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Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds

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  • Label: ABC/Dunhill Records
  • ASIN: B000MSJQPU
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This was always one of my favorite albums to listen to growing up in the 70's. After years of wear & tear I stopped playing it. Thank God for reissues. This CD sounds great and brings back all those memories of past days. So many good songs, not only - Don't Pull Your Love, but - Annabella (should have been a hit), What Can You Say, and my favorite - Sweet Pain. With Dan and Joe Frank on vocals and those steel drums of Tommy Reynolds, this CD still delivers. I felt very fortunate to have heard and met Dan & Joe when they played around Los Angeles in the early 90's and have them autograph my album. And thanks to Tom for the autograph all the way from Florida. Don't miss this one.
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What you never heard of them? Probably not me either if it was not in my older brother collection. I played the record at christmas just to get to "Don't pull your love out" obviously but the rest of the songs quickly grew on me. Having lost track of the album this 2002 import was a rare find at any price. Not many copies are out there and the bootleg would be unexceptable, i mean this kind of blend of rock and jazz and pop needs to be heard clearly for it is just beautiful- Oddly it plays out great as a cd all 11 songs 33 minutes that just get better leaving you wanting more- a near perfect effort from who? How can i explain how i feel this music is lost in time and space becauce of the rarity of this quality recordind Pay any price to pick it up if you know what i'm talking about or just come by ha! thanks
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I purchased the 2 for 1 CD with "HJF&R/Hallway Symphany" on a different label earlier this year thinking I was getting a good deal. I was wrong. The sound quality was unlistenable, which is a crime since this is one of the best pop albums of the 70's. I defy anyone to put this disc on and not sing along with EVERY song!! I finally resolved that, my love of this LP, was great enough to justify the Japanese import pressing price. I cannot relay to you the HUGE audio difference heard on the Japanese pressing vs. the cheap tape-recorder-to-speaker sound offered in the 2 for 1 pressing of "HJF&R/Hallway Symphany". Bass separation, drums, vibes, congas, guitars are all mixed great. There's no muddy mix that frequently occurs with reissues of older titles.

In addition to giving you the AM classic "Don't Pull Your Love Out", this disc offers 10 more equally, in my opinion, great pop songs. Awesome harmonies, a great back-up band and remastering job totally justifies the hefty price tag. Is HJF&R a guilty pleasure? You bet! Do I care? Not at all.
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