I happened on a copy of the Stax/Fantasy SACD Hybrid version of Albert King's "I'll Play the Blues for You" at Best Buy today. At $14.98, I figured it was worth it, so I snapped it up. When I cranked it on my car CD player I almost crashed into a guy flipping a sandwich board on the street corner. It's hands-down one of the best-sounding blues SACDs, in fact, one of the best sounding SACDs of any kind, I've heard. I've got a bunch of Fantasy jazz SACD hybrids--Monk, Trane, Miles, Rollins--and they're all respectable. Until now, though, the Analogue Productions had it way over all of them. But Joe Tarantino did wonders on a disc that was thin and unspectacular in its standard version. The bass hits you right in the collarbone, the rhythym guitar sounds like Jimmy Chank Nolen is sitting on your couch and Albert's Flying V gives instant goosebumps. If there're any other Fantasy hybrids out there that sound this amazing, let me know, will ya?