In layman's terms - it picks up the nuances from the transfer/remaster more clearly and in my experience it's about 20% better - but man what a difference that can make...(I own about 20 of them and have reviewed most).
It's about time someone did the four stunning BOTHY BAND albums on Polydor again.
Maybe Barry Moore's "Treaty Stone" with the "Danny Boy" 7" single which was only sold in Dublin. Or even go Irish Rock with Jimi Sleven's Firefly "Getting There", Peggy's Leg "Grinilla", The Woods Band (with Gay & Terry Woods) or The Bogey Boys...here's hoping...
(SHM-CD in Jewel Case, released 6 April 2016)
If you're looking for reliable info on Great CD Remasters - check out any of my six SOUNDS GOOD E-books on Amazon - all £4.99 and crammed full of first hand details...
The SOUNDS GOOD Music Book Series. One of those titles is CLASSIC 1970s ROCK - an E-Book with over 200 entries and 2000 e-Pages - allows you to search any artist or song in the digital index. Huge amounts of info taken directly from the discs (no cut and paste crap).
There's also COOL 1960s MUSIC and SOUL, FUNK & JAZZ FUSION and BLUES, VOCAL GROUPS, RHYTHM 'N' BLUES and ROCK 'N' ROLL in the Series.
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