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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Bilingual)
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Bilingual)
DVD ~ Milla Jovovich
Price: CDN$ 19.88
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4.0 out of 5 stars NOT the Final Chapter...you were thinking otherwise?, May 20 2017
Resident Evil:The Final Chapter(released Dec/16)stars,among others,Milla Jovovich,Ali Larter,Shawn Roberts,and Ruby Rose.Don't go by the title, because there is lots more ahead for Alice and the RE franchise.This one brings it all full circle though, with impressive S/FX and action.
We last saw Alice,Wesker and friends on the roof of the White House being attacked by mutated creatures on the ground and in the air.This film starts off in the rubble of where the last one left off.While searching for survivors the red queen appears telling Alice there is an airborne anti-virus available in the Hive.However if she doesn't reach it in under 48 hours the T-virus will have covered the entire Earth,and the Umbrella Corp.will have won.
The race is on.Along the way she must battle thieves and Umbrella Corp. troops who are leading a massive horde of infected toward Raccoon City.In a stand off against the troops she reunites with her old friend Claire.The battle turns into a stall tactic,more or less,and the few survivors from that penetrate the Hive.Of course Wesker is there along with Isaacs and they don't let their party get crashed none to easily.When Alice finally reaches Isaacs she also meets with the woman she and the red queen were patterned after;Alicia Marcus.She is now old but she tells Alice what she must do,and that is to destroy the Hive an release the T-virus.She does both and afterwards the now dead Alicia uploads all of her childhood memories to Alice.As the film ends Alice makes her way to Manhattan telling us the anti virus is airborne and will take years to reach all corners of the globe.The mission continues.
The acting is top notch all the way, as Jovovich continues her wonderful role as Alice.The stunts and S/Fx are also above and beyond and the story itself brings us full circle in the RE saga.However I found the deception in the title just a little bothersome.They had to lower themselves that much in order to grab not only the loyal fans but others also? This COULD be the final installment,but trust no one in Hollywood where money talks louder than words.
Technically speaking the film is in its w/s a/r of 2:40:1 and is clear and crisp.There are a couple of featurettes.One of them talks of RE being the longest running action movie propelled by a leading female actor.That is true, but isn't this discussion of whether it is a woman or a man in the lead role now a moot point? When are we going to get over the man vs woman thing? The fact is Jovovich made this role her own from the start and the franchise has never looked back,so what's to debate or point out like a flashing neon sign?.....nothing.
All in all yet another pleasing chapter in the RE franchise.The action and thrills are all taken to another level.This time around the story arc comes full circle and a lot of questions finally get answered.4-4 1/2 stars.


Krampus
Krampus
DVD ~ Adam Scott
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2.0 out of 5 stars A real stinker of a sinker!, May 17 2017
This review is from: Krampus (DVD)
Krampus(released Nov./15)stars,among others,Toni Collette,David Koechner,Allison Tolman and Adam Scott.It starts out nicely, but soon devolves into a cliche' ridden monster with terribly cheap S/FX,in the form of the Krampus and his crew.
The film starts with Collette and Scott as the heads of the household who are having Xmas at their place.They live with Dad's German born mother,and have two kids,one pre-teen boy and his teen sister.Their son writes a letter to Santa but doesn't mail it.When Mom's sister and her hubby and brood of kids show up with their obnoxious Aunt, all hell breaks loose later at the diner table.Two of their girls have gotten a hold of the son's unposted letter and read it aloud.The son and sisters get into a scuffle, with the son retreating to his room.He rips up the letter and tosses it out his window,which rises mysteriously into the air.
Shortly after the power goes out in the entire neighbourhood.With no power and a wicked storm whirling outside, the family hunkers down to weather the storm.The host familie's daughter decides,and gets permission to,go see if her boyfriend is alright, as she can't raise him on her phone.Outside the storm is fierce and after a short while the sky darkens even more.She sees some entity atop a roof top and runs back towards home.While hiding under an abandoned truck she is abducted by...something.
