's Best (love the acousic versions), Beck's Sea Change (on dvd-a it has the videos, sounds great), Flaming Lips (Yoshimi is extremely aggressive)...

Have fun choosing.
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My top 5 to buy:

1. Laurance Juber - Guitar Noir (AIX records) see the aix thread on scoring a free sampler disc along with this. Guitar Noir is one of the best sounding dvd-audio discs I have. (DVD-Audio)

2. Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms. doesn't get much better than this. The surround mix brings this album to life. (SACD)

3. Beatles - Love ....it's the Beatles, mash ups or not (DVD-Audio)

4. Pink Floyd - DSOTM, get the sacd or the bootleg dvd-audio, they are both great.

5. Your choice, all great: Steely Dan (Gaucho), Fleetwood Mac (Rumours), Any of the Elton John (greatest hits, etc), any Porcupine Tree, Seal's Best (love the acousic versions), Beck's Sea Change (on dvd-a it has the videos, sounds great), Flaming Lips (Yoshimi is extremely aggressive)...

Have fun choosing.

I agree strongly with these choices with the exception of the Dire Straits title - not a fan of the EQ/mastering on that one. Bright and loud. Brighter than the original CD even.

In its place, I would add a classic jazz SACD - Miles Davis' Kind Of Blue, and for a classical title, the AIX Stravinsky Firebird/Ravel Bolero DVD-Audio disc.

On the pop/rock side, you cannot go wrong with the phenomenal Talking Heads box. I was not a huge Heads fan until this release. Unbelievable. The Doors' Perception box is also great, but hard to find.

I know this is more than 5, but...so much music...so little time (and money)...

Enjoy!
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I have some of the above, and think them worthy, but in the interest of offering some other options:

Alison Krauss and Union Station--Live (SACD)--made a fan of bluegrass and is among the best sounding recordings I've ever encountered

Peter Gabriel--UP (SACD)--great MCH mixes (make sure your sub is up to the task)

Elgar Violin Concerto/Vaughan Williams Lark Ascending--Hilary Hahn (SACD)--the Vaughan Williams piece makes the cost of my hi-res gear worth it all by itself

Music for Solo Harp--various (DVD-A)--this AIX Records release is proof positive that MCH, when properly done, is UNQUESTIONABLY superior to 2 channel, even though it is a solo performance (honourable mention to Pletnev Plays Schumann (SACD) for the same reason)

Joe Henderson--Lush Life: The Music of Billy Strayhorn (SACD)--outstanding MCH hi-res jazz
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i would add the telarc 1812 overture (sacd) and watch the volume level on this one especially
with the cannons.
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Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms (SACD or DVD-A)

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand the Weather (SACD)

Dave Brubeck - Time Out (SACD)

Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra etc. - Reiner/Chicago Symphony Orchestra (BMG Living Stereo SACD)

Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Rage Hard (SACD)

Honorable mention - Sam Cooke's "Portrait of a Lgend" (SACD) and Beatles' "Love" (DVD-A)

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You should consider at least one (if not more) of these:

Steely Dan - Gaucho
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature
Steely Dan - Everything Must Go
Donald Fagan - The Nightfly
Donald Fagan - Kamakiriad
Donald Fagan - Morph the Cat

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dire straits brothers in arms

pink floyd dark side of the moon

norah jones come away with me

patricia barber--any one of them, esp nightclub

dianna krall--any one of them
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I can't give you any Jazz, Blues, or Classical recommendations, but here are a few other suggestions:

Nickel Creek - This Side: This isn't my normal style of music, but this is done so well.
Seal 1991-2004: I am not a Seal fan, but this sounds incredible. It has the regular version of the songs, and the Acoustic version.
Beatles Love: Great sound if you don't mind that it isn't the original mixes.
Toy Matinee: Very Clean/Detailed.

Eagles - Hell Freezes Over: It is only DTS, but the SQ ranks up there with many SACD/DVD-A
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Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
Fleetwood Mac - Rumors
Beethoven's 6th - AIX Records
Porcupine Tree - Stupid Dream (Deadwing if you like heavier rock)
The Beatles - Love

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For spectacular sound and great music, I'd pick:

1) Eagles - Hotel California
2) Doobie Brothers - Captain & Me
3) Queen - A Night at the Opera
4) T-Rex - Electric Warrior
5) Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

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Hmm!!

