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Two or three others (in addition to this list).......I'm intrigued :mad:@:

As for the Steve Hackett ones, do the 2 SW upmixes (Acolyte and Defector) count as well do you think? That would increase the known list up to 11 :)
I didn't include those in my list since they aren't proper remixes from the multitrack tapes like the rest.
 

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Oh Adam, you tease too much!
Well I'm not even going to try to guess unannounced artists without hints as that's like throwing a dart into the Atlantic Ocean…
However, if there's more from announced artists, I think the biggest likelihood for more falls on Roxy Music. Maybe a release of "For Your Pleasure" to complement the first album. It's been hinted before I know…
Besides that, I have nothing else to speculate at this time. :)
There's at least one artist supposedly getting the treatment that (to the best of my knowledge) never had anything in surround (or Quad) before.. I was surprised to hear it was a possibility.. it's not prog but I reckon it'd go down well here (and @SHF etc) if it comes to fruition.. knowing their catalogue is on Universal anything is possible (like it not even happening! :D )
 

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There's at least one artist supposedly getting the treatment that (to the best of my knowledge) never had anything in surround (or Quad) before.. I was surprised to hear it was a possibility.. it's not prog but I reckon it'd go down well here (and @SHF etc) if it comes to fruition.. knowing their catalogue is on Universal anything is possible (like it not even happening! :D )
Nice to see that Universal are continuing to take more of an initiative themselves when it comes to surround.
Their QC is far from perfect yet, as the only SW remix they've nailed so far as a release was "Songs from the Big Chair", but like I always say, Hope Springs Eternal! :)
 

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If you are still updating this list we also have Stevens mix on Anja Garbareks "Smiling & Waving" from 2001 (2.0).
 

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Added/updated 12-07-2015
- Garbarek, Anja - Smiling And Waving cd 2.0
- Hackett, Steve - Premonitions (box with Spectral Mornings, Please Don’t Touch and upmixes of Voyage Of The Acolyte and Defector) 2.0/5.1TBC
- Hackett, Steve - Spectral Mornings 2.0/5.1TBC
- Hackett, Steve - Please Don’t Touch 2.0/5.1 TBC
- Jethro Tull - Too Old Too Rock ‘n’ Roll, Too Young To Die TBC
- King Crimson - Three Of A Perfect Pair TBC
- Tears For Fears – The Seeds Of Love TBC
- Travis, Theo - Transgression cd 2.0
- Wilson, Steven - Drive Home EP bd-a dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- XTC Oranges And Lemons (TBC) (was on the list as Apples And Oranges ;)
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General: the information in brackets behind dvd-v’s indicates the highest available stream on the dvd-v. With dvd-a and bd-a it is mostly hi res PCM and DTS-MA. Compilations, stereo only live albums and vinyl only releases are not included.

Anathema:
- Distant Satellites cd/dvd-v/bd-a 2.0 (2 tracks mixed by SW, 5.1 mix by Jens Borg)
- We’re Here Because We’re Here cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1

Aristocats, The:
- Boing, We'll Do It Live! 2cd/dvd-v 5.1 (DD) (2.0 by Mark Niemiec)

Bass Communion:
- Atmospherics cd 2.0
- Bass Communion cd 2.0
- Bass Communion (II) cd 2.0
- Bass Communion (III) cd 2.0
- Cenotaph cd 2.0
- Chiaroscuro cd 2.0
- Ghosts On Magnetic Tape 2cd 2.0
- Live In Mexico (with Pig) cd 2.0 dvd-v (part of 2dvd set Insurgentes The Movie) 2.0 (PCM 48/16)/5.1 (DTS)
- Loss cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Molotov And Haze cd 2.0
- Pacific Codex cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Temporal dl 5.1 (for a limited time available at stevenwilsonhq.com)

Blackfield:
- Blackfield cd 2.0
- Blackfield II cd 2.0
- Welcome To My DNA cd 2.0
- IV cd/dvd-a/v 2.0/5.1

Bowness, Tim:
- Abandoned Dancehall Dreams cd 2.0

Caravan:
- In The Land Of Grey And Pink 2cd/dvd-v 2.0 (DD)/5.1 (DD)

Castle, Ben:
- Blah Street cd 2.0 (8 tracks mixed by SW)

