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reviewed Art Garfunkel: The Singer. August 29, 2012
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Art Garfunkel: The Singer
For years I have been hoopin' and hollerin' for a comprehensive Art Garfunkel collection. Columbia's pathetic 1988 single disc 12 track offering "Garfunkel" simply did not cut the …
reviewed Sinatra: Best of the Best. November 05, 2011
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Frank Sinatra: Best of the Best
When you take a look at Frank Sinatra's long and prolific recording career the numbers are simply staggering.  Frank had his first big hit as lead vocalist of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in 1940 …
reviewed Rod Stewart: Fly Me To The Moon The G.... October 20, 2010
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Rod Stewart: Fly Me To The Moon The Great American Songbook Volume V
Oh, Rod Stewart, what's happened to you? I miss the Rod Stewart of yesteryear - the rocker, party-animal and bad boy who gave us such hits as "Hot Legs", "Rhythm of my Heart", …
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 …
reviewed Roy Orbison: Black & White Night. August 24, 2010
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Roy Orbison
Seven superstars paying tribute to a legend - usually these affairs are more reminiscent of a punch-drunk heavyweight rope-a-doping for one last payday as he gamely sings into a dead microphone while …
reviewed Bobby Darin The Hit Singles Collection. January 19, 2010
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Bobb Darin The Hit Singles Collection
Imagine learning when you are a young child that you are only expected to live until the age of 30.  This was the reality that Bobby Darin was forced to cope with.  Even in his early teens …
posted a Quick Tip about Tony Bennett and K.D. Lang, It's a Wo.... August 27, 2009
Tony Bennett and K.D. Lang, It's a Wonderful World CD
Excellent renditions.. What a Wonderful World and That Lucky Old Sun from two pros Tony Bennett and K.D. Lang...It's a Wonderful World CD.
reviewed Roy Orbison: Black & White Night. June 09, 2009
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Roy Orbison
The other night a buddy of mine called raving about a disc he had picked up a few days earlier.  I had seen Roy Orbison's "Black & White Night" disc in the rack at my local …
reviewed Andy Williams: The Complete Columbia .... January 06, 2009
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Andy Williams The Complete Columbia Singles
Lest we forget, Andy Williams was a major force in American popular music for nearly two decades.  From 1956 through 1974, he placed over 40 singles on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles chart. Eight of …
reviewed The Mills Brothers: The Anthology (19.... January 05, 2009
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The Mills Brothers
That's right. If I were stranded on an island and had the choice of listening to the recordings of any one artist I would choose the Mills Brothers. According to Jay Warners "Billboard Book of American …
reviewed Feel Like Going Home: The Essential C.... December 29, 2008
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Feel Like Going Home The Essential Charlie Rich
A friend of mind showed up at my house several years ago all excited about this CD. To say the least I was very skeptical but I decided to humor him and listen to this for myself. Guess what? I ordered …
reviewed Ultimate Manilow. December 23, 2008
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Ultimate Manilow
I suppose that a number of my contemporaries will be snickering when they read this. After all, in the mid to late 1970's no one was considered less cool and more irrelevant than Barry Manilow.  …
reviewed The Essential Rosemary Clooney. December 19, 2008
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The Essential Rosemary Clooney
My first encounter with the music of Rosemary Clooney was as a 14 year old teenager in 1966 playing one of my aunts scratchy old LP's. That collection of early 1950's pre rock and roll hits included …
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 Kenny Vance and the Planotones. December 17, 2008
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Kenny Vance and the Planotones
I have had the pleasure of seeing Kenny Vance and the Planetones perform "live" several times over the past few years. They are a dymamite act in concert!  Perhaps I was expecting too much but …
reviewed Norah Jones: Feels Like Home. May 17, 2007
Norah Jones: Feels Like Home
Pros: Norah Jones style is welcome escape from the frenzy of everyday life.     Cons: The music becomes boring slightly more than half way through the album; same ole story.     …
reviewed Norah Jones: Feels Like Home. May 13, 2004
Norah Jones: Feels Like Home
I really thought that after hearing Miss Jones' first album "Come Away With Me", ranting about her to anyone that would listen, & then giving it a five star rating that she and I would become the best …
reviewed Norah Jones: Feels Like Home. May 02, 2004
Norah Jones: Feels Like Home
I picked up this cd at a bargain price because of all the, "Norah Jones this, and Norah Jones that," I've been reading, and like many other Amazon.com reviewers, I am under whelmed."Feels Like Home," …
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