• QuadraphonicQuad welcomes you and encourages your participation! Treat all members with respect. Please keep all discussions civil, even when you have a strong opinion on a particular topic.

    Do not offer for free, offer for sale, offer for trade, or request copies or files of copyrighted material - no matter how rare or unavailable to the public they might be. We do not condone the illegal sharing of music. There are many places on the internet where you can participate in such transactions, but QuadraphonicQuad is not one of them. We are here to encourage and support new multichannel releases from those companies that still provide them and as such the distribution of illegal copies of recordings is counter-productive to that effort. Any posts of this sort will be deleted without notification.

    Please try to avoid discussions that pit one format against another. Hint for new users: make liberal use of the search facilities here at QuadraphonicQuad. Our message base is an incredibly rich resource of detailed information on virtually all topics pertaining to surround-sound. You will be surprised at what you can find with a little digging!

Eden Atwood Waves: Bossa Nova Sessions in Multichannel SACD & DSD

Help Support QuadraphonicQuad:

bmoura

Super Moderator
Staff member
Since 2002/2003
Joined
Mar 2, 2003
Messages
9,519
Location
Redwood City, CA
The new Eden Atwood "Waves: The Bossa Nova Sessions" Multichannel/Stereo SACD on Groove Note is now in stock at Elusive Disc.

Check Eden Atwood Waves The Bossa Nova Session Hybrid Multi-Channel & Stereo SACD
for more details and ordering info. Price is $24.99.
Out of print on SACD but available today as a Multichannel DSD Download from NativeDSD Music.
 
Last edited:

humprof

1K Club - QQ Shooting Star
Joined
Jun 10, 2016
Messages
1,615
Location
NoCal
No longer available from Elusive Disc on Surround SACD.
But available today as a Multichannel DSD Download from NativeDSD Music.
Good cuts, nice backup band (Bill Cunliffe, Pete Christlieb, Anthony Wilson, Darek Oles, Joe LaBarbera). How's the surround mix?
 

bmoura

Super Moderator
Staff member
Since 2002/2003
Joined
Mar 2, 2003
Messages
9,519
Location
Redwood City, CA
Good cuts, nice backup band (Bill Cunliffe, Pete Christlieb, Anthony Wilson, Darek Oles, Joe LaBarbera). How's the surround mix?
It's a subtle mix. But nice music.

When it comes to the Groove Note catalog and this type of music, I'd rate "The Girl from Bossa Nova" by Jacintha ahead of the Eden Atwood album.
The Jacintha has a bit more happening in the Surround Channels + a stunning center channel vocal - especially at Multichannel DSD 256. A must-have for exaSound & NADAC Multichannel DAC owners.

I have them both in Stereo & Multichannel DSD 256 and the albums do make for some mellow and relaxing bossa nova listening.
Recommended.
 
Top