Joe Walsh - The Smoker you drink, the Player you get DVD-A and DVD-V

Posted By : empanadilla | Date : 10 Nov 2009 12:03:10 | Comments : 10 |

Joe Walsh: The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get DD4.0 DVD-A + DTS CD (1973)
DVD-A 96/24+DD 5.1+DTS CD (.ISO Image+cue+Front & Back Covers) | 96/24 4.0 MLP | DTS: 44.1/16 | 12 X 200 + 1 X 45 MB
Genre: R&B/Funk | Label: United Artists UA-DA178-H | Source: Q8 Cartridge | RS

This is the best sounding transfer from a Quadraphonic tape (Q8) that I have EVER HEARD!
This AudioSpectrum is really something.... AND , it can stand shoulder to shoulder with ANY commercial release...especially since labels are forgetting Hi Resolution Multichannel Audio!


(from wik*)The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get is the second album by Joe Walsh and his band Barnstorm, released in 1973 (see 1973 in music), although the album's front cover (right) credits only Walsh. It proved to be his commercial breakthrough, largely on the strength of the Top 40 hit single, "Rocky Mountain Way", which helped propel the album into the Top 10.
On this album, Walsh shares the vocals and songwriting with the other three members of Barnstorm, drummer/multi-instrumentalist Joe Vitale, bassist Kenny Passarelli, and the new member, keyboardist Rocke Grace . As a result, a variety of styles are explored on this album. There are elements of blues, jazz, folk, pop, and even Caribbean music.
After the success of this album, Barnstorm disbanded, and Walsh continued as a solo artist.(end wik* quote)

Rocky Mountain Way 5:14
Bookends 2:47
Wolf 3:11
Midnight Moodies 3:39
Happy Ways 2:42
Meadows 4:44
Dreams 5:38
Days Gone By 5:58
Daydream(Prayer) 2:01

No excuse here cause this plays on Hi resolution DVD-Audio 96/24 on DVDA players ,
in normal dvd players in Dolby Digital 5.1.
It also has a DTS 44/16 5.1 mix in the BONUS Folder.
AUDIO_TS = Hi Resolution 4.0 96/24 Stream
VIDEO_TS = Dolby Digital 4.0 stream (lossy)
BONUS_TS = DTS 44/16 QUAD 4.0 wav file for dts cd and Covers.

Public Service Announcement:
Please support the new releases in Multichannel Format.
It's the right thing to do.
Besides, Factory pressed discs last much longer and play better
than writable media. Support the artists!

Mojave RIP! :=(

p/w : mojave

if you want to p2p it, please credit me, but


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Posted By: oaqm Date: 11 Nov 2009 06:02:23
I unrar'd file, all I see is a 2.83GB ISO file. No cue sheet or cover art. How can 1 ISO file be a DVD-A and a DTS CD? Am I missing something?
Posted By: namrats417 Date: 11 Nov 2009 12:47:42
Thanks a lot!

I haven't gotten it yet, but I'd bet you have to pull everything out of the ISO.
(edit: yes, that's it - I use WinRar; I right clicked on the ISO and in my right click context menu, it offered "Extract to JOE WALSH" and I selected that option and it extracted to a folder named JOE WALSH and everything was in there - hope that helps)
Posted By: superfunky Date: 15 Nov 2009 17:18:41
FIrst thank you so much for this and yes i agree, people should support and buy the original if they like it but this comment....
"Besides, Factory pressed discs last much longer and play better
than writable media. Support the artists!"

That is just not true. Good quality blanks,stored well will last as long or longer than any factory pressed disc. As well there is no difference in playability.

Had to point that out but again THANK YOU for this
Posted By: empanadilla Date: 03 Dec 2009 05:46:01
Well, as far as I have known and from my experience I have NEVER had a Factory Pressed CD go bad on me..but PLENTY oF CD-Rs-
Let me know what kind of recordable CDs you use so I can buy them, so PLEASE SHARE! :=)
Posted By: JacksonGrey Date: 04 Feb 2010 08:10:34
Can you confirm the serial? UA-DA178-H does not appear to be this album or artist. Is it in fact 'ABC CTQ-40016'?
Posted By: bighumph007 Date: 02 Jun 2010 22:43:15
I'm only getting an ISO image with no bonus folder. it extracts to a folder called 09_05_28_JW_Q8_AS
Posted By: empanadilla Date: 03 Jun 2010 00:35:46
Uhmmm...you gotta OPEN the ISO to see the folders....
Posted By: empanadilla Date: 13 Jul 2011 17:16:07
I haven't had a DSL connection since August last year , so I can not upload (or basically download) anything big. This situation will remain until the bastards at the phone company decide to install a landline in my house., please accept my apologies, Empanadilla.
Posted By: RodStein Date: 02 Aug 2011 04:28:43
Posted By: shuggyo Date: 23 Aug 2011 19:22:50
Anyone else have this problem ... I can only play one track at a time and there is no "play all" option on the menu ...