- Mar 2, 2002
Ya know, you scared me there for a minute. I had to check to make sure that I did NOT already list it!!!beljah said:Wow, I thought this one had already been done. If you press me on my fave Classic Rock-era DVD-A, this is it, w/ the 2 GDead discs right behind it in a photo finish.
An '8' here...crisp, active mix(we're all havin' fun today, huh? )......I'm not the biggest Doobie fan, but I agree, "Black Water" would be mind-boggling in hi-rez multi, it's their best single and recording.....one of those records that will stick with you to your grave, in spite of the spit-and-polish production....JonUrban said:Ya know, you scared me there for a minute. I had to check to make sure that I did NOT already list it!!!
That being said, let me add that this is a great DVD-A, a refuge from the '70s quad era. Wish they would have done the "Vice/Habits" disc as well, just to hear "Black Water" in HiRez! So much promise with the WB/Rhino quad catalog, and so many unfilled.
Actually, not a "DualDisc" in the sense that one side is designed to play in your CD player and other in your DVD/DVD-A player. Pet Sounds, Billy Cobham's "Spectrum" and a whole bunch of releases from AIX - Laurence Juber is one of note - are all DVD-10. . DVD 10, 14, and 18 are double sided DVD discs primarily for the video market depending on the storage capacity requirements.MacDaddy said:I quite like this disc, good material and surround mix. I would give it a 9. This disc must be an early version of a "Dual Disc" surround on one side and stereo on the other, I don't know how common producing double sided disc was but Pet Sounds is only other one I can think of.