Chateau Dietrich

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

My Vinyl Attic - Shango - Shango (1969)


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The vinyl sounds great.  The first song is especially entertaining.  Not a bad album. 


  • Day After Day 2:28
  • Liuba Liuba 3:52
  • Hey Jude 2:07
  • Sunshine Superman 3:25
  • Taste of Honey 5:20
  • Mama Lion 3:51
  • Um Um 3:41
  • Mescalito 3:39
  • Ob La Di, Ob La Da 3:59
  • Cowboys & Indians 

  • Information stolen from This Great Site
  • Shango consisted of Malcolm Evans (St. Croix, Virgin Islands), Richard Hernandez (Torrance, California), Joe Barile (Ischia, island off of Italy), and Tommy Reynolds (St. Croix, Virgin Islands)
    According to the liner notes of the album, “Shango: a cult which originated in Africa and flowered in the West Indies using the rhythm of the drum for prayer during a change “feast” or “sacrifice” two dancers blindfold themselves. One places a cock on his shoulder and the other takes up a machete. At the climax of the dance, the machete is swung and the head of the cock is severed. The danger of the dance are many. We used to have a harmonica player.”
    Shango, pioneers of combining rock with Jamaican reggae, came on the scene in 1969 with the single “Day After Day (It’s Slipping Away),” describing the consequences of the erosion of the the U. S. West Coast (“better get ready to tie up the boat in Idaho”…) This novelty song never became a great hit, but the album SHANGO (A&M SP 4195) demonstrated these guys were more than a novelty act.
    There’s a superb arrangement of “A Taste of Honey,” while “Hey Jude” is a rolling marimba instrumental. Other great cuts include a cover of Donovan’s “Sunshine Superman” and Curtis Mayfield’s “Um, um, um …” The perfect party record; or just a way to lift your spirits. A second album, TRAMPIN’, was released on ABC Records a year later. (J. B. Brent)
  • My Vinyl Attic - Lighthouse - Thoughts of Movin' On (1971)


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    The vinyl sounds great.  While this wasn't one of my favorite albums, back in the day, it does have some very good songs on it.  I stand corrected.  A great, great Canadian band.  The last two songs on side two blend together so I have left them so.



    1971
    Members : Bob McBride, Skip Prokop, Paul Hoffer, Ralph Cole, Dick Armin (violoncelo), Louie Yacknin, Keith Jollimor, Larry Smith, Howard Shore, Mike Malone


    Video

    Take It Slow (In the Country)


    1-1 take it slow (out in the country).mp3
    1-2 what gives you the right.mp3
    1-3 you and me.mp3
    1-4 fly my airplane.mp3
    1-5 i'd be so  happy.mp3
    2-1 I Just Wanna Be Your friend.mp3
    2-2 I'm just gonna try to make it.mp3
    2-3 rockin' chair.mp3
    2-4 walk me down.mp3
    2-5 & 6 walk me down - insane.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Shirley Eikhard - Child of the Present (1975)


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    The vinyl is terrific.  No problems that I can hear.  The music is quite good.  Shirley has a great voice.  She's a good songwriter.

    Recorded while still her in her late teens, Child of the Present is a definite step forward for Shirley Eikhard. This second album allows of more of her personality to shine through than the first one did, and the over-production that plagued her debut is gone. Also, instead of being marketed as an Anne Murray protégée, Eikhard is now presenting herself as a singer/songwriter squarely in the Carole King mode (in fact, a peppy, poppy cover of King's "To Love" kicks off the album). The result of all this is a pretty good pop/rock outing with hints of blues, jazz, and country influences. Unfortunately, the backing band, while competent, is not quite up to Eikhard's level, which means that a slow blues like "Leave the Windows Open," which would be incendiary in the hands of Bonnie Raitt's band, is merely OK here. Eikhard, though, is in fine voice throughout, and this album contains several songwriting gems awaiting rediscovery. As well, the standout track, "I Just Wanted You to Know," presages the jazzier direction Eikhard's career would take some 20 years later. ~ K.A. Scott

