The good news is that this set of Edgar Broughton Band Original Albums are released for the price of a single CD and all of the tracks have been re-mastered.
This is wonderful for other such sets do not have the luxury of the re-mastered sound.
The bad news is that all the albums are the original- and just that there are no additional tracks.
Which is a shame because there are quite a few live tracks out there from various festivals and the like.
And Edgar and the Band played at quite a few festivals in their time.
So the label really have missed a trick in attracting people to buy.
BUT A Mr G Wotherspoon tells me that there is an even better set that contains all the remastered albums PLUS a side of live music from Hyde Park in 1970 too for a few pennies more so maybe you'd like to check that one out too.
The drawback of that CD set is that 2 albums are included on one CD all the tracks have been remastered so that one looks to be the better choice.
Have a look and see what you think?The Harvest Years (1969-1973)
So if you already have a couple on Cd already it may not be worth getting the full set with the extra re-mastering. On the other hand if you have then on vinyl and they are worn out or scratched then you really are on to a winner.
The 5 CD set is housed in a simple cardboard sleeve with the original LP covers reproduced.
So a magnifying glass will be needed to read those sleeves!
I for one really like them because they are neat and are easy to store and it's the music that counts isn't it?
The 5 CDS on this set are
"Wasa Wasa" (1969),
"Sing Brother Sing" (1970),
"Edgar Broughton Band" (1971),
"In Side Out" (1972) and