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82. 70 Ounces of Gold: Solid Gold
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81. A Capitol Rockabilly Party part 2
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Disky. 1999. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Worth the Wait
After a three month wait while Amazon located a copy of this I am more than satisfied.While not in the same ballpark as Elvis, Burnette etc.It is a good collection of various less common titles. Outstanding tracks include Skeets McDonalds' Heartbreakin Mamma, Jerry Reed's Mister Whizz and the Farmer Boy's My Baby Done left me.Some titles may stretch the definition of Rockabilly with too much Jordanaire type background vocals there is enough guitar licks here to make up for it. ... Read more


82. 70 Ounces of Gold: Solid Gold
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83. Only Love: 1960-1964 (Series)
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84. Spirit of '73:Rock for Choice
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It's best not to be overly critical of good intentions. Take, for instance, Spirit of '73, a benefit compilation for the music industry's pro-abortion-rights organization, Rock for Choice. The album concept: songs by female or female-led acts of the '70s, the period of the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, redone by female or female-led acts of today, with profits going to help pro-choice groups. A neat idea, particularly if you support the cause.Hear Spirit of '73 for what it's worth and you'll surely get a kick out of its more inspired remakes: Maria Muldaur's "Midnight at the Oasis" done with the wild harmonies and jangly guitars of L.A.'s that dog, and Olivia Newton-John's "Have You Never Been Mellow" given an alterna-reading by Pet. And you'll also appreciate Rosanne Cash's classy performance of Joni Mitchell's "River" and Cassandra Wilson's surprisingly effective take on Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly with His Song."But if you can't restrain your cynicism, you may conclude that most of the songs are pale copies of the originals; that the "'70s segue bits" (like the sound of a hair dryer or a waterbed) sprinkled between songs are incredibly dumb and unauthentic; that the record's politics are well-meaning but naive ("Circulate a petition," it suggests, as if the signatures of a few dozen 16-year-olds will make Newt Gingrich quake); and that, except for tracks like the sisterhood anthem "We Are Family," most of the covers provoke the question "What's the point?"--Roni Sarig ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Buy it. It's a steal.
I really like this album. I bought it when it first came out and I still listen to it. I love all the covers.

2-0 out of 5 stars Could go either way ...
Of the many tracks on this CD, there are only 3 good covers. However, they are really good covers, so if you have the space to store this CD you might want to get it. "If I Can't Have You" and "Dreams" are really well done, and "More More More" is a fun interpretation. There are millions of "Dancing Barefoot" covers in the world and they are all much better than the Johnette Napolitano version here. "Cherry Bomb" is a great song, but this version doesn't make much diversion from the original. Everything else is forgettable.

3-0 out of 5 stars Generally Worthwhile Stuff
70's female numbers done by 90's female artists. There's the story, and it works out about how you'd expect. Several of the numbers are killer - Eve's Plum doing "If I Can't Have You", Ebony Vibe Everlasting's gospelesque take on "We Are Family" - while others simply don't rate - Pet's "Have You Never Been Mellow". The disk seems to lose its drive about halfway through (I don't know how bad the 70's were, female-wise, but did they need TWO Roberta Flack numbers?). Probably worth the reduced price, whatever your political affillation. ... Read more


85. Only Rock'N Roll: 1955-1959 (Series)
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5-0 out of 5 stars This is the best music you'll ever hear in your life!
If you have bought "Only Rock'N Roll: 1955-1959 #1 Radio Hits" and thought it was the best, (so do I), why not get this one as well. On this CD are some of the best selling songs of the '50s. All of them made the Top 20 and many reached #1. Such hits like "Rock Around The Clock" (25 weeks at #1 in 1955), Maybellene (#2 in 1955), Peggy Sue (#3 in 1957), The Great Pretender (#1 in 1958), Wake Up Little Susie (#1 in 1957), Donna (#2 in 1958), and At The Hop (#1 in 1958) will have you rockin' and rollin' all day and all night, baby! I highly reccommend this one to '50s rock'n roll fans, and to people who are my age that love this as well. I'm only 14 but I think this is tops! This rocks all the way, baby!

4-0 out of 5 stars several hits on one CD
This CD has several very popular songs in the original versions. If you see several songs you like, it is definitely worth getting, as it will save you a lot of time and money finding the songs on individual CDs. The sound quality is good. There are no notes or information other than the names of the songs and artists.

I looked for this CD here because I wanted to get some of the other volumes in the set and I couldn't find them anywhere. ... Read more


86. The British Invasion: History of British Rock, Vol. 9
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5-0 out of 5 stars Essential Music
The whole Rhino collection of the British Invasion is superb, even including a few tunes from down under (Australia) like The Easybeats (Friday On My Mind). Grab up as many volumes as possible for a musical & historical treat. The liner notes are informative & the remastering is terrific. DO NOT trade in your 45's though. I was dumb & gave them to my nephew & feel like I gave away part of my childhood!

