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BCC is the best sounding SACD I have ever heard. Listened yesterday on well run in SA7S1, Marantz PM whatever integreated and Revel F52 speakers. Jaw dropping. Acoustic guitars could only sound better live. Marantz and Blue Coast Records have raised the bar and I am afraid for my bank account.
Are any of you going to Rocky Mountain Audiofest in Denver? Oct 2008?
Even on non SACD it is a spectacular listen, and the music is substantial and engaging - unlike (too) many "audiophile" recordings.
Not surprisingly, my JMR Trente seem to particularly like this recording...
"...You're all welcome to stay for the next set...we're going to play all the same tunes, but in different keys..." -Count Basie
Hi all, thanks for your wonderful comments! If you have any questions about the recording, please feel free to ask.
We have a video at the website that show quite a bit of the actual recording process and the artist.
It's good to know people still care about high quality recording!
Blue Coast Records
I am planning on ordering your Blue Coast Collection sampler disc tomorrow. I have a surround music system and am very much looking forward to hearing what you are doing.
Question: Do you plan to release actual SACD's of any of these artists in the near future?
Thank you for asking about the other Blue Coast artists. Many of the artists have recordings that I have produced for various labels and can be found at CDBaby or Amazon.com. While these are not in the E.S.E. technique, many are wonderful recordings. We have plans to record and release more of their music on Blue Coast Records, as well.
In the meantime, there is a website being developed
for CDquality downloads that has plans to include many of these past projects. Jane Selkye's recording is there now.
We have more material with Glen Moore (bass), Tony Furtado, Rob Ickes, Keith Greeninger and Jane Selkye. The next scheduled SACD is from Art Lande, solo piano. A hidden preview of the disc can be found at
At the moment, it is all stereo, but if the demand is great, we may begin remixing in surround 5.1
thanks again for asking!
Acoustic guitar! Thanks for the tip. Multi-channel no less. What is the genre?
Robert C. Lang
Blue Country Heart with less emphasis on blue grass. That is the only comparison I can make. Some of the tracks on this sampler were on a NHT cd sampler that one of my local AV shops used as a demo a lot.
I bought this when it first came out. It has outstanding sonics. The disc is a sampler and is short, only around 50 minutes of music. The music is jazzy, folksy, and bluesy. Perhaps someone can characterize it better than I can. It is one or two instruments, sometimes with vocals. There is solo bass track that is just dynamite.
The recording is sourced from 2" tape with Dolby SR. It's amazing what analogue tape is capable of doing. Of course, there is no huge dynamic range and thunderous bass, but what is here is positively gorgeous.
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