Archive | November, 2013

Chet Atkins – Picks The Best

29 Nov

Chet Atkins - Picks The Best CB007 front


CB007r is no spy! Originally released in 1967 this offering from Mr. Guitar was re-released in quadraphonic format only on the Q8 cartridge. This example must have been purchased on the 13th of February 1974. Was that a Friday? Here’s hoping you have lovely weather. Enjoy. CB

Release: CB007r

Source: Q8



Strauss – Don Quixote

29 Nov

Don Quixote DS81f-2 front

Release: DS81f-2

Source: SQ CD

Process: SQ/II


Rick Derringer – All American Boy

25 Nov

Rick Derringer - All American Boy  DS317f front

Release: DS317f

Source: SQ LP

Process: SQ/II


David Bowie – Serious Moonlight

20 Nov

David Bowie - Serious Moonlight DS313f frontwithdrawn

Contains NO Video footage

Recorded in Vancouver 1983, and released on both tape and laserdisc with an SQ encoded soundtrack, this concert contains many of Bowies hits.

The laserdisc used was the second release that contained both anolgue & digital audio tracks.

 There were no more than four concerts released with SQ encoded audio, one of which i’ve already released using the CD as a source (DS131f). Another concert will be released in due course.

Release: DS313f

Source: SQ LD (second version)

Process: SQ/II


Billy Joel – Streetlife Serenade

18 Nov

Billy Joel - Streetlife Serenade  DS312f  front

Release: DS312f

Source: SQ LP

Process: SQ/II


The Famley Guitar Band – The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia

14 Nov

The Famley Guitar Band - The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia CB006 frontLink

Offered here for your enjoyment is the 3rd  installment in the series of Famley Guitar Band releases. This time the title was sourced from a Q4 rather than a Q8. Have fun and see you at the Garden Party.

Release: CB006

Source: Q4

Release: DVD-A/V  MLP/DTS/DD

A new blog

13 Nov

I’m pleased to announce that a new blog dedicated to Blu-Ray to DVD-A releases has just been opened by the same person who runs the SACD to DVD-A blog.

If your a fan of The Who’s ‘Tommy’, you’ll find a conversion of the recent Blu-Ray release there, along with the two Pink Floyd conversions.

%d bloggers like this: