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Have a Nice Day 11
Genres: Country, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
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A Little Bit Of Everything - And More Than Enough Of It!
Anthony Brancato | San Francisco, CA (USA) | 02/04/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The songs featured here range from No. 1 smashes ("The Morning After") to an entry that neglected to even crack the Top 40 ("The Free Electric Band"); from country ("Funny Face") to novelty ("Uneasy Rider"); from pop with attitude ("Big City Miss Ruth Ann") to death-pop ("Daisy A Day"). The Hot 100 was sure a mixed bag in 1973, and this edition conveys the essence of that almost perfectly. The finale could have been better - nothing terribly wrong with "Tell Her She's Lovely," except for the fact that chances are, if you grew up on the East Coast this will be the first time you have ever heard it. Would have been six stars if Keith Hampshire's "Big Time Operator" had closed out this disc instead!"
A swiss cheese of a disc. . . .
John A. Kuczma | Marietta, GA USA | 07/06/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Unfortunately, I must disagree with previous reviewers of this disc. Volume 11 of the "Have a Nice Day" series is terribly inconsistent. When four of twelve cuts are marginal at best, you have a bit of a quality problem.Volume 11 is a study in contrasts. There are two instrumental tracks; the superb "Dueling Banjos" and the overlong, overplayed Deodato version of "Also Sprach Zarathustra." Gilbert O'Sullivan and Clint Holmes add a light touch with "Get Down" and "Playground in My Mind", and Maureen McGovern's beautiful "Morning After" provides a bigband-ish angst ballad.There is a strong country-influence in Donna Fargo's silly but successful "Funny Face" and the much better Charlie Daniel's Band debut offering, "Uneasy Rider."There is some very good music on this disc, but many of the tracks seem very out of place on a collection whose primary title is "SuperHits of the 70s."Like so many other compilations on the market, Volume 11 is a take it or leave it proposition based solely on the purchaser's individual taste."
4 used and new for $65.69, Are you crazy?
Jake E. | florida USA | 11/03/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I was looking for Big City Miss Ruth Ann, I don't hear this song since 1974. Playground in my Mind is also a hard to find piece, both are simple and light songs. OK, but $65.69 , no, no, no way."