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|Climax Blues Band|
Couldn't Get It Right
Genres: Pop, Rock
Digitally remastered reissue of 1987 retrospective featuring virtually all of the British blues-rock act's hits from 1974 on. Tracks include, 'Couldn't Get It Right' and 'Running Out of Time'.German compilation for the Bri... more »
Digitally remastered reissue of 1987 retrospective featuring virtually all of the British blues-rock act's hits from 1974 on. Tracks include, 'Couldn't Get It Right' and 'Running Out of Time'.German compilation for the British blues-rock act. 22 tracks (more than any domestic) including the hit 'I Couldn't GetIt Right', B-sides, 'Milwaukee Truckin' Blues (Chipper's Song)', 'Loving Machine' and single versions, 'Reap What I've Sowed', 'Reaching Out' and 'Using The Power'. 2000 release. Standard jewel case.
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Blues Band? Who cares! It's great music!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As per usual, Repertoire's mastering job is great. The music is is diverse - ranging from straight-out blues to the pop smash, COULDN'T GET IT RIGHT. STILL, all of this music sounds at home on the same disc. If you want a single disc compilation of tight, bluesy, British rock, LOOK NO FURTHER. Snap this up."
Noel Proffitt | 02/18/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Can anybody explain these previous reviews. Anyway a good album, except missing 'together and free', 'using the power' and the version of 'reaching out' is horrendous compared to the album release."
Noel Proffitt | 04/08/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"With "A lot of bottle" no longer available,Ive
tried to make do with getting all the tracks
ammassed through compilations.But,when my copy
of this arrived,I was ready to enjoy REAP WHAT
IVE SOWED when gasp,the entire middle section,
THE lead solo of bottleneck slide.....EDITED
OUT!... was I upset! ONE more complaint,the
track Hey Baby Everthings Gonna Be Alright Yeah
Yeah Yeah sounds really suspicous,like its been
speeded up,(time compressed?)and vocal removed
with a strange piano part that didnt seem to fit
Other than these 2 misrepresentations the rem-
ainder of the tracks sound great!"