Cipher:
- No Ordinary Man cd 2.0
- One Who Whispers cd 2.0

Emerson, Lake & Palmer:
- Emerson, Lake & Palmer 2cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Tarkus 2cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1

Ephrat:
- No One’s Words cd 2.0

Fish:
- Sunsets on Empire cd 2.0 (Produced and partly co-written by SW)

Garbarek, Anja:
- Smiling And Waving cd 2.0 (Mixed with Anja Garbarek and Mark McGuire)

Gentle Giant:
- The Power and The Glory cd/bd-a, cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1 (DTS 96/24)

Hackett, Steve:
- Please Don’t Touch 2.0/5.1 TBC
- Premonitions (box with Spectral Mornings, Please Don’t Touch and upmixes of Voyage Of The Acolyte and Defector) 2.0/5.1 TBC
- Spectral Mornings 2.0/5.1 TBC

Hawkwind:
- Warrior on the Edge of Time 5.1 cd/dvd-a/v 2.0/5.1

Henry Fool:
- Henry Fool cd 2.0 (2 tracks mixed by SW)

I.E.M:
- An Escalator To Christmas
- Arcadia Son
- I.E.M
- I.E.M. Have Come For Your Children

Ian Anderson:
- Thick As A Brick 2 cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 48/24)/5.1 (DTS)

Jethro Tull:
- A Passion Play 2cd/2dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1 (DTS 96/24)
- Aqualung cd/dvd-v/bd-a 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1 (DTS 96/24)
- Benefit 2cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1(DTS 96/24)
- Minstrel In The Gallery 2cd/2dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1(DTS 96/24) (Live disc mixed by Jakko Jakszyk)
- Thick As A Brick cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1 (DTS 96/24)
- Too Old Too Rock ‘n’ Roll, Too Young To Die TBC
- Warchild 2cd/2dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1(DTS 96/24)
- More to come

King Crimson:
- Beat TBC
- Discipline cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1 (both mixed by SW&RF)
- In The Court Of The Crimson King cd/dvd-a 2.0 (mixed by SW and Robert Fripp) /5.1 (mixed by SW)
- In The Wake Of Poseidon cd/dvd-a 2.0 (mixed by SW&RF)/5.1 (mixed by SW)
- Islands cd/dvd-a 2.0 (mixed by SW&RF)/5.1 (mixed by SW)
- Larks' Tongues in Aspic cd/dvd-a/bd 2.0 (both mixed by SW&RF)
- Lizard cd/dvd-a 2.0 (mixed by SW&RF)/5.1 (mixed by SW)
- Red cd/dvd-a 2.0 (= original mix)/5.1
- Starless (27 disc box with 2 dvd-a and 2 bd-a with hi res 2.0 and 5.1 mix of SABB and The Nightwatch show mixed by SW)
- Starless And Bible Black cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1 (both mixed by SW&RF)
- The Road To Red box set cd/dvd-a/bd-a (new stereo mix by SW&RF, plus 5.1 from previous Red dvd-a)
- Three Of A Perfect Pair TBC

Marillion:
- Marbles cd 2.0 (2 tracks mixed by SW)
- marrillion.com cd 2.0 (five tracks mixed by SW)

Memories Of Machines:
- Memories Of Machines cd 2.0

No-man:
- Flowermouth cd 2.0
- Loveblows & Lovecries – A Confession cd 2.0
- Love & Endings cd/dvd live 2.0
- Mixtaped 2dvd live 2.0 (PCM 48/16)/5.1 (DTS)
- Returning Jesus cd 2.0
- Schoolyard Ghosts cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Together We’re Stranger cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Wild Opera 2cd 2.0

Opeth:
- Blackwater Park cd 2.0 (mixed by Fredrik Nordström, SW & Opeth)
- Damnation cd 2.0 (mixed by SW & Opeth, 5.1 by SW, unreleased)
- Heritage cd/dvd-v 2.0/5.1 (DTS 48/24)
- Pale Communion cd/bd-a 2.0/5.1

