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Beck: Sea Change      (2 of 4 found this review helpful)
  Review by Rob March 4, 2005

Some of the best sonics I have heard in multi channel. Very mellow music. Perfect for a rainy afternoon. I have listened to it at least 30 times and never have tired of it. Even if you don't think you like Beck you should check this out. It is like a mellow version of Mutations
Wagner: Tristan und Isolde (highlights) - Deborah Polaski        (6 of 6 found this review helpful)
  Review by peteyspambucket March 4, 2005

As bleeding chunks go, this is an excellent representation of "Tristan und Isolde" from the distaff side. I have found Polaski to be a thrilling performer on stage having seen her in the Ring several times at Bayreuth and the MET, and other roles like Elektra. This SACD captures the excitement of ... more
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 - Bernstein        (11 of 12 found this review helpful)
  Review by peteyspambucket March 4, 2005

I want to add a very quick review, and I hope it will provide some information on this. I've had this on RBCD from its original release in the 1980s. I'm very familiar with this performance and it's been one of my favorites of all time, next to the Bohm (also with Gwyneth Jones) and the last Karajan ... more
Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky (complete) - Frank Strobel        (13 of 13 found this review helpful)
  Review by peteyspambucket March 4, 2005

This recording and performance is so good, that I have been sufficiently moved to get off my lazy butt and write this review! It's THAT GOOD! For me, this is a priceless recording and reconstruction. This piece is one of my favorite pieces of all time, and the movie had quite an impact on me, as I ... more
Brahms: Clarinet Trio & Quintet - Kjell Fagéus          (5 of 6 found this review helpful)
  Review by jmvilleneuve March 4, 2005

OK First I own about >15 recordings of the Brahms Quintet including 7 by Karl Leister (my favorite is the one on the Japanese Camerata label). I have played both the trio/quintet in concerts (albeit a long time ago!) And I am not a frustrated ex-musician. I really do not like the way Mr Fageus ... more

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