Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Chad & Jeremy|
I Don't Want to Lose You Baby
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
With the 1965 release of Chad & Jeremy's sweeping second Columbia LP, the shaggy-haired troubadours began to weave timely folk-rock anthems by Bob Dylan and Phil Ochs into their British Invasion-style repertoire. Of course... more »
With the 1965 release of Chad & Jeremy's sweeping second Columbia LP, the shaggy-haired troubadours began to weave timely folk-rock anthems by Bob Dylan and Phil Ochs into their British Invasion-style repertoire. Of course, the dynamic duo still retained that magical ability to break young girls' hearts with their stirring harmonies on chart-bound singles like "I Don't Wanna Lose You Baby" and "I Have Dreamed."
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Terrible sound quality.
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This happens to be one of my favorite albums. (I won't explain that here!) So I was very excited to see it had finally come out on CD. Two tracks from it were released on the Columbia/Legacy compilation "Painted Dayglow Smile" in '92 and they sounded great so you can imagine my disappointment when I heard this disk. It sounds like it was mastered off of a bad cassette copy. I don't know what the source material for the Columbia/Legacy disk was but it was far, far superior. Too bad. I don't suppose they'll ever get around to remastering this record 'cause its limited market probably won't warrant it. If this label (Scorpio) ever rereleases any more titles by this duo I hope they take a little more time and care with the product."
Better than I expected...
(4 out of 5 stars)
"After I read the other reviews here I decided to pass on this one. Then my wife got it for me anyway. I definitely hear the audio difference when compared to the Columbia compilation mentioned above, but I think that cd was remixed by Bob Irwin, which puts it in a whole other category. The songs here are great. C&J had a unique sound. Pick this one up. I'd also recommend their Distant Shores CD."
Consider this one
(3 out of 5 stars)
"With the exception of their greatest hits collection, this is the only disc by Chad & Jeremy I'd recommend. Most of the songs were originally done by someone else, but it's nice to hear C&J's interpretation. I'll never understand why the title song wasn't a bigger hit."