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What you got back home, little sister, to play your fuzzy warbles on? I bet you got little save pitiful, portable picnic players. Come with uncle and hear all proper! Hear angel trumpets and devil trombones. You are invited.
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Yes, I listened to this yesterday, but it was still sitting on my turntable this morning and I'm enjoying it even more today (and even louder) than yesterday.
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I think it a great tool for someone, like myself, with an interest in classical music at a novice level.

Each disc represents a different period, sound. Think of a picture book for kids, music being the picture. Each disc a different page.

The quality is acceptable. Very important to me.

Had it come with a booklet I'd be expecting 3 college credits upon completion.

Hope this helps!

Oh, and it's a steal price wise.
Thanks. I think I'll pick up a set.

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Greetings from Timbuk3 was the debut album from Timbuk3, released October 1986.

The album contains their only charting single, "The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades". Timbuk3 released six original studio albums between 1986 and 1995. The band's music has been featured on more than 20 compilation and soundtrack albums.
This has been sitting in my inbox (listen to before filing) for weeks, along with their "Eden Alley" album so I figured I'd listen to see if they're a one hit wonder or good enough to survive for 6 albums.
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Singles Going Steady is a compilation album by English punk band Buzzcocks, first released on I.R.S. Records in the US on 25 September 1979.

It was the first Buzzcocks album to be released in North America and intended as an introduction to the band for the American public, coinciding with a US tour. They are regarded as an important influence on the Manchester music scene, the independent record label movement, punk rock, power pop, and indie rock. After recording demos for a fourth album the group disbanded in 1981.

Reviewing the album on import in 1979, NME stated "This is the best album Buzzcocks never made. Hear it and weep." Melody Maker claimed that "to describe it as 'wonderful' would be doing the lads a gross injustice... Somehow, they devised a simple, crude but hugely effective medium for songs which were fast, funny and memorable." Q Magazine said, "When Kurt Cobain picked these aging English punk rockers as the support act on Nirvana's final tour, the Buzzcocks received long-overdue recognition as one of the punk era's greatest".

In 2005, Pete Shelley (vocals) re-recorded "Ever Fallen In Love" (also a hit for FYC in 1986) with an all-star group, including Roger Daltrey, David Gilmour, Peter Hook (New Order, Joy Division), Elton John, Robert Plant and several contemporary bands, as a tribute to John Peel (longest serving BBC Radio 1 DJ from 1967 until his death in 2004). Proceeds went to Amnesty International. Shelley also performed the song live, with Plant, Daltrey, Gilmour, Hook and Jeff Beck at the 2005 UK Music Hall of Fame.

The album was ranked at number 360 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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Look-Ka Py Py is the second studio album by the American funk group The Meters, released December 1969.

The Meters are an American funk band based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Meters performed and recorded their own music from the late 1960s until 1977. The band played an influential role as backing musicians for other artists, including Lee Dorsey, Robert Palmer, and Dr. John. The Meters acted as the house band for Allen Toussaint's New Orleans soul classics of the 1960s and are responsible for bringing New Orleans second line grooves into popular music.

While The Meters rarely enjoyed significant mainstream success, they are considered, along with artists like James Brown, one of the progenitors of funk music and their work is influential on many other bands, both their contemporaries and modern musicians. The Meters' sound is defined by an earthy combination of tight melodic grooves and highly syncopated New Orleans "second-line" rhythms under highly charged guitar and keyboard riffing. Their songs "Cissy Strut" and "Look-Ka Py Py" are considered funk classics.

Look-Ka Py Py was listed #218 on the Rolling Stone list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
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ELTON JOHN GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD (Blu-ray) 5.1 DTS-HD option

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Eden Alley is the second album by American post-punk husband-and-wife duo Timbuk 3, released in 1988.

Critics bowed at the feet of Beck when, in the mid-'90s, he was able to successfully fuse elements of such disparate genres as funk, folk, and retro-rock. Few remembered that several years earlier, husband-and-wife duo Timbuk 3 had brought a similar (if more homespun) eclecticism to alternative rock with their programmed drums, willfully clunky rhythms, and lyrics clever enough to rival those of the best singer/songwriters.

Eden Alley, the follow-up to 1986's Greetings From Timbuk 3, didn't result in a Top 40 hit the way its predecessor had -- there's nothing as outright funny here as "The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" -- but it contained the same brand of irony-fueled lyrics and smart songcraft as the band's debut. "Easy" and "Dance Fever" were thinly veiled morality tales set to sweet pop melodies.

"Eden Alley," "A Sinful Life," and "Little People Make Big Mistakes" remain the best examples of Pat and Barbara K. MacDonald's amiably gentle vocal harmonies; the title track, with its country-ish melody contrasted by a flamboyantly synthetic beat, is particularly striking, while guest Ponty Bone lends accordion to the pop-reggae tune "A Sinful Life."

On the funkier tracks, however, the rigid groove of the drum machine proves too limiting, leaving songs like "Reckless Driver" and "Tarzan Was a Bluesman" locked in the '80s.
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Bad Reputation is the eighth studio album by the Irish band Thin Lizzy, released in 1977.

As the front cover suggests, most of the tracks feature only three-quarters of the band, with guitarist Brian Robertson only credited on three tracks. He had missed most of their previous tour, following an injury sustained in a brawl, and this album turned out to be his last studio effort with Thin Lizzy.

Phil Lynott (bass, lead vocals) had decided that Scott Gorham would be able to handle all the guitar duties himself, and that no replacement for Robertson would be recruited prior to recording the album. However, Gorham believed that a second guitarist was required. He deliberately left two songs ("Opium Trail" and "Killer Without a Cause") without guitar solos recorded, and persuaded Lynott to allow Robertson to return to the band to record the solos for them. Lynott relented, and Robertson flew to Toronto and recorded his lead guitar parts. However, he initially refused to socialise with the other band members: "Christ, I wouldn't even have a drink with them," he said. He later added, "I tried not to go out to clubs for about a week, then succumbed..."

Lynott insisted that Robertson would not appear on the front cover, with which Robertson "agreed entirely", although he did appear in a group photograph on the back cover.

Critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic claimed that Robertson's absence was not noticeable due to Scott Gorham's "double duty", and that this was "pure visceral rock & roll, the hardest and heaviest that Thin Lizzy ever made". He considered Bad Reputation as a rival to Jailbreak as the band's best studio album.

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