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CD: The Very Best Of [2003] by Eagles (CD, Oct-2003, 2 Discs, Warner Strategic ... Initial pressings included a bonus DVD.THE VERY BEST OF includes a 46-page booklet with pictures and track information.The Eagles: Bernie Leadon (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin); Don Felder (vocals, guitar, slide...
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CD: The Very Best of the Smiths [Remaster] by The Smiths (CD, Jun-2001, Wea/War... Audio Mixer: Steve Lillywhite.Audio Remasterers: Dan Hersch; Bill Inglot.Liner Note Author: Paul Lester.Photographers: Paul Slattery; Stephen Wright.If you're looking for 23 songs that represent much of the Smiths' best work, 2001's The Very Best of...
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CD: Concert for George by Various Artists (CD, Nov-2003, 2 Discs, Warner Strate... Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, England on November 22, 2002.Personnel: Scott Thurston (guitar, harmonica); Dhani Harrison, Albert Lee , Andy Fairweather Low (guitar); Marc Mann (electric guitar); Jim Horn (alto saxophone); Tom Scott...
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CD: You're the Reason by Bobby Edwards (CD, Dec-2011, International Marketing G... 
CD: Mignonette [Digipak] by The Avett Brothers (CD, Jul-2004, Emergent Music Ma... The Avett Brothers: Jim Avett.Additional personnel: Patrick Gauthier, Bonnie Avett Rini (vocals); Seth Avett (violin).
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CD: The Very Best of MTV Unplugged, Vol. 2 by Various Artists (CD, Feb-2003, We... The second volume of The Very Best of MTV Unplugged digs a little deeper into the long-running show's archives and manages to pull out a healthy number of unreleased tracks along the way. The Unplugged series always seemed to be a stab at depth for a...
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CD: Sounds Of 66 by Sammy Davis, Jr. (CD, Jan-2004, Wea/Warner Special Marketin... If a pop singer is backed by a jazz band, he/she doesn't automatically turn into a jazz singer -- having jazz accompaniment doesn't necessarily make you jazz. But if a pop singer likes to swing, having jazz accompaniment is certainly a plus. Like...
Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit (CD, Feb-1989, Custom Marketing G...Spirit: Randy California (guitar); John Locke (keyboards); Mark Andes (bass); Ed Cassidy (drums).Includes liner notes by Marty Pekar.After three albums with producer Lou Adler (who had also signed them on his label, Ode), the band brought in David...
20 All Time Best by Hank Snow (CD, Apr-2014, Int'l Marketing Group)
20 Greatest Hits by Jim Reeves (CD, Apr-2014, International Marketing Group...
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