Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Love Sick, Pt. 2
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
The second single from his Grammy winning album 'Time Out OfMind'. Pt.2 features 'Love Sick' (Album Version) and previously unreleased live versions of 'Can't Wait' & 'Roving Gambler' (recorded in December, 1997) and 'Blin... more »
The second single from his Grammy winning album 'Time Out OfMind'. Pt.2 features 'Love Sick' (Album Version) and previously unreleased live versions of 'Can't Wait' & 'Roving Gambler' (recorded in December, 1997) and 'Blind Willie McTell' (recorded in February, 1998). Slimline jewel case. 1998 Columbia release.
A must for bootleg fans
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After a long wait ,i recieved my cd's,well worth it.The grammy version of love sick is much more powerful on cd.The sweetness of born in time makes it worth it alone.Even if you have these songs on boot,the cleaning-up the studio does works wonders.I'm begining to hear voices,but there's no one around."
Super Version of Blind Willie McTell
Stephanie Sane | from the Asylum | 10/02/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This mini CD or CD single if you prefer starts out with the album version of Love Sick and that is truly a shame, because anybody who would even think about buying this CD single already owns "Love and Theft." You're only getting four songs here, so it seems a complete waste to have to pay for something you already have. That said, you do get three other tunes. A live version of "Can't Wait," which is very good, but the version on the album is better, of course, I think "Love and Theft" is maybe tied with "Blood on the Tracks" as being the best album Mr. D has ever done. "Roving Gambler" is nice. I remember when I was a little girl my dad used to play the Frankie Laine version all the time. Frankie just turned ninety and is still going strong. In fact I've got the "Frankie Lane live at New Orleans" CD which was recorded in 1999 when he was eighty-six and he was great. I just hope our friend Bobby is still recording when he's that age, cuz he just keeps getting better.The crème de le crème of this CD is the super version of "Blind Willie McTell," that closes it. Sony really, really should make a live CD of the "Never Ending Tour." With song like this on it, it would be huge. Five stars for this one, just cuz of "Blind Willie."Reviewed by Stephanie Sane"