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  • Audio CD (10 Feb. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Gold
  • ASIN: B000024QAP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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CD I Hear You Knocking EMI Gold, 7243 8 55079 2 2, 1997, 18 Track

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HASH(0x9c651648) out of 5 stars Older Edmunds Material 8 Nov. 2013
By MLR13000 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this compilation CD by Dave Edmunds recently to add to my collection. It contains older material that Edmunds had recorded with various bands he had played with in his early career. While Edmunds will always be Edmunds, the recordings are not great, and the music is not always on the mark. Much of the CD is not very polished, and it shows its age in the production end. Some of the songs we have came to know as his hits, do not even sound recognizable in the forms that they take on this CD. While its always nice to find older songs that have been over looked in a recording artist career, I think many of these songs were not in that caliber. If you are looking for a CD that traces some of Edmunds early roots in music, this is the CD for you. If you are looking for the Edmunds that had become a star in the 70's and 80's, this CD is not for you. Over all, Dave Edmunds is one of the great rock and rollers of all time, and he doesn't get enough attention for what he has accomplished. He will always be one of my favorites!
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HASH(0x9c70fd44) out of 5 stars Live - Good-Time Rock & Roll 27 Aug. 2000
By dev1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
During the past three decades, Dave Edmunds hasn't strayed far from fifties and sixties traditional rock & roll. After the Beatles dropped the bomb in both the US and UK, Edmunds ignored the latest fashions and took his rock & roll into the pubs. The Dave Edmunds Band Live - I Hear Your Rockin' is a captivating example of his show in an intimate club setting.
The next best thing to partnering on stage with Nick Lowe is covering Lowe's countryfied pop (Here Comes The Weekend) and boogie (I Knew The Bride). Elvis Costello's witty `Girls Talk" comes-off melodic and jangling. The vocal harmonies of Jeff Lynne's `Slipping Away' are luscious, and the ELO symphonic synthesizer work is surprisingly polished for a "live" track. Although I'm not enthusiastic with Graham Parker's cover of `Crawling From The Wreckage,' Edmunds adds a Jerry Lee Lewis piano, and turns the song into a sweltering rocker. My favorites? `Queen Of Hearts' is an exuberant combination of country sensibility and fierce lead guitar. Edmunds' straight-up sixties rock is a cover of the late Del Shannon's hit `The Wanderer': the horns bark and the bass guitar thunders.
A minor annoyance is the faster than necessary tempo of several tracks (Crawling From The Wreckage, Information, I Knew The Bride). I see no need to speed-up these already exhilarating songs. All in all, Live - I Hear You Rockin' catches the "good-time rock & roll" atmosphere of Dave Edmunds on stage.
HASH(0x9c597cc0) out of 5 stars A great place to start 13 May 2013
By Martin H. Franzen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
For those who don't know much about Dave Edmunds or need a starter album, this is an excellent choice. It's live, so if you prefer greatest hits albums, look elsewhere. Then again, the concert feeling is what makes this disc so great. Songs include his covers of "Paralyzed," "The Wanderer," "Girls Talk" and others, so you should already know a lot of the material. Pop, rock and roll on!
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HASH(0x9c70fcc0) out of 5 stars I hear him rockin' 26 Mar. 2004
By Daniel J. Hamlow - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yet another in a series of music I got turned onto by Lynn. Well, I'd actually seen the video for Dave Edmunds' cover of Dion and the Belmonts' "The Wanderer" and liked the reduplicated 50's atmosphere, down to the poodle-skirted girl with ponytail. The rest of the album, copied for me, was quite a revelation, displaying rockabilly, country, and rock, but I learned later that Edmunds was more an interpreter of 50's and 60's rock. Call this album a live greatest hits, as it contains some of his better known interpretations, such as Elvis Costello's "Girls Talk," which opens the album.
Much was my surprise when I heard a familiar tune, and one of the-then few country songs I liked. That was "Queen Of Hearts" by Juice Newton, and its high energy makes it one of the best tracks here. That's followed by the Presley number "Paralyzed," which is a close cousin to "Don't Be Cruel," rhythmically speaking. After that is the cover of "The Wanderer," complete with a horn section that really comes together during the instrumental part of the song.
The pace picks up with the Graham Parker-penned "Crawling From The Wreckage" with a devil of a piano. Edmunds also collaborated with ELO's Jeff Lynne, who produced his Information album. "Slipping Away," a more mid-paced number with a steady rhythm with dominant keyboards is included here, as is "Information," with its engaging "Happy Days" feel.
His association with Brinsy Schwarz's bass player, Nick Lowe went beyond playing together, as they embarked on a long songwriting collaboration over the years. Edmunds covered Lowe's "I Knew The Bride When She Used To Rock N Roll," originally on his 1977 Get It album, is done in a quick-paced rockabilly style. The live version loses none of its energy. The two also co-wrote "Here Comes The Weekend," another rockabilly number.
"I Hear You Knockin'", which was one of his most favourite covers, was originally by Smiley Lewis, he who originally did "Blue Monday" before Fats Domino. There is a country-rock feel on this rendition. Love that bluesy guitar in the instrumental part. Edmunds winds things up with "Ju Ju Man," another raucous number that get a big finish.
Other than his collaboration with Paul McCartney on the movie and soundtrack for Give My Regards To Broadstreet, I haven't heard too much of Edmunds, having confined myself to this live album, but I enjoy what I've heard. Maybe some listening to his other material is in order.
HASH(0x9c651d50) out of 5 stars rock'en music 28 Mar. 2013
By Carl R. Compton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I got this item for one song and found out I liked all the songs on the cd, I didn't know he sung I hear you knocken, ill buy more of his music, ive told my friends about his music and they listened to it and they love his type music also, thanks to Amazon we found a new singer. thanks carl
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