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  • candyliquor35mcandyliquor35m Banned Posts: 2,404
    edited June 2005
    Depeche Mode - Violator especially 7. Policy of Truth
  • faster100faster100 Posts: 6,247
    edited June 2005
    Originally posted by ND13
    RUSH- Chronicles WOW!!!!!!!!!!

    I heard details I had never heard in the almost 30 years I've been listening to Rush.

    Red Barchetta
    Train to Bangkok
    Tom Sawyer
    Limelight
    etc

    I absofreakin lutely love Rush, i have a double cd set of the best of... i gotta spin this again on the sda1's...
  • ND13ND13 Posts: 7,648
    edited June 2005
    Originally posted by faster100
    I absofreakin lutely love Rush, i have a double cd set of the best of... i gotta spin this again on the sda1's...

    That should be "Chronicles". Tell me what you think after hearing it on the SDA's. I'm telling you man, there were details I had NEVER heard before. I've listened to this disc on many a rig, including several "High- End". I use it for auditioning, because of it's diversity. There are several tracks that the recording isn't up to today's standards and then there are tracks that were mastered superbly. It's a great disc for audtioning speakers as well as sources,amps,etc....
  • candyliquor35mcandyliquor35m Banned Posts: 2,404
    edited June 2005
    THE YEARNING Romances for Alto Flute - Michael Hoppe' - Tim Wheater
  • thehaens@cox.netthehaens@cox.net Posts: 1,012
    edited June 2005
    Tracks 1-3, the Race Cars is really good....a lot of movement from the L/R channels..
  • ND13ND13 Posts: 7,648
    edited June 2005
    SRV's Greatest Hits

    His rendition of "Little Wing" is beautiful.

    "Yes", pick your favorite, they all blew me away.
  • shackshack Posts: 11,572
    edited July 2005
    Put in B. B. King's Live at the Regal last night for the very first time with my SDA 1Cs. BY FAR the widest soundstage of any disc I've played. The horns were 15' left of the speaker and the guitar 15' right. Had to turn my head 45° just to get a feel for where it seemed the music was coming from. Unlike anything else I've experienced with the SDAs. Made a GREAT recording even better!
  • ND13ND13 Posts: 7,648
    edited July 2005
    Beatles- "Revolver"
  • candyliquor35mcandyliquor35m Banned Posts: 2,404
    edited August 2005
    Journey - Trial By Fire - 1996

    Their last CD with the original members and possibly their best. I didn't know it existed until I stumbled across it at a thrift store.
  • keith allenkeith allen Posts: 757
    edited August 2005
    Alan Parsons Project
    Emerson Lake & Palmer
    Bernie Williams
    The Planet Riders
    William Toppley
  • keith allenkeith allen Posts: 757
    edited August 2005
    Journey - Trial By Fire - 1996

    Their last CD with the original members and possibly their best. I didn't know it existed until I stumbled across it at a thrift store.
    I gotta find that one!
  • keith allenkeith allen Posts: 757
    edited August 2005
    Has anybody tried the original Pure Moods cd on sda's?I use to own...errr,my wife use to own it :o bet it wouldnt dissapoint
  • keith allenkeith allen Posts: 757
    edited August 2005
    Do yourself a favor put in Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody...get in the sweet spot and crank it! :D
  • keith allenkeith allen Posts: 757
    edited August 2005
    Shawn Mullins - Souls's Core - hoosier21...good call
  • ND13ND13 Posts: 7,648
    edited August 2005
    Van Morrison's "Moondance" cd
  • jfb4548jfb4548 Posts: 168
    edited September 2005
    Get any of Bela Fleck's music. Nothing I own even comes close to this sound. You have to hear it to understand!
  • ND13ND13 Posts: 7,648
    edited September 2005
    Shawn Mullins - Souls's Core - hoosier21...good call

    Yep, just picked up a replacement cd and heard it for the first time on SDAs. It was outstanding.
  • RicardoRicardo Posts: 10,464
    edited September 2005
    XM Channel 71, Watercolors smooth jazz...sweeeeet.....
  • keith allenkeith allen Posts: 757
    edited October 2005
    Got a new one,Alison Kruass & Union Station...LIVE!
  • DAGLJAM6DAGLJAM6 Posts: 635
    edited October 2005
    Here are a few adds;

    Al Dimeola- 2nd track on "Kiss my Axe"
    Just finished listening to TroyD's copy of Jennifer Warnes- "The Hunter" track 8 "Way down Deep"
    Edie Brickell- 1st Track ("Rush around") on "Volcano"
    Jeff Beck- Track 6 ("'Cause we've ended as Lovers") on "Blow by Blow"
    David Gray- Track 2 "Babylon" on "White Ladder"
  • BobMcGBobMcG Posts: 1,613
    edited October 2005
    Ok, I already listed two earlier works by these artists so now here are two later albums that are SDA great.

    2002 / Deep Forest MUSIC.DETECTED_
    2004 / essence of the forest byDeep Forest
  • dbnhdbnh Posts: 194
    edited November 2005
    Budapest By Blimp, from Thomas Dolby's Aliens Ate My Buick, on vinyl
  • RicardoRicardo Posts: 10,464
    edited November 2005
    Well, I scrolled twice through this thread and did not find it....

    Frank Sinatra; almost any of his reprise years......amazing sound stage
  • RicardoRicardo Posts: 10,464
    edited December 2005
    Wow.... pure demo material...

    Larry Carlton - Take Me Down; track 8 on Sapphire Blue

    If you have it, go play it.
  • danger boydanger boy Posts: 15,888
    edited December 2005
    I just listened to Unforgetable with Love, by Natalie Cole. sounds good on the SDA's

    the whole CD is good to listen to..
  • RicardoRicardo Posts: 10,464
    edited December 2005
    Wynton Marsalis Quartet

    Any of the tracks in "The Magic Hour CD"

    Really nice SDA material
  • ReaganReagan Posts: 65
    edited December 2005
    Steely Dan - Hey Nineteen. Also, the entire "Two Against Nature" CD.
  • StewStew Posts: 567
    edited December 2005
    Paul Simon – Graceland
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    Seal (1st Album)
    Alison Krauss – Live at Union Station
    Bela Fleck - The Bluegrass Sessions: Tales From The Acoustic Planet, Vol. 2
    Vince Gill -When Love Finds You
    Fleetwood Mac – Greatest Hits
    Eric Clapton – Unplugged
    The Rippingtons – Tourist in Paradise
    Bob James – Ivory Coast
    George Winston - Summer
    Wynton Marsalis – Live at Blues Alley
    Grover Washington, Jr. - Then and Now
    Spyro Gyra - Rites of Summer
    James Taylor – Greatest Hits (Steamroller - Live Version)
  • ReaganReagan Posts: 65
    edited December 2005
    Based on the earlier recommendation, I bought the Larry Carlton "Sapphire Blue" CD. Track 8 will put you in the studio. Wasn't he on Steely Dan's "Two Against Nature"?
  • jfb4548jfb4548 Posts: 168
    edited January 2006
    Great SDA effect - Turn it up loud!
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