While I am a big fan of other label's classical budget lines (Sony Essential Classics, EMI Seraphim and Encore, etc.), I have generally steered clear of RCA's recent Red Seal bargain discs because the performances they have chosen to issue have been less than appealing. That all changed with the release of this title, which couples the Dvorak 8th Symphony & Cello Concerto as performed by the great Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Sure the 1960 recording of the Concerto, with Gregor Piatigorsky, is still available in the "Living Stereo" series, but this breathtaking 8th from 1961 has been out-of-print for years and recently has been fetching some unheard of prices in the Amazon Marketplace. Thankfully, equilibrium has been restored with this reissue, even if you have to buy it just for the 8th.