Back home the Dad's decide to brave the elements and try to find the missing daughter.They have no luck and become besieged by some entity who almost gets the visiting brother in law.They hobble back home and tend his wounds.Later the old woman decides to tell a story of when she was a child and the town she lived in forgot the meaning of Xmas.That year her family was abducted by Krampus,who is an anti-St.Nicholaus who comes to punish and take those who have lost the Xmas spirit.Though initially poo-pooed,the entire family soon comes under siege as the two visiting sisters get taken, and a reconnoiter of the attic results in an all out assault.Back down stairs,while sleeping,one boy is lured to the fireplace by a ginger bread man attached to a chain.This quickly swirls about him and pulls him up the chimney.Collette awakens in time to try and pull him down ,and she herself is almost pulled all the way up the chimney until her hubby intervenes to prevent it.It is not long now until the entities outside start invading the family inside, and before long all are gone,except the young man who wrote the torn up letter.He ends up confronting Krampus and his crew near an opened portal ,presumably to Hell, in the ground.It's all to no avail as Krampus throws him into the hole also.
Next thing he knows he is waking up in bed Xmas morning and falls out of it.He goes downstairs to see everything,including his family,back to normal.His wish to have a Xmas the way it used to be,seems to have come true after all.As they sit opening presents the boy gets an old bell,just as his grand mother had when her family was taken.Suddenly the memories of what happened the days leading up to that time come flooding into everyone's minds.The camera pulls back to reveal the house to be in a snow globe.Farther back still it sits among countless other snow globes.
The film moves along quite well for about the first 40 minutes,until the two Dad's come back from being attacked outside.Then it falls into those cliched moments where folks start getting abducted and attacked when they shouldn't be,except for their own stupidity.Then comes our first looks at the monsters themselves.The attack in the attic with a big jack in the box,the screwy looking angel,then one by a sharp toothed bear are just too far fetched and phony looking to be believed.Then there are the ginger bread men in the kitchen with the nail gun.C'mon.Krampus himself,who looks like a decrepit anti-Santa Claus, always has his mouth open.The S/FX department couldn't have at least made a mouth that closed at some point?It made it obvious it was a cheap prop;along with the other mask wearing minions of Krampus's unholy crew,who for all intents and purposes looked like creatures from Labyrinth,but not as well done.When the attic attack comes they(the film makers) lose all believably.And by the time the boy confronts Krampus over the portal to Hell,well,it's all over but the laughter.
Technically speaking the film is in its w/s a/r of 2:40:1 and is clear and crisp.There are a few extras like an alternate ending,a small featurette,a gallery and more.
All in all a movie with potential, that soon implodes in on itself.It's cliched plot(been there,done this sooo many times) and less than effective S/FX(cheap!) doom this sinker stinker to the gloomy depths of Davy Jones locker in short order.A must to avoid.


xXx: Return of Xander Cage (Bilingual)
xXx: Return of Xander Cage (Bilingual)
DVD ~ Vin Diesel
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4.0 out of 5 stars An improvement on the first., May 14 2017
The Return of Xander Cage(released Jan/17) stars,among others,Vin Diesel,Tony Collette,Donnie Yen,Deepika Padukone,Kris Wu,Ariadna Gutiérrez,Samuel Jackson and Ruby Rose.This newest in the Cage franchise does what the first one failed to do,and wins all around.
The story finds the world being threatened with the bringing down of satellites,courtesy of a little device called Pandora's Box.The film begins with Jackson,the head of the triple X program, being snuffed out by a downed satellite.Then we are privy to a high level security meeting being interrupted by a fast moving and precise trio,who manage to abscond with the box.Cage is brought in to retrieve said box and save the world.Instead of a ready made team of top soldiers,he enlists the help of a known quantity, to band together a group he can trust.
He heads to the Philippines to track down the thief who took the box.However it soon becomes apparent this guy and his associates also worked at one time for the triple X project.And farther along still Cage,his team and the the "bad" guys start working together as it is the Government agency that hired him that is the real threat.They track Pandora to Detroit where Cage and the head of the other group get captured and taken aboard a transport plane.They shoot Cage but of course the vest he wears saves his hide.A struggle ensues with Cage taking over the plane to crash it into the incoming satellite and escape to Earth unharmed.