5-0 out of 5 stars This one's the best.
I own six CDs in the British Invasion series. They're all good, but I listen to this one the most. Atlantis, Hush, Build Me a Buttercup, Skypilot, Long Cool Woman - all great tunes. ... Read more


87. Steinway To Heaven
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Well known and well respected rock keyboardists performing classical pieces is a multi-level challenge. It is of course a challenge to the players themselves to step beyond the commercially-imposed boundaries of their careers to produce a piece which will live forever in some recorded medium. It is a challenge to a record company which is counting on the talent of the artists to appeal to buyers as well as the loyalty and enthusiasm of the music lover to buy the recording once it goes into the marketplace.

But the challenge goes further. It goes out to the music consumer to stretch his/her own expectations of the artists as well as to step outside the comfort zone of the stylistic setting to which they have become accustomed. If you are a fan of a particular artist or artists on this CD, you will probably be hearing them in a musically unfamiliar context. If you are first and foremost a fan of classical music, you will be listening to artists who may not be familiar to you. New interpretations on familiar themes, new techniques applied to classic compositions. Everyone involved had to stretch. Stretching is good. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Proghead's Dream CD
What could a Proghead want more than this? Emerson, Wakeman, Moraz together again for the first time.

The idea for this album is a good one. All those classical chops put to waste on rock albums can now show the deftness, taste, and ability to recreate Western Art classics. Some play it straight; Wakeman practically phones in his piece, others lay their hearts on the line: Patrick Moraz's reading of Chopin is world-class. The highlight of the album might be Brian Auger's jazzy rendition of Faure's Pavanne Op. 50.

4-0 out of 5 stars Each piece is a labor of devotion
I purchased this cd to hear Chuck Leavell's contribution and while his is quite good, you have got to hear Brian Augur's interpretation of a Faure composition. It's absolutely heart rendering! Patrick Moraz sounds great and Rick Wakeman delivers a stunning, surprisingly quiet and sensitive Beethoven contribution. I agree with a previous reviewer below that Keith Emerson sounds "exactly as you'd expect him to." The short biographies of the 12 contributors are excellent and impressive and the short contributor-penned project notes about why each selected the pieces is fascinating -- especially Moraz'. the biggest surprise to me is how can David Bryan play so wonderfully here and remain fulfilled professionally in Bon Jovi. The money, women or both must be fabulous.

5-0 out of 5 stars If You Are Into Piano ....
If you are into piano (and why else would you be here?), you should own this CD. The performances range from the expected (Emerson plays the way you would expect Emerson to play) to the unexpected. Wakeman and Jordan Rudess take a serious (and well done) approach whereas Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones,Eric Clapton ..) takes more "liberties". Chis Ingles' and David Bryan's classical training make them well suited for this collection. Heck, they are all great! Every time I listen to the CD I find something else to like about it (ok, so I'm a little late discovering this one)....

5-0 out of 5 stars A MUST HAVE
THE QUALITY OF THE SOUND OF THE PIANOS REFLECTS THE QUALITY OF THE MUSICIANS. IT'S ALWAYS AN EFFORT TO LISTEN TO PIANO MUSIC BECAUSE THE RECORDINGS ARE SO POOR. THIS STANDS OUT. THE SOUND IS BRIGHT AND TRUTHFUL. BEAUTIFUL INTERPRETATIONS OF THE MASTERS BY MASTERS( OF COURSE........WE ALL KNEW THEY WERE!). A MUST FOR PIANO LOVERS. ... Read more


88. That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 3: Rockabilly From The Capitol Vaults
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4-0 out of 5 stars A pretty good start..
The great rockabilly included in this collection comes from the RCA vaults. Elvis Presley switched to RCA after Sun Records, and not surprisingly, there are a few Elvis-style songs on here, whether it was songs he rejected, or people trying to imitate him. But that said, it should in no way deflate the value or the quality of this collection, because it is really good. There's a wide range of styles and lineups--straight rockabilly, honky-tonk, rock&roll, etc. My only complaint would be that it starts off incredibly strong with first 5-6 songs, then it's hit or miss after that.

Also worth mentioning is the incredible care for detail that the Bear Family puts into this collection. Each volume contains a large amount of liner notes, and every person gets a page or so, including pictures if they're available.

