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Full House Aces High
Amazing Rhythm Aces
Full House Aces High
Genres: Country, Rock, Classic Rock
 
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Originally Released in 1981 as a Goodbye and 'thank You' to their Fans this was a Very Limited Release (Approximately 800-900 Copies) Yet Boasted a Full Multi Track Live Recording Sound, Extensive Post Production by the Gr...  more »

      
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All Artists: Amazing Rhythm Aces
Title: Full House Aces High
Members Wishing: 7
Total Copies: 0
Label: Stolen
Release Date: 11/4/2002
Album Type: Import
Genres: Country, Rock, Classic Rock
Style: Southern Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 667342660424

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Originally Released in 1981 as a Goodbye and 'thank You' to their Fans this was a Very Limited Release (Approximately 800-900 Copies) Yet Boasted a Full Multi Track Live Recording Sound, Extensive Post Production by the Groups Latter Day Producer Jimmy Johsnson and Lavish Packaging. Original Cover and Inside Sleeve Photos Reproduced in Full.

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Excellant live performance!
S. Huntington | Hamilton, OH USA | 07/11/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I didn't really "discover" the Aces until the early '80s after almost all of their albums were out of print. Thankfully I was able to find them all in cut-out bins and used stores. Believe me I wanted them ALL! I recommend every one. Shortly after I completed my collection of their '70s albums, they released "How the Hell Do You Spell Rythum", and WOW! as they say: "the hits just keep on comin'!" At about the same time I found an ad in the back of Rolling Stone for the double live album "Full House/Aces High", mail-order only. To make a long story short it is one of the best live albums I own. Weird thing though, the vinyl discs sound better than the CD and I have never said that about anything else I've ever heard. This is a real shame because the sound ranked right up there with the best live albums of that time period (Little Feat's "Waiting for Columbus" to name my favorite). It was MADE for compact disc. Through the head-phones it almost sounds like it was recorded off of the old vinyl album. I still give this 5 stars. It is absolutely a country, bluesy, funky, kick ass CD and you'll love it. I just hope they can remaster it someday."