At Jackson's funeral who should show up, but Jackson himself....still alive and giving Cage his job,life and kick ass style back to him.
This film,though cliched(the verbal banter,the corrupt government agency and official,the bullet proof vest,Pandora's Box,et al),it still is packaged just differently enough to give one a lot of kick ass moments.The stunts are spectacular, as are Donnie Yen's martial arts moves.This film has what the first one didn't,and that was solid action along with a decent and well paced plot.Vin Diesel fits right back into his character like a hand to a glove.In fact I think his character is more fully formed and fleshed out this time around.
Technically speaking the film is in its w/s a/r of 2:35:1 and is clear and crisp.There are no extras...surprise!
In conclusion,the film brings in a lot of new and fresh talent to spruce up the second go 'round of Xander Cage, and it all comes out in winning style.Yen's moves are particularly good and the scene of the plane smashing into an incoming satellite and Vin Diesel's subsequent escape have to be seen to be believed.Four stars.


They Live
They Live
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1.0 out of 5 stars Buy the older previously released editions., May 7 2017
This review is from: They Live (DVD)
There are two minutes shaved off this version of the film.This comes in at around 93 minutes, while the previous versions came in at around 95 minutes.The film itself is top notch, but who needs a shorter version,no matter what extras they are throwing our way? Not me.


Army of One DVD
Army of One DVD
DVD ~ Nicolas Cage
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3.0 out of 5 stars Quirky film made better by Nick Cage., May 7 2017
This review is from: Army of One DVD (DVD)
Army of One(released Nov/16)stars,among others,Nicolas Cage, Wendi McLendon-Covey,Russell Brand and Will Sasso.The entire saving grace of this film is Cage's performance as the central character.
The film sees Cage as Gary Faulkner(true story) out of Colorado.He's a colourful man who undergoes regular dialyses treatments, with a tendency for diarrhea of the mouth and acting on his"visions".One particular day he believes he gets the"word' from God himself(Brand)to set off and capture the(then)world's most wanted man,Osama Bin Laden.He knows where he has to go but doesn't know exactly how he should be going about it.Well,he finally makes it to Pakistan, and while there becomes the proverbial bull in a china shop.With a little direction from God he finally gets close,but never quite makes it...except in his dreams.The CIA actually stops him and sends him back home.
Back in Colorado he returns to his lady love and her daughter, who has cerebral palsy.Suddenly it is announced that Bin Laden has been killed and buried at sea.Again,with a little hint from God,Cage believes it's a cover up and decides to return to Pakistan,much to the chagrin of his lady.However this time he doesn't go through with it ,and returns home to live the domestic life.This time the press has got wind of his story and he becomes a mini celebrity.
Cage's performance,though quirky,was good.He embellishes Faulkner with a voice with a higher register, which adds to his depth.Where the movie fails is his arrival in Pakistan.In Colorado the film is played on a more intimate pallet.There(Pakistan) it becomes much broader and we lose that intimacy in the crowds,and it only is able to shine through in little funny vignettes.Unfortunately by the time he gets back home for good there is not much left of the film and so one can't get back into Cage's performance before it ends.Cage is well backed up by all his co stars.Including Will Sasso,who being from Canada,can't read Canadian......watch the featurette to find out more.
Technically speaking the film is clear and crisp and is in its w/s a/r of 2:35>1.The only extra is a featurette.
All in all the film kicks off well and one gets into Cage's performance quite quickly.However it loses steam when his character arrives at his destination and cannot regain that interest enough before it all ends.Based on a true story.3 3 1/2 stars.


Starfish on the Beach
Starfish on the Beach
Offered by Rarewaves-US
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Canadian icon finally gets his musical due!, March 29 2017
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This review is from: Starfish on the Beach (Audio CD)
There's no denying the talent of one Mr.T.Jacks.He is now,if he doesn't realize it,a Canadian cultural icon.This is a man who has been as meticulous recording in the studio, as he has been on the other side of the glass.
