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Music : The Climax Blues Band - 25 Years 1968-1993 (1994/2000) Lossless

Artist: The Climax Blues BandTitle: 25 Years 1968-1993Year Of Release: 1994/2000Label: Repertoire RecordsGenre: Blues Rock, Soft RockQuality: FlacsTotal Time: 142:36 MinTotal Size: 949 Mb


Disc: 1
1. Don't Start Me Talking
2. Wee Baby Blues
3. Flight
4. Hey Baby Everything's Gonna Be Alright
5. Louisiana Blues
6. Briefcase
7. That's All
8. Shoot Her If She Runs
9. Rich Man
10. Mole On The Dole
11. Standing By A River
12. Lets Work Together
13. Losing The Humbles
14. Shopping Bag People
15. Running Out of Time
16. Mighty Free

Disc: 2
1. Together And Free
2. Couldn't Get It Right
3. Watcha Feel
4. Like a Movie
5. Children of the Night Time
6. Gotta Have More Love
7. I Love You
8. Cutting Up Rough
9. The Last Chance Saloon
10. Friends in High Places
11. Listen to the Night
12. The Movie Queen
13. California Sunshine
14. Ordinary People
15. Fool For The Bright Lights
16. Don't Start Me Talking
Most casual fans know the Climax Blues Band through "Couldn't Get It Right" and "I Love You," a pair of slick pop and soft rock hits from the late '70s and early '80s. Anyone who heard those two hits probably was puzzled by the "Blues" in the group's name, since they were in no way bluesy. But, as shown by the double-disc, 32-track set 25 Years, they started out as a British blues band in the late '60s. Unfortunately, they just weren't very good, slogging through the same three chords without much inspiration for nearly ten years. That decade is represented on the first disc, and while the group does show signs of improvement over those 16 songs, the music is still unbelievably dull (and, in the case of "Shoot Her If She Runs," offensive). By the late '70s, the band was in desperate need of a hit, so they changed their tune, incorporating pop, disco, and soft rock. "Couldn't Get It Right" was an excellent song, far catchier than any of their early blues tunes, and it deservedly became a Top Ten hit. The group subsequently tried to replicate its success, but they couldn't get it right until 1981, when the appealingly schmaltzy "I Love You" almost went Top Ten. Afterward, they played soft rock until they broke down and returned to the blues, with only a handful of memorable songs along the way. 25 Years is a little tedious to anyone who just wants the hits, but, unfortunately, it's the only readily available compilation from the group. It will suit anyone who really wants to dig into the Climax Blues Band, since it accurately sketches the progression of their career, but it doesn't have enough good music to warrant such an extensive compilation.

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