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reviewed Barry Manilow The Greatest Love Songs.... September 01, 2010
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Barry Manilow The Greatest Love Songs of All Time
When Barry Manilow's "The Greatest Love Songs of All Time" was released several months ago I was kind of intrigued.  I had not purchased anything by Manilow since his "Ultimate …
posted a Quick Tip about Haven't Met You Yet. July 01, 2010
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Haven't Me You Yet
such a peppy song! fun for the car... though saw him perform it on SNL and there's something about the affectation of his live performance that rubbed me wrong. can't pin it down, just felt awkward.
posted a Quick Tip about Haven't Met You Yet. June 29, 2010
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Haven't Me You Yet
Definitely my favorite tune from Michael Buble's "Crazy Love" album. This bouncy tune could have been a hit in any era.
reviewed Rod Stewart As Time Goes By: The Grea.... June 03, 2010
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Rod Stewart As Time Goes By
It is one thing to hear one of these tunes occasionally on an adult contemporary radio station.  Whenever I did my reaction was usually "Well, isn't that interesting!"   …
reviewed The Very Best of Lou Rawls: You'll Ne.... March 11, 2010
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The Very Best of Lou Rawls
As his good friend Billy Vera points out in the liner notes Lou Rawls never ever sang silly love songs.  No sir!  From the very beginning Lou Rawls sang about serious, adult subjects.  …
reviewed SONOSings. December 31, 2009
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SonoSings
During a recent visit to Barnes & Noble I was totally captivated by a new CD that was being heavily promoted in the Music Dept.  I cannot tell you how long it has been since I …
reviewed Come Softly To Me: The Very Best of T.... March 30, 2009
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Come Softly To Me: The Very Best of The Fleetwoods
While I had some familiarity with the Fleetwoods I really had no idea just how talented this group really was.  The fact of the matter is that I don't think I have ever heard any group express teen …
reviewed The Fontane Sisters Their Greatest Hits. February 08, 2009
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The Fontane Sisters  Their Greatest Hits
If you are like me and enjoy early to mid 50's pop then in all likelihood you are at least familiar with the Fontane Sisters. Most people would recall the groups two Top Ten hits from that era. "Hearts …
reviewed Englebert Humperdinck: Ultimate Colle.... January 04, 2009
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Engle
The name on his records said Englebert Humperdinck.  Archie Bunker once referred to him as "Englebert What's His Dink".  His real name was Arnold George Dorsey.  He was a struggling …
reviewed Nat King Cole: Greatest Hits. January 04, 2009
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Nat King Cole
Nat King Cole is an American icon. Some sixty years later his early recordings with the King Cole Trio are still highly regarded by jazz afficianados around the world. And many of his solo efforts remain …
reviewed Art Garfunkel: Across America. December 21, 2008
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Art Garfunkel Across America
Art Garfunkel has always been one of my favorite solo artists. That is why I was absolutely flabbergasted to discover "Across America" at my local library.  For some strange reason, I was …
reviewed Best of The Four Aces. December 20, 2008
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Best of The Four Aces
In the early 1950's, before the dawn of rock and roll, vocal groups were all the rage. This was certainly the case in black communities across America where one could find vocal groups performing on almost …
reviewed P.S. I Love You: The Best of The Hill.... December 18, 2008
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P.S. I Love You The Best of The Hilltoppers
Fans of the Hilltoppers will certainly have no complaints with this collection. "P.S. I Love You: The Best of the Hilltoppers" offers up 18 tracks including all of the group's biggest records. In the …
reviewed Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridg.... December 17, 2008
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Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge Today
Imagine! It has been 50 years since a young singer from Brooklyn named Johnny Maestro made his very first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 with a tune called "Sweetest One". At that time, Johnny was …
reviewed Chaka Khan ClassiKhan. December 17, 2008
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Chaka Khan Classikhan
When Chaka Khan emerged on the national music scene in the early 1970's as leader of the funk group Rufus I was not particularly impressed.  Funk was never one of my favorite genres anyway so …
reviewed The Best of Mel Carter. December 16, 2008
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The Best of Mel Carter
This is about as bare bones as it gets folks. "The Best of Mel Carter" just has to be one of the stingiest offerings I have ever come across. And that's too bad because just about anything Mel Carter …
reviewed Don McLean For The Memories. December 13, 2008
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Don McLean For The Memories
 I  played this CD today for the first time in quite some time.  It is really one of the most underrated and enjoyable CDs I own.  "For The Memories" was originally …
reviewed Nat King Cole At The Sands. December 11, 2008
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Nat King Cole At The Sands
 I have often remarked that Nat King Cole was incapable of making a bad record.  So when I happened upon "Nat King Cole At The Sands" I thought I'd put my theory to the test.  …
reviewed Helen Reddy The Woman I Am: The Defin.... December 11, 2008
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Helen Reddy The Woman I Am Definitive Collection
It has been an awfully long time since Helen Reddy had her last big chart hit.  Her music has all but disappeared from the radio.  That's too bad.  But the fact of the matter is that Helen …
reviewed The Golden Age of American Popular Mu.... December 10, 2008
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The Golden Age of American Popular Music
If you are a serious collector of American popular music then this is one disc that should really float your boat. "The Golden Age of American Popular Music" features a generous total of 28 great pop …
reviewed Frank Sinatra: Beautiful Ballads & Lo.... December 04, 2008
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Frank Sinatra Beautiful Ballads and Love Songs
While browsing through the CD section at my local bookstore the other day I stumbled upon this brand new Frank Sinatra disc from Sony BMG.  "Beautiful Ballads and Love Songs" features 15 …
reviewed The Lettermen: Capitol Collectors Series. December 04, 2008
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The Lettermen Capitol Collectors Series
The Lettermen have been doing what they do for more than years now. Original member Tony Butala leads the current trio who continue to record and maintain an ambitious concert schedule. This 1992 compilation …
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