2 Great Albums, but very poor sound quality
Steve R. Hombach | Omaha, Nebraska United States | 10/31/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I love Roy Buchanan very much and these are 2 of my favorite albums of his possible his 2 best and since these are basically out of print I jumped at this chance to get this CD. But I regeted it because the sound Qaulity is very poor it sounds muffled like it lacks treble I personally think it is A bootleg but I;m not sure,bad sound is ussually a tell tale sign that it is. The packaging on the CD is very good but if I were you I would wait for them to be rereleased. I hope the makers of this CD see my reveiw and chaleng me on its merits if it is real or A bootleg."
Master of the Telecaster
Michael B. Shirley | tampa, fl | 09/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I just received this album two days ago. I bought it in spite of the one negative review that said the sound quality was poor and I'm glad I did! This is not a remastered version of these two albums, but in my estimation the sound quality is excellent considering that this music was recorded in the earley '70's. Roy Buchanan was one of the most expressive guitar players ever. Listening to him is like listening to a conversation without words. The message comes through loud and clear. These are perhaps his two best albums and I heartily recommend them. The second album by itself is almost impossible to find. The two together is a sonic revelation!"