Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Quite a start indeed.
Dylan | Portland, OR USA | 10/01/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I will start by saying that I reviewed a reissue of this record that MCA entitled "Put It Where You Want It." They pulled the track "The Jugglers," and added a track called, "How Can You Go Home." Other then that, the two records are the same.The standout songs are "This World Has Music," "Put It Where You Want It," and "Reach Out."The track "How Can You Go Home" was left off this reissue, it's a shame too, because that would have been another standout song."The Jugglers" is more of what their sound would evolve into, while tracks like, "Back in '67" and "Twilight Zone" sound a little like something that would be on the Beatles' "Let It Be" album."Reach Out" sounds a lot more bluesy then anything else they've done, and "TLC" sounds almost identical to the live version on the "Person To Person" album (except for studio tricks like the double tracking of vocals and such).Overall, it's a very solid release, and while it's not as great as say, their self titled Atlantic debut, it still can be just as funky as any of their other releases. If you are a fan, you should keep an eye out for this."
A really good start
BEETLBUG | Toledo, Ohio USA | 09/16/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is THE first AWB album. A little light compared to the others butit has a taste of what the group will become. I particularly like (put it where you wantit) (reach out) and the original version of (T.L.C.), AWB fans will remember this from their live album. Hamisch Stuart and Alan Gorrie are out front and it's only the beginning.Buy it AWB collectors!!!!!"