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Deep Purple - The Audio Fidelity Collection

Date Posted: 
November 11, 2013

Audio Fidelity - the amazing company that releases 24-karat CDs with the original mixes played back on special gear - has just put out their first box set. Deep Purple: The Audio Fidelity Collection is a compilation of four the English band's best records: In Rock, Machine Head, Fireball, and Who Do We Think We Are.

Boz Scaggs and Zevon’s Excitable Boy Gets Audio Fidelity’s SACD Treatment

Date Posted: 
October 31, 2013

SACDs (Super Audio CDs) may not be on everyone’s mind, but they’re still compelling media for those that like a beautiful – and well defined – sound emanating from their speakers.  This is especially true of well-loved and highly respected titles from bands of the past.  The unfortunate thing is that current titles, the new ones coming out on a weekly basis, never get this treatment.  That is largely what keeps the once mighty format on the shelves of people highly invested in the bands they have come to love over the years.

Vangelis <> Blade Runner OST Hybrid SACD

Date Posted: 
August 31, 2013

Vangelis: Blade Runner OST - deserves recognition as one of the finest soundtracks of all time

James Taylor <> Gorilla 24K Gold CD

Date Posted: 
August 26, 2013

Audio Fidelity Releases James Taylor on 24kt Gold CD

Crosby, Stills & Nash <> CSN 24K Gold CD

Date Posted: 
August 25, 2013

Audio Fidelity Releases CSN Classic on 24kt Gold CD

Vangelis <> Blade Runner OST (Hybrid SACD Remaster)

Date Posted: 
July 15, 2013

Ridley Scott’s 1982 Sci-Fi classic Blade Runner had an equally memorable soundtrack provided by Evangelos Odysseas Papathanassiou, a Greek composer known worldwide as Vangelis. His electronic, progressive, ambient, jazz, pop, rock, and orchestral scores are recognized as more than an addition to a movie or background music.

YES <> Going For The One (Hybrid SACD Remaster)

Date Posted: 
July 2, 2013

In 1978 Yes recorded one of their greatest epics during a time when punk rock reigned supreme. 
Going For The One is consider by many to be a masterpiece that marked the return of keyboardist Rick Wakeman and shorter song lengths.  The album went to number one on the UK Charts for one week and reached number eight on the Billboard 200.  It contained two hit singles that became staples in the bands live performances and the LP remains one of Yes’s finest productions to date.

ELVIS PRESLEY <> King Creole (Hybrid SACD Remaster)

Date Posted: 
July 2, 2013

“The King”, “Elvis the Pelvis”, “The King of Rock and Roll” these are all names given to one of rock and roll’s most recognized and beloved icons of the 20th century.  In 1956 the rock and roll world was forever changed as Elvis released his first self titled LP on RCA Records launching his career at break neck speed.  In the years to come Presley sold millions of records and products and became one of the most successful musicians of all time.  In 1958 Presley entered the U.S.

YES <> Close To The Edge (Hybrid SACD Remaster)

Date Posted: 
May 9, 2013

It’s no surprise that Close to the Edge has been as popular as it has been. When it was released in 1973, it shook Yes fans’ world. Even Jon Anderson, in a recent TAP (and The Morton Report) interview, said that the band knew they had created “…something special”. Since its release, there has been multiple versions of the groundbreaking album released including Rhino Records’ vault-revisited reissue that provided a good remaster, and important bonus tracks.

Rush :: Counterparts

Date Posted: 
March 19, 2013

    Progressive rock in the early '90s was not the place to make it and pay the bills. There were a few bands that were able to flow with the times and record relevant music regardless of what the public taste was at the time. Rush was one of those brilliant bands that have fans that saw them through the changes and supported them through thick and thin.