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Label:
  Heads Up - http://www.headsup.com/
Serial:
  HUSA 9071
Title:
  Pieces of a Dream: Love's Silhouette
Description:
  "Love's Silhouette"

Pieces of a Dream
Track listing:
  1. Turning It Up
2. Love's Silhouette
3. Mission Possible
4. I Feel Like Singin'
5. Tonight's The Night
6. Nice & Easy
7. Mystical Perception
8. Pieceful Dreams
9. Savoir Faire
10. Enmascarada
11. Let's Roll
12. Remembrance - 9/11/01
13. Slither
14. My Funny Valentine
Genre:
  Jazz - Fusion
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
Recording type:
 
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Reviews: 2

Review by AmirKessner November 12, 2006 (1 of 2 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:  
Recommended by THE guru, Harry Pearson ("HP") of "The Absolute Sound" in his so called "The Super SACD Multichannel Discs"
(http://www.avguide.com/film-music/music/tas-pdfs/tas160/hp_sacd_list.pdf), this SACD does sound superlative, at least in my system.

The playing and singing in this SACD are probably acceptable enough, but, maybe due to my not being an admirer of this genre, I find the music painfully banal.

I therefore remain with the overall feeling that this SACD actually contains no music, only well recorded sounds.

I'd recommend it only for fans of the genre and for SEVERE cases of Audiophilia Nervosa.

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Review by lenw July 27, 2005
Performance:   Sonics:  
I've listened to this album several times before posting this review. The soundstage is wide and fairly deep, and the resolution and imaging of instruments sounds very good at times. The vocals of Tracy Hamlin & James Lloyd are very good. There's also a great deal of fine accoustic music played by Eddie Baccus Jr. & James Vincelli (Sax), Todd Parsnow (Guiltar), David Dyson & Gerald Veasley(Bass), and Jorge Ginorio (Percussion).

But IMHO this album contains way too much synthesized music. I'm not sure whether it's the style of music which seems to be heavily influenced by keyboards and computer alteration, or if the music is simply over amplified when played. But the result is the album has very little dynamic range. The album plays loud at moderate listening levels and continues to sound loud thoughout the album with few exceptions.

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