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Wrong End Of The Rainbow

Wrong End Of The Rainbow

11 Apr 2006
4.3 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Original Release Date: 11 April 2006
  • Release Date: 5 Jan. 2009
  • Label: Columbia/Legacy
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  • Total Length: 37:37
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  • ASIN: B006N25QIA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 198,671 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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This CD, a real bargain, contains 2 complete albums from around 1970 when Tom - and the music scene generally - had moved on from Folk. On his previous album - 'The Circle Game', Tom's classic, but rather clumsily produced valedictory effort for Electra - he gave notice of the direction he was moving in: new, unknown writers (Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Jackson Browne-and Tom Rush, inter al.)who could match articulate lyrics to articulate music. Here, on CBS Tom found himself with a company who understood how to produce this new music - Electra was always an accoustic label at heart. The results are still a delight to the ear and the mind, though, sadly and inevitably, the world which they inhabit seems either long-gone or only from yesterday: either way, it's beyond recall except as a memory captured so sensitively here. Listen to 'Driving Wheel': a homesick, road song; 'Lullaby' avoids mawkishness and Tom sounds every inch the besotted modern father. But for the most part, to really enjoy this first album, you'd have to have been there the first time round; there are a lot of what would now be regarded as post-Hippy, kaftan songs for sociologists: unfair, but that's how my daughters see it. The second featured album, 'Wrong End of the Rainbow' has aged much better - younger listeners in my house actually speak well of it; it contains 4 songs by Tom - always modest about his talents in this area and generous in his efforts to promote other talents and acknowledge their influence and talent; there's even a song by one Gilbert O'Sullivan, then an unknown, on this. There are many highlights on this album - 'Wrong End of the Rainbow', 'Merrimac County', 'Starlight', 'Rotunda' and 'Jazzman' are my particular favourites.Read more ›
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Had the vinyl album for many years but it's a bit worse for wear now so decided to get the CD - not disappointed as it's a very good album by Tom Rush.
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There are no bad Tom Rush songs in my book, although I tend to lean more towards his more recent work. This CD suits me as good company in the car.
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typical seventies recording
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