Search over ,, arrest and criminal records. View Mugshots and arrest details, including multiple charges. Arrest and Criminal records for free. PoliceArrests News. The police init Authorities and the community in Fort Valley, Georgia searched for her for days, and All these songs were released in the 70's. I do find it interesting that several volumes of the Hard to Find 45's series will have songs that weren't actually released in the decade that the disc represents.
I guess it's the sound or the desire to get the song on CD regardless. Either way, this whole series is great and the care and thought that goes into it, is greatly appreciated!
See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. The Hard to Find series has often thrown up some interesting obscurities but it rarely offers a completely satisfying listening experience - there's always the odd clunker, given the diversity on offer.
Volume 19 is no different. The liner notes even sheepishly admit this! There's also a clutch of maudlin love songs in the last third of the tracklist that threaten to drown the whole experience in AOR misery. The saving grace is always the long-unheard or even new discovery that triggers dormant memories.
I mean, play this to anyone under 40 and the best you could hope for is a blank stare. On the whole this is a good series, though. The sound quality is the best you'll find for this vintage and most of it really does sound vintage now and Eric Records through Rhino seem to go the extra mile in research and annotation.
If you see something in the tracklist that intrigues, chances are there'll be plenty of happy discoveries waiting. This album is based on the original US 45 single releases and not the UK ones. On the British release, the into was slightly shorter but the fade out was longer than the US version and in my opinion we had the better single version here in Britain in Rose Royce - love dont live here any more - our Brtitish single version runs to 3.
Also wishing on a star - UK Single version is 4. Just awesome! I love to have CD's, well, I love all I've gotten throughout my life! Anyways, this one has got some greats! I was only in my yonger years, well, lets say I was only four years old when started! But I bought my first 45 when I was in grade one, that gives you an idea! The music on this CD, for anyone that likes the different songs of the 70's, that were obvious excellent hits, a whole whack are on this Cd!
I can still remember that! Randy Vanwarmer, well, the song that is on here, "Just When I Needed You Most" was an excellent song to, and if you saw the very first Muppet Show, well they actually have Kermit the frog's first song on here and with the memory, well, it takes you back!
I could say a lot about this CD, being an old DJ, well, the music here brings back a ton of things that I did and had a total blast too! Get it; you won't regret it! See ya! Report abuse. In fact this sets the bar for any other CD releases by any company. You know the ones I am talking about Warners,Sony,Universal,et al ,they throw in the usual stuff you have heard a million times,then ones that you scratch your head at and wonder"where did that come from?
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Reviews Add Review.The rest is a symphony of later 70's pop, and most of it has the super slick production of 70's recordings. Most 70's pop had really full production with strings and sometimes horns, and in the fore some percussion and usually an electric guitar doing riffs that made the music acceptable to a rock audience/5().