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Tres Hombres [Expanded & Remastered] Original recording remastered
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But those live bonus tracks, they are terrible. Very cruddy. Why oh why do remastered CDs always seem to have to include a bunch of terrible live bonus tracks that no-one wants and which, as the reviewer below says, just leave a nasty taste at the end of a classic album. I was going to knock off a star for this but just couldn't bring myself to, Tres Hombres is too good for 4 stars!
Now, please remaster the other early albums which received the same '80s hatchet job..
The extra tracks are a mixed blessing. I reckon they ought to have been put onto an album of their own along with the live tracks from Fandango. They were recorded, if memory serves correctly, in the Capital Theatre, Passiac, New Jersey 1980. I have heard a couple of different bootlegs of this show and these do not sound as good on bootleg as they do here.
Overall a must buy album for lovers of good rockin' music.
I think the way this album takes you from the raucus foot stompin of "Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers" to the really soft bluesy stuff that tugs on the heart strings was a sure sign that this was a band that'd go places, and places they have gone, and those places are good.
This is not just essential to a ZZ Top collection, but this album deserves a place in any rock & roll collection. If you have acess to a turn table it's worth getting the older ZZ Top stuff on vinyl too, if for nothing other than "collecting's" sake.
Now as detailed in some of the other reviews, this remaster has restored (and improved upon) the original sound of the 1973 lp, without the horrible artificial reverb added to the drums on previous cd editions. It sounds great.
Then on top of that, you get previously unissued live versions of three of the songs on the album: Waiting For The Bus, Jesus Just Left Chicago and La Grange. The first two of these, if anything, improve on the studio versions, with a lowdown Waiting For The Bus seguing into a superbly grungy take on Jesus Just Left Chicago, while La Grange rocks convincingly despite being a little on the loose side in places.Read more ›
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I've bought loads of Rhino re-issues and I think they deserve a lot of credit for producing good products at reasonable prices. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Jones
I suggest you do not buy this edition.
There is a very noticeable glitch in 'La Grange'.