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I hope this recording makes lots of money, so we can see this band in the U.S. again.
Best of all, the lucidity and flash of all that technique doesn't stand alone, but infuses the music with a searching expression and beautiful sense of style.
The classical setting further enhances the rich harmonies and colorful textures Oregon has displayed in their music for so many years.
Beautiful music. What a band. Pure and genuine music. We need more !Published 3 months ago by Dust Roger
If you are a fan of Oregon this is a must.
If your a fan of beautiful melodies, improvisation and harmony this recording is a must.
This is how Oregon should be heard. A favorite group for many years, this production is simply stellar in scope and sound, far exceeding my expectation. Read morePublished on April 23, 2012 by Jonathan R. Conrad
If I did not have a Russian girlfriend, I would never have picked up this 2 disk set. I have been a fan of Oregon for 30 years and believe that many of their compositions,... Read morePublished on November 30, 2009 by Ken Kingery
About three or four years ago, when I was trying to update my cd collection of Oregon, (my record albums were long gone), I noticed that several of the reviews for "Oregon in... Read morePublished on June 2, 2006 by Doc Holliday
yes, i agree that this music is wonderful.
now, put it on some really nice speakers, or really nice headphones, and listen to the amazing sound.
Astounding. Read more
I purchased this album because of Paul McCandless. In my view he substantially enriches the music of Bela Fleck, so I expected that he would do as much for Oregon. Read morePublished on July 24, 2001 by Chris Campbell
Apart from the fact that for a full-price double-CD this is a bit on the short side (a total of 90 minutes of music), there is little to complain about here. Read morePublished on May 8, 2001 by C. H Smith
I've been a huge Oregon fan since 1972, when the utterly original strains of Distant Hills opened a new window in my prog-rock world. Read morePublished on November 10, 2000 by Jamie Conrad