Mrs. M. Walsh

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60s Summer Sounds ~ Various Artists
60s Summer Sounds ~ Various Artists
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A decent Sixtie's mix, 7 Jun 2013
This is a two disc, 40 track "Sixtie's" release dated July, 2010. The label is listed under Commercial Marketing, whatever that means, so if the recordings are original, with original artists, it is not a bad compilation at all. The only stand out dud is the track "Ain't she sweet" by Tony Sheridan, probably backed by the early pre-famed Beatles. This release is on sale on Amazon, in new condition, at £46 odds, which beggars belief, but they also have few used copies of this release from £1 odds, and if I was going to buy this item, the used version would be my choice. The real dilemma here is the question, are the tracks original? If so, I would have no qualms buying a used copy of this… Read more
Honky Tonk Heroes ~ Waylon Jennings
Honky Tonk Heroes ~ Waylon Jennings
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a good album, and if your a Waylon Jennings fan you will probably have it in your collection. A lot of Waylon fans would say that this is his definative moment in country music, but I would differ from those holding this view, his "Dreaming My Dreams" album for me is still Waylon's finest moment. Whilst "Honky Tonk Heroes" might be the first outlaw type recording to be made, I still believe that "Dreaming My Dreams" is still the better and more accessible of the two albums. The one outstanding track for me on "Honky Tonk Heroes" is "Old Five and Dimers" with "You asked me to" a close second. On "Dreaming My Dreams" nearly every track is a winner, and the whole album just flows… Read more
Only the Greatest ~ Jennings Waylon
Only the Greatest ~ Jennings Waylon
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This cd is a 2007 release on the Sony Bmg label, of a 1968 LP by Waylon Jennings, containing 12 tracks. The songs are : 1. "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line" 2."California Sunshine" 3."Weakness in a Man" 4."Sorrow" (Breaks a good Man down) 5. "Christina" 6."Such a waste of Love" 7. "Walk on out of my Mind" 8. "Kentucky Woman" 9. "Long Gone" 10. "You'll think of me" 11."Wave goodbye to me" 12."Too far Gone". Whilst none of these songs would be classed as hit songs for Waylon, this is still three or four years before Waylon recorded his "Dreaming My Dreams" album, and he was still trying to find his niche in C&W music at this time. His years at RCA were not always easy, and the songs on this… Read more

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