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Audio, Cassette, July 1, 1991
|1. Streets In Paradise|
|2. For Shame Of Doing Wrong|
|3. The Poor Boy Is Taken Away|
|4. Night Comes In|
|5. Jet Plane In A Rocking Chair|
|6. Beat The Retreat|
|7. Hard Luck Stories|
|8. Dimming Of The Day/Dargai|
All of the early Richard and Linda albums are great, but this one is the best.
And although the music is very sad, it's never oppressively so and the variety of styles showcases the Thompson's remarkable versatility.
I know this album, in it's original mix and release, sounded a bit boxy and flat, but this is much, much worse.
I purchased this due to hearing one song on a movie soundtrack - I love that one song - the rest of the CD is monotonous.Published 6 months ago by Yvonne M. Perot
This is such a great album, with some classic and somewhat well known tunes by Richard and Linda Thompson. This is my favorite album by these folks. A Classic!!Published 7 months ago by freddy53
This is a great album, arguably the best R&L Lp. The reissue sounds very good. It' s good to have this available, because American vinyl pressings are scarce and pressed on thin... Read morePublished 7 months ago by omnipop
Enjoy hearing their music style. This is for those of you who like Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span, and others in that genre.Published 8 months ago by B. Ebel
I found Richard Thompson on a radio interview and have been following him ever since. I have several of his single albums and several of those he made with his previous wife. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Marilyn B. Boettger
This album is worth the cost for Linda Thompson's recording of "Dimming of the Day". I was a bit disappointed in Alison Krauss' rendition; I would rate Mary Black's a close second... Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by David Burch
"Pour Down Like Silver" was the third album released for Island Records all within three years, so you could suspect that Richard Thompson was beginning to run dry of new ideas and... Read morePublished on June 14, 2007 by Morten Vindberg
I have to admit to being a huge fan of almost everything I've heard from Richard Thompson. He may have written a bad song or produced a bad album in his long career, but I've... Read morePublished on May 6, 2007 by Malena