    shirley eikhard 1-1 to love.mp3
    shirley eikhard 1-2 sure thing.mp3
    shirley eikhard 1-3 walk away.mp3
    shirley eikhard 1-4 i wanna know.mp3
    shirley eikhard 1-5 play a little longer.mp3
    shirley eikhard 2-1 child of the present.mp3
    shirley eikhard 2-2 it doesn't matter anymore.mp3
    shirley eikhard 2-3 best friend.mp3
    shirley eikhard 2-4 leave the windows open.mp3
    shirley eikhard 2-5 i just wanted you to know.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Papa Nebo - Papa Nebo (1972)

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    The vinyl sounds great.  The music is very good.  Lazy Day is an absolute stand-out tune.

    PAPA NEBO which ultimately morphed into FREE BEER was described by legendary music exec Ahmet Ertegun who personally signed them to Atlantic Records.  So fresh it's amazing, an artist with a girl violinist, a jazz saxophone(Bob Mintzer, now leader of the Yellow Jackets), classical piano, hard rock guitar and soft country rock harmonies". Two years later the group splintered into FREE BEER headed by Michael Packer & Sandy Allen, two of the founding members of Papa Nebo. Free Beer recorded one album for Buddah and two albums for RCA. Produced by Alan Lorber


    papa nebo 1-1 lazy day.mp3
    papa nebo 1-2  live in missouri.mp3
    papa nebo 1-3 smile in the sky.mp3
    papa nebo 1-4 on the bus to meet brenden but he wasn't there.mp3
    papa nebo 1-5 judson queen.mp3
    papa nero 2-1 feel it inside.mp3
    papa nero 2-2 smooth pat.mp3
    papa nero 2-3 i can't make it today.mp3
    papa nero 2-4 louisiana woman.mp3
    papa nero 2-5 make me feel fine.m

    My Vinyl Attic - Paper Lace - Paper Lace (1974)


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    The vinyl sounds very good.  It has the hits and then some.  What more do you need to know.

    papa nebo 1-1 lazy day.mp3
    papa nebo 1-2  live in missouri.mp3
    papa nebo 1-3 smile in the sky.mp3
    papa nebo 1-4 on the bus to meet brenden but he wasn't there.mp3
    papa nebo 1-5 judson queen.mp3
    papa nero 2-1 feel it inside.mp3
    papa nero 2-2 smooth pat.mp3
    papa nero 2-3 i can't make it today.mp3
    papa nero 2-4 louisiana woman.mp3
    papa nero 2-5 make me feel fine.mp3
    papa nero 2-6 buford claxton.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Peter Foldy - Peter Foldy (1974)


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    The vinyl on this was very clicky (as I recall).  I think it turned out pretty well.  This was a tough album to find and cost me a ton on Ebay to acquire.  But, the end product is all that matters.  I really like this album.  I've always been a fan of the hit single, Bondi Junction - but there's a lot of great pop songs on this to recommend it.

    perter foldy - 1-1 spanky.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 1-2 yes operator.mp3
    PETER FOLDY  1-3 optimistic dream.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 1-4 thinkin' about you.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 1-5 bondi junction.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 1-5 why am i alone.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 1-6 bondi junction.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 2-1 I'll never know.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 2-2 remember.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 2-3 it makes you happy.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 2-4 alice mary jane MacPherson.mp3
    PETER FOLDY - 2-5 when i am so in love.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Pig Iron - Pig Iron (1970)


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    The vinyl sounds great.  I don't really hear any problems.  It's pretty enjoyable rock from the day.  The vocalist could be a little more dynamic but overall, it gets the job done.


