Music fidelity and sheer content of this disc make it a 10. A flipper idsc DVDA one side DVDV the other.
It looks like ill have to start mining the AIX vaults for more music, in my quest for more DVDA.
Glad you're happy with your purchase. Sad tale to share - - for quite a while there was a plan for AIX to release a Jennifer Warnes DVD-A which they recorded. I can only imagine how it would have sounded. Something happened as it never got released even though a "promise date" had been published. Probably some contractual issue with her old record company or something like that. I can only imagine how it would have sounded - just based on her two tracks on this disc.ok listened to this not the usual kind of music I listen to.
Nice mix very well recorded great fidelity. Great instrumentals and when those voices kick in wow.
I so wish DVDAs had not died.
This is a wonderful disc of music to listen to.
Thanks for the additional insight on this matter. It's helpful to know even though it does not change anything. I wonder if she would reconsider if she was approached again now - 15 years later. Time can change things. . . just a thought. Again, thanks for the response.The Jennifer Warnes albums I recorded 15 years ago is the most amazing recording I've ever produced. The version of "So Sad" and "Train Time" are absolutely gorgeous. Everyone involved from her manager to her lawyer confirmed that we had captured something really special. I spent a lot of money and a lot of time bringing that project together...and then she refused to allow me to release it for reasons that make no sense. I have shared it a couple of times at audio trade shows but otherwise it will remain a missed opportunity. Unfortunate, because it's the best thing she ever did.