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|1. On Your Way Down|
|2. Nearer To You|
|3. Tears, Tears And More Tears|
|4. The Sharpest Thorn|
|5. Who's Gonna Help Brother Get Further?|
|6. The River In Reverse|
|7. Freedom Of The Stallion|
|8. Broken Promise Land|
|9. Ascension Day|
|10. International Echo|
|11. All These Things|
|12. Wonder Woman|
|13. Six-Fingered Man|
WONDER WOMAN will make you smile and just want to get up and dance.
To bash (the sometimes polarizing) Elvis Costello for championing the GREAT Allen Toussaint is to entirely miss the point of this music and CD.
I was also very aware his masterful piano playing ability and his incredible horn arrangements.
This is a great album of blues. I highly recommend this one to any Elvis Costello fan.Published 29 days ago by Philip D Broughton
Every Costello fanatic will tell you it's genius and those who love his 1st 3 albums will tell you it's crap. Read morePublished 8 months ago by K. H. Orton
Too much Elvis Costello, not enough Toussaint.
If you've heard Hugh Laurie's "Let them Talk" - St. Read more
Sorry but this one just didn't do anything for me. The very first song set the tone for an tidal wave of insipid music. Not my cup of coffee, I guess...Published on March 9, 2012 by Orlando L. Villanueva
Great album and definitely in the top 5 Elvis albums ever! The Allen Toussaint collaboration works. Mr. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by Bill
I love this CD, it is a new favorite.
HOWEVER, it has a Public Library sticker on it. Was this CD stolen? I am going to Google the library and contact them to make sure.
The most searing of musical indictments during 2006 didn't come from some young buck MC or a snorting enraged punk band. It came from a pair of wizened musical vets. Read morePublished on February 4, 2009 by Tim Brough