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Don't Worry About Me Import

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  10. 1969

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x907d2138) out of 5 stars 60 reviews
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x907e8174) out of 5 stars Something to Believe 1 Mar. 2002
By Salvador Ramone - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
In a sunny day , here in Argentina, i was in my work and a friend tell is me: Hey, man, you read the notice? I said: no, what happened? He said: Joey Ramone is dead. My mind is turn black and I can't stop to think about all the moment's. Moment's magyc's with ramones music. That day I think: It's over, dream it's over. From that day to now, I'll be lost, that's was a lobotomy for me.
Now, I wake up and can feel that's magyc again. Why? Because Joey is back!!!!
Here I can't get the cd, but I download all songs and hear it.
It's the most wonderfull cd that I hear in a lot of time!!! a lot!!! Imagine this: 11 songs like life is gas, I Love you, all screew up and much more!!
Joey is not back...but he will be in my heart for ever!!!
Salvador Ramone
PD: Sorry about my English!!!
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x907e5fa8) out of 5 stars Sadly fitting 15 Jan. 2004
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Don't Worry About Me"; a fitting title for Joey Ramone's last recording shows the Ramones frontman never forgot his roots. Beginning with a rocking cover of "What a Wonderful World" to a cover of Iggy & The Stooges' "1969" which would make Iggy stand up and salute. Other standout tracks include the vitrolic "Like a Drug I Never Did Before" to the almost anthemic and fitting "I Get Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up)", and the album closer "Don't Worry About Me" will bring a tear or two to the eye of any long time Ramones fan while no doubt making them smile as well. Joey died of lymphoma in 2001 before Sanctuary released "Don't Worry About Me", and the true highlight of the album is that even when Joey knew his time was coming, he faced it with his unadulturated punk rocker attitude that he was so reknowned for. All in all, this is a must have for any and every Ramones fan; and it is a fitting and touching final chapter in the life and career of one of punk rock's most gifted and beloved performers.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x907e5750) out of 5 stars Joey's swan song 19 Feb. 2002
By Matthew Woodard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It's no secret to anybody that knows me that I have been a die-hard Ramones fan ever since I can remember. However, I have always tried to assimilate and review records with as much objectivity as possible, regardless of my own personal bias. In the interest of fairness, I was just as ready to lament Joey Ramones's posthumous solo disc as I was to praise it. Luckily, that won't be necessary, because "Don't Worry About Me" is a great collection of songs that simultaneously makes you want to rock out while touching a deeper nerve. The tunes here range from humorous ("Mr. Punchy") to bittersweet ("I Get Knocked Down"), all the while maintaining all of the elements that defined the music of the Ramones. My favorite cuts here are the inspired (and inspiring) take on "What A Wonderful World", the gorgeous "Searching For Something" and stellar title tune that closes the album. There's no doubt that for many of us Ramones fans this disc can be a tough listen, but once you're done getting misty-eyed you'll be ready to crank this one up and rock out to it over and over again. After all, that's what Joey would have done.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x907c8ce4) out of 5 stars A very good album---sadly, his last. 27 Feb. 2003
By Robert Alan Bryan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I really like this CD. I gotta say upfront that 'Mr. Punchy' is an amazing tribute to The Who. The guitar, drums and vocal phrasing all scream Daltry! Townshend! Entwhistle! and even MOON! at you. 'Mr. Punchy' Rocks.
Not a bad track here. I like them all. Joey's 'Wonderful World' is sweet. 'Maria Bartilomo' is cute...he's like a boy with a schoolyard crush on the teacher (Joey was a heavy stock market guy hence his obsession with the MSNBC babe).
This is not a mean spirited disc. This CD sounds like the Ramones (vocally), but this isn't a Ramones disc.
It's Joey Ramone's gift to us before he left our world.
Come visit his (wonderful) world while listening to this CD.
RIP Joey.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x907ea198) out of 5 stars Something about Joey 28 Sept. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It's worth it for the cover of "What a Wonderful World" alone. A completely raw, completely punk-influenced -- yet sincere -- version of the standard. Who else but Joey Ramone could have pulled it off? The harmonies are great, the percussion (Marky Ramone) is driving and original ... it's everything a cover should be. I played this track for weeks before I could even make it to the rest of the CD. When I finally made it to track 2, I was glad I did ... "Stop Thinking About It," a witty ballad about obsessing (again, who else ...?), features guitar and backups reminiscent of the early Ramones. "I Got Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up)" is powerful ... simple, straightforwardlyrics that pull no punches and a nice musical progression within the song. My other favorite was "Don't Worry About Me" -- one of Joey's best vocal performances ever, in my opinion. If you're the least bit of a fan of Joey, or the Ramones, or "What a Wonderful World" ... you should hear this album.
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