Also check out Volume 5, which has almost no filler. ... Read more


89. Surf Monsters: Past, Present & Future Surf Classics
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1999 surf collection, the follow-up to Del-Fi's massivelypopular 'Pulp Surfin'', featuring surf classics from thepast, present and future.Featured artists include TheLively Ones, Satan's Pilgrims, The Centurions, Man Or Astro-man, The Bomboras, The Space Cossacks, The TikiTones, Powerjive and more!20 surfin' tunes in all. Del-Fi Records. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic capture of sounds of surf!
This disc is pure listening pleasure as one track after the other presents surf bands with extreme talent. I can't get enough of Albatross Joe by the Cocktail Preachers

5-0 out of 5 stars Taking surf music into the modern era
The Surf Mosters CD does a great job of giving light to a growing interest in a once forgotten music. This CD does a great job of dragging surf music into the modern era, preparing it for the 21st century. It also uses classic surf artists to show where its been, and modern artist that give a fesh and new look at were its goin'. Surf music is in good hands. Highlights include Bomboras and Satans Pilgrims track and the Cocktail Preachers track. Smokin' guitar on that track, equipped with bouncy whammy bar. Well worth the money. ... Read more


90. Party Gold
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91. Alive Down South
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92. 50's Soul
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93. Monster Summer Hits: Wild Surf
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94. 20 Great Love Songs of the Rock & Roll Era
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95. 1995 Grammy Nominees
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good mix
This was the first in the yearly Grammy Nominees compilations. These are the best songs from their respective categories. A good collection of rock, r&b and pop. These compilations are best to listen to a few years after their release, because during the year they come out, the songs get so much airplay you soon tire of them. At least I do. But now, 7 years after this release, this album is once again good to listen to. (Could do without "balls-in-a-vice-grip" Bolton though)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Usual Extraordinary Grammy Compilation
One of the things I like the most about Grammy complations is the fact that it collects some of the best music from the past year and puts it all on one CD. This CD is concrete proof of the fact. From R&B (Boyz II Men, Luther Vandross) to light rock (Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Elton John) to heavier stuff (Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow), this one has them all. Besides the point that most of these songs became huge hits in their time, they are also very enjoyable. When playing this CD, I find myself singing along to all the songs and smiling. It is great background music, great sing-along music, and great all around.

2-0 out of 5 stars A gurl wit style from Nebraska
Being the 11-year-old that I am~this CD isn't very good b-cuz there is only like one song that I have heard of off this CD~but Having the kind of tast that I do~if you are about 16 or 17 you would like this CD ... Read more


96. Witchblade the Music
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97. The British Invasion: History of British Rock, Vol. 2
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98. To Touch the Stars: A Musical Celebration of Space Exploration
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When the space shuttle Columbia broke up over Texas in February of 2003, NBC turned to legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, for perspective on the tragedy. As part of his comments, Buzz began to read a poem, until, overcome with emotion, he could not continue. What Buzz was reading from was actually the lyrics to a song from the new CD from Prometheus Music, "To Touch The Stars -- A Musical Celebration of Space Exploration".

The song was Fire In The Sky by Dr. Jordin Kare. Buzz subsequently downloaded album tracks off the Internet, and was moved enough to offer his endorsement for the album.

The project grew out of a partnership between Prometheus, the Mars Society, and the National Space Society (NSS), which sponsored a "pro-space" songwriting competition, inviting "spacebards" to submit entries. "If we are to win the hearts and souls of humanity to the vision of a spacefaring future, the space exploration movement must also develop its songs," says Dr. Robert Zubrin, influential author of the international best-seller The Case For Mars.

"A few people have realized this, and so a subculture has emerged of space folk songs. But outside of performances at space and science fiction conventions, few people have heard this wonderful music". Zubrin was so convinced of the importance of this endeavor that he held a similar contest a couple of years later when he founded the Mars Society. The CD includes forewords by NSS Executive Director Brian Chase and Zubrin.

Tracks were penned and performed by a variety of musical luminaries. The soaring ballad Beyond the Sky was written by renowned singer/songwriter Judy Collins to honor astronaut Eileen Collins, first woman to command a space shuttle (here sung by Margaret Davis). ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Songs and Space for Everyone
In this age when hardly anyone listens to music outside of their favorite genre, I don't know what is tougher: getting to Mars or getting people to give this terrific album a chance! Space activists will love it, of course, but if others will just take a listen, they will enjoy it too. In fact, they will be amazed at how appealing these "space" songs are.

Most of the public still greets the phrase "space activism" as a non sequitur. You might as well say NASA-Industrial-Complex activism or Giant-Faceless-Aerospace-Industry activism. The assertion that there exists a genuinely passionate grassroots constituency for space exploration and development (and not made up of employees of NASA and its contractors) is still considered preposterous by many. The Moon Race proved, did it not, that it takes a gigantic army of government and industry engineers, scientists, technicians and bureaucrats to send a handful of supermen to the Moon via a ridiculously expensive and impractical rocket system? How can any regular Joe or Joan relate to all that?

Who would possibly want to sing about all that?

