Audiophile Music

Music is the fuel for the race car, and all audio enthusiasts need new records, albums, downloads and other musical goodies to make their systems sing. Audiophile Music includes music on Compact Disc, SACD, Blu-ray, Vinyl, Download, HD Music Download and beyond. Some audiophiles even have copies of analog master tapes for their systems.

 

On this page, find insightful posts on the day’s most relevant topics when it comes to Audiophile Music.

Colin Blunstone: A Voice That Still Shines

Audiophile Music

Since Zombies are so in right now, Mark Smotroff looks at music from one of the original zombies…

Read More

Buffalo Killers – Ohio Grass

Audiophile Music

Kevin Poore looks at a group who know how to set their phasers on stun....

Read More

Bowies’ Next Day: Great Tunes, Nice HDTracks Download, So So Vinyl

Audiophile Music

Mark Smotroff looks at Bowie's latest on CD, Vinyl, and Download......

Read More

New CDs for 4-26-13

Audiophile Music

Steven Stone’s picks for new releases you should know about includes some fine Jazz, Bluegrass, Americana, and Roots albums.

Read More

Sweetest Soul From Otis Redding, Solomon Burke

Audiophile Music

Mark Smotroff gets soulful with Otis Redding and Solomon Burke on vinyl...

Read More

Trixie Whitley – Fourth Corner

Audiophile Music

Kevin Poore weighs in on Dixie Whitley's latest......

Read More

Bettye Lavette: Child of the Seventies’ Star Thankfully Shines Today

Audiophile Music

Mark Smotroff looks at an artist who has not yet received her due recognition…

Read More

Embryonic: Flaming Lips’ Lo Fi / Hi Fi Experiment Shines on LP

Audiophile Music

Mark Smotroff looks at the Flaming Lips on vinyl......

Read More

Yes’ Close To The Edge on HDTracks, SACD and CD

Audiophile Music • 4 Comments

Mark Smotroff listens to the alternatives and finds the one he likes the best......

Read More

New CD Releases for 4-5-13

Audiophile Music

Steven Stone looks at six new releases from artists you know, such as Albert King, and some you don’t, including The Nadas and Ian McFeron.

Read More

Devo – Live in 2012 and 1978

Audiophile Music

Are we not Devo? Mark Smotroff springs forward with a look at Devo Live......

Read More

Squackett: Pop-Prog Rock Master Class CD Disappoints in 5.1

Audiophile Music • One Comment

Mark Smotroff gets Squaketted, but not in surround....

Read More

Yes’ Going For The One on HDTracks

Audiophile Music • 3 Comments

And how does HDTracks’ Yes album, Going For The One stack up? Mark Smotroff gives you the 411…

Read More

Beach Boys: Surfing in Stereo

Audiophile Music

Surf's Up! And Beach Boys fans have a lot to Smiley Smile about, according to Mark Smotroff......

Read More

Record Collecting 3.0: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Audiophile Music

It's not all chocolate bon-bons and found treasures for record collectors as Mark Smotroff is all too willing to admit......

Read More

Jimi Hendrix: People, Hell and Angels Redux

Audiophile Music

Last Week Kevin Poore weighed in on the new Hendrix release. This week it’s Mark Smotroff’s turn…

Read More

Don’t Call the Fire Dept Yet

Audiophile Music

Alicia Keys' latest doesn't quite light up Charles Andrews life......

Read More

Jimi Hendrix – People, Hell & Angels

Audiophile Music

Kevin Poore goes nuts over the latest Hendrix album......

Read More

Moody Blues: Music Made For Surround

Audiophile Music • 8 Comments

If you like the Moody Blues, you need to read Mark Smotroff’s look at their multi-channel 5.1 offerings.

Read More

An Essential Blu-ray: Pat Metheny’s Orchestrion

Audiophile Music • 3 Comments

For Friday, Mark Smotroff looks at Pat Metheny's latest on Blu-ray......

Read More
Close