"everything must go" By Steely Dan
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Tvad: Maybe give REM's Automatic for the People a shot. Similar genre, Seal: Best 1994-2004, Yoshimi and the Pink Robots by The Flaming Lips, and David Gray's A New Day at Midnight. Yes' Fragile or The Eagles' Hotel California if you like classic rock, and maybe The Rat Pack's Live at the Villa Venice if you want a glimpse into an era gone by.
I can't personally recommend classical titles because I prefer SACD to DVD-A (with apologies), so I buy Super Audio discs when possible (and with classical titles SACD has far greater availability than DVD-A).
Hope this helps,
Two channel only.
Some great suggestiones in here. Bonnie Raitt's "Road Tested" may be my top concert DVD, and at least in the top three. I never knew it was available on DVD-A.
Also, I'm a big Knopfler fan, but I've put off buying "Shangri La" for some reason. Never knew it was available on DVD-A, so now I'm hunting on my favorite sites for a used copy.
Thanks to everyone.
The intention here is for this thread to be a resource for anyone looking for great DVD-A titles. Every genre is welcome, IMO.
Classic Records has several DVD'a out called HDAD's made from Master tapes having 24/92 on 1 side and Super high 24/192 resolution on the other side of the disc,]Stunning sound].Titles Alan Parsons, Turn of a Friendly Card,I Robot and Eye in the Sky,Muddy Waters,Berlioz Requiem 2 Disc 4 channel Surround,Casino Royale Soundtrack A Classic Audiophile Reference and Canonball Adderly-Something Else.Cheapest place to buy them is on E Bay.
I've purchased a couple Classic Records DVD-A discs, including Cannonball Adderley's "Somethin' Else", which is stunning in both quality of music and recording. I was less impressed with the Berlioz "Requiem", primarily due to some problems I discerned with the source tape, but I'm eager to buy more Classic Records releases.
I did purchase Knopfler's "Shangri-La" and found the music to be rather boring...just not involving enough for me. The DVD-A recording was outstanding.