Here are some details from the Bandcamp download site that's selling the newly remastered Brushfire Fairytales album at 16/48k. The download is available in the following formats MP3 (320k), FLAC, MP3 (VBR V0), AAC, Ogg Vorbis, and Apple Lossless (ALAC). I'll be very interested to see Computer Audiophile readers analysis of the tracks both sonically and technically via applications like Audacity, Sonic Visualizer, and Adobe Audition.
The album can be purchased here -> [Link]
"Everloving loves Bandcamp. *And now Jack Johnson's album is available digitally through their service CLICK HERE to buy the album and bonus tracks in uncompressed digital format for immediate download. *Of course you can also buy the 180gram AAA vinyl version which comes with a download card for 320k mp3's or the CD which will hit stores on April 12th. *But this digital version allows you to hear all the nuance and subtleties from the original recording. *It's been remastered by the famed Bernie Grundman. *The Vinyl was cut using a direct to lacquer technique employing all tube equipment. *This means it's a true AAA (analog analog analog) album for your purists. *Brushfire Fairytales is the perfect album for this type of treatment as it was recorded on all acoustic instruments using vintage tube microphones at the famous Grandmaster Studio and King Sound in Hollywood Ca. *The new version blows away the original release as old version was transferred through 16 bit (archaic) equipment which is now in the electronics junk pile of history. *ENJOY"