In the video portion of the Darkness On the Edge of Town box set, there's footage of the band in the studio performing "The Promise". It actually has a halfway decent surround mix. However, that's certainly not enough Bruce in surround!The only good MCH release I can think of with The Boss on... is him doing backing vocals on Black & White night?! The others just don’t cut the mustard...
You need to check out the Darkness on the edge of Town box set DVD 2. Pretty decent surround sound sound from what I recall Bob clear mountain I imagine but I would have to look it up to be sure
I'd Give MY SHIRT to have my entire catalogue released in SURROUND....preferably DOLBY BOSSMOS!
Is it in this set @bossfan ?You need to check out the Darkness on the edge of Town box set DVD 2. Pretty decent surround sound sound from what I recall Bob clear mountain I imagine but I would have to look it up to be sure
I think Fun House has enough to work with. Lead and multi layered rythym guitars. You've got Iggy's guttural yelps & growls. Plus there is plenty of air on this. A very well engineered album.Captain Beyond.
Fun House - not a lot of instruments to work with but if at least the drums could be spread around the soundfield that would be fantastic.
+1If we're forgoing reality...
1. Entire Steely Dan catalog remixed to 5.1 by Elliot Scheiner (even just Pretzel Logic would be nice)
2. Entire Rush catalog remixed to 5.1 by Steven Wilson
3. Aerosmith quad mixes released on a digital format
4. Unreleased Eagles' debut LP and Desperado quad mixes released on a digital format