I was never a big fan, but back in the first wave, I acquired everything I could in every LP & tape format to support the struggling format.Under 55 cohort...I wonder what demographic that represents of the surround sound community. I'll bet it's a large percentage.
Changing my train of thought... I bought many an SACD and DVD-A for $19 circa 2005 for just one song, so $20 per disc for the bundle isn't bad.
I listen to The Bridge (channel 17), and their music often appears there, too.If they came out I would buy them however I will buy any titles that come out. I listen to 70s on 7 SiriusXM all the time and Summer Breeze and Diamond Girl are played pretty often. The Diamond Girl album is pretty good I think.
Not hard at all to understand.At 22 years old I’m amazed that there were albums like that coming out within a matter of days from each other.
Take late 1969 for example:
September 22: The Band Self Titled
September 26: Beatles Abbey Road
October 10: Frank Zappa Hot Rats, King Crimson ITCOTCK, The Kinks Arthur
October 22: Led Zeppelin II
October 29: CCR Willy and The Poor Boys
November 4: Allman Bros Self Titled
November 14: David Bowie Space Oddity
December 5: Stones Let It Bleed
Hard to believe there was so much creativity like that emerging weekly, a stark contrast to the new stuff we hear today.
An awesome idea! (But I have a feeling they want to keep the production of these Quadios "easy." Pull the master tape, play it, clean it up a bit, put it on a Blu-ray -- done. That could be why the price is so reasonable.)I vote no.....but if Rhino released a single quad disc of hits ,I'd buy it.