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#403739 - 05/01/14 09:03 PM Cleanest Recordings
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I just wanted to post a topic on the cleanest recordings you have come across. I really like a lot of Michael Jackson stuff: Black or White is a good one to crank. AcDc hells bells is good and thunderstruck is good If you have a good copy. I always thought breakfast in America was a good one. I always liked Usually/Always fred simon. Cal Massey - Bakai (1961) is a good one. Classical try Andrea Bocelli - Con Te Partiro. jethro tull skating away is a good one. Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here end of Have a Cigar.

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#403743 - 05/01/14 09:39 PM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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Roger Waters- Amused to Death
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#403745 - 05/01/14 11:56 PM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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Brothers in Arms - SACD version. Really shows off what 5.1 can do.
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#403752 - 05/02/14 03:09 AM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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Dave, what specifically are you looking for under "cleanest"? Is it audio quality or general musical quality, or something else, so that we can narrow our list of possible candidates.
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#403758 - 05/02/14 08:05 AM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: Lampshade]
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Originally Posted By: Lampshade
Roger Waters- Amused to Death


I totally agree with this. The production quality is stellar. As with much of Roger Waters' material, you need to be in a mood where becoming depressed is fine. smile
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#403760 - 05/02/14 08:28 AM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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pm,
SACD and an LP is coming soon of Amused.
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#403761 - 05/02/14 08:29 AM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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huskydave, this is a good topic that comes up every so often. I dug around and thought you'd like this thread, which has spanned 7 years.

There's also this smaller thread that incorporates movies.
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#403777 - 05/02/14 02:25 PM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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Please don't hate on me , but I have to add Micheal Jackson's Thriller to the mix. I am not a big fan ,but the musical score is well mixed and sounds fantastic.
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#403782 - 05/02/14 03:49 PM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: huskydave]
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Quincy Jones knows his stuff.

The remastered Beatles CDs (from 9/9/09) are excellent, as is their LOVE DVD-Audio.
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#403893 - 05/06/14 08:01 AM Re: Cleanest Recordings [Re: Socketman]
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Originally Posted By: Socketman
Please don't hate on me , but I have to add Micheal Jackson's Thriller to the mix. I am not a big fan ,but the musical score is well mixed and sounds fantastic.


No one can dispute that this was a monumental album in the music world. I only owned it on cassette and played it on a very mediocre boom-box so I can not discuss it's sound quality. It's one of those cassettes that I now suspect Bob stole.
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