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  • Audio CD (5 April 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B0012GN454
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By zepnut1 on 4 Sept. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I bought this after acquiring the other two Elf albums on one CD. This being the first, I expected it to be a tentative first effort, so was pleasantly surprised to find it heavier than the later two Elf albums, albeit quite formulaic in its song writing approach. The boogie-woogie piano is there but the album is more guitar oriented than the latter two albums, and better for it! The production from Ian Paice and Roger Glover is excellent and brings out the skills of all players equally. For Dio fans, this is closer to his later work with Rainbow/Black Sabbath/Dio than the later Elf albums, for guitar players it's a good album to play along to!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carl Michael Fredrick on 8 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
The early-'70s rock outfit Elf is best-known as the group that gave singer Ronnie James Dio his start and he would eventually set his sights on a tougher, metallic sound, fronting the likes of Rainbow, Black Sabbath, and his own solo band, Dio. The group went through several name changes in the late '60s (the Electric Elves, the Elves), before settling simply on Elf and issuing a self-titled debut recording for Epic in 1972, produced by Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover. The group's best-known lineup consisted of Dio (who was at this time going by his real name, Ronald Padavona, and also doubling on bass), guitarist David Feinstein, guitarist/keyboardist Micky Lee Soule, and drummer Gary Driscoll. The album went largely unnoticed, as did the group's subsequent two other releases, L.A./59 (issued under the title Carolina Country Ball outside of the U.S.) and Trying to Burn the Sun, as the group guested on Roger Glover's 1974 album The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast. Through their affiliation with Glover, Elf was brought to the attention of former Purple leader/guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, who invited the entire group (sans their guitarist) to join forces as the prog metal outfit Rainbow, resulting in the release of a self-titled effort in 1975. Slowly but surely, however, Rainbow turned out to be nothing more than a solo vehicle for Blackmore rather than a true band and the former Elf members left the group one by one before Dio was the last one remaining until eventually leaving the group himself in 1978
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By dr spalding on 14 April 2015
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Never a big fan of Rainbow and the rest of Ronnie James Dio's career but at an impressionable age I saw these guys support Purple at the long lost Edinburgh Odeon.
This album doesn't disappoint particularly for fans of early seventies american hard rock.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew S on 29 April 2011
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The first review suggests that it is not Ronnie Dio singing on this record. It is, without any doubt. The confusion might have been due to the vocalist being listed in the booklet as Ronald Padavona.
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By Neil on 29 Mar. 2015
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Dio before Rainbow, very polished and very good, awesome slice of classic rock, i always thought the best Sabbath stuff was with Dio and this proves once again what an inspiration and awesome rocker this guy was
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