I went to Amoeba Music in SF today and picked up a couple CDs. One was Dutoit's Holst The Planets (recommended by JohnK and spiffnme) and the other was Josh Ritter's Hello Startling. If you like acoutic music and great songwriting, you have to give Josh Ritter a listen. The dude's amazing.

The reason I'm posting here is that track 10 on the Ritter album, Baby That's Not All, puts an electric piano directly to the left and right of where I was sitting. I kept looking at my surrounds and double-checking that my receiver was in direct stereo mode multiple times during the song. What's funny is it sounds completely natural. When I stared at my M22s during the song, it was as if they saying to me, "What? You're still surprised after all this time?"
I can explain it to you but I can't understand it for you.