Yes - Fragile should definitely be on your list
Pink Floyd - DSOTM
Anything from AIX
Steely Dan - Gaucho
Cowboy Junkies - Whites off Earth

MHO
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I have some of the above, and think them worthy, but in the interest of offering some other options:

Alison Krauss and Union Station--Live (SACD)--made a fan of bluegrass and is among the best sounding recordings I've ever encountered

Peter Gabriel--UP (SACD)--great MCH mixes (make sure your sub is up to the task)

Elgar Violin Concerto/Vaughan Williams Lark Ascending--Hilary Hahn (SACD)--the Vaughan Williams piece makes the cost of my hi-res gear worth it all by itself

Music for Solo Harp--various (DVD-A)--this AIX Records release is proof positive that MCH, when properly done, is UNQUESTIONABLY superior to 2 channel, even though it is a solo performance (honourable mention to Pletnev Plays Schumann (SACD) for the same reason)

Joe Henderson--Lush Life: The Music of Billy Strayhorn (SACD)--outstanding MCH hi-res jazz


just got my copy yesterday. great sound. nice mix. like you're at the concert.
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1. Talking Heads - Brick
2. Frank Zappa - Halloween
3. Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
4. Nine Inch Nails - Downward Spiral
5. The Who - Tommy
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Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra etc. - Reiner/Chicago Symphony Orchestra (BMG Living Stereo SACD)

The above is not a surround recording (uses three channels) for all tracks. For a modern surround recording there is a very nice one: Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra etc. - Zoltan Kocsis.
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1. eagles - hotel california the sound and mix are really a great experience. still one of the best.

2. the doors perception box set. im listening to the 1st album dvd-a and its blowing my socks off. not much surround more like 3.1 for this one but the sq nice.

3. i suppose pink floyd DSOTM the dvd-a more than the sacdhowever the dvd-a is a bootleg.

4. bjork- vespertine dvd-a. i dont have the sacd. the mix is great. the music is among her best. wheres the bjork love? the sq is also great.

5. queen - night at the opera dvd-a. the mix is very nice. the sq is up there but not as as good as the doors.

i only get rock music. i dont know didly about jazz or calssical. i only get 5.1 mixes also. for 2channel i get mint vinyl.
if you like neil young get greendale. its 5.1 and sounds great.
oh and fleetwood mac rumours is great. i like to lower the sub on that one though.
i got beatles love and metallica black album coming soon.

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Nine Inch Nails-With Teeth.....Elton John-GBYBR.....Frank Zappa-QuADIOPHILIAC......ELP-Brain Salad Surgery.......Moody Blues-Days Of Future Passed

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I'ld like to get at least 1 blues, 1 jazz and 1 classical album in the mix.

Recommending exactly one album in a favorite genre is tough, of course. Maybe that has discouraged our local classical expert, Kal Rubinson, from even trying to reply. I'll suggest four. To my ears, the sound is sterling on all of these. (I don't have that many multichannel, 5.0 or 5.1, classical albums yet. As I order more, it will get more difficult to respond to a question like this.) The first three are on SACD.

1. Beethoven, Symphony #9, Minnesota Orchestra, Osmo Vanska (BIS)
if you're looking for an intense and original performance of a masterpiece that most people have heard at least parts of (used in everything from breakfast cereal commercials to the movie Clockwork Orange)

2. Bruckner, Symphony #3, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Kent Nagano (Harmonia Mundi)
Makes the utmost use of the brass section of the orchestra, and, even more than other Bruckner symphonies, features transitions with giant dynamic range (soft - LOUDD - soft ). This original version of the symphony contains quotations from Bruckner's musical idol, Richard Wagner.

3. Mahler, Symphony #4, San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas (on the San Francisco Symphony label)
This symphony is perhaps the best introduction to this late 19th / early 20th century composer. The first movement has a somewhat neo-classical feel, features unusual instruments such as sleigh bells (Mahler liked to do that), and contains a quote from a Simon and Garfunkel song (or maybe it's the other way around ). The last movement is a song that provides a humorous look at "life in Heaven".