    01. People Gonna Talk (3:00)
    02. I Put A Spell On You (4:45)
    03. Neighbor, Neighbor (2:48)
    04. I Can't Make It Alone (4:55)
    05. Easy Time Now (3:17)
    06. Abe's Blues (5:19)
    07. Wake Up Mr. Charlie (2:49)
    08. Out Of Town (1:33)
    09. Top Of The World (2:42)

    My Vinyl Attic - Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops - Getting Friendly with Music (1956)


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    The vinyl on this sounded good until the last song on the first side.  Les Sylpides had a big skip and a repeat. I think I managed (with the magic of Adobe Audition) to severely mitigate the damage.  If you listen closely, you can tell, but it's really not that bad.  There isn't really much (if any) distortion.  I had a hard time figuring out the tracks to side two.  There were three big breaks in the music (which should make for four tracks) but the record only lists three.  I'm sure it's one of those classical breaks.  

    1. The Mikado: Overture (Sullivan)
    2. Liebesleid (Kreisler)
    3. Tales from the Vienna Woods (J. Strauss, Jr.)
    4. Les Sylphides Pt. 1 (Chopin) Orchestrated by Anderson and Bodge
    5. The Three-cornered Hat: ballet suite (Falla)
    6. Estudiantina Waltz (Waldteufel)
    7. Marche Slave, op. 31 (Tchaikovsky)

    My Vinyl Attic - Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops - Boston Tea Party (1958)



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    The vinyl was a little clicky and poppy (this is a 1958 pressing) but that all cleaned up nicely.  I don't hear much at all and there's no real distortion on the boomy notes.  It was recorded remarkably low.  I really had to boost the record volume to get it to register properly in Adobe Audition.  The music is what you'd expect.  Me, I love the gals on the cover and the living room.

    01 the merry wives of windsor overture.mp3
    02 fantasia on Greensleeves.mp3
    03 minuet.mp3
    04 count of luxemburg waltzes.mp3
    05 the merry widow waltz.mp3
    06 moonglow and theme from Picnic.mp3
    07 hernando's hieaway.mp3
    08 the bohemian girl overture.mp3

    Friday, November 9, 2012

    My Vinyl Attic - Henry "Hot Lips" Levine - Dixieland Jazz Band (1956(


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    The vinyl sounds really good.  There were only a few clicks to begin with and they are all gone (as far as I’ve heard).  The music is a lot of fun.  It isn’t heavy Dixieland.  More jazz with a slight Dixie overlay.  Very nice.

    01 who's sorry now.mp3
    02 sunrise symphony.mp3
    03 paddy's day parade.mp3
    04 the blues my naughty sweetie game to me.mp3
    05 cleveland press (two beat).mp3
    06 bugle call rag.mp3
    07 washington post dixie.mp3
    08 rockin' chair.mp3
    09 i'd be lost without your love.mp3
    10 summertime.mp3
    11 indian uprising.mp3
    12 i found a new baby.mp3

    Monday, November 5, 2012

    My Vinyl Attic - Chas Jankel - Chas Jankel (1980)


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    The vinyl is great.  The music is not really my cup of tea.  I wasn't as fond of Ian Dury's funkier songs and I think Chaz/Chas may have had a lot to do with those.

    Info stolen from This Great Site


    R ecalling that Jankel was the Blockhead with all the musical smarts, I picked this one up in a used record store and nearly fell out of my chair when I heard the opening “Ai No Corrida.” Named for the controversial Japanese film, the song is like hearing a grown man gone mad in a musical candystore: disco, Latin, funk, music hall, whirled in a world where Kid Creole & The Coconuts are safe as milk. However, it’s the inspired anomaly on an album just as likely to contain insipid instrumentals (“Reverie,” “Lenta Latina”). A&M execs signed him on the strength of demos for Corrida and “Am I Honest With Myself Really?” Presumably, not all 15 minutes of the latter or, honestly, they would have had second thoughts. Those two tracks are the sum and substance of the first Chas Jankel elpee, the remaining instrumentals seemingly written quickly to fill in the space around them. In its defense, “Ai No Corrida” is a really, really great track that atones for an awful lot, and the instrumental “Peace, At Last” manages to achieve what so many Anthony Phillips albums failed to do: make a cheap piano recording sound pretty. Whether this begs for an encore, no, not unless Jankel has another corrida up his sleeve. For fans of Ian Dury & The Blockheads, this scattershot look at a restless talent is likely to raise more questions than it answers. Is Jankel a closet discophile? Does he have an album of ambient instrumental music in him? Maybe a smooth jazz record itching to get out? Chas Jankel the Album is an enigmatic entry from a peculiar talent in a very peculiar band. Since that band was the recipient of Jankel’s better bits, you may want to exhaust that avenue before going down this alley. Just remember to strap yourself in for that first track if you do; it’s a doozy. 


