Digital Trends: The history of the CD’s rise and fall.

Brothers in Arms? Yeah, I suppose so. If you were addicted to pop. But only certain albums got pressed on CD in the early days. The stunners were White Winds, Andreas Vollenweider and Harlequin, Dave Grusin and Lee Ritenour. Spin those today, I still get chills and can remember exactly where I was when I heard them on quality CD playback.

Here's Harlequin's lead track. Ivan Lins singing. Always incredible.

White Winds, I can only find (ironically) the vinyl version on YT.