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Tony Carey - Retrospective 1982-1999 (2000)

20-04-2015, 11:43
Folk | Rock | Oldies | FLAC / APE

Tony Carey - Retrospective 1982-1999 (2000)

Artist: Tony Carey
Album: Retrospective 1982-1999
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Happy Street
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Folk Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 01:10:07
Total Size: 170 mb | 532 mb


01. I Won't Be Home Tonight
02. Why Me?
03. A Fine, Fine Day
04. The First Day Of Summer
05. Blue Highway
06. Room With A View
07. Heard It On The Radio
08. Run With The Lions
09. I Feel Good
10. Trampoline
11. Cold War Kids
12. 20 Days
13. Dust
14. Boystown
15. I Don't Want To Be In Love
16. Man Camera

Tony Carey is a musician whose career bears little resemblance to the rock-n-roll lifestyles of other artists. He belongs to that rare breed of artist who goes their own way. Not concerned with enhancing his own image, Tony Carey focuses instead on keeping up with his own high standards. His enduring success including numerous hits on the American and German charts, guest appearances with top acts such as Rainbow, and many impressive film soundtracks, proves that he is on the right path.

All the songs on this album are remastered, which contains a blend of 9 previously released as-is tracks, four (4) alternate versions with somewhat heavier arrangements (Track 7 originally on the album For You, Tracks 11, 12 and 13 originally on the album Cold War Kids, and three (3) previously unreleased tracks (Tracks 8, 15 and 16).
The intensity and genres vary quite a bit, making this an interesting profile for Tony Carey. This album contains a hard-to-find song (Track 6, which is taken from the soundtrack to the German TV-Series Wilde Westen Inclusive). Each of the songs on this album showcases most of the multiple facets of this multi-instrumentalist, from folk to rock.

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