Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Arizona And Other States of Mind
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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Arizona & Other states of mind
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great CD I first brought this as an 8 track tape in 1970 and loved the music. I have all of Paul Revere & the Raiders albums. I Saw them in concert in 1968 , and they are fanastic performers. (kinda of telling how old I am). Anyway this CD and another one called Silver Bird, both of them are really great easy listening. Enjoy."
Music with feeling
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I became a Mark Lindsay/Raiders fan long ago. Mr. Lindsay has one of the most versatile and best voices around. This cd is a nice grouping of songs off his first 3 solo albums, much different music from the Raiders! Its the first time music from You've Got a Friend has been available on cd. Since his release of Video Dreams in 1996, his earlier music has been re-released - and none too soon. If you're already a fan you can't go wrong. These tracks sound great. If you're new to Marks music - please give it a listen - I think you'll appreciate the absence of electronic, choreographed to the last note sound of the current wave of pop. Enjoy the feeling!"
Easy to listen to, but not definitive
gassy goon | 05/28/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Nice collection of Mark's easy listening songs compiled from his 3 Columbia solo albums. His version of IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND is absolutely beautiful, one of the best vocals he ever did. This song just has a magical mood to it. Worth owning just to have it at last. ARIZONA is his biggest solo hit, but this CD is missing his other solo singles. I and I'm sure tons of other Lindsay lovers would like a " BEST OF " CD to collect ALL of his rare Columbia 45's like SILVERBIRD, MISS AMERICA, SOMETHING BIG, MAMACITA, CALIFORNIA, PROBLEM CHILD, ARE YOU OLD ENOUGH, and the others that defined his solo career. Hope a label does him justice with a more complete retrospective of hits & rarities. This is nice, but they took the easy way out of collecting mostly album tracks."