THE BOX SET SERIES
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|Audio CD, CD, 18 July 2014||
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- Product Dimensions : 13.54 x 1.45 x 12.9 cm; 190.51 Grams
- Manufacturer : RCA
- Original Release Date : 2014
- Run time : 2 hours and 42 minutes
- Label : RCA
- ASIN : B00IZQPSY4
- Country of origin : Netherlands
- Number of discs : 4
- Best Sellers Rank: 187,853 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The BOX SET SERIES is a range of brand new 4 CD releases packed with original hit recordings by the biggest artists in music history, For the first time, the classic recordings of these household names are now packaged in affordable box sets. This four-disc set does an effective job of chronicling the majority of the John Denver's biggest hits during his lengthy tenure with the label, The track listing is in chronological order, beginning in 1969 with "Daydream" and concluding with live versions of "Matthew" and "This Old Guitar" from the 1995 album The Wildlife Concert. Ample space is given to his much-revered hits of the '70s and '80s, including the original versions of "Take Me Home, Country Roads," "Rocky Mountain High," "Sunshine on My Shoulders," "Thank God I'm a Country Boy," "Some Days Are Diamonds (Some Days Are Stone)," and "Wild Montana Skies." This is a well-rounded retrospective of John Denver's country-pop and soft rock best.
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Beautiful Case and CD ....... The same Pic of John Denver on the Case is printed on the CD ..........So beautiful it looks .....You can really see the quality.
If you love a good artist who writes real good lyrics and has a beautiful voice ,he is the one .... He takes you into another world with is amazing beautiful voice and with his lyrics ....... All of his greatest hits are in this ALBUM.
In the End ,OVERALL PACKAGE ........ Real beautiful case and CD and in it his ultimate collection ...... Go for it ....
I was expecting a greatest hits, I guess. I expected to hear more of what I've grown up with as John Denver, but I didn't get that. It's a great exploration of the different styles that Denver was capable of, but I was overall not impressed.
I loaded all of the CDs into my car's system and listened to them nonstop for a few weeks hoping they would grow on me, but I decided to just buy a copy of Back Home Again and listen to that.
I suppose that's the sound I was hoping to hear.
I will still probably play this from time to time, but I'll more than likely lean towards the greatest hits collections.