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Where Are You? Hybrid SACD - DSD


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 12, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Hybrid SACD - DSD
  • Label: Alliance
  • ASIN: B009OR06KY
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I highly recomend it!
Thomas R. Nichols
Sinatra's voice is less differentiated than the great Nat King Cole AP SACD's and his voice in contrast is closer to the orchestra.
James W. Unger
He tells the sad stories so very well.
Wayne Cassels

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By James W. Unger on February 14, 2013
Frank Sinatra - Where Are You ? SACD

What an amazing album..........what an amazing voice !

In all it's MONO-BEAUTY, Sinatra's "Where Are You?" is an album that verges on perfection! An album that is filled with that incredible creative Sinatra - lonely romanticism that only he can pull off.
I should probably tell you that I grew up in a house that played Sinatra all the time and hearing his voice again this clear harkens me back to my childhood and a place that was part Frank!

This was the FIRST album that Sinatra recorded with Gordon Jenkins and his orchestra and gave the world a little first glimpse into what was still to come!

The music is rich in texture and full of deep regret and longing....your heart will break listening to this album......

And now as for the sound.................well........daddy needs baby!!!!!!

Yup the sound of this MOFI SACD is gorgeous.......truely a beautiful disc! From the opening soft orchestral vibes of "Where Are You?" to the heart ripping "baby wont you please come home" Sinatra never sounded so clear and rich. Rob LoVerde at Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs has pulled off a little sonic magic on this SACD release! Sinatra's voice is less differentiated than the great Nat King Cole AP SACD's and his voice in contrast is closer to the orchestra. I think LoVerde did a great job in keeping Sinatra's voice mixed well with Jenkins and his orchestra. This is the way Sinatra would have wanted it and it does sound so well assembled.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Belack on May 29, 2013
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This album is chock full of vintage Sinatra ballads I had never heard before, but are incredible to listen to.
I am a fairly serious audiophile type who enjoys listening to music through a very expensive audio set-up at home. I mention this fact to illuminate just how unbelievable the sound quality is on this album. Especially considering that it was recorded over 60 years ago. Pick this one up, I guarantee your gonna love it for years to come.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rich from Atlanta on June 5, 2014
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Sinatra in his prime doing what no other before or since has done better and that's sing heart-wrenching ballads while maintaining his masculinity. This is a sit-down-and-listen-to album, REALLY LISTEN to. His I'm a Fool to Want You is worth it alone, especially if you contemplate his tumultuous relationship with Ava Gardner or any relationship YOU might have had where you kept being drawn to the flame. Sure, this album is not for the casual Sinatra fan. If you're one who thinks Strangers in the Night is art, this album will be lost on you; save your doe and buy one of his swinging albums. But if you appreciate masterpieces where strings meet voice, and you have time to allow a perfect marriage of music and emotion wash over you, then you'll definitely appreciate this new engineering By Rob LoVerde at MFSL. Very well done and worth adding to your Sinatra library even if you already have it. There's no new information in the liner notes. In fact, there are no liner notes beyond what might have been on the back of the album jacket. Also, there are no bonus tracks as with previous released versions -- just the album as it originally came.
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I need not say anything about the performance itself, a Sintra classic, and clearly self-recommending. This is strictly about the sound quality. I now own three masterings of this album, Walsh (pretty darn good for a 1989 mastering), Norberg (pretty darn bad, unless you like fake stereo and noise reduction), and now this from MOFI, in glorious mono. Clearly this is the best, and probably the sound that Sinatra (like God) intended. However, there is still a lot to be said for the 1989 Walsh mastering, which is in stereo, and still sounds great (somehow, I still like stereo) and unprocessed, even if a little dry. To choose just one, I would go with MOFI, but if you have (or can find) the original Walsh mastering (still available on Amazon UK), I recommend getting it too, if your budget permits. You will not be disappointed either way, as the music is...the music!
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