I had a brief moment of"contact" with Mr.Jacks way back in the late 80s.I was a member of the (now defunct)Buddy Holly Appreciation Society and was doing an article on Mr.Jacks interest in Holly.Since I didn't live out west and didn't have a phone number(not that I would have had the nerve any ways),I mailed him a letter,not knowing if he'd even respond; but he did.In fact he was nice enough to even phone me in Toronto(where I lived at the time), but I was out interviewing a lady who had seen Buddy Holly at a concert in the late 50sand who still had the program and Holly's autograph.I recall two things I got out of that "interview".One:Mr.Jacks acrimonious relationship/feelings re his ex( I DO hope he has gotten over that), and two:his love of music and especially Buddy Holly.The article I did contained all of the latter and none of the former(just so you know).I will always remember the class he showed by answering my letter and going the extra mile by trying to get me by phone.
By way of extrapolation, I also sensed amongst everything else that he was a passionate man, and that has certainly carried him over the years into his calling on the environmental front.There is a roughly 32 page booklet included with this two CD set and you will also find out he is releasing a new album"Fishers of Men".Seems Mr.Jacks has found God...and that statement carries no facetiousness in it at all.My only question is:"What took you so long?".
As far as the music goes,well it speaks for itself.All his hits and then some are included.It's light on the Poppy Family, but this is after all focusing more on Mr.Jack's solo output.One song I am delighted to see included is"Until you're Down".In my letter way back when to Mr.Jacks I told him that was one song that I loved.I really dug the mood it created.
The only downers to this whole package? First off is the packaging.It may be environmentally friendly but it sucks as a decent holder of CDs.It's one of those cardboard fold out thingy's, with a center piece and two wings.The CDs sit inside the center and right wing.In order to safely get them out, I found the best way is to gently squeeze the sides to coax the CDs out,once you have it on the proper angle.However if you misjudge the squeeze it can tear the cardboard,which has already happened to me.To top this,you must angle the wing or center sections just so,so the other CD doesn't come sliding out on you when you don't want it to.Environmental....environ-schmental....just give us proper frikkin' CD holders.Secondly,is the total lack of recording dates.
All in all,a long awaited release that will have Terry Jacks fans the world over rejoicing.These were,for the most part,created from the master tapes, so the sound is excellent.Mr.Jacks is only one of two performers I know of that own/control their own master tapes.The other is Dave Clark of the Dave Clark Five.Smart move,by a smart and very talented man.


HAVING A WILD WEEKEND (1965)
HAVING A WILD WEEKEND (1965)
Offered by Fulfillment Express CA
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4.0 out of 5 stars The legendary DC5 in their only full length film., March 4 2017
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This review is from: HAVING A WILD WEEKEND (1965) (DVD)
Having a Wild Weekend(released April/65)star,among others,Barbara Ferris and the DC5.This was director John Boorman's first effort and the DC5's first and only full length film appearance.Like their request to do the TV show that the Monkees eventually did,they turned down any such further work, as their schedules were just too grueling.
The story finds the DC5 living together in a loft type flat.They all work as stuntmen, and a few minutes into the film we find them at a meat market filming a commercial;bemoaning the cold and the interminable wait between shots.The star of the commercials is a hand picked lass,played by Ferris.At the end of a particular shot,which calls for Ferris and Clark to drive off in an XKE Jag(love that car!),the two decide to not go back, but head off and just get away from it all.
First it's skin diving in a local pool,then a visit to a hot house.Back at the boys flat,they throw a rave up.By now the two are being tracked by the ad agency,and they have even put a bulletin out that their starlet has been kidnapped by Dave.An ad man comes snooping around, but just misses them as they flee.Next stop is a group of abandoned houses on army property.There they run into a bunch of drugged up transients.While Ferris is curious Dave is impatient and decides to take a stroll.Just then the army comes around on maneuvers.Ferris and Dave manage to escape.Next stop is Bath(the town with the hot springs) where an older married couple offer to shelter them for a while.They are a strange pair who seem to lead separate lives,though married.The wife has designs on Dave while the hubby has the same for Ferris.Ferris and Dave keep their heads up and that night join the pair in a retro party they throw.However,by now the ad agency AND the cops have gotten their trail and they invade the party.Also the rest of the boys have joined their buddy and his girl,and they all are forced to flee into the countryside.