4. Rachmaninov, Piano Concertos #2 and #3, Konstantin Scherbakov, Russian State Symph. Orch., Dmitry Yablonsky (Naxos)
(available on both SACD and DVD-A)
Naxos is a budget label with some multichannel classical releases, many with topnotch sound such as this one. Two of the most popular late romantic era piano concertos; the theme of the popular song "Full moon and empty arms" comes from the middle movement of #2. The performance brings out the lyrical rather than showpiece side of the music; the piano and orchestra are blended together in a very well-balanced "mix".
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There are lots of good selections above. For blues, I'd go with The Walter Trout Band "Relentless." For jazz, Greta Matassa "Live at Tulas." Both are excellent in surround.
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Get all of these! Just saw Steely Dan in concert Saturday night in Atlantic City!

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You should consider at least one (if not more) of these:

Steely Dan - Gaucho
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature
Steely Dan - Everything Must Go
Donald Fagan - The Nightfly
Donald Fagan - Kamakiriad
Donald Fagan - Morph the Cat

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Rolling Stones 'Beggars Banquet' SACD

Aerosmith 'O, YEAH!' SACD

Miles Davis 'Kind Of Blue' SACD

Elton John 'Honky Chateau' SACD

Linda Ronstadt 'What's New' DVD-A

simplicity is genius...
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Sting's "Brand New Day" is a very good dvd-a for surround. For a list of about 50 or so sacd titles, go to www.yourmusic.com. Under title search, put in sacd. Only thing with this, is, it is a club. But you can not beat the prices for $7.00 a disk.

I did get one of their sacd's that was 2 channel only, though.

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Pink Floyd - DSOTM
Steely Dan - Gaucho
Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms (Sensibly mixexed and top notch SQ)
Depeche Mode - Violator (Lovely Mix)
Beatles - Love (Variable mixes IMHO but some tracks are very good)
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Dave Brubeck - "Time Out" SACD
Diana Krall - "The Girl in the Other Room", DualDisc DVD-A* or SACD
The Beatles - "Love" DVD-A
Bob Dylan - "Blood on the Tracks" SACD*
Talking Heads - "Remain in Light" DualDisc DVD-A
Elton John - "Honky Chateau" SACD
Marvin Gaye - "Collection" SACD*

*Available from yourmusic.com for $6.99 including shipping.

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Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Allman Bros - Live at Fillmore East
Roxy Music - Avalon
Rolling Stones - Let it Bleed
Allison Krauss & Union Station Live

The last song I played for someone who never heard SACD before:
Motherless Children from Clapton's 461 Ocean Blvd

Blew him away...
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You can't have your first five without Beck's Sea Change unbelievable..A bit on the depressing side but the sq to die for.

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1. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy (hybrid SACD) - Elton John
All of the Elton John SACDs that I've heard are extremely well done. I just happen to like this album a bit more than Goodbye Yellow Brick Road or Honky Chateau.

2. Love (DVD-A) - The Beatles
It's really breathtaking to hear the Beatles sound this good. In the absence of remastered high resolution Beatles (or even remastered low resolution Beatles), this is the best the Beatles have ever sounded.

3. Sea Change (SACD) - Beck
To add to the chorus, it's an incredible sonic experience. The sound surrounds you but it's not at all contrived or gimmicky. It should be required listening for engineers seeking to understand how to effectively translate 2.0 into 5.1.

4. Yoshimi Versus the Pink Robots (DVD-A) - Flaming Lips
Everybody uses the word "aggressive" to describe the mix, but I think it's a lot of fun. While I can't honestly say that I prefer the 5.1 mix to the 2.0 mix 100 percent of the time (which I can say about Sea Change), Yoshimi shows off the possibilities of 5.1 in the hands of creative artists and engineers.

5. Remain In Light (DVD-A) - Talking Heads
It was tough to pick a No. 5 because there are a lot of good releases that I'm pretty indifferent about. I chose this Talking Heads release because it's texture and layers open themselves up to a 5.1 treatment. Unfortunately, my crappy universal player hangs when I try to play the high-resolution layer, so all I've been able to hear is the Dolby Digital version, but it still sounds fantastic in multichannel. (And speaking of Talking Heads, I'd love to see My Life in the Bush of Ghosts get the multichannel treatment.)

Honorable mentions: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John; Days of Future Passed, Moody Blues; Eat A Peach, Allman Brothers; Tommy, the Who; Avalon, Roxy Music; Blonde on Blonde, Bob Dylan.
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