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The Police: Every Breath You Take        (1 of 3 found this review helpful)
  Review by PaulHoncoop January 22, 2005

Not one of the best sounded sacd's i have in my collection. The sound of this sacd is a little bit to shrill. However some tracks sounded well (Every breath you take for example). I missed songs like So lonely and Bring on the night. I don't know why they put Don't stand so close to me '86 on it. On ... more
Meat Loaf: Bat Out Of Hell      (5 of 5 found this review helpful)
  Review by PaulHoncoop January 22, 2005

This SACD is the worst sounded i ever heard. Sounds very shrill without any bass. Listening to it is givin' you a good headache for days. Nothing wrong with this masterpiece album, but send this SACD back to hell!
Beethoven & Mendelssohn: Violin Concertos - Heifetz/Munch        (6 of 8 found this review helpful)
  Review by tream January 22, 2005

I am going to offer a different view on this recording than the other reviewers. First, the good news: the BSO plays magnificently, and my respect for Munch as a conductor continues to grow.(In my earler years I was much influenced by the writing of B.H. Haggin, who viewed Toscanini's work as ... more
Favorite Chinese Instrumentals        (4 of 4 found this review helpful)
  Review by drcook January 22, 2005

If you want a reference quality Stereo SACD this is it. Each instrument is featured at least one time on the album. The sound quality is clean with a definite "you are there" sound. When listening I can pinpoint the location of each instrument, and that includes being able to determine whether one ... more
Chopin: Polonaises - Pollini        (5 of 7 found this review helpful)
  Review by akiralx January 22, 2005

Yes, as other reviewers have said, you really need a multi-channel setup to get the most from this SACD. I used to have this album in its DG Originals incarnation (still available of course), and at the time felt the recording rather clattery - to such an extent that it rendered the interpretations ... more

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