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Best of the Vogues: You're the One
Genres: Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"From the days in the 60's of seeing The Vogues perform at The Holiday House in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, to hearing their music played on a local oldies station as recently as last week, Bill Burkett, Chuck Blasko, Don Miller and Hugh Geyer have proven that their harmonies are timeless! Before they achieved national exposure, they were a favorite in Pittsburgh. Their music provides a wonderful trip down memory lane!"
The Vogues - first time around collection
Zub | Forks Twp., PA | 03/02/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The Vogues broke into the charts with a string of energetic and polished hits on the Pittsburgh-based Co & Ce Records. When the material and chart success dried up, they went on to Reprise and scored again with a more Lettermanesque style revamping older hits. This collection gathers up their early period recordings from the Co & Ce stint. All six of their top-100 hits from that period are here and two appear in first-time stereo. Their biggest hits of that era are here in mono but they are in fact the original Co & Ce versions as opposed to the doctored versions that wound up on many other Vogues compilations. In addition to the charted singles and album sides, there are several previously unreleased tunes, some of which were the output of some of the biggest names in pop tune composers (P.F. Sloan, Tony Hatch, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, et al) of the era. Sound quality is the best yet for these sides with tracks 4,7-11,15,16 in first-time stereo, the remaining tracks in original-form mono. This collection represents the best gathering of the Vogues early recordings and makes an excellent companion piece to the other Vogues CDs of their later Reprise-label sides."
Get the Rhino best of
email@example.com | 03/20/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I opted to get this collection rather than the Rhino best of, and I made a mistake. This does not include any of their later hits, and has an alternate version of 5 O'clock world. I guess if you're a big fan, you'll like the unreleased stuff, but to include that and not Turn Around Look At Me, Till and My Special Angel seems rather silly.Your money is better spent on the Rhino collection."