The Island/TuffGong Blu-ray/CD combo is the correct one and is packaged like a small hardcover book. Contains the two discs in slip covers sandwiched around 28 pages of pictures/text.What's the difference in packaging between old and new versions....so that I know which one to avoid?
I bought this years ago and was very happy with it when I listened to it originally. I just took it out again yesterday and am enjoying it again. Had to reply when I saw your post.I just gave this a listen the other night after not hearing it for awhile. Just a fantastic disc. Great songs and a great surround mix.
^this, just because I was listening to it today in honor of the Honorable Bunny Neville O'Riley Livingston RIPInteresting, in Exodus there's a part "movement of Jah people" where Bob Clearmountain puts the mix in the FR and FL channels and they have the same Frampton Come's Alive! effect (vocal/guitar morph) that Peter does on the song "Do You Feel Like We Do"
wikipedia says Frampton Come's Alive! was released in 1976 and Exodus was released in 1977 so interesting to think Bob Marley and Co heard Frampton Come's Alive and used that same talk box effect on Exodus. Funny how Third world Reggae and American pop/rock was so universal. Or was it Bob Clearmountain who resurrected the effect for the 5.1 mix?