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Very good, but not the best
on July 24, 2009
As with many compliations, sometimes you just miss the mark.
The first two albums in this series were wonderful and eclectic. A great mix of country, blues and jazz.
And while Sounds of Wood & Steel 3 follows this same pattern, the choices left me (on a few tracks) flat.
Over all, it's a very good album, but I do find myself looking to fastforward past two or three tracks.
This is a wonderful introduction into several different artists and for that reason alone, makes the album worthy of keeping.
My suggestion: listen to the samples prior to purchasing.