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  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B00001X58R
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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For those of you not aware of american singer songwriter Tom Rush - he is the one who wrote the Walker brothers hit No Regrets - included on this best of.

Rush started out as a pure folkie, and the first half of this CD covers his early 60's material - all acoustic. These story songs are just perfect, and those who want to pigeonhole him - put him alongside Harry Chapin, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Tom Paxton. His reading of Joshua Gone Barbados is worth the entry fee alone.

Then Rush moved into his commercial period at the late 60's, which moved him into the Jackson Browne and Neil Diamond space. No bad thing, because his songs were not as commercial, but one or two stellar songs pushed him into the public's attention. He began to cover (the then unknown) Joni Mitchell's songs, and his cover of Urge For Going (also on this cd) may be in my top 10 favourite songs of all time. The mood, the ache, the loneliness in this song is all there. Prepare to be transported.

This great compilation doesn't get the full 5 stars for its main omission, which I find very weird. Mitchell's "The Circle Game" was the title track for his best album - and isn't included on this. Best get that album too, then.

Great value (17 songs), great readings of his and cover songs - but that very odd error of not including one of his very best. Buy it anyway!
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Must admit I only bought this CD for Tom's original version of "No Regrets". However I was pleasantly surprised that I recognised several other tracks that I'd long forgotton. Well worth buying and if you can get it at a bargain price as I did, all the better.
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4.0 out of 5 stars not perfection, but close enough for the time being 24 Feb. 2000
By Jerome Clark - Published on Amazon.com
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Like most people, I haven't heard Tom Rush in more years than I can remember. This new retrospective should serve to remind all of us just how good he was ... well, is, since the recent and previously unrecorded "River Song" lets us know he hasn't lost his chops: vocal, instrumental, or compositional. Rush himself put this collection together, interesting if for no other reason than that it tells us what an artist deems his best work -- as opposed, say, to what the rest of us might judge it to be. I am sure I'm not the only one wondering what in the world "San Francisco Bay Blues" -- a song long overdue for deep-sixing -- is doing here; much worse is the inexplicable inclusion of Lee Clayton's brain-dead, witless "Ladies Love Outlaws," which not even a superior interpreter like Rush can redeem. Eric Kaz's hippyish "Mother Earth" -- not to be confused with Memphis Slim's grown-up song of the same name -- has not aged well. And why, oh why, is Ed Holstein's classic "Jazzman" not here? Fortunately, that's it for the complaints. A few weird missteps aside, the rest of this is sheer beauty, from gorgeous explorations into the tradition ("Mobile-Texas Line," "Galveston Flood") to brilliant takes on modern folk-accented songs (Joni Mitchell's "Urge for Going," David Wiffen's "Lost My Drivin' Wheel") and on to Rush's melancholic, melodic originals ("No Regrets," "Merrimac County"). It makes you hope that the first decade of the new century finds Rush back in action and in the studio. This old world could use some fresh Tom Rush music. I guess this splendid collection will have to do -- at least for the time being.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Remember this artist? 17 April 2010
By Gregory S. Walker - Published on Amazon.com
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I first heard Tom Rush's Wrong End of the Rainbow album at the ripe young age of fifteen. Having lived through Hootenanny, Ed Sullivan and the Smothers Brothers shows, I has always enjoyed folk music in all its forms. Every time I would ask for any Tom Rush records at the local venue, they'd just direct me to the RUSH rock and roll band. Tom Sawyer's good, but not what I was looking for. I was elated to obtain this CD and learn Mr. Rush is still kicking out great music. It's a fantastic and soothing listen.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Folk Masterpiece from A Folk Legend 29 Nov. 2002
By JOSEPH G. - Published on Amazon.com
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What could I say that others have already said about Tom Rush. He's one of this genre's most profilic singer-songwriters. His music touches you - makes you wonder, makes sense. I don't know where my life would be without Tom Rush, really. Sometimes, when the chips are down (In the dip) I play one of his LP's and my situation gets better. I guess that's the power of music. New fans who come across this post should start off with this collection. It's a fine gathering of songs from his long and storied career. Then, see him in concert. You won't forget it. JG P.S. - I don't know of anyone who could do Joni's "The Circle Game" better than Tom Rush..- Wait, that's his song. JG
5.0 out of 5 stars take me back to Boston! 17 Aug. 2015
By Mark E. Costlow - Published on Amazon.com
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I saw him often at the club 47; the cd take me back to the era of folk music popularity in Boston in the 60's Great album!
5.0 out of 5 stars Review Tom Rush 10 Aug. 2016
By kim maloney - Published on Amazon.com
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Very nice.
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