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Spooky Two Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (May 16, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Repertoire
  • ASIN: B0009270HU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,728 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Waiting For The Wind
2. Feelin Bad
3. I've Got Enough Heartaches
4. Evil Woman
5. Lost In My Dream
6. That Was Only Yesterday
7. Better By You Better By Me
8. Hangman Hang My Shell On A Tree
9. That Was Only Yesterday (Mono Single Version) (Bonus Track)
10. Oh! Pretty Woman (Bonus Track)
11. Waiting For The Wind (Mono Single Version) (Bonus Track)
12. Feelin Bad (Mono Single Version) (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

Repertoire reissue of the band's 2nd album from 1969. Includes 4 bonus tracks 'That Was Only Yesterday'-monosingle version, 'Oh! Pretty Woman', 'Waiting For The Wind'-mono single version & 'Feelin' Bad'-mono single version. Packaged in a digipak. 2005.

Customer Reviews

Almost wore it out!!!
TallRed
There are a lot of good instrumental jams through out the album and the production is first rate.
Brian D. Rubendall
To this day I think this album is unequalled in the hard rock blues category.
J. Fiet

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Hawley VINE VOICE on June 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In 1969, the British/American band Spooky Tooth released what would become one of the classic rock albums of all time. Featuring vocalist Mike Harrison, keyboardist/vocalist (and American) Gary Wright, guitarist Luther Grosvenor, the late Greg Ridley on bass and Mike Kellie on drums, this second release solidified their reputation as one of the truly unique and innovative groups on the scene. Simply put, there is not one weak moment on this album, and it stands the test of time. While the group took a near-fatal dive with their ill-fated third release, the nearly unlistenable electronic mess titled `Ceremony', `Spooky Two' hit the bulls-eye. With their ominous organ sound, wailing guitar, solid rhythm section and the dual vocal attack of Harrison and Wright, this album remains my single favorite rock album of all time. If I were stuck on the proverbial desert island with ten CDs, this would be number one on the list!

While this album has long been available as a domestic release, the newly released, remastered version just put out on the superb Repertoire label (import) occasions this review. Never have the songs sounded better; with enhanced separation and more depth, such songs as `Waitin' For the Wind', `Feeling Bad', `Evil Woman' and `That Was Only Yesterday' sound fresh and potent. As an added treat, this release features four additional tracks (three merely mono radio versions of album cuts), with one (Oh! Pretty Woman) previously only available on a bootleg titled `First Tooth' (and it was a poor sounding live version at that). In addition, Repertoire has replicated the original album design, making it a gatefold CD.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Fiet on February 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
One day I was reading through the album reviews in the latest copy of Circus Magazine and I read this review about this band I had never heard of called Spooky Tooth. The reviewer declared that this album was for total blues freaks only and only someone totally into that genre would be truly able to appreciate it. Since I considered myself to be in that category I went down to the local 5 & 10 cent store and special ordered it the very next day.To this day I think this album is unequalled in the hard rock blues category.Lead guitarist Luther Grosvenor lays it down in a hard an unrelenting drive on "Evil Woman" while in other songs the vocals are almost like gospel.I've never heard an album that I felt from the mind,soul,gut and groin the way this one does.Luther Grosvenor went on to play with Mott the Hoople under the handle Ariel Bender and later with Widowmaker but never achieved the greatness he had with Spooky Tooth. Quite a shame.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By E. Joy on January 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
In a previous review of this recording, I called it one of the masterpieces of rock. While that is still how I feel, this new edition has improved the sound, as well as adding a previously unreleased recording of "Oh Pretty Woman" that is fantastic. I didn't think that it could be done but this is an improved edition of the great "Spooky Two".
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By E. Joy on February 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is one of the masterpieces of Rock music. Spooky Two ranks with The Beatles "Revolver" and "Abbey Road" and The Rolling Stones "Exile On Main Street" as one of the best records ever made. All of the songs are powerful, however I feel that "Waitin' For the Wind", "I've Got Enough Heartaches", "Lost In My Dream", and "Better By You, Better Than Me" are the highlights. The voices of Gary Wright and Mike Harrison are splendid, either on their own or in tandum. On the song "Evil Woman" they combine to drive the song higher and higher to a shattering climax. Spooky Tooth, while it recorded several fair albums both before and after Spooky Two, were never again able to reach the perfection of that record. Buy it for yourself and your friends who love great music.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Stephen F Mulcahy on March 17, 2000
Format: Audio CD
their greatest album. fans of procul harum, traffic , early led zeppelin, etc. will enjoy this. not a bad track on the record. a dark and disturbing downer album . sheer power on every level: songwriting, playing( particularly guitarist luther grosvenor on tracks like "evil woman" and "better by you, better than me". the organ is also tastefully used on the recording.), and the incredible lead vocals of gary wright and the eternally underrated stellar singing of mike harrison , one of the finest english vocalists of that, or any time. couldn't recommend it any more than to say its an excellent addition to one's collection. hard to say what the best cut is, most would say either of the two i've mentioned. other than that , i've always loved the gospel styled " i've got enough heartaches" and the opening track "waitin for the wind", but like i say there isn't a bad number on spooky two. the record mixes hard rock, blues, soul, gospel, and even a little bit of eerie quasi- psychedelia for lack of a better term very well. it's easy to see why luminaries like george harrison and the move were fans of this fine band who never received the fame they deserved.
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