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Ignore Rok, he just enjoys agitating others. He's deaf you know, he can't hear any differences in anything audio related.
I have that SACD Warren, and it is one of my favorites.
Here is a couple others that I enjoy (in no particular order):
*Telarc SACD-60641 Leonard Slatkin, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
*Telarc SACD-60541 Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
*MCA Chess 088 112 940-2 Muddy Waters Folk Singer
*Groove Note GRV1014-3 Jacintha is her name
*Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Ultra Disc UDSACD 2002 & UDSACD 2004 Patricia Barber Cafe Blue and Nightclub
*Audioquest AQ-SACD052 BluesQuest
Thanks. that's a start. I have the Pat Barber album..sweet, indeed. Jacintha? I have an xrcd of hers. Beautiful fidelity, but her voice? Just does not do it for me. I tried to sell the xrcd on the 'gon. In fact that was the only xrcd I have ever tried to sell. I'll give her another listen. It has been a very long while. If you think of others, you know where I be.
I have the 1812 on Telarc. I have it on LP also. It is the worst version of the 1812 on record. CD, SACD or LP.
I just happened to be listening to the 1812 toady. One of the best. This is the 1812 with chrous.
1812 Overture / Romeo and Juliet / Capriccio Italien
ST. Petersburg Philharmonic Orch / Ashkenazy
DECCA VIRTUOSO 478 3365
The Telarc thingy is just for show. Look at the grooves on the LP. I would have thought that a connoisseur like yourself would know better. Ignore, INDEED!