Somewhere in My Lifetime (Expanded Edition)
Audio CD | Extra Tracks, Import, Remastered
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Somewhere In My Lifetime (With Bonus Tracks)
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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, April 30, 2013
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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1979 album by the R&B vocalist. Somewhere In My Lifetime reached #15 on the U.S. R&B charts and spawned two charted singles, the title cut which became Phyllis' first Top 20 R&B hit and a cover of pop rock group Exile's Kiss You All Over, a dance music/club hit. Originally reissued in 2010 in the U.S. on CD, this new expanded edition includes the two bonus tracks featured on that reissue - a nine-minute version of So Strange and 12 inch mix of Kiss You All Over as well as the remaining three tracks left from the Sing A Song LP, thus incorporating Phyllis' long out-of-print second Buddah album in its entirety.
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When this one arrived, although it was clearly brand new and well packaged I noticed that the snap was wearing through the cotton lining, which is all it's attached to. When I checked out older one, I found the same problem was occurring. We were going on vacation the next day and I wanted them for the flight, so I did some sewing and fabric-tac gluing to secure the snaps.
The primary closure is the pull-cord, but my toddler and even my preschooler can't really operate that, so the snap actually is really important to keep things in the bag, making this a major flaw. The snaps are holding after my repairs and reinforcement, but I shouldn't have to improve the product before use.
The quality from the outside of the bag looks really good, so I was surprised to find the seams on the inside not finished and fraying.
In addition to this, the straps on the back are really cheap, not padded and as adjustable as other packpacks.
We ended up going with the Skip Hop Zoo Pack in elephant. It is canvas and very sturdy. She likes wearing it much better and although the measurements are essentially the same, the Skip Hop fits her little frame much better.
Back in the day when I was just discovering the many towering prog and metal musicians signed to the InsideOut stable, I picked this up on an impulse. And a good impulse it turned out to be. This isn't the type of music I listen to day in and day out, but there are times when I need a good dose of the type of spacey metal offered on Black Utopia.
With Malmsteen and DiMeola on board, you should expect guitar heroics, and you get plenty of them. My favorites are the high-flying opener The Fury, the Beck cover Starcycle, and the vaguely familiar Sweet Lament.
Though Derek Sherinian is a keyboard man, this album by no means highlights them although they are an integral part of the music. This is a metal fusion lover's album strongly powered by the guitar. The CD is accompanied by a rather cheaply glued-in booklet that contains album info and thanks to lots of people you probably never heard of.
By no means is this essential, but it is pretty good so if you like the kind of music described, then you should give this a shot.
However, when I was placing my third order, I also ordered the blue back pack with trees as a back up. It came with the same design as on the photo. Very cute, perfect size (pretty small, just as I wanted). It looks durable, although it's hard to commend on the quality of this kind of item before I actually used it. So I might amend my review in a few months.
I didn't want the issues with fulfillment affect my rating of the actual item, so kept the rating fairly high, but please be aware that if you order the Owl design, you might not get what you want.