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Reference "stereo" songs

pavuol

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Post titles (your favourite or "just" quality/reference grade) that feature some clear "stereo" separation/effects. Any genre, era..
If possible, try to insert media in your posts.

Hope I start with nice examples :)

Keith Richards - Hate It When You Leave

Eagles - One Of These Nights
 
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Frank Dernie

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Roger Waters Amused to Death, Q-sound gives some amazing depth effects, the dog bark and old soldier narrating are nowhere near the speakers in my system.
 
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Kim Richey - The Circus Song (Can't Let Go)

The Cars - Moving In Stereo

Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On

P!nk - I'm Not Dead

Earth Wind & Fire - That's the Way of the World

Kyle Riabko - Miss Behavin'
 

restorer-john

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the dog bark and old soldier narrating are nowhere near the speakers in my system.
That's because the barking dog is actually next door, and the old soldier narrating is a dirty old squatter living upstairs in your spare room. :)
 

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Most songs in this category are sometimes I feel almost cheating. Listing off high Dynamic Range titles, that OF COURSE would have decent separation with natural instruments playing usually one at a time or sometimes just a handful, nothing insanely impressive from a "separation" standpoint, just generally well recorded music.

So in the interest of not adding another to the list of those, I have this


But for those that don't mind natural instruments, you don't get much more Stereo than this

 
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