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Inside the Music: Classic Rock [DVD AUDIO] Import


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  • DVD Audio (9 Oct. 2001)
  • Please Note: This is a DVD-Audio disc which is playable on most DVD players as well as all DVD-Audio players.
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 5.1 Entertainment Group
  • ASIN: B00005U2J4
  • Other Editions: DVD Audio
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,677,257 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: DVD Audio
Volume #1 in Silverline's DVD Audio 96Khz 5.1 surround - plus DTS and Dolby Digital tracks in 5.1 - collection of classic rock tracks from the 60's, 70's, and 80's. This collection ranges from Canned Heat's On the Road Again (1968) through Sugarloaf's Green Eyed Lady and Billy Idol's Rebel Yell to John Waite's Change from 1985. The 11 tracks are supported by photos of the artists as a Back Ground Video option as their song is playing. The remastering to 5.1 is excellant as everything is sourced from multi-track masters - The stand-out tracks (in my opion) being: Centerfold - J. Geils Band; Heartbreaker - Pat Benatar, and the Canned Heat track, which is superb!
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
great tunes but a mixed bag on quality 14 Feb. 2002
By Elwood Conway - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Audio Verified Purchase
Take a look at the liner notes on this release. There are several different engineers remastering these songs into 5.1 channels. The results are uneven at best and really bad at worst. It is an unsettling experience to hear some tracks really rock in all six channels, then the next track might have very little high end (Bad to the Bone), then the next track might have only ambient sound in the surrounds whereas other tracks place instruments in them. If you get this DVD-Audio release (and you still ought to), DON'T listen to it all the way through...partial out the songs, listen to a couple at a time. If not, you may leave this one on the shelf for a long time as the wide varying mastering techniques tend to fatigue the listener...you simply cannot get into a groove.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Classic Rock : An Uneven Disc 2 July 2001
By ALK - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Audio
This DVD-Audio disc is a collection of rock music from the EMI/Capitol/Chrysalis collections. It includes 11 tracks, such as George Thorogood's "Bad to the Bone", J. Geils Band's "Centerfold" and Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell". 5.1 channel mixes are presented in 96kHz 24-bit PPCM, DTS and Dolby Digital. The 96kHz mix can be automagically mixed-down to stereo on most DVD-Audio players.
I wish I could say this is a excellent mix. Unfortunately, the first three tracks ("Bad to the Bone", "Rebel Yell" and to a lesser extent "Green-Eyed Lady") suffer from a loss of high-end treble and extra LFE/SB. Compared to Warner Music DVD-Audio discs, the LFE channel levels are extremely high.
On the plus side, once track 4 starts, this is a very listenable disc. The mixes are consistent even though they were done by five engineers. Surprisingly, the 1960's "Time Won't Let Me" by The Outsiders sounds very good given the source material. The cheesy organ music sounds like, well, very clean cheesy organ music.
The highlights from a mix standpoint may be "Centerfold" and "On the Road Again" by Canned Heat (never thought I'd write that!).
The disc has the usual DVD-Audio problems - long time skipping between tracks. On early DVD-Audio players, you'll see (but thankfully not hear) the Silverline promo before the music. The Pioneer Elite DV-38A plays the music before any promo and without the need for menu selections (no video required).
The disc does contain still photos of the various bands. These photos will sequence as the music plays. Quite frankly, I just want to hear the music and don't really care about the "video extras".
In any event, if the first three tracks were mixed properly, this would be a five. With the lousy mixes included, particularly "Bad to the Bone", it's really a three and a half - closer to a four. Let's hope they did better on the recently released "Inside the Music : New Wave".
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great starter for DVD-audio 7 July 2001
By Lama - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Audio
DVD-Audio kicks! I've been reading alot about this new media. At first, I thought that this was a lot of hype. A means by which the big heartless record companies could jerk out more money to make people pay for their sins with Napster. This new media cost about 18 to 25 dollars a pop. Intriged by the multi-channel aspect, and encouraged by the fact that it would run on my existing DVD setup, I purchased three DVD-A's. The Corrs, The Blue Man Group and a classic rock compilation. Woooow! Believe me, you have not heard music at home before! What really floored me was the classic rock. You hear things in familiar songs that you've never heard before. The depth...the impact...the details. It's undescribable! So often I've heard how sound from a C.D. sounded sterile or brassy or lacking life or warmth. I've never understood that until now. If any one runs across about 800 bucks that they don't know what to do with...I would like to make a recomdation.
12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
DVD Audio - Rock Collection. 19 Mar. 2001
By Marc Comfort - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Audio
Volume #1 in Silverline's DVD Audio 96Khz 5.1 surround - plus DTS and Dolby Digital tracks in 5.1 - collection of classic rock tracks from the 60's, 70's, and 80's. This collection ranges from Canned Heat's On the Road Again (1968) through Sugarloaf's Green Eyed Lady and Billy Idol's Rebel Yell to John Waite's Change from 1985. The 11 tracks are supported by photos of the artists as a Back Ground Video option as their song is playing. The remastering to 5.1 is excellant as everything is sourced from multi-track masters - The stand-out tracks (in my opion) being: Centerfold - J. Geils Band; Heartbreaker - Pat Benatar, and the Canned Heat track, which is superb!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
not the best mixing but worth having in the collection 21 Feb. 2013
By C. Heinrich - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Audio Verified Purchase
This is a mixed bag of music and surround mixing. I pretty much mirror most everything that has been said already. It's a perfect example of how I say the quality of the mix is different and dependent to the person who did the mixing. This dvd-audio has some outstanding mixes and some not so, but none are that bad . As other reviewers have stated, and I won't go into detail to beat a dead horse but the song selection is somewhat a mystery to me. Seems they could have done a better job in song selection so I don't listen to every single track on each listen. To make a long story short this is most certainly worth having, I wouldn't pay $100 bucks for it, it's not a setting the standard mix but then again you can tell it's from the early stages of dvd-audio as in too much emphasis in the rear channels and sometimes just a tad too much in the front left and right instead of the center. Again, if you can find it at a decent price pick it up and enjoy.
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