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Sweet Thursday
Sweet Thursday
Sweet Thursday
Genres: Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Sweet Thursday
Title: Sweet Thursday
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: M.I.L. Multimedia
Release Date: 6/30/1998
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Folk Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 795676400024

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A real supergroup
Original Mixed Up-Kid | New York United States | 12/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"No need to judge here, If you wish to feel a real piece of art folk rock emotional 60/70's this is it...the band members songs come together in a mix that is gloomy,melancholy and beautiful all at once...perhaps bittersweet is the best adjective for all of these music "giants" getting together on a cd that will not dissapoint..great real music was and remains great music..intospective and moody but unique.
This album is like a serious joke,great session men getting together and playing for keeps."
And Dylan is technically a poor singer... so?
Stefan Daystrom | Los Angeles, CA USA | 03/04/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"...I don't get the feeling it was SUPPOSED to be a tight band. Saying this album is poorly produced IMHO is like saying Bob Dylan can't sing. By some standards both may be valid opinions, but if you understand that it doesn't matter that (in conventional terms) Dylan is a poor singer, then you might relate to the laid back "live jam" feel of this album. Not every track is memorable, but enough of them (by the way, I also heard "Jenny" and "Laughed at Him" in rotation on progressive FM radio of the early 70s) are to make it worth it. Hey, at least this is a CD nowadays, so if you don't like some of the tracks, you can probably program your CD player to skip them. For those who never heard them, I might describe the sound as in the realm of Mark/Almond but looser, except "Sweet Francesca" which sounds awfully like a Rolling Stones jam outtake. Nice melodies on the stronger tracks."
Not Perfect but Worth A Good Listen
Stephen M. Picca MD | Massapequa, NY USA | 05/19/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Hey,most people will not like this album. It's as if someone ran a tape recorder while some guys were in the garage trying to make music and figure out what it means to be growing up, strugling to meet someone out there who will be your soul mate. Some of the tracks are lame. Some are brilliant; they will stay with you forever { Jenny, Dealer, Gilbert Street}...Used to get air-play on WNEW in New York City way back when the radio played things that album with a couple of songs that will take you through life, is more than worth it...for example, "Gilbert Street" is repetitious and goes on forever and yet, will stick with you; you'll love it and be annoyed by it at the same time, you will never get it out of your brain; it will become part of you, will not get it out our of your head, ever...well worth the money."