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If you're already a Chuck Prophet fan and you don't own this yet, get it now!
Sometimes we should leave politics to the political animals and music to those who have it coming out of their pores, like Mr. Prophet.
He is a mature american recording artist; his music contains a rare combination of a singular vision and timeless narratives.
after listening to this CD several times, I felt there wasn't much effort put into it.Published 3 months ago by elizabeth l turk
Another great record by Chuck Prophet...It's a more raw and edgy sounding production than many of his recent albums, yet still filled with the thoughtful, eloquent and funny... Read morePublished 4 months ago by ethersea
excellent cd by my neighbor chuck prophet idolizing the city that we both love me I am a native from eureka valley and chuck a transplant but we both love the city by the bay and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by emil forsman
Saw Chuck Prophet live @ the Starry Plough in Berkeley on New Year's Eve. What a great show! Even though the album is available through Spotify, I wanted to have it in my... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tony G.
For my way of thinking, there are only three records that are about cities, the life in those cities, the culture, the times, the excesses, the joy, the sorrow, and the dark... Read morePublished 23 months ago by R. Kesler
Product arrived in excellent condition, in original packaging and all tracks have good sound quality.
Only 1 or 2 tracks that I am not wild about - yes I would recommend.
I have just recently been introduced to the music of Chuck Prophet, and I really enjoy his music. Temple Beautiful is a great CD.Published 23 months ago by KL
This guy is the real deal. I "discovered" the music of Chuck Prophet only recently, having bought "Let Freedom Ring" last year. Read morePublished on November 12, 2012 by Donald E. Gilliland