|Graham Nash - Songs for Survivors in DTS DVD-Audio 5.1 Surround|
|Home Theater News Music - Software News|
|Written by Bryan Southard|
|Monday, 14 January 2002|
Graham Nash, one third of the formidable trio of CSN (Crosby Stills and Nash) and sometimes quartet including Neil Young, announced at CES 2002 that his latest album will be released in DVD-Audio DTS 5.1 surround. This release will happen at the same time as the two-channel stereo compact disc introduction.
An avid supporter of DVD-Audio’s multi-channel reproduction, Graham stated that this project has re-energized him and has him more excited about the studio than he has been in more than 20 years. "Recordings are most often done from the performers perspective – This recording is presented from the prospective of the audience."
In atypical fashion Songs for Survivors was rehearsed and recorded with new accompaniment in just ten days, a stark difference between projects of the past that had taken as long as a year to come to fruition. At his DTS press conference we were afforded the opportunity to hear a number of his songs including the ballad "Dirty Little Secrets," a song showcasing Mr. Nash’s compelling voice and masterful song writing talents.
Mixed from Nash’s studio in Hawaii, the album is scheduled for release April 9th, 2002.