Stanley's parents sued him for introducing their daughter to hard drugs and lost. A month later, the guitarist was struck by a taxi in Central Park, resulting in multiple leg fractures and landing him in a wheelchair while finishing work on Gaucho. Ultimately, the drama paid off. The deceptively upbeat lead single, "Hey Nineteen"--another song dealing with an aging man trying to navigate a relationship with a woman decades his junior--would peak at 10 on the Hot Gaucho would reach as high as the appropriate 19 on the Billboard album chart, and go on to win the Grammy for Best Non-Classical Engineered Recording.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Review by Quint June 22, 2 of 3 found this review helpful. I just got done comparing it with the domestic SACD, and the differences were immediately apparent.
After about five minutes of listening, I was on eBay listing my domestic. Review by Marpow December 20, 2 of 5 found this review helpful. All DR values are quite good except downloads, the having a DR 14, quite good, this is a copy of that. Performance: 42 musicians are credited in this 2 year studio production.
I very much enjoyed this performance and have listened to for many years. Music and lyrics written by Fagen and Becker. Very analog sounding, lets use everybody's favorite word, warm. Lots of space between the electric piano, voices and drums. The muted strumming of Steve Kahn's rythm guitar providing some nice depth to the soundscape. This detail only the SACD can bring out. Better instrument separation.
Voice is more natural, focussed and emerges better from the music. The cymbals and percussion are more natural. The tenor has more brassiness and the electric piano has a purer tone, longer decay and also stands out more. And the rythmn guitar is more audible - the Remaster still buries it into the mix.
The percussion at the end can be heard as individual metal cylinders being struck rather than a more squashed together metallic sound. Overall you can hear deeper into the music with the SACD. I also had to adjust for the lower level of the Remaster. More distant perspective on the tenor. The RBCD further continues along these lines. The level is much lower, the soundstage collapses further, the music does not breath as much less instrument separation and the entire perspective is more distant and less involving.
But it's a nice CD judged on its own merits. The story continues and ends with these listening notes: A. B When switching back and forth between the record and the CD, it is very obvious that the record is the winner here. The CD sounds dry, thinner and 2-dimensional in comparison. Though nothing to do with sound quality as such, it continues to surprise me how low the recording level is on the CD.
I find that the CD has very little natural decay. Voices are flat and the record sounds so much richer and detailed. Night and day. C The remaster definitely has a fuller sound than the disc, but compared to the record it still sounds somewhat edgy and the electric piano sounds harder, with more metallic overtones.
The soundstage is not as wide and the cymbals sound less natural. The record wins again. D Now it becomes a real fight. The differences are no longer very obvious and one has to do more analytical listening.Steely Dan - Gaucho (Full Album) agalensinvitop.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co © IF YOU ARE THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OF THIS MATERIAL AND DO NOT WANT IT TO BE FREELY AVAILABLE, we.