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Ok, one last note here… I got a little excited, and posted about it, only to have possibly changed my mind again. And I still feel that way. Analog is the way to go IMO. Anyways, I decided to compare my Vinyl rips to the Reissues of the Eurythmics albums that were remastered. Once again I am really disappointed in the difference.
The Remasters sound way too loud. Almost muted in sound quality, like listening to it through a cloth… compared to my Vinyl rips the Remasters sound terrible. This was the conclusion I made years ago. So what happened recently where I changed my mind? My Vinyl rips are superior in every way. Confirms why I love the sound of Vinyl. After listening to the Remasters and my Vinyl rips yesterday I decided to look up anything about these online and came across this website….
And there it is. Many people complaining about the Eurythmics remasters. And I have to say, I half agree with them. I think for now I will stick to my Vinyl rips. So there is my final verdict. I am extremely picky about sound quality. And I would say the Reissues are listenable … until something better comes along, Take Me To Your Heart - Eurythmics - In The Garden (Vinyl.
Earlier on this post I commented I was not happy with the Remasters. LP, I was pleasantly surprised when I went back to listen to those reissues. The sound quality is actually quite good. And I mean everything sounds great. I think what happened was I compared specific tracks to other copies I had and decided the remastered sound was not very good. I was wrong. What I realized was that the sound was actually better than many remasters being released out there. Everything sounds balanced.
Some remastered music is screwed up by either too much bass added or too much treble, something is either cranked up all the way to the left or the right. These remasters sound just fine, which is a relief. What a nice surprise to find these Albums were not a waste of money back when I bought them.
And I love how they included single edit versions on that Collection. I have also been enjoying the Bonus tracks on each album as well. Hahaha, So thrilled about this.
I am still disappointed by the sound quality of those DM reissues from years ago. They are my favorite band. I wish they would take the time and just do what the Pet Shop Boys are doing, they have done an excellent job on their remasters recently.
Songs to note that I have really been enjoying re-discovering off the Eurythmics Remastered albums are:. I honestly thought it was Grace Jones and Annie Lennox doing a song together! I was confused, but knew I loved it instantly. Savage ended up being a favorite for me. My favorite Eurythmics song? Here Comes The Rain Again 3. Aqua 5. Grown Up Girls 6, LP. Missionary Man 9. The Last Time Also is an excellent album. Those first two albums were a huge influence on my youth and teenage years.
Very non-plussed by this! These albums sold by the bucketload on release and you can buy them on vinyl for peanuts at any record fair. Re-issuing vinyl is just cynical marketing ploy. I love the Eurythmics but I have to admit to being a bit disappointed with this announcement. I would love to see a Savage box set. And all the remixes that came out with the Savage singles. I have to say those are great choices. And her vocals on that song are incredible. I am still surprised they did not make that a single, did they?
Did they make that a single? I thought I saw in Smash Hits magazine once they had Album) lyrics… and I wonder if it was ever issued as a single. Be Yourself Tonight is a fantastic album. And i find someone else who remembers it! Every year i ask on the Duran forum if anyone has it, to utter silence. Apologies for the ramble, but seeing Annie pull off her wig in the back of that limo for the video at the age of 12 was one of the key turning points in my life.
I had never seen anything like it. I was deeply transfixed and became more than slightly obsessed as teenagers do over pop stars and music. And for the early-to-mid s, Annie was a genuine, magnificent pop star. Then watch some of the live footage from Heaven nightclub about a year later — the difference still staggers. The precise focus of writing and the emotion was absent, bar a couple of tracks.
Plus, the revised version from the Live in Heaven segment of the Sweet Dreams video album offers a great alternate take on the track. Savage is my favourite album too. I like the idea of listening to The Eurythmics formed, by the way, in Wagga Wagga Australia which I happened to pass through on a train yesterdaybut her voice and the production gets v tiresome after three songs.
Annie is a bit po-faced and worthy, but doubt she wrote her sleeve notes; suspect you can blame some eager beaver Take Me To Your Heart - Eurythmics - In The Garden (Vinyl 19 Management for penning those! A career of diminishing returns…. I have all the original RCA releases and purchased a couple of the reissues and the mastering sucks.
Part of me thinks the record companies are starting to take the rise now with some of their pricing for what is just a straight repress usually without any bonuses etc.
It would be great if they remastered them on CD again. I compared a Stirling I think cut of Be Yourself Tonight with the remaster and thought the remaster sounded fine. Welcome to popular music site IsraBox! On IsraBox you can listen music for review is also you can download music albums.
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Buy Eurythmics's album titled In the Garden. Vinyl LP (Long Playing Record - Gram Vinyl) $ The Irish singer's solo debut opens with a perfectly conceived and executed cover of Maria McKee's A Good Heart that deservedly shot to number one on the United Kingdom charts. You'd think the distinctive quavering voice was created to Brand: Sony Legacy. Aug 12, · Eurythmics Take Me To Your Heart written by Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart Remastered() bonus track from the album, In The Garden Label Sony/BMG Bass. Ex-geliefden Dave Stewart en Annie Lennox debuteerden in als Eurythmics met het album In The Garden. Het duo had het jaar ervoor, deel uitmakend van The Tourists, al enkele hits in Engeland gescoord. Toch lukte het met dit album niet om een groot publiek te bereiken. Achteraf beschouwd had In The Garden een beter [ ]. Take Me To Your Heart written by Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart From their debut album as Eurythmics, In The Garden Label SONY/RCA/EAGLE ROCK ENTERTAINME. Mit der Musik ab Sweet Dreams hat das Album aber wenig gemein. In The Garden knüpft mehr an Bowie in seiner Berlin-Phase, späteren Roxy Music und etwas an Blondie (Belinda) an. Deren Drummer Clem Burke war dann auch am Album beteiligt genauso wie Musiker von CAN. Ein paar Kraftwerk-Einflüsse sind auch nicht zu verleugnen (Take Me To Your Heart)/5(79). Shop In the Garden [LP] VINYL at Best Buy. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up. Price Match Guarantee. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In The Garden on Discogs.4/5(3). Release Date: 13th April Side A. English Summer Belinda Take Me To Your Heart She's Invisible Now Your Time Will Come Side B. Caveman Head Never Gonna Cry Again All The Young Eurythmics IN THE GARDEN LP (Vinyl) $ Eurythmics IN THE GARDEN LP (Vinyl. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In The Garden on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - PL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock, Synth-pop4/5(20). Nov 07, · 19 videos Play all Eurythmics - In the Garden (Full Album) Music Guy Here Comes That Sinking Feeling (Remastered Version) - Duration: Eurythmics 7, views.
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