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THIS is how you make a compilation,
This review is from: Evergreen: The Very Best of Hazell Dean (Audio CD)
When it was announced that a new Hazell Dean compilation was being released, I cynically expected a half-hearted roundup of Dean's hits, covering familiar territory. But this collection far exceeded my expectations, no small feat considering Cherry Pop released the excellent reissue of "Always" earlier this year.
As other reviewers have stated in their reviews, this is a 2-disc compilation, featuring radio and single versions on Disc One and extended mixes on Disc Two. For such a low price, you receive great value. The packaging is tasteful and well-presented, and the sequencing, while not chronological, is well paced. The sound is outstanding, and none of the extended mixes appear to be vinyl rips to this ear. A few bonuses include alternate mixes of "Who's Leaving Who" and "Maybe (We Should Call It A Day)", plus a few unreleased tracks.
Unlike so many compilations on the market nowadays, this one isn't just another cash-grab. It's the kind of compilation that will please both casual and die-hard fans of Hazell Dean.
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Initial post: 30 Sep 2012 08:51:18 BDT
The running order is presented in order of highest chart positions, from top down :-)
In reply to an earlier post on 21 Oct 2012 17:47:01 BDT
Kyles Beguiles says:
What a clever and fun idea on the part of Music Club :)
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