Spot on description!MIDIQ said:Ziroq stirs up an amazing blend of traditional flamenco and rock with shade of Led Zeppelin and musical strands from the Middle East, India, Morocco and Latin America, as eclectic as that may sound. Ziroq’s music is exciting and unpredictable - a warm, swirling breeze one minute, dangerous, compelling and edgy the next.
This one remains one of my favorites. There are many more worth owning, I think we have covered this in other threads. Titles from Dar Williams, Widespread Panic, Jane Monheit, Pere Ubu, BJ Cole, Brimstone Butterfly, The Mavericks, Queensryche, Geoff Tate, and the COC studio album, not the live one. There is a show off disc of electronica music I can't recall now, the music doesn't do much for me but the mix and fidelity are impressive. I am sure there are others and quite a few from Immergent like those from Dishwalla and Alan Parsons (only DVD-V). Nothing has been released from 5.1 Entertainment Group in some time I am aware of so once we get a final list, it won't likely change. I don't own any of the From the Front Row Live series but understand those are awful without exception. The Cell Series of releases seems consistently awful to me, but others disagree and a couple of those might be worthwhile.I agree with everybody here. Great sound, good songs. Nice job Silverline.
NOW THAT WE ARE GETTING SHORT ON BUYING OPTIONS WE SHOULD HAVE A "SILVERLINE THAT ARE WORTH BUYING LIST".
Robert Cray (Just)
That title was certainly one of the better Silverline efforts and for $.50 ..... what can I say! People can knock Silverline all they want but IMO, they put out some wonderful titles and some of them sound outstanding.My view of Silverline is that their surround mixes generally follow a straightforward formula - the quality of the surround mix varies inversely with the popularity of the act. There are some exceptions like Ace of Spades, but mostly they got good results with lesser-known artists (often with very well known musicians but not under the band they're known for). Apparently Sanctuary Records promised them multitracks of popular stuff but only delivered stereo tapes, and we can see the results.
Meanwhile, I got this disc for 50 cents at Academy Records in NYC. Self-recommending at that price.