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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Do it now, now, now........ 24 Aug. 2000
By Brenda - Published on
Format: Audio CD
For those of you seeking the Holy Grail of truly exciting music ............ you've reached the Promised Land! The venerable Nick Tosches (liner notes) said it all, "T. Valentine, one of the greatest". This very long awaited compilation on the elusive Mr. Valentine is guaranteed to please fans whose tastes run the gamut from rockin' 50's R 'n B and soul right on through punk and rap. Mr. T demolishes all musical boundaries in his own truly original way. "Do the Do" is one of the great little known records of all time! This guy is the coolest, and he delivers on every track. Don't start the party without it - there's somethin' for everyone!
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
What a Beautiful Beast You Have, Grandma 22 Dec. 2000
By Bubbles kingpin - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If it weren't for my nagging suspicion of some postmodern hoax I'd give this album five stars - - that, and the one or two ugly brushes with a strange (comic?) misogyny. Otherwise, his "atonal" and "arhythmic" singing (as I've read it described) is pure emotion led backwards timing shout screaming Betty Sue a-Betty Sue . . . . beautiful stuff, no matter what or where it comes from. If you like your rock-n-roll strangeness on the visceral soul-shouting side, this is a must must must. Plus if anybody knows anything more about this please e-mail me.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Every level 25 Nov. 2001
By Thebookeater - Published on
Format: Audio CD
A stupefying collection. Give it four or five runs - you'll find a different level every time. A truly aweful medley derived from as many musical genres as you'll care to deal with.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It's odd, but I love it. 3 April 2007
By Thalia C. Siqueiros - Published on
Format: Audio CD
T. Valentine is one of the strangest artists I have ever heard. He's sort of like Hasil Adkins in that you don't quite understand why you love listening to him so much, but you do. And you listen to the disc over and over again. He's a terrible singer, but the content of the songs is what draws you in because it's so off the wall. I will definitely be playing this disc at my parties.
By Marcos - Published on
Format: Audio CD
You don't truly know T Valentine unless you've seen him in concert, which unfortunately I think is impossible now. around the time they put this album out which is a reissue of his 60s releases he got some shows booked and word traveled through the underground and he got play again on college radio stations in chicago like wnur. I got to see him at the Empty Bottle. The promoter who was next to us in the crowd was furious that he only played about 35 minutes, and I thought it was great... it is all part of a counterfeit decadence that makes him great. The organ and all instrumentation on his bizarre take on the 60s bee-bop craze, particularly his voice, is brilliant. ONLY OUT OF CHICAGO. Long live T Valentine, who is probably sadly in a nursing home by now.
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