The Wall hardly needs any introduction, but we can still take a summary presentation for late arrivals among the music listeners. The album The Wall was one of Pink Floyd's Three gratest releases of all times, along with Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here. Some would like to claim that it even surpasses "Dark Side", at least if one take into account the Wall's importance as a political and socially critical element.
Record lables Simax and Aurora have eased the veil and showcased releases sceduled for this autumn. There are many exciting upcoming releases, and some releases stand out as particularly interesting.
The US record label Sono Luminus is an important contributor to good music releases on Pure Audio Blu-ray. Now they follow 2L in adopting 3D sound format Auro-3D.
Kristian Ferenc Sylthe is a young, talented cellist. Here is his debut as a guest writer with a record review at Audiophile.no, and we hope to bring more articles from his keyboard at later occations each. Read his review of Truls Mørk's performance of Shostakovich's Cello Concerts.
The Dutch label PENTATONE has released two new SACDs. We are talking about Gustav Mahler's 4th symphony, and piano works by Franz Liszt.
Scottish label Linn Records releases four new SACDs. They include the composers Mahler, Monteverdi, Xenakis and William Lawes.
The Dirty Callahans have published two CDs before. This time they have chosen to release an LP, and I have listened to Never Get Ahead.