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  • Audio CD (May 17, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Import
  • ASIN: B0001RVQOQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,526 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Superlungs My Super Girl
2. Loving Time
3. July
4. I've Got News For You
5. Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace
6. Stay With Me Baby
7. Without Expression (2003 Mix)
8. Silver White Light
9. Highway 61 Revisited (2003 Mix)
10. Penny
11. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
12. May Fly
13. Tinker Taylor
14. Sweater
15. Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart
16. Marking Time
17. Rich Kid Blues

Editorial Reviews

Import version features a bonus disc. Subtitled - The Complete Studio Recordings 1966-1969. 2004 compilation for the British blue-eyed soul man who famously turned down the job as vocalist for Led Zeppelin. The set is comprised of two albums recorded for EMI, 'Terry Reid' (1969) & 'Bang, Bang You're Terry Reid' (1968), 12 previously unreleased tracks, 'It's Gonna Be Morning', 'I'll Take Good Care Of You', 'Funny How Time Slips Away', 'Just Walk In My Shoes', 'Funny How Time Slips Away' (First Demo Version), 'I'll Take Good Care Of You' (First Demo Version), 'Ain't That Peculiar', 'I've Got News For You', 'Summer Sequence', 'Zodiac Blues', 'Penny', & 'Rich Old Lady', plus 2003 mixes. All 37 tracks are digitally remastered for the first time. EMI.

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And, he's still kickin' out the jams!
The Wizard
This guy was great and his career to some wrong turns that stopped him from reaching the acclaim he's deserved.
R. Betts
His vocal range simply blows most others away.
D. Babb

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Charles Anderson on July 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Terry Reid had everything go wrong during his career (lack of promotion, legal hassles and idiot producers who didn't know what to do with him). This 2 cd compilation contains his 2 lp's plus some out-takes and early work. I used to own both lp's and have been wanting these for awhile. I saw Terry at the Miami Pop Festival during the late 60's and promptly bought Bang Bang. He was in fine form and was glad to catch his performance, which I now know was arare thing.

Let's get one thing straight, he did have a problem.He was so talented and could do so many different types of material that i'm sure he was torn in which direction to go. It's true he was Jimmy Page's 1st choice to be in the New Yardbirds (which turned into Led Zepplin). His vocals are as strong as you're ever going to find and he's no slouch on guitar either. He was also a fine songwriter.

Let me get to some song highlights. Sonny Bono's Bang Bang gets a neat treatment as does Donovan's Season of the witch. Tinker Tailor and Without Expression are good examples of his writing, but I think Terry Reid his next album was slightly better and more cohesive. Another Donovan song Superlungs My Supergirl is done as well as Donovan's. Also does a superb version of Dylan's Highway 61, I like 2003 mix better than the original which is included here.Silver White Light, July, May Fly and Rich Kid Blues are more examples of his song writing. If these cd's don't trip your trigger, please don't get any of his others. If you do like these, by all means find and purchase River and Seed Of Memory which was well produced by Graham Nash. He has a couple of others but they don't hold up as well. He shoulda been a contender, but life sometimes just throws you curves. Check out this underrated musician and singer.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lois Britten on September 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Terry Reid is, simply, the most astonishing and chill-producing male voice in rock -- Ever. Period. (Think Joplin with a true R&B feel -- and he hits the same notes she does!). I wore out my vinyls 30 years ago, and am happily replacing them.

Only one thing other reviewers of this amazing compilation missed -- By all means, get "River" and "Seed of Memory", but above all, DON'T MISS 1991's "THE DRIVER"!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By matt tan canada on June 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
this is the fella that was jimmy page's first choice as singer for led zeppelin. when terry turned him down, jimmy got robert plant instead. i had the original vinyls and they were my most played vinyls during that time. i knew terry had great pipes, listen to his rendition of donovan's superlungs , and terry's own marking time, speak now or forever hold your piece, tinker tailor,etc... for examples of how he handles those ball-busting screamers. and can he sings the sweet stuff as well: mayfly, stay with me baby, summer sequence.
what else? he writes most of his own tunes, and none of them are slouches either; no la dee da formula type pop-tunes from this guy. he also knows how to syncopate well on rhythm guitar, plus the occasional flare that enlightens us he can also play tasty blues and jazz on lead-guitar. tasty, i said; not mindless, over-indulgent "look at me i'm the fastest thing on 6 strings and spandex" licks.
terry's choice of other people's music is an added bonus, viz: dylan's highway 61, eddie cochran's summertime blues, season of the witch (yet another donovan's tune)... and who else could transform a "la dee da flower-power" tune such as sonny bono's bang bang into his own fine brand of fire-power.
the biggest surprise (and how so,too), must surely be the cache of prevously-unreleased tunes (ain't that peculiar, funny how time slips away,etc) where terry sings jazz and rnb.
is there anything terry reid cannot do? um, let me see...
he did not become the great superstar that he so richly deserved to be. well, that goes to show how much those in the music business know about the profound talents; if you ask me, they can't see the forest from the trees. lol.
he could have been superstar had he joined jimmy page's led zeppelin, you say? goodness me;
i think led zeppelin would have been too stifling for the likes of terry reid. a super set from a really fine musician.
get it!!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By GoodListener on February 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
His excellent first two US albums plus all sorts of previously unreleased studio versions of many GREAT songs. He is truly one of THE greatest singers in rock n roll. Do yourself a favor and buy this. He's a genius.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. D. Ryan on May 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was introduced to Terry Reid's music through the motion picture "The Devil's Rejects". I had never heard of Terry Reid before watching this movie and from the first lines of "To be Treated Right" I was absolutely entranced by his music, his voice and his tantalising guitar riffs. After buying the soudntrack I went out and bought most of his records. "Super lungs" without a doubt is one of his best. From rare melodies of "Summer sequence" and "Penny" to the more popular melodies of "May Fly" and the rock tracks of "Bang, bang" and super lungs" there are tracks for all moods and CD that never looses its listenability. I am truely grateful to the "Devil's reject's" as I have discovered one of the musical greats.

Definately buy this album!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Babb on January 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had never heard of Terry Reid until I read a review of this cd in Blender magazine. I listened to samples and was interested enough to buy it. It was an excellent decision! Terry Reid deserved all the fame and fortune he could have ever hoped for. He should be in the Rock Hall! His vocal range simply blows most others away. I love the whole cd, but recommend "superlungs my supergirl", "stay with me baby", "rich kid blues", "zodiac blues", and especially "penny." If that song doesn't move you, please look elsewhere. It's great to discover this as these songs were recorded before I was born(1969). I strongly recommend this to all classic rock fans looking for a fresh sound from the golden era!
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