Band – Music From Big Pink

I already posted this album yesterday, in that budget 2-fer set I have.

We all know it’s a friggin’ classic.

However, I also have these other copies of it, which are fun:

First up is a 24-bit remastered DVD-audio copy, housed in one of those outsized plastic cases. This plays in a DVD-logo player in four ways: Advanced Resolution Surround, Advanced Resolution Stereo, DTS 5.1 Surround Sound, and DVD-Video Compatible Dolby Digital 5.1. It does not work in a regular CD player.

And, of course, I have an old original LP copy. Because CLASSIC.

Hot damn.

8 thoughts on “Band – Music From Big Pink

  1. Phillip Helbig says:

    The album which made Clapton give up “extended solos and maestro bullshit” and quite Cream. When he heard that, Robbie Robertson said (paraphrased) “What a bummer! I was a big fan of Cream!”


  2. Vinyl Connection says:

    They were a funny idea, those fancy DVD CDs. I heard that the audio components in DVD players were lower quality than CD players, making the idea even stranger. Thank heavens you hung onto the vinyl, Aaron.


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