    01 ai no corrida.mp3
    02 peace, at last.mp3
    03 just a thought.mp3
    04 lenta latina.mp3
    05 & 06 fuse-am i honest with myself.mp3
    07 reverie.mp3


    CHAS JANKEL -- vocals, keyboards, guitars, synthesizers & percussion
    MARK ISHAM -- trumpets, soprano sax & synthesizers, co-producer
    PETE VAN-HOOKE -- drums & percussion, co-producer
    CHRIS WARWICK -- synthesizer programming & percussion, co-producer
    Kuma Harada -- bass (3,4)
    Chris Hunter -- alto & tenor saxophones
    Philip Bagenal -- engineer
    Paul Westwood -- bass solo (1)
    Mick Glossop -- engineer (1)
    Steve Prestage -- engineer (1)
    Chris Jenkins -- engineer (1)
    Marlis Duncklau, Nick Launay, George Chambers, Phil Vinall -- tape operators (1)
    Michael Ross -- art direction
    Simon Ryan -- design
    Mike Putland -- back cover photography

    My Vinyl Attic - The Shakin' Pyramids - Celts & Cobras (1982)


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    The vinyl was in terrific shape.  Good sound.  The music is better than I thought.  I always thought these guys were a rockabilly act but that's only a portion of their musical bag of tricks.


    01 pharaoh's chant.mp3
    02 like me with no-one.mp3
    03 pretty neat come on.mp3
    04 just a momory (elvis costello).mp3
    05 plainsailin'.mp3
    06 sugar bee (eddie shuler).mp3
    07 quit and split.mp3
    08 it hurts to be in love.mp3
    09 just rockin' .mp3
    11 ferocious.mp3
    12 who cares.mp3


    My Vinyl Attic - Los Brasilios - Brasilian Beat '67 (1967)


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    This was obviously a cheap rip-off album put out to capitalize on a certain other band that came out in '66.  That being said, the vinyl is in quite good shape.  It cleaned up very nicely and sounds great out of the speakers.  The music is light Brazilian music with a few "Hits" thrown into the mix.

    01 carol's theme.mp3
    02 what a difference a day made.mp3
    03 no love, but your love.mp3
    04 amorio ambiguo.mp3
    05 nightingale.mp3
    06 BRASILIAN BEAT (TIJUANA COUNTRY).mp3
    07 poinciana.mp3
    08 noche d'amor.mp3
    09 no te esconde.mp3
    10 ritmo e'amor.mp3 

    Sunday, November 4, 2012

    My Vinyl Attic - Dick Powell - The Wonderful Teens (1961)


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    This vinyl was not in good shape.  The de-clicker did a magnificent job but there are a few imperfections here and there.  There is also a skip in the first track.  Not massive, but I'm psychotic about how things sound.  There could be a few pops and clicks that I haven't picked up on, I don't listen to every second of every album when I'm preparing them.  The content is cute.


