Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

 (Japanese Import)


Label:

Warner Bros. (Japan)

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
CWARJ 14171 SA
EAN: 4943674108947
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

Hybrid Multichannel SACD



Hybrid Multichannel SACD


Fleetwood Mac's classic on Hybrid Multichannel SACD!

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time — Rated 26/500!

A fine offering from one of England's oldest bands, this album mixes a generous blend of pop and rock that appeals to both sexes: Women like it because it is "listenable," men like it because most of the songs are borderline romantic without being mushy.

Nineteen times platinum in the U.S. alone, Rumours is one of the best-selling albums of all time. This Diamond Award winning, Grammy "Album Of The Year" masterpiece includes the hits "Dreams," "Go Your Own Way" and "You Make Loving Fun." Japanese pressing.

 

 



1. Second Hand News
2. Dreams
3. Never Going Back Again
4. Don’t Stop
5. Go Your Own Way
6. Silver Springs
7. The Chain
8. You Make Loving Fun
9. I Don’t Want To Know
10. Oh Daddy
11. Gold Dust Woman
12. Songbird

Customer Reviews (4.60 Stars) 5 person(s) rated this product.

Just like the 45 rpm

posted on 05/12/2022
5 Stars
Reviewer: Brian VanPelt
I'm pretty certain that the same master tape was used for the 45 rpm version and this SACD. I've listened to both, and they sound the same. Additionally, the 45 rpm was released in April 2011, while the SACD was released in September 2011. So you see, it's almost a certainty the same master tape was used.

As such, my review for the 45 rpm was very high - it is the best version of Rumours I've ever heard. Additionally, the records themselves were almost perfectly quiet. Thus, if you buy the 45 rpm or the SACD, you will get the same experience,

There is one small difference between the 45 rpm and this SACD. In the song Gold Dust Woman you hear yelling (possibly from an audience member or perhaps from the band itself). That yelling is not on this SACD. Nonetheless, the versions of that song sound the same (that yelling may have been on a separate track they could easily remove).

Overall, the SACD is essentially perfect as there is no surface noise at all.


Stereo - 5 stars / 5.1 Mix - 0 stars

posted on 05/18/2019
3 Stars
The GOOD: The stereo layer is amazing. I have been listening to this record since 1977. The stereo soundstage is distinct and spacious. It is worth the purchase just for the stereo layer. This is everything I thought this record should sound like. It sounds great turned up real loud. Stereo warrants 3 stars.

The BAD: The 5.1 mix is a mess. Instruments that were never there were mixed in. The vocal mixes are all over the place. Mick’s drums have all but disappeared. Someone really liked Stevie Nicks because her vocals are way up in the mix. Sometimes it even sounds like an alternate vocal take was used. There is extra reverb on the vocals & instruments that drown out the rest of the mix. John McVie’s bass is boomy and sounds unnatural. This is the worst 5.1 mix I have ever heard. Who decides to wreck one of the greatest rock albums of all time? This record did not need "fixing". I know Ken Callut, who engineered the original album, mixed the 5.1 version; but he did not do


Amazing SACD

posted on 04/20/2018
5 Stars
Not a big Fleetwood Mac fan. I've heard this album plenty in a variety of formats over the years. It has been overplayed on radio for decades. I bought this SHM SACD after seeing so many positive reviews of this particular SACD release. Wow! I'm hearing things on this SACD I've never heard before despite hearing these songs so many times before. It is very noticeable to the point it has revived this recording for me. Whether you are a Fleetwood Mac fan, an audiophile, or a surround music fan, this one is a winner.


great 5.1 mix

posted on 03/29/2017
5 Stars
this has a very good 5.1 mix one of my better sacds if you like fleetwood mac you will love it in multi channel


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