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Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture

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Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

Track TitleLength
1No Earthly Connection11m 40s
2Make Me A Woman6m 20s
3Fool on the Hill/Eleanor Rigby9m 15s
4Burlington Arcade3m 0s
5Space Oddity/Life On Mars7m 40s
6The Jig3m 0s
7The Breathalyser7m 5s
8Clair de Lune3m 45s

Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

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Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

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Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

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Originally released as part of the limited edition Treasure Chest boxed set.

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Christian Loebenstein on 24th May 2002 [Other reviews]

The Mixture opens with a “No Earthly Connection” Medley done as a duo by Rick and Ashley Holt Very powerful. When it comes to “Make Me A Woman”, I prefer the version with Dave Paton on fretless Bass. “Fool On The Hill” has always been one of my favourite Beatles tunes, and this version, again a duo – Rick on Piano, Holt on vocal – is a fine one! Eleanor Rigby is, as we know it from Rick, all instrumental (speedy ending!) The rest of the CD is Rick and Adam with Fraser Thorneycroft-Smith, Fraser giving a fine vocal performance on “Space Oddity” – (this is Fraser, not Bowie, right??!!) and “Life on Mars”. Hearing “The Jig” live ( featuring the three of them again) is a big surprise, as is “The Breathalyser” (Adam on vocal) with the inevitable story by Rick, and a musical quote of Jimmy Webb’s “Up, up and away”. This must have been a very good show! More, please! Judging from the pictures on the inner sleeve, I hope Korg are still paying Rick... Music: A+ (again) Sound Quality: A+ (again)

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