Well, activists saw long ago that "space is not an agency", that space travel and development don't have to be astronomically expensive, and that someday, in a future already underway, anyone who really wants to go to space WILL get the opportunity to go.

The people who see this most clearly are the artists on this album. They see past the temporary technological obstacles to a marvelously exciting but difficult frontier that will eventually give way to the blossoming of life throughout the solar system.

So what do these artists sing about?

They sing of the glory and sacrifice on the frontier ("Fire in the Sky" and "Legends")

They sing about traveling in space themselves ("I Want to Go To Mars" and "Big Blue Sky")

They sing of the joy and fun of space flight ("Dance on the Ceiling" and "Dog on the Moon")

They sing of looking at space in new ways ("If We Had No Moon" and "Others Standing By").

They sing of the disappointment that we rushed forward and then pulled back ("Queen Isabella, Where Are You" and "Hope Eyrie")

And this diverse array of artists offers songs in many different styles. There's definitely something here for everyone.

Whether you are a space enthusiast or not, you will enjoy this album. Great music that transcends genres comes from artists genuinely inspired by their passion. Take a chance. If you do, you won't regret it. In fact, you might just be inspired to help us get to Mars!

5-0 out of 5 stars To Touch The Stars
I _really_ liked this CD. To Touch the Stars falls into the musical subgenre called "Filk" music -- science, science fiction, and fantasy inspired folk music -- and is one of the best examples of the art. It has 17 songs in a wide variety of styles, from acoustic folk through anthem to rock and roll. Some of them are remakes of songs on the classic (and long out-of-print) "Minus Ten and Counting" tape by the long-out-of-business Off Centaur Productions. In general, the new arrangements are better than the ones on the tape (the lead-off folk-rock Witnesses Waltz is a good example). Many are by Julia Ecklar, one of the best, most exerienced filk singers in the field today, while others are by talented newcomers to the genre. I must admit I preferred Minus Ten's acapella arrangement of Hope Eyrie (AKA The Eagle Has Landed, about the first landing on the moon), but however it's arranged it still brings goosebumps. There's a new (to me) Leslie Fish song "Queen Isabella" that is just a hoot, and there's the winner of the "national anthem for Mars" contest -- "The Pioneers of Mars." It's musical, it tells a good story, and it even _sounds_ like a national anthem.

The stories that filk songs tell are for the most part stories of hope and adventure and challenge -- stories worth telling -- and this CD tells the best of them.

My New Years resolution is that I should get busy making new friends so's I can give copies of this CD to them. ... Read more


99. Cicadelic 60's 1: Dont Put Me on
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5-0 out of 5 stars Classic
This is classic rock n roll! My dads band was the house of commons ( I think he was only in the 11th grade when these cuts were recorded!) , we didnt know this stuff was still around other than an old record we have of these cuts.Its great to know someone is keeping this era of music history alive =)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantabuloso
Love this CD! I listen to it everyday. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves collecting rock music from the 60's. There's also a compilation called Michigan Garage Bands of the 60's on Collectibles that's a 3 disc set. Most of them are taken from there but I am going to buy that one too. ... Read more


100. WBCN Naked Too
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good follow-up to the 1st Naked disc
There's a lot to like on this album-great performances by Eagle Eye Cherry, Folk Implosion, BNL, and even, gasp, Jewel

What comes across in this album is that all the artists featured are great performers (exceptthe Scott Weiland song which blows) -the acoustic versions bring out alot in the songs.I'm not sure I own an album from anyone on this listexcept Creed and BNL.Nonetheless this album comes along for long carrides and days when something mellow(er) is needed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent acoustic/unplugged album
Residing within broadcast distance of WBCN, I have the first 2 Naked discs. The first I highly recommend. The second has a good mixed playlist, with the highlight being the local band Guster's Airport Song. The ScottWeiland track is the worst on the album (no wonder he got arrested the nextday). David Bowie's 'Dead Man Walking' is a fantastic demonstration ofmaintaining a song's harsh tones within an accoustic atmosphere. Everyother tune is good quality and no one will be dissappointed although manyof them can be found on discs released by local stations. A must for thosewho enjoy the natural sounds of the guitar.

1-0 out of 5 stars I think WBCN is a bad radio station.
WBCN is a station that plays mellow music.If you want good stuff,like Korn and Godsmack and Metallica, than you should listen to WAAF.BCN playssome of this, but AAF's DJ's are a whole lot better.Plus, they have agood bootleg CD and they have a morning show.BCN can't copy AAF's music. They should stop being like AAF.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a killer disc!
I've never even listened to WBCN!I live in Seattle and a friend at work from Boston brought both the Naked discs in - Great mix of music.I wish I could find more live disc compilations like this one... ... Read more


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