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The Track Listings - Gone with The Wind?,
This review is from: Eight Classic Albums [Audio CD] Jackie Mclean (Audio CD)
48 Tracks, 8 Lps (albums) spread over 4 CDs means this is a awonderful way to obtain these Public Domain Lps.
There is no track listing so I've done one.
This is not a review as such just some information.
The good news is that there is now a volume two feature 7 more of Jackies's classic albums.7 Classic Albums
Eight Classic Albums [Audio CD] Jackie Mclean by Jackie Mclean (2012) Audio CD
The CDs in this set do not tell you whats on the actual CDs.
For a decent set of reviews I suggest you head to Amazon USA and read the reviews there.
McLean's Scene (1957):
1 Gone With the Wind
2 Our Love is Here To Stay
3 Mean To Me
4 McLean's Scene
5 Old Folks
New Soil (1959):
7 Hip Strut
8 Minor Apprehension
10 Sweet Cakes
11 Davis Cup
Swing, Swang, Swingin' (1960):
1 What's New
2 Let's Face the Music and Dance
4 I Remember You
5 I Love You
6 I'll Take Romance
7 116th and Lennox
Capuchin Swing (1960):
9 Just For Now
10 Don't Blame Me
11 Condition Blue
12 Capuchin Swing
13 On the Lion
Jackie's Bag (1960):
2 Blues Inn
4 Appointment In Ghana
5 A Ballad For Doll
6 Isle of Java
8 Goin' Way Blues
9 Drew's Blues
10 Cool Green
11 Blue's Function
Inta Somethin' [with Kenny Dorham] (1961):
2 It Could Happen To You
3 Let's Face the Music
4 No Two People
5 Lover Man
6 San Francisco Beat
A Fickle Sonance (1961):
7 Five Will Get You Ten
10 A Fickle Sonance
13 Cave Castle Blues
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Initial post: 9 Aug 2012, 09:32:39 BST
don't expect any complete booklet and any reproduction of original art works, what a pity! these are not first rate compilations, that's for sure ...
In reply to an earlier post on 9 Aug 2012, 13:18:00 BST
Glenn Cook says:
I agree BUT an important point is at less than 2 quid per LP/Album you get a whole lot of music on a convienient system at a cheap as chips price.
That's eight for the price of one in my book.
What you do have to look out for is the sound.
Some of these sets have been enhanced which makes them an even bigger bargain.
Just check out the other reviews.
A lot of people seem very happy with these sets. And if you already have them on LP but are on a budget this is an excellent way to get them on CD which can't be so bad can it?
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