HiRez Poll Light, Enoch - 4 CHANNEL DYNAMITE & BIG BAND HITS OF THE '30S VOL. 2 [SACD]

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Rate the SACD of Enoch Light - 4 CHANNEL DYNAMITE & BIG BAND HITS OF THE '30S VOL. 2

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Please post your thoughts and comments on this 2024 Multichannel SACD from Dutton Vocalion containing two albums from Enoch Light and Project 3 Records.
This Multichannel SACD features the first official release of the Quadraphonic mixes since the 1970s!

4-CHANNEL DYNAMITE
LP PR 5068 QD (1972) STEREO/QUADRAPHONIC

New arrangements and recording concepts of world-famous hit songs

1 Cecilia (Simon)
2 Prelude to Peace (adapted by Jeff Hest from J S Bach’s Cantata No. 140, BWV 140)
3 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Robertson)
4 Put a Little Love in Your Heart (DeShannon; Holiday; Myers)
5 Jambalaya (On the Bayou) (Williams)
6 Penny Lane (Lennon; McCartney)
7 Chicago (Fisher)
8 I Feel the Earth Move (King)
9 Cherokee (Noble)
10 Oye Como Va (Puente)

Arrangers: Jeff Hest [1–6, 8, 10]; Dick Lieb [7]; Dick Hyman [9]
Recording/Mixing engineer: Steve Friedman
Producer: Enoch Light
Associate producers: Jeff Hest, Tony Mottola

BIG BAND HITS OF THE '30s VOL. 2
LP PR 5089 SD (1974) STEREO/PR 5089 Q4 QUADRAPHONIC

New recordings

11 Stardust (Carmichael; Parish) featuring Phil Bodner
12 American Patrol (Meacham) featuring Mel Davis
13 Sugar Blues (Williams; Fletcher) featuring Mel Davis
14 Solitude (Ellington; DeLange; Mills) featuring Sol Schlinger
15 King Porter Stomp (Morton) featuring Urbie Green, John Frosk, Phil Bodner
16 What Is This Thing Called Love (Porter) featuring Walt Levinsky
17 Bugle Call Rag (Pettis; Meyers; Schoebel) featuring Al Klink, Urbie Green, Mel Davis, Phil Bodner
18 Smoke Rings (Gifford; Washington) featuring Urbie Green, Phil Bodner
19 Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise (Romberg; Hammerstein) featuring Al Klink, Wayne Andre, Walt Levinsky
20 Boogie Woogie (Smith; Gimbel) featuring Derek Smith
21 Caravan (Ellington; Tizol; Mills) featuring Urbie Green
22 Little Brown Jug (Finegan) featuring Al Klink, Urbie Green, Mel Davis

Arrangers: Jeff Hest, Dick Lieb
Recording/Mixing engineer: Steve Friedman
Recorded/Mixed at A & R Studios, New York
Producer: Enoch Light
Associate producers: Jeff Hest, Tony Mottola
Remixed in quadraphonic at A & R Studios, Remix Room No. 3, New York, 31 July 1974
Quadraphonic remix engineer: Steve Friedman

Remastered from the original analogue tapes by Michael J. Dutton

Multi-Channel/Stereo
All tracks available in stereo and multi-channel

SACD
This Hybrid CD can be played on any standard CD player

CDLK 4655

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Pre-release thread for all shipping/ordering queries and non-poll related posts:
https://www.quadraphonicquad.com/fo...isley-bros-hair-ost-enoch-light-tomita.36138/
 
I liked the first lp 4 channel dynamite, about a 9, but the second one ion this cd big band 30's I didn't like at all. But glad I got this SACD. The first one is really a fun quad mix. Lots of discrete 4 channel, and instruments changing channels, and movement. So hard to rate this, I guess about an 8.
 
Well, I did get a chance to run this past the speakers and ears about a week ago, and I think it's remarkable. I really like the first half, but the big band part was a bit of a downer, so it's a 9, simply because I like some of more than others.

FWIW, I held off rating this mostly because it's not up on discogs. It is now. Tell me about what I effed up.
 
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