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The Weavers - Reunion at Carnegie Hall (1963)


The Weavers - Reunion at  Carnegie Hall (1963)

Label:

Classic Records (DVD 24/96)

Genre:

Folk

Product No.:
CDAD 1041
Availability:
Limited Stock
Category:

DVD 24/96



DVD 24/96  

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Only playable on DVD hardware. This disc is not compatible with CD hardware.

The Classic 24/96 Digital Audio Disc (DAD) is designed to be an audiophile musical reference. The process starts with the encoding of an analog signal from a live microphone feed or more commonly from an analog master tape. The highly sophisticated Analog to Digital converter (A to D) samples the analog signal 96,000 times per second (96kHz) and assigns a numerical value to each sample point. The 96kHz sampling rate is more than twice the 44,100 (44.1kHz) sampling rate used on standard CDs. The numerical value assigned at 96kHz - about every 10.4 microseconds - is stored as a 24 bit digital word. The significance of a 24 bit digital word is that there are 16.8 million different potential values for each 24 bit word! By contrast there are only 65,536 different potential values for a 16 bit word on a normal CD. The additional 8 bits on a DAD allow for over 16 million additional voltage values to represent the original analog signal. Further, 24 bit resolution offers 144 dB of dynamic range from the softest to the loudest musical note. At 144 dB of dynamic range we greatly exceed even the dynamic range available on the world's finest analog tape machines. For the first time in the history of digital audio we can provide Master Tape Sound (MTS).

The Weavers made a lot of live albums, a lot of them at Carnegie Hall (this was the fourth), Tso they can be difficult to tell apart, even when you're listening to one. Happily, they all share the qualities of humor, passion and good singing. And though the Weavers broke up more than a year before this album was released, it wasn't their final record, not even their final record to be recorded live at Carnegie Hall.

 



1. When The Saints Go Marching In
2. Banks of Marble
3. Woke Up This Morning
4. Ramblin' Boy
5. Poor Liza
6. Train Time
7. Wimoweh
8. San Francisco Bay Blues
9. Guantanamera
10. If I Had A Hammer
11. Come Away Melinda
12. Study War No More
13. Goonight, Irene
14. 'Round The World

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