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Thanks Jon, again I have worn my MFSL copy down. I bought a live performance of him a few years back and his voice has definitely faltered over the years. Hot August Night was a sampling of the height of his career, and what a songwriter!
The other night I was looking around on Deezer and was surpised at how many covers of Solitary Man have been done, even found one in bluegrass.
Would have preferred 96/24 or even 192/24 but that's the way it is.
SQ-wise, I A/B'ed the MFSL discs with the 44/24 format - for the ballads, there is not much difference between them but for the more energetic numbers, the MFSL discs can sound a tad sharp and light in the bass.
Theo, if you only have the MFSL version which I also do, there are 2 more tracks in the 44/24 download on top of the 3 already listed above :-
a. Walk on Water
Stones, as we all know, is a wonderful unforgettable tune.