Various Artists - Audiophile Masters Volume VI (SACD)

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A wonderfully energetic music mix - Audiophile Masters VI is an audiophile’s delight. 10 great recordings of music that will make you smile and add magic to your system. An eclectic selection of music and artists that include Miguel Espinoza’s flamenco guitar-driven “Journey Home,” the avant-jazz of the Seth Lewis Quintet, a strong selection of rock, pop, and Americana, and the classical ...

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A wonderfully energetic music mix
Audiophile Masters VI is an audiophile’s delight. 10 great recordings of music that will make you smile and add magic to your system. An eclectic selection of music and artists that include Miguel Espinoza’s flamenco guitar-driven “Journey Home,” the avant-jazz of the Seth Lewis Quintet, a strong selection of rock, pop, and Americana, and the classical piano and vocal of Duo Azure.

Track after track, this high-end sampler of new, original music, coupled with a few classics from Octave Records, is a must-have for any serious listener. Recorded in pure DSD, you can count on Octave to bring you only the finest in the recording arts.

About the Artists
The album kicks off with a flourish, with Miguel Espinoza’s dazzling “Journey Home,” featuring flamenco guitar, cello, bass and percussion. The Seth Lewis Quinet navigates through harmonic twists and turns with the contemporary jazz of “Dream Theme.” There’s plenty of pop, country and Americana courtesy of Bonnie and Taylor Sims’ contemplative “Sleep,” Dylan McCarthy’s bluegrass workout “Marigold,” the piano- and vocal-driven title track from Clandestine Amigo’s Things Worth Remembering album, and the irresistible funk/rock/pop “Drug of Choice” from Dechen Hawk. Duo Azure offers “Liederkreis, Op. 39, no 6 - Schöne Fremde,” a beautiful classical piece for piano and vocal. Additional selections from accordionist/vocalist Alicia Jo Straka, singer/songwriter Monica Marie LaBonte, and the marimba/handpans duo More Than Physics round out the album with the ethereal “Why We Fell In Love.” For the joy of music and the thrill of stretching your high-end audio system's limits to see what magic it can produce, Audiophile Masters VI is a classic worth owning.