As I like to compare prices then went to HDtracks who only offer this title at 96/24 and considerably more at £40.50 ( All three album cost £121.50 ) as apposed to £24 from Highresaudio ( All three album cost £96 ). Cannot help wondering if sometimes we can have the Mickey taken out of us for our dedication to purchasing music?. to be honest I tend to believe the Highresaudio statement. I am not saying that HDtracks are misleading us, Perhaps just being economical with the truth. Anyways I am tempted as I am a sucker for anything original Woodstock.
The ‘technical’ quality of the format , provide high-fidelity of the ‘challenged’ playing & recording equipment at Woodstock. I.e. in a lot of tracks you hear the amplifiers hum severely (Melanie as an example).
It is excellent to taste what Woodstock was/is all about.
I always compare prices of hi-res downloads at the different sites (findhdmusic.com also helps); price differences of 100% (like $10 vs $20) for the same download are not uncommon, and even smaller but significant price differences are also common.
Qobuz Sublime+ aslo gives a large discount on download purchases, often from 40-60% vs buying the download directly from Qobuz or one of the other sites. Just now I got an album for $7.99 that way that was $14.50 at HDT WITH a 20% off discount code.