Alan Parsons “Tales of Mystery and Imagination” original release on import cassette through my Fosgate Audionics Model Four Surround decoder. For some reason his stuff decodes so well from stereo to fake Quad. This and “I Robot” sound almost discrete while most other CD’s or tapes do just OK with the Model Four and while usually producing a semblance of a true Quad experience, they usually end up having a very ‘processed’ audio quality to them.
This title opens right up and sounds totally natural and there is a real discrete quality to it with real separation. Not sure how Alan did it but there has to be a reason that his stuff decodes so well?