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The Platinum Collection Box set
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I enjoy listening to this CD box set as I have been a fan of Rolf Harris's for many a year, and it was just what I was looking for because it has got most of his hits from the past to the present.
The first CD contains plenty of novelty songs including most of his famous songs. Actually, I don't consider Two little boys to be a novelty song; it has a deeper message about treating others as you'd like them to treat you. Elsewhere, the songs are lightweight and fun, providing a contrast with most of the other music I like.
The second CD is dominated by covers of classic songs including Stairway to heaven, Smoke on the water, Wild thing, Bad moon rising and Honky tonk women among others. Of course, Rolf interprets these classic songs as only he can.
The third CD is dominated by Australian songs. Opening with Sun arise, it includes The Indian Pacific (about a train that crosses the country from the Indian Ocean at Perth to the Pacific Ocean at Sydney), A pub with no beer (a UK hit for Slim Dusty in the fifties), Waltzing Matilda (perhaps the most famous Australian song) and That's what they call the didgeridoo (about an Australian musical instrument) among others.Read more ›
But rock critics are as bad as politically correct people and are nothing more than self opinionated twerps who think the Sun rises and sets over the Velvet Underground.Two Little Boys for instance is a genuine Victorian ballad and was discovered by the Hearts & Flowers who were mid 60s folk rockers
Possibly Harris' answer to his critics-if he ever wasted time reading them-was to cut an album of classic rock songs which are at least more palatable than some of the originals.In this he followed the idea of Pat Boone who also cut an album of heavy metal given a big band treatment
Loses a star because of the inclusion of I've Lost My Mummy and the ommission of I Know A Man
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i like his new collaberation with lost propets on new Brit label 'spunk row records' prouced by jonathon king with a tax subsidy from the B.B.C. Read morePublished 14 months ago by tony carney
What can I say - I'm sure many people's childhood appreciation of his songs and tv appearances have been ruined by the media issues and criminal offences of this man who I once had... Read morePublished 19 months ago by gem
This collection has some great aussie songs, many amusing some quite beautiful. Love it. Fantastic value for £5.00. Hours of entertainment.Published on 6 Jun. 2014 by Ellie
BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD IT'S GREAT. SONGS I HAVEN'T HEARD BEFORE AS WELL WHICH ARE BRILLIANT. GOOD OLD ROLFPublished on 18 April 2013 by lisa
If you like Rolf Harris you'll love this collection.
All the old classics and a new slant on some newer hits.
That "Huntin' tune" is GOLD, and the reason why I bought the CD! And if you wonder... the others are good too!!!
Three disc set that provides the known, unexpected and unusual offerings from the versatile Rolf Harris. Read morePublished on 13 Mar. 2013 by Ken Palfrey