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Bruckner: Symphony No. 5 - Jochum        (11 of 11 found this review helpful)
  Review by Daland January 16, 2005

Eugen Jochum was clearly one of the great Brucknerians and his authority is not in doubt, but he is let down here by rather poor acoustics (the recording was made in a church). In the redbook version the sound was constrained and harsh, i.e. hardly acceptable. Now there is a greater sense of space ... more
Miles Davis: Kind of Blue      (5 of 6 found this review helpful)
  Review by mukkachukka January 16, 2005

There's a reason why many people consider this the greatest jazz album ever made. Look at the lineup for cryin' out loud!: Miles, Coltrane, Evans, Cannonball Adderley, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb, and Wynton Kelly. Plus the modal compositions and improvisations are some of the best you will ever hear. ... more
Eric Dolphy: Out There        (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
  Review by mukkachukka January 16, 2005

My favorite "avant-garde" jazz artist, and the only SACD release of any of his solo releases. WHY hasn't "Out To Lunch" been given a multi-channel SACD release?!?!? Anyway, next to "Out To Lunch", this is my favorite solo work of Dolphy's. As has been stated before about this release, this is more ... more
Sting: Brand New Day        (2 of 5 found this review helpful)
  Review by eesau January 16, 2005

This is Sting's record from 1999 as a multi-channel version that is the same mix as the DTS-version. The DTS-records are typically very poor multi-channel mixes but I consider this to be one of the best among them. This is one of the best solo records Sting has made (among "Dream of the Blue ... more
Ray Charles: Genius Loves Company        (7 of 7 found this review helpful)
  Review by eesau January 16, 2005

The material in this album is typical for this kind of multi-performer collections that have many times been done for marketing reasons only. I personally don't like this approch because the performers seldom are at their best on these records. The same happended with many late recordings of John ... more

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