its his work to do whatever he likes with of course but i think with that dismissive attitude he just lost me as a consumer (all over again i've already got all this stuff anyway!) of his old music.The write up specifically says that Cat is not interested in a surround mix, therefore I am not interested in Cat's product.
I can't vouch for it personally, but it was released in 1995 by MoFi. I think the AM+ series early U.S. CD, as with most of his albums, sounds just fine. There are several variations, some pressed in Japan. I don't know if the mastering varies.Were there ever any great sounding CD releases?
This is true for me as well, but I blame A) Being into computers and B) Being retired.Anyway, I digress. The fact is that many of these deluxe super editions are great, and most of them I end up getting, especially if there is a surround track included. But the real truth to the tale is this. I end up playing the thing, marvel at the quality (at least the part I can still hear), briefly glance at the "extra stuff", extract the 5.1 for the car, then put the thing away. AND NEVER TAKE IT BACK OUT AGAIN!