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Fandango (Expanded) Original recording remastered, Extra tracks


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 28 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Rhino-Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000CCD0HG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,113 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8. Heard It On The X
9. Tush (Remastered Album Version)
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By M. Cook on Dec 31 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I didn't realize how much I missed all the songs on this album until I heard them all again. Great!
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Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
This is the Fandango! to own. Smooth & steamy sound. Better than the Rhino expanded CD (which is the best digital) & the older London vinyl I own (which is fine). This new Kevin Gray cut Warner pressing is easily my go-to.
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Format: Audio CD
This album is one of ZZ Top's best!!! The first half is live and the other half is studio!!! Contains the great tracks:Tush,Heard It On The X,Blue Jean Blues,Mellow Down Easy,and Jailhouse Rock!!! A classic album(CD these days)!!! Five stars!!! A+
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By Tnahpellee on Sept. 10 2003
Format: Audio CD
I don't think Fandango is their best album. That said, it is probably their hardest rocking album. 'Nasty dogs adn funky kings', 'Heard it on the X' and 'Tush', how hard ot those three ROCK!!! And then you have one of my favourites, 'Balinese', and two very good songs showing the band to be great musician, 'Mexican Blackbird' and 'Blue Jean Blues' and perhaps the frist two live songs are okay and what a great album!
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Format: Audio CD
"Fandango" is a bit of a missed opportunity in more ways than one.
When it was first released, two years after ZZ Top's big breakthrough album, "Tres Hombres", the band must either not have had enough quality material for a full LP, or they couldn't decide between a live album and a regular studio release.
Thus, "Fandango" is split between three live songs (well, seven, actually, since one is a medley) and six studio cuts. The live portion is so-so, with somewhat mediocre sound, a good "Thunderbird", a pretty good "Jailhouse Rock", and a bland medley of four songs. Too bad, since ZZ Top already had enough excellent material in their catalogue to warrant a full live album.
The studio material is generally good. Vintage ZZ Top, with huge blooze-n-boogie riffs from the great Billy Gibbons, and a truly superb rhythm section.
"Nasty Dogs And Funky Kings" is good without being excactly memorable, "Blue Jean Baby" is an excellent slow blues, and "Balinese" is a sturdy mid-tempo rock number.
The groovy blues shuffle of "Mexican Blackbird", sung by bassist Dusty Hill, is highlighted by some smouldering slide guitar from Gibbons, and it is followed by the hardest rocker on the album, "Heard It On The X". This song is often metioned as one of ZZ Top's greatest. It's not one of my favorites, though...too fast and without feeling or groove, and with a hectic guitar riff and drum figure that becomes annoying after a very short while.
The album does end on a high note, though, with the classic "Tush" which has all the deep-dug groove you could wish for. Classic 70s blues-rock.
All in all, "Fandango" is a good album which could have been great, but the live cuts are a wasted opportunity, and there are only a couple of truly great songs among the studio material (although nothing is actually bad).
It doesn't live up to its predecessor, though.
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Format: Audio CD
you see one side of this album is live and the other isn't
i love the live side - you just have to hear it to believe it.
the ablum cover says it all.
but the studio side is every bit as incredible - heck, it is probably their best studio effort.
absolutely incredible album
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Format: Audio CD
This was a great album and I had to have the cd. Unfortunatly when I recieved the disc and put it in to play, I was dissapointed to hear the studio side had been remixed. A ton of echo had been added. The drums had been remixed and the sound changed. The cymbals were burried in the mix. Small nuances that made the tracks interesting were also lost. The vocals are also covered with reverb. The original tight sound had been replaced with a muddy "hall" type sound. I have returned to listening to my cassette version of this album and feel ripped off by the cd remix. I wish I never bought it.
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By A Customer on Sept. 24 2002
Format: Audio CD
FANDANGO is another great ZZ Top album. The live cuts, except for "Thunderbird", haven't aged well, but the studio tracks, particularly "Balinese" and "Heard It On The X", more than make up for them. Along with the first three albums and TEJAS, get FANDANGO at the same time.
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