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Anthology Live: 101 Songs About Cars Girls & Food
  • Artist: The Morells
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 656605884622
  • Item #: SRD588462
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 10/11/2012
  • Rank: 252996
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Price: $57.30

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Anthology Live: 101 Songs About Cars Girls & Food on CD

An Email received 12/29/06 - 'I received this 4 CD set for a Christmas present - I would have purchased it before, but I was a tad skeptical about the quality of the recordings. I did just want to say, WOW! It is incredible...' BE SURE TO SCROLL DOWN TO THE REVIEWS AT THE BOTTOM! 4/16/07 - I found it about impossible to scroll down on my computer - if you have trouble too, just let me say there are 4 reviews, and each is FIVE STARS! Comment 01/20/06 from Denmark!- 'I cannot find the words...It's heaven on earth!!!' Comment 11/25/05 from AUSTRALIA!- 'This is seriously great stuff. Love every minute of it. Job well done, amigo!' As a sequel to Almeron Records 'Skeletons 'LIVE' at the Amador,' this 4 disc, nearly FIVE HOURS OF MUSIC set should have fans of these Springfield, MO bands jumping for joy! About 70 of the songs have never before been available from any combination of these musicians, be it Symptoms, Skeletons, Morells, or Park Central Squares. Included is a tri-fold 8 page booklet, with colorized miniature versions of 6 classic Morells show posters, complete track listings, a photo of the current group taken in August at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland (yeah, the picture isn't that great, but it was taken with a 25 cent camera!), a page of group info, and a shameless plug for the other Almeron CD, 'The Skeletons 'LIVE' at the Amador 1979.' Some email comments from among the first purchasers: 'Wow!' 'Wow!' 'OMG!' 'Bravo!' 'You should win the Pulitzer Prize!'* * None of these were from friends, relatives, or even people who have met me! Tom Taber, Almeron Records.