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The Jaguar CD has the capability to play CD+G disks as well as game and audio CDs. The question often pops up..."What is a CD+G?". No, it's not a CD that plays simultaneously with a cartridge game. It's an Audio CD with graphics to go along with it. Some have pitures and art, some have the lyrics of the songs scroll across the screen. Here's is a list of the CD+Gs currently available.
[*] - see below for long descriptions of this CD+G <*> - CD+G was released in a limited quatity (ie, most CDs of this title are not actually CD+Gs, see below for identifying those that are) (p) - disk is available as a promotional only (not for resale) NON-CLASSICAL: [*] Alphaville "The Breathtaking Blue" Atl 81943 Anita Baker "Rapture" <*> Laura Brannigan "Laura Brannigan" Atl 19289 [*] Crosby, Stills & Nash "Live It Up" Atl 82107 <*> Firesign Theatre "Eat Or Be Eaten" Ella Fitzgerald "Ella/Things Ain't What ..." Flamin' Groovies "Groovies Greatest Grooves" WB 25948 [*] Fleetwood Mac "Behind The Mask" WB 26111 Emmylou Harris "Pieces In The Sky" [*] Jimi Hendrix "Smash Hits" WB 2276 [*] Information Society "Information Society" WB 25691 [*] Chris Isaak "Silvertone" WB 25156 Little Feat "Hoy Hoy" WB 3538 Little Feat "Representing The Mambo" WB 26163 Van Dyke Parks "Tokyo Rose" WB 25968 Gram Parsons "GP/Grievious Angel" WB 26108 Prince (O+>) "Arms of Orion" (UK CD5) Bonnie Raiit "Green Light" WB 3630 Bonnie Raiit "Nine Lives" WB 25486 [*] Lou Reed "New York" WB 25829 Simply Red "Picture Book" Ele 60452 <*> Phoebe Snow "Something Real" <*> Donna Summer "Another Place And Time" <*> [*] Talking Heads "Naked" WB 25654 <*> 10,000 Maniacs "Blind Man's Zoo" Ele 60815 <*> [*] Various "CD+G: A New Dimension" WNM PRO-15027 (p) [*] Various "Warner New Media presents CD+G" WNM PRO-19450 (p) Various "On The Cutting Edge" (GRP) GRD 9590 [*] Various "Tribute to Woodie Guthrie" WB 26036 [*] Various "The Home Video Album" RCA 60354-2-RC CLASSICAL: J. S. Bach "St. Matthew Passion" WNM 15010 Beethoven "String Quartet No. 14" WNM 15011 Beethoven "Symphony No. 7" WNM 15008 Beethoven/Liszt "Symphony No. 9" WNM 15009 Beethoven "Var Diabelli/Variations" Hector Berlioz "Symphonie Fantastique" WNM 15015 Anton Bruckner "Symphony No. 9" WNM 15004 Placido Domingo "Belcanto Domingo" WNM 15014 G. F. Handel "Messiah" Gustav Holst "The Planets" WNM 15001 Gustav Mahler "Symphony No. 5" WNM 15007 Felix Mendelssohn "Symphony No. 2" WNM 15029 Felix Mendelssohn "Symphony No. 3" WNM 15003 Felix Mendelssohn "Symphony No. 4" WNM 15013 Mozart "Abduction from the Seraglio" WNM 15016 Mozart "Magic Flute Highlights" WNM 15012 [*] Sergei Prokofiev "Peter And The Wolf" WNM 15028 Henry Purcell "Dido and Aeneas" WNM 15005 ==LONG DESCRIPTIONS=================================================== Alphaville "The Breathtaking Blue" Atl 81943 A series of black and white photographs are panned and scanned while the lyrics (1 - English, 2 - French) are constantly displayed below the pictures. Crosby, Stills & Nash "Live It Up" Atl 82107 Various pictures, relating to songs (well, looks like the folks who did this CD+G never actually listened to the lyrics of the song "Live It Up"). One of the best done and nicest looking CD+Gs around -- if you can find it. Fleetwood Mac "Behind The Mask" WB 26111 A series of band and related pictures are shown, along with lyrical accompaniment. Jimi Hendrix "Smash Hits" WB 2276 Bizarre, psychadelic CD+G as large pictures (which are collages of both computer art and real photos) are panned. Through the entire CD+G, the brightest palettes are continually being shifted, giving a non-stop strobe effect. Information Society "Information Society" WB 25691 Miscelaneous pictures (both real and computer art) are displayed, while the lyrics are constantly updated at the bottom of the screen. One of the nicest CD+Gs available with regard to lack of repetitiveness (except lots of the computer pictures are cut and pasted throughout the CD+G). Chris Isaak "Silvertone" WB 25156 A variety of different Chris Isaak pictures are shown, and sometimes, even a pic or two relating to a song. Golly! Sergei Prokofiev "Peter And The Wolf" WNM 15028 2 tracks - the first is an illustrated version of Peter And The Wolf, as read by Sir John Geilgud. The second track (which I believe has almost identical audio) is the annotated version, that is the audio track is accompanied by commentary about whihc instrument is being used and it's signifigance in the story. The music is performed by the Academy of London (Richard Stamp conducting). Lou Reed "New York" WB 25829 Various black and white pictures are interspursed with the lyrics (available in English, Spanish, French and Italian). Talking Heads "Naked" WB 25654 Each track is displayed showing what instruments are being used for what part of each song, along with this are 2 lyric windows, one has 4 to 5 lines in it, while the other (constantly being updated) shows the lyrics along with the guitar chords so that you can strum along at home. Various "CD+G: A New Dimension" WNM PRO-15027 Various artists from other CD+Gs are on this sampler (including Jimi Hendrix, Bonnie Raitt, Chris Isaak, Arlo Guthrie and a few tracks from the classical CD+Gs). Essentially an advertising tool telling you about other Warner New Media CD+Gs. Various "Warner New Media presents CD+G" WNM PRO-19450 Yet another WNM CD+G advertising other WNM CD+Gs. Features mostly tracks by artists of the "classical" genre, with a few "pop" artists thrown in (Information Society, Chris Isaak) for good measure. Various "Tribute to Woodie Guthrie" WB 26036 As each songs begins, photos from the 1930s and 1940s are shown to accompany Guthrie's songs about the Great Depression, WWII, and other events of the time. Artists include: Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Odetta, Tom Paxton and Pete Seger. Various "The Home Video Album" RCA 60354-2-RC [review by Jason H Mccalla