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Ultimate Collection

Bob Lind Audio CD

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Decent Quality - BUT it's a BOOTLEG 6 Jan 2007
By Nomad in NY - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Bob Lind's own web site reported this is an unauthorized CD bootleg. The misspellings are the first clue. Also, the lack of credits. The only track that seems to be from a digital source is "Elusive Butterfly"; everything else is clearly copied from vinyl records (you can hear the snap, crackle, pop of the record surface). The high cost of this CD makes it a total rip-off. I gave it 2 stars because Bob Lind still sounds good, otherwise it would have been zero. Don't buy this unless you cannot wait for a legitimate release.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars excellent 27 Dec 2010
By Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
You may hear the track "Elusive Butterfly," and think it belongs to some crazy dream you had long ago, but you were not dreaming. The track was disc jockey Scott Muni's theme song starting in late 1967 on WNEW FM, the new groove, in Metromedia stereo

"We ask you to listen today especially to the words.......these...are the thoughts of the writers, and their stories of being in love," Muni said, during those unscripted first few weeks at the progressive station, before cracking into "Elusive Butterfly." How cool it must have been. The track's soft, beautiful orchestrations fit perfectly into 1967 FM, right before the inferno of 1968 made rock, and America, a much harder place.

Most of the work on this CD, much arranged by Jack Nitzsche, has the same feel. This is folk with subtle arrangements--delicate textures for Lind's soft spoken, sincere voice to float over. This type of music, handled in this way, has all but disappeared, and you probably won't know about Bob Lind unless you were there so long ago, or, like me--an old fart but not THAT old-- buy a LOT of records.

But you should hear him. It is nice to know there was a time when music --and FM radio-- was like this. It can never be again, but for the moment you shut your eyes and play Bob Lind
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bob Lind revisited 12 Jun 2009
By Dr. Robert Boer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Way back in the mid to late '60's I bought 3 Bob LIND albums, the first two of which I lost during numerous house moves. These were 2 of my favourite albums and despite trying numerous record outlets was unable to replace them. They were titled "Don't Be Cocerned" and "Photographs Of Feeling" and both contained all Bob Lind compositions. I was most excited to find "The Ultimate Collection" as it contains every song from these 2 albums plus 3 bonus songs not written by Bob Lind. The collection is superb and for me there is not one bad track and some real classics such as "Elusive Butterfly", It Wasn't Just the Morning" "Truly Julie's Blues" and "Go Ask Your Man", just to name a few. I don't know why Bob Lind did not receive wider acclaim althoug a few of his songs did get recorded by other artists (e.g. Cher). This is one of the real treasures in my music collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bob's Greatest 10 Nov 2006
By W. Welsh - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Nice sound quality. Apparently a German import. Has some quirky misspellings on the song titles. Offered at a much lower price than previous Bob Lind "Hits" CD(s). Has most of the notable songs from the old albums. If you remember Bob Lind and want to hear him again don't bring out the old, scratchy vinyl; buy this CD.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Collection - Great Purchase 12 Nov 2006
By Nancy Santos - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I was thoroughly pleased with my above purchase, I received it in a timely fashion and have purchased many CD's used and new through Amazon and have never been disappointed. This was an ultimate purchase.
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