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The Traveling Wilburys, Vol. 3

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Traveling Wilburys Volume 3 German CD album


1. She's My Baby (with Gary Moore)
2. Inside Out
3. If You Belonged To Me
4. The Devil's Been Busy
5. 7 Deadly Sins
6. Poor House
7. Where Were You Last Night?
8. Cool Dry Place
9. New Blue Moon
10. You Took My Breath Away
11. Wilbury Twist

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 19, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wilbury
  • ASIN: B000008LOU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,469 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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90 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Steve Vrana HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on January 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a step down from the Wilburys first album that came out two years earlier, but there is still much to like here. The album kicks off with the strongest rocker of the Wilbury's two-album history, "She's My Baby" with the sizzling guitar solo provided by one-time Thin Lizzy guitarist Gary Moore. The album (in the absence of fallen comrade Roy Orbison) is dominated by Dylan and Petty. The albums strongest track is Dylan's "If You Belonged to Me" with its plaintive harmonica reminding listeners of his classic Sixties work. Dylan and Petty share vocal chores on the uptempo "The Devil's Been Busy" while Harrison adds some nice sitar accents. Harrison's lone lead vocal is on "Where Were You Last Night?" where he trades verses with Dylan on this acoustic number. Elsewhere, Dylan does a doo-wop send-up on "7 Deadly Sins." "New Blue Moon" has a slightly Carribean feel to it as well as Harrison's signature slide guitar work. The album closes with the infectious "Willbury Twist." The booklet inlcudes lyrics, "how to" instructions and even illustrations to this song. [Sample lyric: "Put your hand on your head, put your feet in the air / Then hop around the room in your underwear."] It's best if you approach this album with limited expectations; this allows you the opportunity to appreciate the joys that await you here. RECOMMENDED
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70 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Paul Allaer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Sarcastically titled "Vol. 3", the second (and last) album of the super-group consisting of George Harrison, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynn and Bob Dylan is more-of-the-same as "Vol. 1", and I mean that as a compliment.
"Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3" (11 tracks, 36 min.) starts off with an outstanding "She's My Baby". Accoustic guitars are upfront throughout the album, not a surprise here. The songs move along at a crisp pace (all songs clock in between 3' and 3'30). Other highlights include "The Devil's Been Busy", "Poor House" and of course the silly but irresitable "Wilbury Twist".
Many feel that "Vol. 1" is a superior album because of Roy Orbinson's presence (he died shortly after "Vol. 1" was released). Nothing against Orbinson, but I feel differently. "Vol. 3" comes across as a much tighter album, with hardly a minute or a second wasted. Why both "Vol. 1" and "Vol. 3" remain out of print is a mystery to me. The Traveling Wilburys remain a treasure to be (re)discovered.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By artwithtea on December 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The first Wilbury album is definately something magical that will always seem fresh and fun. The second one (Volume 3) has just as much musical merit. The blend of these four guys were what made the core of the song writing and instumentation of the first. Roy Orbison's tenor, style, and attitude did bring raw fun and glory to SOME songs on the first one, but he was only on four or five songs (unfortunately). This CD is more of a blues/folkrock direction for the supergroup, and that's cool. It's very them. It suits their style. My favorite track (probably because it vocally mimics the first album the closest - but actually may be my favorite Wilbury cut between the two albums) is "Poor House." There is much more humor on this one, which makes it quite entertaining to introduce others to. Tom Petty's influence is more prevalent in this one; he shows some of his top-noch song writing tricks. Petty reveals his natural ability, and you can hear with what ease music comes to him. My only regret about this album is there aren't as many George songs........I'll deal. No one should go through life without hearing this album at least once. Like the first one - it's nearly impossible to hold a bad mood while hearing this stuff. (oh and try to act out all of the "Wilbury Twist" - I think I still have bruises)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Vilbs on February 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'll agree with the other reviewers here that Vol.3 is lacking something that made Vol.1 so awesome, but when you put Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne together, good things will happen, and this is still a darned good piece of rock'n'roll.
Dylan and Petty share the bulk of the vocal duties here, with Lynne providing his slick trademark production and George providing his fabulous instrumentation. Although to be honest, a few more tracks featuring George would have really hit the spot. Missed, of course, are the contributions of Roy Orbison, but his bandmates still seem to be having fun making music, and it definitely shows throughout the album.
The best songs, in no particular order, are "Inside Out", the opening song "She's My Baby", "If You Belonged To Me", "Poor House", and the softer "You Took My Breath Away". It's only 36 minutes of music (my biggest complaint about this particular album), but it's all solid material that grows on you a little bit more with every listen.
Vol.3 is another rare chance to hear four music legends playing together, and even if it's not Vol.1 all over again, it's still not to be missed. It's a shame the two Wilbury albums are out of print, but we can always live with the hope of a remastering and rerelease sometime in the future. In conclusion... if you can get it, do so, because it's worth the hassle of finding it.
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