With a stay on a friend of Dave's farm cut short by their pursuers,they are off and running to an island with an old casino on it .This is a place that Ferris has considered buying and re-opening.Along the way it has become apparent Ferris and Dave have had two separate goals in their journey.Dave has wanted to just escape, while Ferris admonishes him for not just enjoying the journey their lark has taken them on.
In the end, the ad agency boss is in the casino waiting for them.We learn this isn't the first time Ferris has "run away".The ad man walks Ferris out to greet a throng of reporters,who steps right back into her "role".Dave on the other hand sees the writing on the wall and joins the rest of the boys as they leave the scene.
I was at the premiere in a local Canadian theatre when this came out.I thought the plot was a bit plodding,but then I was only 12 at the time.I just sat there singing along to the music,much to the chagrin of surrounding theatre patrons! I mean just seeing my musical heroes on the big screen was such a thrill.The music was an amalgam from several albums.The US/Canada albums:Glad All Over/Bits and Pieces,American Tour/A Weekend in London,Coast to Coast/Across Canada and Having a Wild Weekend(same for both countries).Now that I'm a wee bit older I can certainly appreciate the plot a little more than I originally did;and I'm still singing along!
The acting was a bit stiff,sure,but the entire group I thought was featured well.Dave was naturally given more on screen time considering that he was the only one with any experience in that department.And look for a small blooper in the scene in the kitchen as Dave enters.The wife says"Oh,come in David".His on screen name was "Steve".
Technically speaking the film is in its original a/r of 1:85:1.While it does have some artifacts,especially in the opening of the first reel,it is generally clear and crisp.This is a DVD-R made with a blue coating.
All in all a release with a lot of musical history attached.The DC5's only major film.The music is solid,and while the acting by the boys is a little stiff,and the plot somewhat helter skelter,the film is generally satisfying.It is not an Academy Award picture,but it wasn't meant to be.The DC5 ,like a few other English groups of the day,were simply being exploiting to make money.But hey,this kind of thing had been going on at least three decades before this film ever came around.3 1/2 stars.


Unknown Chaplin [Import anglais]
Unknown Chaplin [Import anglais]
Offered by Rarewaves-CA
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must have triple threat from Brownlow and Gill!, March 3 2017
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Though the transfer could have been better,Unknown Chaplin is a must have for all Chaplin fans and fans of the history of cinema.Here is one of the greats, highlighted,and not in the usual documentary way.Kevin Brownlow and David Gill went to absolutely astounding lengths in order to get this three parter made in the first place.In fact it is the subject of the first of the three featurettes on this DVD.The other two concern the making of the Count and Harry Lauder visits Chaplin.Some of this material has since been made available on those wonderful releases in the early 2000s of the entire Chaplin catalogue,post Mutuals....but only some.
Each part has something different and unique to offer the viewer.It is amazing to see how clear these thrown away outtakes and deleted scenes are compared to their surviving counterparts,i.e the entire released films of the Mutual period.What Mutual's that have survived are quite a few generations away from the original negs.The clips in the Unknown Chaplin are right from the camera negs! The other thing is we find out how Chaplin worked;no script and filming his way through,mistakes and all until he got what he wanted for the final cut.He is the only actor I know who ever made films like this.Pickford was the closest to Chaplin salary and fame wise,but she never made a picture at anytime like him.To say he was an "original",is an understatement.
In conclusion this DVD is a must have.It is just a little better than acceptable,picture wise.It is also a steal at this price.I live in North America,but I bought a Universal player just for such an occasion.There are just some things that either are too prohibitively expensive here or are just plain unavailable.It might be worthwhile if you don't have one to finally make the jump.This would sure be an incentive for me.


No Retreat, No Surrender (1986)
No Retreat, No Surrender (1986)
DVD ~ Jean-Claude Van Damme
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3.0 out of 5 stars In experienced actors and a low budget hamper this film, Feb. 25 2017
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No Retreat,No Surrender(released May/86)stars,among others,Kurt McKinney, J.W. Fails and Jean Claude Van Damme.This was Van Damme's third only film,having done two others starting from /79.It was also the one that was just before Bloodsport,which would launch JCVD's career for good.
