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There are many treasures on this album and then there is the incomporable Beeswing......... buy & enjoy.
His lyrics demonstrate his intelligence and humor, and his music demonstrates his skill as a guitarist and his talents as a composer.
"Mr Rebound" and "Fully Qualified to Be Your Man" were unavailable on CD prior to "Action Packed" and were recorded for "Mock Tudor."
a great taster for my daughter to see what RT is all aboutPublished 1 month ago by Denver B. Cornett
I have always been somewhat ambivalent about Richard Thompson. But then I happened to see him performing Woodstock on a Joni Mitchell tribute and I decided to try again. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ken Handel
In 1988, Capitol took a roll of the dice and signed Richard Thompson to an American record deal. Thompson had several brushes with success, and had skipped across several smaller... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tim Brough
Incredible player. Awesome storyteller. Brilliant writing and singing. If 52 Vincent weren't enough, you have Bees Wings as well!!
This is a greatest hits album from one of the best music makers and guitarist of my lifetime. Having followed him since Fairport Convention, he always is evolving and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by ram
but it is for me. Great guitarist (I can only dream to be 1/4 as good)unique song-writer and singer, a true original. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I gave this 2 stars because my computer won't play samples and I purchased the CD only on reviews. If I had listened to the CD I would of moved on to real talent! Read morePublished on November 23, 2009 by G. Luker
this guy was actually my second concert ever (the first was The Melvins). the collection is nearly flawless and to really appreciate RT you need to see him live and get into his... Read morePublished on October 14, 2007 by Joseph Broze