    01 phonograph fever - orchestra and singers.mp3
    02 the sheik - the roaring seven.mp3
    03 the charleston - the roaring seven.mp3
    04 if you knew susie - the collegiates.mp3
    05 baby face - linda wells.mp3
    06 that certain party - linda wells.mp3
    07 the varsity drag - the collegiates.mp3
    08 diane - bob grabeau.mp3
    09 the wonderful teens - dick powell.mp3


    My Vinyl Attic - Myles and Lenny - Myles and Lenny (1974)


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    The vinyl was in great shape, except for track six.  The record had that annoying quick slide into the first few notes of the song.  Usually, after a few tries, you can get it to behave but not on this record.  I had to fine another source.  The music on this album is terrific.  Some great songs, plus their two hits in Canada.


    01 can you give it all to me.mp3
    02 you let me down.mp3
    03 don't come crying to me.mp3
    04 easy to love.mp3
    05 in the sky.mp3
    06 thingy's breakdown.mp3
    07 take me back.mp3
    08 louisiana.mp3
    09 never had time.mp3
    10 hold on lovers.mp3
    11 colours.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Louis Nye - Here's Nye in Your Eye (1961)


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    The vinyl sounds great.  In spoken word, you can hear the clicks but my declicker seems to have worked a treat.  A small bit of trivia, I worked with one of the writers (Arne Sultan) on a show called Check It Out, back in the 80's.

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    “Here’s Nye In Your Eye”
    1961 Mercury

    You know you’ve seen his face somewhere. Probably on “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Or no wait, wasn’t he on “Laverne & Shirley?” Maybe it was “The Love Boat?”

    Actually, all of the above would be correct and there’s literally hundreds of other Louis Nye television appearances starting with the Steve Allen TV program in 1960 and Louis’ busy career continued up until his death at age 92 in 2005.

    Notable Louis (pronounced Louie) Nye guest star moments include “The Beverly Hillbillies,” “Love, American Style,” “The Cannonball Run,” Steve Martin’s famous NBC TV specials from back in the day and he was even on The Mike Douglas Show with John & Yoko.

    This MONO LP from 1961 showcases his talents as a multi-voiced character actor with bits that he helped write with the great team of Arne Sultan & Marvin Worth (and Louis’ pianist wife Anita).

    I remember seeing him around Hollywood through the years, here and there, like at the post office on Cherokee and a few times at rock & roll Ralph’s. I remember him always being “on” with me once in the checkout line sharing a funny one-liner about my grocery choices or a friendly joke about how the post office could use some more help. Who is this old joker and why am I laughing? I knew I’d seen his face somewhere.

    01 hipster at the bank
    02 emotional newscaster
    03 army sergeant
    04 meeting on madison avenue
    05 the choreographer
    06 munich music lesson

    My Vinyl Attic - Larry Norman - In Another Land (1976)

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    The vinyl sounds good.  The tracks were somewhat hard to divide up, so in several cases I left them sewn together rather than try to break up tracks that bled together.  The music isn't really my cut of tea but for Christian rock, it's okay and not too overbearingly religious.


    01 the rock that doesn't roll.mp3
    02 i love you.mp3
    03 & 4 UFO-I've searched all around.mp3
    05 righteous rocker no 3.mp3
    06 0&7 deja vu - i am a servent.mp3
    08 the sun began to rain.mp3
    09 shot down.mp3
    10 six sixty six.mp3
    11 diamonds.mp3
    12 & 13 - on way - song for a small circle of friends.mp3
    14 hym to the last generation.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Jack Nitzsche - St. Giles Cripplegate (1972)


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    The vinyl seems to be in very good shape.  I don't hear any distortion on the orchestral bursts.  I've put a write up below from All Music Guide.  It's a little hard to describe.



