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Rites of Passage Import

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The Co-Founder of Supertramp Live in Concert. Eight Year 2000 Songs and Four Versions of Supertramp Classics.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 1, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Unichord [Vcp]
  • ASIN: B000001HSE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,793 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Alan Caylow on November 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After taking several years off from the music business, former Supertramp singer Roger Hodgson got back into the saddle with 1997's "Rites Of Passage," a live album recorded near Hodgson's home of Nevada City, California, featuring 8 new, previously unheard songs, plus a few Supertramp hits and a couple of other songs contributed by Hodgson's band members (including his very talented son Andrew Hodgson, who plays drums for most of the album). "Rites Of Passage" isn't really a "proper" new album from Hodgson, but it's a very excellent live performance, and the new songs are great, including the catchy "Every Trick In The Book," the punchy "Showdown" (which Hodgson would later record for his 2000 album "Open The Door"), the beautiful "Don't You Want To Get High," and the magical, majestic "Time Waits For No One." Supertramp faves "Take The Long Way Home," "The Logical Song," and "Give A Little Bit" are all given superb treatments (featuring 'Tramp sax man John Helliwell), and there's also a terrific moment as Hodgson steps aside and lets his son Andrew take a solo spotlight at the piano & microphone with his very lovely song, "Melancholic." For any diehard fan of Roger Hodgson and Supertramp, "Rites Of Passage" is a major treat.
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I have already talked to you about the ability of Roger Hodgson to recreate the fascinating old moods by Supertramp, live on stage (listen to his new tracks "Time waits for no one" and "Every trick in the book"), but also during the reprisal of classics by his former famous band, when He recaptures so well such pretty musical atmosphere!! (see also my review of his CD SINGLE"Open the door", where I have described my sensations during a live performance that I saw in Milan-Italy 1 year ago).
Well Roger is the sound of Supertramp and the true Supertramp don't exist without him!!
Recommended for the lovers of tasteful, dynamic and aggressive pop!!
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Roger Hodgson, family and friends put on a show for his hometown. Along with his son, Andrew, John Helliwell and others, Hodgson played songs from his past with Supertramp and his solo career. A good time was had by all and this is an album all his fans will enjoy.
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Just like Roger Waters can't escape Pink Floyd, Roger Hodgson can't escape Supertramp, and this album is his attempt to deal with his Supertramp past versus his solo future...the only problem is that he didn't include more of his post-Supertramp solo songs, but it's still a very good live album.
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By A Customer on August 16, 1999
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After waiting so long for Roger to put something out, this has to be classified as a disappointment. With the exception of "Don't you wanna get High", there is nothing here to get the old supertramp juices flowing again (or his 1st solo, ITEOTS). Roger seems to work best in the studio, lets hope he gets back there soon!
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If you are a Supertramp fan, if you are not, you must absolutely get this CD! It is wonderful and touching since his son also plays with him on this aslbum. This is a live album that Roger's wife made him do and he does some of his old Supertramp music as well.
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I was so bummed when I realized that this was just a live version of other old rehashed songs (including a couple from Supertramp). I guess I didn't review the contents very well. Like Hodgsoin and Supertramp and will probably buy more if it becomes available, but no more live albums. This is a studio band.
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By A Customer on August 30, 1999
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What's wrong with you people? This is a GREAT CD! Great sound and classic Roger voice!I love the Solo-tramp tour and cd! I'm just glad Roger is still playing, after breaking both of his wrists! Whoever, doesn't like this cd, ...GET A LIFE!
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