Paathos:
- Kaalocain cd 2.0

Porcupine Tree:
- Anesthetize 2cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 48/16)/5.1 (DTS)/bd 2.0/5.1
- Arriving Somewhere dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 48/16)/5.1 (DTS) (live recording)
- Deadwing cd cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 48/24)/5.1 (DTS) dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Fear Of A Blank Planet cd cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 48/24)/5.1 (DTS) dvd-a 2.0/5.1 (incl. Nil Recurring EP in 5.1)
- In Absentia cd dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Lightbulb Sun cd cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Octane Twisted 2cd/dvd-v 2.0 (DD) (Prelim. mix by Gavin Harrison, final mix by SW)
- On The Sunday Of Life cd 2.0
- Signify cd 2.0
- Stupid Dream cd cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- The Incident cd cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 48/24)/5.1 (DTS) dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- The Sky Moves Sideways cd 2.0
- Up The Downstair cd 2.0

Roxy Music:
- Roxy Music TBC
- For Your Pleasure TBC (?)

Simple Minds:
- Sparkle In The Rain bd-a cd/dvd-a box 2.0/5.1

Solstice:
- Prophecy cd 2.0 (3 tracks mixed by SW)

Storm Corrosion:
- Storm Corrosion cd/bd-a

Tears For Fears:
- Songs From The Big Chair bd-a cd/dvd-a box 2.0/5.1
- The Seeds Of Love TBC
- more to come (?)

Theo Travis:
- Earth To Ether cd 2.0
- Heart Of The Sun cd 2.0
- Transgression cd 2.0

Travis/Fripp:
- Follow cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1

v/a:
- TF100 cd/2x10" vinyl 2.0 (5 tracks mixed by SW)

Wesley, John:
- Disconnect cd 2.0 (1 track mixed by SW)
- Shiver cd 2.0

Wilson, Steven:
- Catalogue/Preserve/Amass cd 2.0
- Drive Home EP bd-a dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- Get All You Deserve (Live) 2cd, dvd-v 2.0 (DD)/5.1 (DTD 96/24), bd-a 2cd/bd-a/dvd-v 2.0/5.1
- Grace For Drowning 2cd, bd-a, 3cd/bd-a 2.0/5.1
- Hand. Cannot. Erase cd, bd-a, cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1 (DTS 96/24), 2cd/dvd-v/bd-a 2.0/5.1
- Insurgentes cd, cd/dvd-a, 2cd/dvd-a 2.0/5.1
- The Raven That Refused To Sing cd, bd-a, cd/dvd-v 2.0 (PCM 96/24)/5.1 (DTS 96/24), 2cd/dvd-v/bd-a 2.0/5.1

XTC:
- Drums And Wires cd/dvd-a cd/bd 2.0/5.1
- Nonsuch cd/dvd-a cd/bd 2.0/5.1
- Oranges And Lemons (TBC)
- more to come

Yes:
- Close to the Edge cd/dvd-a, cd/bd 2.0/5.1
- Fragile TBC
- Relayer cd/dvd-a, cd/bd-a 2.0/5.1
- The Yes Album cd/dvd-a cd-bd-a 2.0/5.1
- more to come
 

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Goodness! I have quite a few SW 5.1 mixes to catch up on!
Not particularly interested in Jethro Tull, but maybe I should be?
If I were you, I would DEFINITELY get "A Passion Play", "War Child", and "Minstrel in the Gallery".
All are fabulous, error-free sets that can usually be found for anywhere from $25-40 (depending on how lucky you are), which is completely fine considering that each release has 2 CDs and 2 DVD-V discs encased in a beautiful 80-page hardbound book.
You really can't go wrong with any of the ones mentioned above! :)
 

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Goodness! I have quite a few SW 5.1 mixes to catch up on!
Not particularly interested in Jethro Tull, but maybe I should be?
I wasn't either, but I started with Benefit and found that I really enjoyed the music (and the mix). That led to Aqualung, and now the entire catalog is on my "to do" list!
 

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Well, save for any surprises that may crop up, I'm curious to know which remaining Steven Wilson remixes people are most looking forward to this year. For me, it goes like so:

1) XTC "Oranges & Lemons"
2) Steve Hackett "Please Don't Touch" & "Spectral Mornings" (tied since they will be in the same release)
3) Yes "Fragile"

Ironically, most of the remixes I was really looking forward to probably won't be on this year's release schedule after all, but that's the way it works out sometimes.
And even though this is not a Steven Wilson remix (but one by Jakko), I would probably squeeze "THRAK" in between O&L and the Steve Hackett remixes too, cause that one should really RAWK! :)
 

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And even though this is not a Steven Wilson remix (but one by Jakko), I would probably squeeze "THRAK" in between O&L and the Steve Hackett remixes too, cause that one should really RAWK! :)
I'm really hopeful that that remix is the real thing! Pre-ordered the box of course.

