Originally Posted by scirica
Spent some time listening to the Kamakiriad DVD-A (arrived today). Just like the Nightfly DVD-A, I think this could soon become one of my favorite surround demo discs. A little heavy-handed with instruments coming out of the rear at times, but other than that it has great dynamics, a fun mix, and a solid soundstage. Very happy with this purchase. I'd like to get the entire Steely Dan catalog if they could give it a similar treatment!
I'm glad you enjoyed the Kamakiriad DVD-A
. All three Donald Fagen DVD-As have excellent SQ. The music of the three differ quite a bit but I like them all without a doubt. You should try to grab Steely Dan's Everything Must Go
and Two Against Nature
DVD-As. They both sound excellent and besides Gaucho they are the only other Steely Dan titles in Hi-Rez surround.
Originally Posted by pepar
The CD and DVD-Audio are sold together and many places list it as a CD. The river in S America has it for under $10.
Do you have a link to that listing? I just looked on Amazon and this
two disc set (CD and DVD) start at $60 new and $19.44 used. I agree that Morph the Cat is an excellent sounding DVD-A
is the listing on Discogs for the Morph the Cat CD and DVD-A. It is on Reprise Records with the stock number of 49976-2. I just checked my CD and DVD-A set and that is the correct number.
BillEdited by Bill Mac - 7/22/13 at 8:14pm