APP wasn't my favorite group in the 1970s, but maybe it was because I couldn't hear it this way.
I listened in two-channel 24/192 and was blown away by the sonics. Close your eyes and the sound stage is 180-degrees wide. The fade at the end of "Genisis Ch.1V.32" slowly moves from covering and surrounding you with a HUGE wall of sound to fading into a very distant ball of sound that covers only about 5-degrees and seems like it's 400-yards away. Only in that final fade do you hear the tape hiss from the original master.
Musically this is very good, but variable. The best is very, very good ("The Voice", "Day After Day" and all the instrumentals). A couple of cuts stray too near mid-1970s pop, but what the heck...
There's thick layering of chorus, orchestra, rock instruments, etc. The clarity of it all is astounding. Really it's a masterpiece from this era.
Boy, I hope one day that the entire Beattles songbook will get this 24/192 treatment. Abbey Road studios evidently had great equipment.