Recent News about Pure Audio Blu-ray

Jazz in November: Reincarnated & The Gordian Knot

At the end of November there will be two jazz delicacies: while Gordon Goodwin will deliver the finest big band sound with The Gordian Knot, Saz prodigy Hazar will show
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John Lennon’s 80th birthday is a time to reminisce and celebrate

Celebrate what would have been music legend John Lennon’s 80th birthday with the greatest hits of his career. GIMME SOME TRUTH. THE ULTIMATE MIXES (Limited Edition) is the very special
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Herbert Grönemeyer’s “Mensch” in Dolby Atmos available again

It is finally here! Herbert Grönemeyer’s milestone and Germany’s best-selling album of all time hits the shelves in Dolby Atmos as Pure Audio Blu-ray. After a first very limited prerelease
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Revisiting The Rolling Stones’ Goats Head Soup

47 years after the original release The Rolling Stones’ 11th album finally got remastered in Dolby Atmos. Although Goats Head Soup marked the end of an era when it was
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Enjoy John Williams in Vienna at home

Hollywood legend John Williams has made his debut with the Vienna Philharmonic, conducting the great orchestra in music from Star Wars, Jaws, E.T., Harry Potter and Jurassic Park among others.
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Annar Follesø recreates more of Ole Bull´s lost work with Stages of Life

Annar Follesø and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra perform the rare work of Ole Bull. With Annar on violin leading the orchestra along a composition that has never been heard since
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Morten Lindberg, immersive sound producer and engineer wins Grammy!

The most nominated artist who had not won a Grammy before has finally done it! Morten Lindberg of Norway, after having 36 Grammy nods without a win, took home the
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Fryd by Cantus now available on Pure Audio Recordings and “The Beauty that still Remains” album announced

Female choir Cantus, conducted by Tove Ramlo-Ystad, is known for its distinctive sound, that has the character of simple, natural voices which are allowed to sound freely, but at the same
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Some of the rich and intriguing History behind the London Symphony Orchestra´s Opera and Oratorio Renditions

Pelléas et Mélisande (Pelléas and Mélisande) (opera) Debussy wrote this Opera about a love triangle in 1902. It was the only Opera that he had finished. Considered one of the
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Sir Simon Rattle continues his wonderful career with the London Symphony Orchestra

Sir Simon Rattle became the Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra from 2017. He had previously recorded with the orchestra.  This was after his successful run as the lead
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