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  • Audio CD (6. Mai 2016)
  • Limited Edition Edition
  • Erscheinungsdatum: 31. März 2006
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Repertoire Records (H'ART)
  • ASIN: B000CSUM94
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Disk: 1

  1. Burlesque
  2. Bolero babe
  3. Coronation
  4. Dark Eyes
  5. Broken Nose
  6. My friend the sun
  7. Glove
  8. Ready to go
  9. Top of the hill
  10. The Rockin' R's (Single B-Side)
  11. No mule's fool (Live)
  12. Good news - bad news (Live)
  13. The Weaver's answer (Live)


(2006/REP) 13 tracks 1972/2004 - digipac

Medium 1
Bolero Babe
Dark Eyes
Broken Nose
My Friend The Sun
Ready To Go
Top Of The Hill
The Rockin' R's (single B-Side)
No Mules Fool (live)
Good News - Bad News (live)
The Weaver's Answer (live)

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Die Scheibe ist von 1972. Musikalisch strukturiert in Richtung Bluesrock, garniert mit Moog, Querflöte und Streichern. Wunderbare zeitlose Balladen runden den Stil ab. Es bleibt ein wenig Wehmut nach all den Jahren. Doch hat die Platte das Potenzial zum Evergreen, auch wenn man es hier nicht glauben will, will ich es doch nochmal gesagt haben.
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Bandstand von Family hatte ich früher schon als LP, habe mich sehr gefreut die Stimme von Roger Chapman wieder zu hören.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Terrific album from Family in limited edition deluxe packaging. 24. April 2007
Von Wayne Klein - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First if you're looking at buying this you're probably going for the collectable packaging. This duplicates the original packaging for the original LP release (look carefully--if it doesn't say that this is the it's a limited edition and put out by Repertoire, then this review has been combined with ANOTHER review of the same title put out by a different company. The audio on the Repertoire release sounds slightly better than the release by some of the other labels (the exception would be the Castle release)but it appears that No Noise has been used on almost all of these releases. Does it sound different enough to pay the extra money? In my opinion yes but I'm also getting this for the replica of the original packaging. If you're looking to spend less money I would pick up the Castle release if you can find it. Family wasn't well known for writing hook-based rock music but Bandstand is probably one of the best albums in their discography. The band's bluesy sound is mixed well with experimental touches such as the use of sythesizer, strings, horns and John Wetton on electric violin on "Bolero". The opening cut "Burlesque" has a wicked, nasty flavor to its crunchy guitar riffs and the lyrics making it unlike alot of what this band recorded. "Coronation" and "Dark Eyes" are two of the best late period ballads the band recorded and it's clear listening to this song why Elton John picked them to open for him at one point--his music from "Tumbleweed Connection" through "Honkey Chateau" would have fit in quite well with the music heard here. "Dark Eyes" with terrific layered vocals and John Whitney's guitar picking is truly a highlight of the album. "Broken Nose" is more typical Family fair crossed with boogie rock. "My Friend the Sun" with its acoustic guitar playing and Roger Chapman's sensitive vocals is one of my favorite tracks on this underrated album. "Glove" opens with Wetton's bass gradually joined by other instruments and Chapman's vocals building slowly with some tasty organ that wouldn't have made this out of place on a Traffic album. "Ready to Go" and "Top of the Hill" close out the album with a subtle jazzy vibe on the former and a relaxed string drenched melody on the latter. The original album is packed with some nice bonus live tracks. "The Rockin' R's" was a b-side for a single and is easily as good as anything on the album. "No Mule's Fool", "Good News-Bad News" and "The Weaver's Answer" are all live recordings of varying quality and suffer from the usual limitations of bootlegs/cassette recordings at the time. "No Mule's Fool" sounds the best of the lot with the instruments and vocals coming through very clearly. Although Family recorded one final album after this ("It's Only A Movie"), that release doesn't quite hold up as well when compared to this album or "Fearless" in my opinion but even their final album shows that the band wasn't willing to call it a day with a substandard effort. Recommended.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This CD was among the Best Offerings of the Time and should have made Family Super-Stars 3. Juni 2015
Von Brian C. Carrick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The followup to Family's "Fearless" was as good as its predecessor and showed that the band was in continual development mode. With the addition of John "Poli" Palmer (vibes, vocals, and other instruments) and John Wetton on bass and vocals, the band was up there with the best. Roger Chapman's vocal abilities won me over from the start while the rest of the band--Charlie Whitney (guitars, vocals) and Rob Townsend (drums and percussion)--were the frosting and the icing on the Family cake. I do not discuss song-by-song as do most every other reviewer instead wishing to elucidate on the overall thematic sound and the interweaving of the tunes among one another. This is a great CD that leaves a lifelong impression upon the listener, which is why I heartily celebrate and recommend it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Happy Discovery. 24. Mai 2010
Von OLD GUY. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very worthwhile album. Bubbles up into the top quarter of my regular listening. Family was for me a happy discovery after having gulped down most of what the Industry Empire told me was relevant. Fine musicianship, wonderful tunes--they actually reached a high level of quality in a time where many were being over-rewarded for much less. They were also legitimate practitioners of unrepentant creativity and I assume, partying. So, ultimately they may have missed their own boat.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 4. November 2015
Von Brad - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Not Well Known Favorite 7. April 2013
Von avangyar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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When I was in junior high school, my father bought me this because I had a new 8 track player and he found this as an 8 track. I liked it almost immediately, but I've never met anyone who has heard it.
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