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It's very sad when the liner notes are the best part of ...
on June 25, 2015
It's very sad when the liner notes are the best part of the package and the only reason I gave it two stars. It is also very sad when you waste packing material on 3 CD's when two were more than enough. The music is very uninspiring and I hate to say it, almost boring. Any of the Yazoo's "Times Ain't Like They Used To Be" series are much better buy and way more interesting. This CD does not deserve a 5 star rating. For real 5 star ratings try either the same company's "Tompkins Square" release of Cajun - Creole accordion great Amede Ardion or the releases on the Dust to Digital label, "Baby, How Can It Be?" 3 wonderful CD's of love, lust and contempt 1920's & 30's or the "Old Hat' labels, "Good For What Ails You. Music From The Medicine Shows 1926-1937". I hate to belittle anyone's work but this just doesn't do it for me.