Do you have any recommendations for a great Jakko 5.1 mix?
I tried to listen to him sing a couple times (shudder).
 

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I'm really hopeful that that remix is the real thing! Pre-ordered the box of course.

Do you have any recommendations for a great Jakko 5.1 mix?
I tried to listen to him sing a couple times (shudder).
You don't like his singing?
Well that's a shame, cause one of the releases I was going to recommend for a great 5.1 mix of his would be "A Scarcity of Miracles", but his singing is all over that one, lol
So, the next step would be to go right towards "Trilogy" by ELP. He did a fantastic job remixing that album in stereo and surround.
There's also "Circles" which he mixed in surround for Gavin Harrison and O5Ric, but if you don't like Jakko's singing, this one's not recommended as I think O5Ric's singing is much worse!

There's others, but I honestly believe that "Trilogy" is the best starting point for hearing what Jakko is capable of when it comes to 5.1 surround mixing. :)
 

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You don't like his singing?
Well that's a shame, cause one of the releases I was going to recommend for a great 5.1 mix of his would be "A Scarcity of Miracles", but his singing is all over that one, lol
So, the next step would be to go right towards "Trilogy" by ELP. He did a fantastic job remixing that album in stereo and surround.
There's also "Circles" which he mixed in surround for Gavin Harrison and O5Ric, but if you don't like Jakko's singing, this one's not recommended as I think O5Ric's singing is much worse!

There's others, but I honestly believe that "Trilogy" is the best starting point for hearing what Jakko is capable of when it comes to 5.1 surround mixing. :)
I just heard Scarcity for the first time yesterday and loved it. I think Jakko was the guitarist/vocalist at the KC show I saw in SF this year? I think he did fine!

And, what a coinkidink, I'm using Trilogy to troubleshoot a 2nd, mancave/mixing 5.1 system now!
 

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I just heard Scarcity for the first time yesterday and loved it. I think Jakko was the guitarist/vocalist at the KC show I saw in SF this year? I think he did fine!
Yep, that's Jakko alright on lead vocals with King Crimson both this year and last year, the first new lead vocalist King Crimson has had in over 30 years! :)
 

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You don't like his singing?
Well that's a shame, cause one of the releases I was going to recommend for a great 5.1 mix of his would be "A Scarcity of Miracles", but his singing is all over that one, lol
So, the next step would be to go right towards "Trilogy" by ELP. He did a fantastic job remixing that album in stereo and surround.
There's also "Circles" which he mixed in surround for Gavin Harrison and O5Ric, but if you don't like Jakko's singing, this one's not recommended as I think O5Ric's singing is much worse!

There's others, but I honestly believe that "Trilogy" is the best starting point for hearing what Jakko is capable of when it comes to 5.1 surround mixing. :)
His "singing" makes me instantly hit the skip button!

Wow, Razor & Tie has S/T, Tarkus, & Trilogy each for only $12.75!
Done done & done! Apparently just the sale I was waiting for! So thank you for the timely recommendation and reminding me to grab these!
 

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Yep, that's Jakko alright on lead vocals with King Crimson both this year and last year, the first new lead vocalist King Crimson has had in over 30 years! :)
Crimson played in Madison 4 blocks from my house that last tour. Wish I would have been in the target audience for that. I liked seeing them when they were hungry for improvising.
 
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His "singing" makes me instantly hit the skip button!

Wow, Razor & Tie has S/T, Tarkus, & Trilogy each for only $12.75!
Done done & done! Apparently just the sale I was waiting for! So thank you for the timely recommendation and reminding me to grab these!
You're quite welcome! I love all three of those ELP albums and their respective 5.1 mixes by Steven Wilson (for the first two) and Jakko (for "Trilogy"), so I hope you will enjoy them too! (and especially at those prices, they are definitely worth it!) :)
 
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