The story finds McKinney as a Karate student at his father's establishment in L.A.One day a group of thugs who want to take control over all the martial arts schools in L.A.,drop by for a visit.They put the pressure on his dad who caves, by closing the school and moving his family to Seattle(JVCD is one of the visiting thugs- a Russian).In Seattle McKinney establishes a new life,which includes a girlfriend.However an associate at a Karate school he attends muscles in on he and his girl, and ends up humiliating him at a party.He first goes to Bruce Lee's grave(whom he worships)to ask for advice.Then it's off to home where his Dad and he get into an argument ,which leads to his father throwing all his fitness equipment in the garage out into the driveway.He later comes back with a friend to take away his stuff and set it up in a garage in an empty house.He falls asleep and is awakened by Bruce Lee's spirit, who from then on teaches him all he needs to know about Karate.
The film's finale takes place in an arena where the best of the Karate school go up against punks from the gang who put the hustle on McKinney's father in L.A..They are there to win and take control of Karate schools in Seattle.Before the fight commences the gang leader informs to crowd that JCVD alone will take on all three.As predicted he puts a beating on the team.When McKinney's girlfriend comes to the aid of her brother and gets pushed away, McKinney is up and into Jean Claude's face.There are American flags on the walls,and even the ropes are red,white and blue.It's good vs evil.The final bell rings and it's McKinney the victor over the bad Russian.
This is a cheap movie, made with a majority of seemingly cheap/first timer actors.Jean Claude at least gives us a good show as the menacing Red.Other than that it's strictly amateur time from the rest.There are two versions of the film here, and the American one is by far the better cut.The International one is fleshed out too much and makes for slower action.The two swap alternate and cut scenes with the latter coming in a bit longer than the former.Of course this film plays on Rocky Four where Stallone(red,white and blue)takes on Russian Lundgren.This is the only JCVD film that I know of where he,by himself,plays the bad guy.
Technically speaking the films are clear and crisp and in their original a/r of 1:85:1.Extras include commentary on the American version,the International trailer and an interview with McKinney done recently by Kino Lorber.Both first reels are a bit grainy.
All in all a film for JCVD collectors only.I'd like to thank Kino Lober for making it possible.It is of its time and the acting overall is poor,especially evident in the International version.JCVD is only in the film twice;once at the beginning and in the finale.The American version doesn't make it seem so long between appearances,but the other makes it seem like forever.2 1/2 stars.


Yesterday's Gone: Complete Ember & World Artists
Yesterday's Gone: Complete Ember & World Artists
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5.0 out of 5 stars Chad and Jeremy at their best., Feb. 16 2017
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You cannot get a better compilation of Chad and Jeremy at their peak than this two CD set.It contains ALL of their Ember and World Artists output ,in England and the US respectively.
Ahh,the British Invasion.It was an exciting time with lots and lots of groups of every size and look.The British for the most part gave us what we had given them in the 50s and early 60s, and to their credit they had a degree of success no one saw coming.Further to this point,Chad and Jeremy were a duo like Peter and Gorden.;the British equivalent of the Everly Brothers.Unlike the EB's or P&G,they held their vocals in for a softer and more intimate sound,which made them stand out from the rest.They also made prodigious use of strings throughout their stay at Ember.This was due in part to legendary producer John Barry who was better known for his involvement with the early James Bond films.He made the suggestion to the boys to reign in their vocals...and it worked.
They were a talented pair of musicians,and it's unfortunate they didn't have more success.They did have more of a folk bent than P&G,and folk music in general was on the skids everywhere by this time.The fast paced rock n roll the British Groups were giving out with were ruling the roost.However we now have this beautiful compilation so we may go back ,now that the hub bub has died down,so we may listen once again and appreciate exactly what Chad and Jeremy had to offer way back in those halcyon days.The sound is gorgeous and the offerings of their works in glorious mono and stereo is a revelation to behold...audially speaking.This is a must have.


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