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  • Full title: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers.Bob Marley & The Wailers: Peter Tosh (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer (vocals, guitar).Additional personnel include: Tommy McCook (tenor saxophone); Aston Barrett (bass guitar); Carlton Barrett (drums).Compilation Producers: Bill Levenson; Dana Smart.Liner Note Author: David Katz.Recording information: Randy's Studio 17, Kingston, Jamaica (1967 - 1972); Dynamic Sound Studio, Kingston, Jamaica (1967 - 1972).This compilation offers a brief glimpse into the Wailers' early-to-middle years (they only became Bob Marley & the Wailers after signing to Island Records; Bunny Livingston and Peter Tosh quit soon thereafter). It combines a few of the late-1960s sides the group recorded for Texas singer Johnny Nash (whose ska-inflected "Hold Me Tight" had been a big international hit in 1967) with material recorded for the band's own Wail'n Soul'm and Tuff Gong labels, and for the visionary producer Lee "Scratch" Perry.Songs such as "Small Axe," "Kaya," and "Lively Up Yourself" are all familiar from their later incarnations, and to hear them in their unadorned earlier versions, particularly the primitive recordings of "Stir It Up" and "Soul Rebel," is to experience both their simple power and Bob Marley's faith in their ultimate mass acceptance. THE BEST OF BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS makes clear that the band's raw talent was present from the outset, while hinting at the time and sweat involved in bringing that talent to full fruition.
  • It has often been said that George Jones could sing the phone book and keep audiences on the edge of their seats--he's that good. By nearly all accounts, Jones is the greatest singer to ever grace a country stage. For most fans, Jones' peak period was the 1960s, a time during which he perfected the "George Jones formula": effortless melismatic singing, rich emotive baritone vocals, and a repertoire that perfectly blends novelty songs and heart-wrenching ballads. 20 GREATEST HITS collects a hodge-podge of recordings and rerecordings of Jones favorites from these stellar years.Many of the recordings on 20 GREATEST HITS are the familiar original releases, among them "Walk Through This World With Me," "Take Me" and "Things Have Gone to Pieces." Others, like "The Race is On" and "A Good Year For the Roses" are obvious rerecordings of the original singles. All, regardless of origin, are sublime. The rerecordings, in fact, help prove what has often been said of Jones: he can sing the same song a million times, a million different ways, and make every version interesting.
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  • Personnel: John McCutcheon (vocals, 6 & 12-string acoustic & electric guitars, banjo, hammered dulcimer, fiddle); Mike Cotter, Mary Ann Redmond, Demetra Katson); Pete Kennedy (acoustic & electric guitars, banjo, mandolin); Bob Read (clarinet, soprano saxophone, saxophone); Jon Carroll (accordion, piano, background vocals); John D'earth (trumpet); Doug Elliott (trombone); Michael Aharon (piano, electric piano, organ, synthesizer); JT Brown (bass, background vocals); Robert "Jos" Jospe (drums, percussion); Kevin Davis (congas, percussion); Bob Dawson (percussion).Recorded at Bias Studios, Springfield, Virginia.All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.JOHN MCCUTCHEON'S FOUR SEASONS: AUTUMNSONGS was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Musical Album For Children.Nothing's what you expect it to be on AUTUMNSONGS. McCutcheon is known as a first rate folk guitarist, but he underplays both his guitar skills and his folkie side in favor of full band arrangements featuring lots of electric instruments. This is ostensibly a children's album, but if you weren't listening intently to the skew of the lyrics, you'd just think it was a straight-up contemporary singer-songwriter effort. This recording continues McCutcheon's seasonal series, and it does contain songs about Halloween, Thanksgiving and such, but it seems to venture far beyond the theme. AUTUMNSONGS is ultimately a family album rather than just a kids' recording.
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