    Rock arranger/composer Jack Nitzsche won a lot of love at Warner Reprise for his outstanding work handling the orchestral duties for Neil Young's albums, and the 1972 album Harvest was a blockbuster in its time. On the strength of an extra, original Nitzsche piece recorded during the sessions for Harvest -- the one imaginatively titled "#1" here -- Reprise gave Nitzsche the go ahead to record an all-orchestral album, which resulted in St. Giles Cripplegate, a project that takes its name after the London church in which it was recorded. Circulated in no more than 2,000 copies initially, St. Giles Cripplegate has long been unavailable, and this Collector's Choice Music issue appears to be its first release on CD. The six pieces here represent the most ambitious statement Nitzsche made as a serious composer apart from his work as an arranger and film composer, and one wishes it were a little better than it is. It is strong on harmonic movement and orchestral timbres, yet weak on thematic ideas that might have carried it along more efficiently; it is rather like film music, which is where Nitzsche ultimately applied the fruits of this experience, as with St. Giles Cripplegate he essentially burned his bridges with the suits at Reprise. It was also done so quickly -- mere weeks passed between Mo Ostin approving the project and its failed release -- a little more time taken polishing the scores and tweaking the London Symphony Orchestra's performance, which is uncharacteristically sloppy at times, may have resulted in something with more depth to it than this. While Nitzsche did later earn an Oscar and a Golden Globe for his film-scoring work, the sort of opportunity offered by St. Giles Cripplegate never came his way again, and that is a pity as he genuinely had some potential in classical music.
    Nevertheless, St. Giles Cripplegate does fit into a certain subtext of pop-informed classical music dating from this time -- John Cale recorded his The Academy in Peril, also for Reprise, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra that same year, and Rod McKuen had been releasing his semi-serious orchestral efforts on Warner albums for years prior to that. Therefore, Nitzsche's effort is not wholly isolated and it is valuable to have it available at last. Unfortunately, the sound on the Collector's Choice Music disc is not that good; it is very quiet and seems to have been mastered by someone with no understanding of how an orchestral recording needs to sound, as it is very flat and undynamic. It has good liner notes by AMG contributor Richie Unterberger, though, and if one desires to add St. Giles Cripplegate to his/her library, don't wait for the super audio CD or some other high-end incarnation of it on silver disc -- this will probably be the one and only re-release it will ever know.



    01 no 6.mp3
    02 no 4.mp3
    03 no 2.mp3
    04 no 3.mp3
    05 no 1.mp3
    06 no 5.mp3

    My Vinyl Attic - Flint - Flint (1978)

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    The vinyl is terrific.  The sounds is really good on this.  The music is a little too funky for my tastes but there's a definite Grand Funk feel to quite a bit of this.


    01 back in my arms.mp3
    02 you got it all wrong.mp3
    03 too soon to tell.mp3
    04 love me like you used to.mp3
    05 for your love.mp3
    06 keep me warm.mp3
    07 one of me.mp3
    08 better you than me.mp3
    09 rainbow.mp3
    10 you'll never be the same.mp3


    My Vinyl Attic - Freedom - Freedom (1970)


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    The vinyl is in pretty good shape and de-clicked nicely.  The album is not bad.  Basic last 60's/early 70's power trio type stuff.


    1. Nobody
    2. In Search Of Something
    3. Dusty Track
    4. Man Made Laws
    Side 2:
    1. No Chance To Score
    2. Pretty Woman
    3. Freedom
    4. Dirty Water

    My Vinly Attic - Rhonda Fleming - Rhonda (1958)


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    The vinyl here was not as good as it looked.  That said, it has cleaned up very well.  Alas, there is a minor skip in Then I'll Be Tired of You - but considering how iffy it was to begin with, the results have been very pleasing.  Rhonda has a very nice voice and I quite liked the album.


    01 don't take your love from me.mp3
    02 around the world in eighty days.mp3
    03 love me or leave me.mp3
    04 the end of a love affair.mp3
    05 under paris skies.mp3
    06 baby, baby all the time.mp3
    07 with the wind and the rain in your hair.mp3
    08 when i fall in love.mp3
    09 i've got you under my skin.mp3
    10 then i'll be tired of you.mp3
    11 love.mp3
    12 they can't take that away from me.mp3