Recommended DVD-A Discs?


I know, from reports in mags, there are great and terrible DVD-Audio Discs. Some of the poorest engineered recordings/re-recordings are apparently not any better than CDs or worse. So....

What are your recommended discs in terms of performance and sonic quality (lets say 5 ***** stars is ultimate to 1 * star being terrible). Any input appreciated, since I value opinions that do not have such a vested interest in a positive or negative review!

nanderson
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature
I enjoy "Buena Vista Social Club"
So far the best DVD-A I have heard is L.A. Woman by The Doors.
Eric Johnson - Ah Via Musicom - Simply Awesome in Dolby Digital . Stay away from the HIGH RESOLUTION version on disc ; DOLBY is the way to go!!!!
The Eagles Hotel California is a 4+
Both of the Grateful Dead discs are solid 4's
Boz Scaggs Dig is a 4+
Fleetwood Mac Rumors and the Doors L.A. Woman are good but not but not up to the same level as the above discs.
Has anyone tried any of the DTS discs
The Eagles Hotel California is a 4+
Both of the Grateful Dead discs are solid 4's
Boz Scaggs Dig is a 4+
Fleetwood Mac Rumors and the Doors L.A. Woman are good but not but not up to the same level as the above discs.
Has anyone tried any of the DTS discs
I heard from a friend that the new Pat Methany disc is stunning audio
"The Bluegrass Sessions", by Bela Fleck with too many guests to mention. Great acoustic music, more newgrass than traditional Bill Monroe stuff.
I've found the quality on most disks varies from song to song, but here goes:
Eagles Hotel California is very good, but I think the dts dvd of Hell Freezes Over is better.

Aaron Neville Devotion is very good. Morning Has Broken
is one of the very best.

ELP Lucky Man and Still..You turn me on are great

For some reason I like Foreigner Starrider and Foreigner 4
Juke Box Hero

The Bach Organ Spectacular is very well recorded,but I've heard better low frq with a Virgil Fox recording of essentially the same music.
Thanks to all those that commented! I Appreciate it!
I think the Foreigner "Foreigner" DVD-A sounds pretty much like crap. America's "Homecoming" is decent but no miracle worker. Steely Dan "Two Against Nature" is pretty good. The surround mix is somewhat interesting. These are the only three I have and I am not impressed so far with DVD-A. I'm still just waiting to see what is going to take off, DVD-A or SACD.
I would say that "Two against Nature" is very good. I just picked up the Blue Man Group "Audio" DVD-Audio and the quality is very nice. Both of the GreatfulDead's albums are supposed to be good, but I haven't gotten to hear them yet (I'll be ordering them next). Deep Purple's "Machine Head" is pretty bad even for a CD. I found the Chesky "Swing with Bucky Pizzarella" to be just OK.