V.A. - Reggae In High-Fi (2003) {SACD} (Audio Fidelity) [24:88]

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Various Artists ΓÇô Reggae In High-Fi (2003) [Audio Fidelity SACD #AFZ-014]


PS3 Rip to FLAC (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,33 GB| No Cue/Log. 


Remastered for SACD Mastering by Steve Hoffman at KevinΓÇÖs AcousTech Mastering, Camarillo, CA.


Reggae In High-Fi contains 15 jammin’ selections… the cream of two decades from RAS Records. RAS Records is considered the pre-eminent Reggae label today. These are the real authentic sounds and superstars of Reggae. Some of the featured artists include Black Uhuru, who was the winner of the very first Grammy for Reggae, Yellowman, who rose to superstardom as the notorious “toaster”, Israel Vibration, one of the biggest groups in Reggae today, as well as Jacob Miller, Freddie McGregor and Gregory Isaacs… all superstars and all perennial chart-toppers and more.

Some listeners love to load up their iPod or CD player and hit the random button, delighting in the juxtaposition of songs and styles that burst forth in startling sequence. Others find that extremely annoying, preferring a smooth switch in sounds and gentler progression of styles that create a sumptuous coherent set. Those latter will find this compilation irritating to say the least, as it leapfrogs across the reggae spectrum, heedless of decades, subgenres or styling. Load it up, hit random, and IΓÇÖll guarantee the result will be better sequenced. That said, thereΓÇÖs no arguing with the quality of the 15 tracks nor with the star appeal of all the artists featured within. The songs are all licensed from RAS Records, the American label so instrumental in seeing roots reggae and culture through the lean years of the ΓÇÖ80s and beyond, a musical propensity the company maintains to this day. But that isnΓÇÖt to suggest this is a roots comp, although two masterpieces from Peter Broggs and Jacob Miller certainly fit that category. Even the culture icons had to move with the times, and thereΓÇÖs a dancehall-lite vibe to the majority of the music here, which on occasion moves straight into ragga territory. Considering both the labelΓÇÖs and the artistsΓÇÖ reputations, itΓÇÖs surprising, however, that the messages mostly revolve around mashing up the dancefloor, with the DJs inevitably delivering up the most massively pleasing numbers. Regardless, with such artists as Black Uhuru, Israel Vibration, and Gregory Isaacs on board, this set truly nices up the dancehall. Magnificent music, but an odd selection nonetheless. 

Tracklist:
01. Peter Broggs ΓÇô Jah Jah Voice Is Calling
02. Jacob Miller ΓÇô 80000 Careless Ethiopians
03. Freddie McGregor ΓÇô Push Comes To Shove
04. Natural Beauty ΓÇô Nice Up Dancee
05. Culture ΓÇô Youthman Move
06. Black Uhuru ΓÇô Great Train Robbery
07. Israel Vibration ΓÇô Cool And Calm
08. Israel Vibration ΓÇô Highway Robbery
09. Don Carlos ΓÇô Spring Heel Skanking
10. Gregory Isaacs ΓÇô Pride And Dignity
11. Blood Fire Posse ΓÇô Every Posse Get Flat
12. Sanchez & Flourgon ΓÇô Place Mash Up
13. Yellowman ΓÇô Reggae On The Move
14. Yellowman And Mad Professor ΓÇô Wild Wild West
15. Eek-A-Mouse ΓÇô Oh Me Oh My

Remastered for SACD Mastering by Steve Hoffman at KevinΓÇÖs AcousTech Mastering, Camarillo, CA.


foobar2000 1.1.14a / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
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Analyzed: Various / REGGAE IN HIGH-FI
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR17 -4.52 dB -23.91 dB 7:09 01-Jah Jah Voice Is Calling
DR15 -5.81 dB -22.57 dB 4:14 02-80,000 Careless Ethiopians
DR13 -6.15 dB -21.50 dB 3:42 03-Push Come To Shove
DR15 -5.76 dB -24.82 dB 6:43 04-Nice Up Dancee
DR12 -8.81 dB -22.00 dB 3:53 05-Youthman Move
DR12 -7.26 dB -21.69 dB 5:57 06-Great Train Robbery
DR14 -5.83 dB -21.68 dB 4:27 07-Cool And Calm
DR13 -6.78 dB -22.77 dB 3:40 08-Highway Robbery
DR16 -5.75 dB -23.89 dB 4:39 09-Spring Heel Skanking
DR14 -5.21 dB -22.07 dB 3:47 10-Pride And Dignity
DR13 -8.78 dB -24.27 dB 5:46 11-Every Posse Get Flat
DR13 -6.80 dB -21.77 dB 3:41 12-Place Mash Up
DR13 -7.85 dB -22.40 dB 3:20 13-Reggae On The Move
DR14 -7.67 dB -23.73 dB 4:18 14-Wild Wild West
DR12 -7.92 dB -22.24 dB 5:11 15-Oh Me Oh My
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Number of tracks: 15
Official DR value: DR14
Samplerate: 2822400 Hz / PCM Samplerate: 88200 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 5645 kbps
Codec: DSD64


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V.A. - Reggae In High-Fi (2003) {SACD} (Audio Fidelity) [24:88]/01 - Jah Jah Voice Is Calling .flac 140.877 MB
V.A. - Reggae In High-Fi (2003) {SACD} (Audio Fidelity) [24:88]/04 - Nice Up Dancee.flac 134.119 MB
V.A. - Reggae In High-Fi (2003) {SACD} (Audio Fidelity) [24:88]/06 - Great Train Robbery.flac 126.75 MB
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