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Joy of Cooking
Joy of Cooking
Joy of Cooking
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
 
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First time on CD for this 1971 album, originally released on Capitol/EMI. Produced by John Palladino (Quicksilver Messenger Service). 10 tracks. Acadia. 2003.

      
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All Artists: Joy of Cooking
Title: Joy of Cooking
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Acadia Records
Release Date: 5/5/2003
Album Type: Import
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Styles: Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Country Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 805772805026

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First time on CD for this 1971 album, originally released on Capitol/EMI. Produced by John Palladino (Quicksilver Messenger Service). 10 tracks. Acadia. 2003.

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Wonderful...but still not all of it.
Dr. Laurie Larwood | Tucson, AZ | 06/27/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The three Joy of Cooking albums are each magnificent.

I knew Terry when she was singing in a Berkeley coffee shop. She sang like this in the tiny room and brought goose bumps to me.

Later when they were famous and on the cover of Time magazine, Terry and Toni did a freebee in front of the Berkeley student union. We mobbed the place and it was the singular most joyful concert I have ever experienced (free didn't hurt either).

These three albums bring them back--listen with both ears in a quiet room and imagine they are singing to you. They are.

But there's still something missing. They cut at least two other albums together, but didn't refer to them as Joy of Cooking albums--"Cross Country", and "Good for You Too" (MCA 386). I'm still looking for these two...and you should be too. They are incredible.

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Just as good nearly 40 years later!
William Timothy Lukeman | 06/18/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was 16 years old when I picked this album up on a whim, intrigued by the cover art (which isn't used in this reissue, sadly), not having heard a note of it -- and it quickly found a warm place in my soul, remaining a favorite to this day. Toni & Terry were vibrant new voices, their songs a wonderful mixture of blues, jazz, rock, country, and folk. There was a maturity to their work, a certain wisdom born of living, experiencing both happiness & heartbreak -- but they could rock, lay down a sinuous groove, and burn both slow & fast! To this day, "Too Late, But Not Forgotten" hits me where I live -- "Hush" makes my heart beat with delight -- "Down My Dream" sends me floating in memories -- "Only Time Will Tell Me" makes me think about the future -- but every song here is a winner. And they only got better with each new album!

Not quite a lost band, but certainly not as well known as they deserved. Here's the chance to discover a genuine treasure -- most enthusiastically recommended!"