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Postby Ram1 » Sat Mar 01, 2003 3:49 pm

quote:Originally posted by dsnito
The remastered version maybe great, but I´d NEVER give my original ATMP triple vinyl to anyone, ´cos it´s a relic, a treasure for me.

Peace.


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Postby nicholeantoinette » Wed Mar 12, 2003 10:21 pm

WAD? Whazzat?
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Postby Bluebird » Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:53 pm

Time for praise this masterpiece. I find it as maybe his best album ever. I like especially the jam on disc 2!
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Postby EddieV » Wed Jul 27, 2005 7:41 am

Beware of Darkness is a very underrated song, I love it.. There are so many good songs on this album.
If The Beatles had carried on maybe we wouldn´t have all these good songs??
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Postby kylestyle » Wed Jul 27, 2005 8:15 am

Chris Speers wrote:Clapton is on a lot of tracks from what i read and just wasn't credited - i know that's Clapton on "Id have you anytime"


I'm sure Eric was credited on my boxed triple LP along with Ringo, Klaus, Badfinger etc. This is a brilliant album, and I read people here are knocking the sound quality, but I love it. I'm gonna have to do a ratings blitz on this one soon, hehe..

EDIT: - Yep.. just checked the orange inside of the box and it says: Guitar: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Dave Mason. So there you go.
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Postby Laura » Wed Jul 27, 2005 4:13 pm

I really enjoy all the songs on the cd.
there are some gems like ATMP & Isn't it a Pity
What is Life & Beware of Darkness
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Postby kylestyle » Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:16 pm

I'd Have You Anytime - 10
My Sweet Lord - 10
Wah-Wah - 10
Isn't It A Pity - 10
What Is Life - 10
If Not For You - 10
Behind That Locked Door - 6
Let It Down - 10
Run Of The Mill - 8
Beware Of Darkness - 10
Apple Scruffs - 10
Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp - 5
Awaiting On You All - 10
All Things Must Pass - 10
I Dig Love - 10
Art Of Dying - 10
Isn't It A Pity (Version Two) - 10
Hear Me Lord - 9
Out Of The Blue - 5 (too long)
It's Johnny's Birthday - 10 (hahaha love the warped style of this)
Plug Me In - 8 (a sweet jam)
I Remember Jeep - 7
Thanks For The Pepperoni - 5

193/23 = 8/10

As a double album, it would be flawless (10/10 easily), but a couple of meandering tracks and the 'Apple jam' sessions kinda take the gloss off an otherwise stunning album.
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Postby Cologne girl » Thu Jul 28, 2005 8:59 pm

kylestyle wrote:As a double album, it would be flawless (10/10 easily), but a couple of meandering tracks and the 'Apple jam' sessions kinda take the gloss off an otherwise stunning album.

I totally agree - it should have been a double album; this would have made it at least a solid 9/10 in my book. Basically I agree with Kylestyle's ratings - just that a couple of 10s would have been 9s: "I'd Have You Anytime", "Let It Down", "Beware of Darkness", "I Dig Love" (quite a good and interesting song, I just don't "dig" it as much as some of my 10s), "Isn't It a Pity" version 2 (maybe I wouldn't give it a 10 just because I like version 1 so much better) and "Johnny's Birthday" (it's hilarious, but that, for me, is not enough for a 10). My favourite by far is "Wah Wah" (I'd give it an 11 if I could); there's nothing like listening to this song full blast and singing along with it :) And it will always remind me of the Concert for George and Dhani's performance. "Isn't It a Pity" (version 1) comes second.
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Postby kylestyle » Thu Jul 28, 2005 10:25 pm

Great comments! I *dig* the drum sound on I Dig Love - the echo effect totally makes the song.
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Postby HeyJude » Wed Aug 03, 2005 2:04 pm

I also agree with most of Kyle's ratings, though I'd rate Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp higher, I really like that song, and maybe some songs on the second half of the album lower, if they're compared to "my" 10s. Btw, other people complain about the vast number of 10s in the ratings, but heck if there is one album that's really packed with 10-worthy songs, it's this one. Isn't It A Pity is my very favourite Harrisong ever.
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