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fredblue

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When I was younger, I couldn't get into Jazz/Fusion and Horn Rock but,
gratefully, at some point my horizons expanded dramatically.
I have a lot of the titles listed above and a lot are on my list.
How's that Weather Report ?
to me the Tale Spinnin' SACD is fantastic in multichannel. sound quality is superb and the surround mix is just brilliant. one of my all-time favourite old CBS Quads in quite possibly the best presentation imho we will ever hear 🙂

please follow the link for the QQ Poll for the Tale Spinnin' MultiCh SACD;

 

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That's because it's not Pop/Rock, but Classical. 😂
Well, I know that

That's why I post this earlier (Only from the list)

"Can you guys pick your top 20 QUAD SACDs from the Dutton-Vocalion Pop/Rock '70s Quad Reissue list? (83 discs so far)"
 
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Sergio, following are my top 15 favorite Dutton-Vocalion SACD releases in no particular order. It includes any and all genres. You’ll never regret allowing our beloved hobby to expand your musical horizons, hermano!

1. BW Stevenson - My Maria/Calabasas
2. Donald Byrd - Black Byrd
3. Chase - Pure Music/Chase
4. Tomita - Firebird
5. Poco - Cantamos/Seven
6. Pure Prairie League - Two Lane Highway/If The Shoe Fits
7. Weather Report - Tail Spinnin’
8. Herbert Hancock - Sextant
9. Blood, Sweat & Tears - Mirror Image/New City
10. The Guess Who - American Woman/Share The Land
11. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Black And Blue/Wake Up Everybody
12. Deodato - Deodato/Deodato 2
13. Billy Paul - 360 Degrees Of Billy Paul/War Of The Gods
14. Johnnie Taylor - Eargasm/Rated Extraordinaire
15. The O’Jays - Survival/Family Reunion
 

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Sergio, following are my top 15 favorite Dutton-Vocalion SACD releases in no particular order. It includes any and all genres. You’ll never regret allowing our beloved hobby to expand your musical horizons, hermano!

1. BW Stevenson - My Maria/Calabasas
2. Donald Byrd - Black Byrd
3. Chase - Pure Music/Chase
4. Tomita - Firebird
5. Poco - Cantamos/Seven
6. Pure Prairie League - Two Lane Highway/If The Shoe Fits
7. Weather Report - Tail Spinnin’
8. Herbert Hancock - Sextant
9. Blood, Sweat & Tears - Mirror Image/New City
10. The Guess Who - American Woman/Share The Land
11. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Black And Blue/Wake Up Everybody
12. Deodato - Deodato/Deodato 2
13. Billy Paul - 360 Degrees Of Billy Paul/War Of The Gods
14. Johnnie Taylor - Eargasm/Rated Extraordinaire
15. The O’Jays - Survival/Family Reunion
Thank you very much for your advise and list

Regards,
 

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Have a request for all my forum friends,

Can you guys pick your top 20 QUAD SACDs from the Dutton-Vocalion Pop/Rock '70s Quad Reissue list? (81 discs so far)

I want to expand my musical horizons and for sure this is the right place for that.

Thank you

I just noticed one page before you posted this:


I Just did a total count of the disc that I have,

From a total of 76 on that list

got 51 + 5 ordered = 56

Not bad

Regards,
You already have at least 56 discs on the list? o_O

I invite you to list your 20 favorite and 10 least favorite that you bought.

:51QQ
 

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I already had 62 discs from the 83 disc list

These are the 21 disc that I'm contemplating to buy. These are some artists and titles that the music in some cases it's not my cup of tea or never heard of.

Hugo Montenegro - Love Theme from The Godfather & Music from A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass - Travelin' & Caribbean Cruise
Percy Faith - Chinatown (featuring The Entertainer) & Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet
Charles Gerhardt - Sunset Boulevard - The Classic Film Scores of Franz Waxman
Charlie Rich - The Silver Fox & Very Special Love Songs
Charles Gerhardt/Kiri Te Kanawa - Citizen Kane: The Classic Film Scores of Bernard Herrmann & bonus track
Dottie West - House of Love & If it's All Right with You/Just What I've Been Looking For
Stephen Sondheim - A Little Night Music - Original Broadway Cast
Helen Reddy - I Am Woman/Long Hard Climb
Charles Gerhardt - Spellbound: The Classic Film Scores of Miklós Rózsa & bonus track
Hugo Montenegro - Others By Brothers & Scenes and Themes
Ray Davies & The Button Down Brass - Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint
Turiya Alice Coltrane & Devadip Carlos Santana - Illuminations
Henry Mancini - The Return of the Pink Panther & Symphonic Soul
Billy Paul - Live in Europe
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin'
Dr Teleny's Incredible Plugged-in Orchestra/Ettore Stratta & the Baroque Pops - Stolen Goods & Viva Vivaldi
Tomita - Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé


Any "MUST HAVE QUAD SACD" recommendation from these 21 discs?

Thank you very must.

Regards,
 
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Oh shit..ALL of them!!!! ..I buy only buy the ones I like and know will listen to more than once...not bothering to count them..
Herbie Hancock
Illuminations
all Ray Conniff
all Arthur Fiedler
Zuckerman/Vivaldi
Levine/Mahler
ALL of the Tomita ones
Rick Derringer
EWF
Paul Mauriat
all of the Guess Who

PLUS A BUNCH I HAVE NOT LISTENED TO YET!!!!
 

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I've bought a bunch but these are my favorites:
Return to Forever - Music Magic
Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles live
Weather Report - Talespinnin
Earth Wind & Fire
 

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I already had 62 discs from the 83 disc list

These are the 21 disc that I'm contemplating to buy. These are some artists and titles that the music in some cases it's not my cup of tea or never heard of.

Hugo Montenegro - Love Theme from The Godfather & Music from A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass - Travelin' & Caribbean Cruise
Percy Faith - Chinatown (featuring The Entertainer) & Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet
Charles Gerhardt - Sunset Boulevard - The Classic Film Scores of Franz Waxman
Charlie Rich - The Silver Fox & Very Special Love Songs
Charles Gerhardt/Kiri Te Kanawa - Citizen Kane: The Classic Film Scores of Bernard Herrmann & bonus track
Dottie West - House of Love & If it's All Right with You/Just What I've Been Looking For
Stephen Sondheim - A Little Night Music - Original Broadway Cast
Helen Reddy - I Am Woman/Long Hard Climb
Charles Gerhardt - Spellbound: The Classic Film Scores of Miklós Rózsa & bonus track
Hugo Montenegro - Others By Brothers & Scenes and Themes
Ray Davies & The Button Down Brass - Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint
Turiya Alice Coltrane & Devadip Carlos Santana - Illuminations
Henry Mancini - The Return of the Pink Panther & Symphonic Soul
Billy Paul - Live in Europe
Weather Report - Tale Spinnin'
Dr Teleny's Incredible Plugged-in Orchestra/Ettore Stratta & the Baroque Pops - Stolen Goods & Viva Vivaldi
Tomita - Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé


Any "MUST HAVE QUAD SACD" recommendation from these 21 discs?

Thank you very must.

Regards,
For its astronomically superlative quad mix alone, you definitely require Herbie Hancock - Sextant in your collection. It’s trippin’, dude!
 
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