Get "The Ultimate Album Experience" without the mindless costs

With The Audiophile package, you get

  • Expanded 16 page liner notes booklet (50% larger than CD case booklets. mailed to you)
  • The actual 32 Bit Floating Point mastered files (higher than CD quality)
  • 16 Bit mastered files (if you wish to burn your own CD's direct from the master files)
  • 320 kbps MP3's (Top quality sound when small file sizes are preferred)
  • All for less than the TRUE total cost of a standard CD (due to eliminating the huge additional costs for shipping and duties a CD triggers)

Album Anniversary Special Offer!

Bridge Across the Years was released for digital download on April 28, 2023 and CD’s started shipping for pre-orders on May 26. 

We’re celebrating by offering a limited run Collectors’  First Edition of the Audiophile package, (only 200 copies have been printed), numbered sequentially from 001/200 to 200/200 and personally signed.

All orders placed between April 24 to May 26 for the standard version (just US$19.95) will receive the collectors’ edition (reg. US$29.95) at no extra charge. When the First Edition is sold out, a Second Edition (also numbered sequentially) will be shipped.

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The two biggest surprises I had when I released Bridge Across the Years in May, 2023 were:

  • The number of people who don't own CD players but bought the CD anyway so they could get the liner notes
  • The insanity of the international postal system. If I mail a 16 page booklet from Vancouver to Liverpool, it's called "a letter" and postage is CDN$3.88 (Note: store prices are in US$). If I add a little plastic disc called a CD, the postal system now calls it "a parcel" and cost is now CDN$11.95. And then there's the customs duties.

This caused me to rethink how I make music available. Why force people who don't own CD players to pay those extra shipping costs when what they really want shipped is the liner notes? Also, if we're not mailing a CD, why make the booklet small enough to fit inside a CD case? Why not make it bigger?

And most importantly for audiophiles, you need not settle for traditional 16 bit CD quality when the actual 32 bit mastered files can now be offered.

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