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  • Audio CD (7 Sept. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Union Square Music Limited
  • ASIN: B002GYS2HG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,562 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Witchdoctor Woman
2. Dear John
3. Empty Arms Empty Heart
4. I Had a Dream
5. Red Light Lady (Parts 1 & 2)
6. Fat Man
7. Country Girl
8. Morning Dew
9. The King Is Dead
10. I Will Not Be Led
11. Cat's Eye, Apple Pie
12. In My Time
13. Woke Up This Morning
14. Called Her Name
15. Fool About You
16. Love You Now You're Gone
17. Madelaine
18. Sad Song
19. 1692 (Glencoe Massacre)

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3.2 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 15 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD
...there were two albums that didnt set the heather alight,so disappointing as it is i fully understand why the bands first two albums are issued in Salvo's superb remaster campaign as a 2 on 1 disc,completists will be disappointed as some b'sides etc are not included.

So what of this reissue ,well i've always quite liked Nazareths debut,is certainly of its time,the days when a Bass player would be quite high in the mix,thankfully this remaster has come with a superb sound,the Bass playing in particular outstanding.

Nazareth(1971) """" a decent debut with highlights such as 'Witchdocter Women' and 'Dear John',the former giving a early indication of where the bands sound would go while the latter a superb Quo like shuffle.Other moments to mention would be the superb lenghty cover of 'Morning Dew' whilst the bizarre vocal on 'Fatman' always brings a smile,'Country Girl' is a good old stab at country rock while 'I had a Dream' has a superb vocal from Dan.

Exercises (1972) ** After the promise shown on the debut,this is a disappointment,maybe the band lost confidence,panicked ,who knows but its probably the poorest disc they released,for the most part its directionless with a series of well played but uninspiring tracks such as 'In My Time','Called Her Name' while 'Sad Song' sums up the disc,very down not much joy.Highlights are few and far between but plus points for 'Cats Eye,Apple Pie' & 'Fool About You' whilst '1692(Glencoe Massacre' shows their prowess,all in all one to forget.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is the first title in Salvo's reissue of the entire Nazareth catalogue - the Scottish Seventies hard rock band that took their name from a lyric in "The Weight” - a song on The Band's debut album "Music From Big Pink”.

Each of these UK issues comes in a Tri-Gatefold card sleeve with the 'Loud, Proud & Remastered' logo on the front cover. When folded out, two of the flaps usually reflect the gatefold artwork of the original UK LP while the third flap gives us a live shot of the period (disc in the right flap, booklet in the left). Here are the hairy-men details…

UK released September 2009 on CD - Salvo SALVOCD030 (Barcode 698458813022) breaks down as follows (74:21 minutes):

1. Witchdoctor Woman
2. Dear John
3. Empty Arms, Empty Heart
4. I Had A Dream
5. Red Light Lady (Part 1 & 2)
6. Fat Man
7. Country Girl
8. Morning Dew
9. The King Is Dead

Tracks 1 to 9 are their debut album "Nazareth" issued January 1971 in the UK on Pegasus Records PEG 10 and May 1972 on Warner Brothers BS 2615 in the USA (later pressings are on A&M).

10. I Will Not Be Led
11. Cat’s Eye, Apple Pie
12. In My Time
13. Woke Up This Morning
14. Called Your Name
15. Fool About You
16. Love Now You’re Gone
17. Madelaine
18. Sad Song
19. 1692 (Glencoe Massacre)
Tracks 10 to 19 are their 2nd album "Exercises" issued June 1972 in the UK on Pegasus Records PEG 14 and October 1972 on Warner Brothers BS 2639 in the USA (later pressings are on A&M). Note: the band returned to “Woke Up This Morning” for their 3rd album “Razamanaz” - the version on this debut album is therefore commonly known as “Version 1”.
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By JOSÉ CARLOS LUDWIG on 18 April 2015
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OK!!!!!
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. MCNULTY on 8 Mar. 2011
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Long time Naz fan, decided to try out these reissues.
I mostly agree with Mark Barry's review of this reissue - just a few extras to add:
I like the new mix - clear and bright (although not a huge difference from the Castle remasters in 1999) (although 26seconds into Cat's Eye, Apple Pie the mix seems to switch to left channel only for a second - maybe only on my copy).
The first album definitely shows what Nazareth would soon be capable of - several quite strong rocky tracks and darker slow tracks like Morning Dew, however Exercises is pretty dire. I remember struggling to find something from this album when making a best of cassette (a long time ago) and listening to it again, the situation is the same - a handful of ok songs but only worth listening to for completists (Woke up this morning does the business but Naz did a better version on Razamanaz).
The packaging is fine - the digipak is thin so you are more likely to get the spine facing at right angles instead of being twisted a little (spot the person who likes everything to be perfect!)
The "double imaging" mentioned by another reviewer on the back picture is not an error, it is the same as the reverse picture on the original album.
BUT, due to both albums being squeezed onto one disc, there is no room for extras. The old Castle remasters had b-sides and alternative versions (5 on Nazareth and 3 on Exercises) and, while none of these are exceptional (Hard Living b-side is the best) it seems a wasted opportunity to put out these remasters without extra tracks if they are available.

4 stars for Nazareth, 2 stars for Exercises (and that's being very generous!), 5 stars for the sound, minus several for the lack of extras - so overall 3 stars.
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