How about on mobile?
How about on mobile?
I'm right with you, Mike!It's sad to see the demise of physical media. I have so many fond memories of opening album covers for the first time. At our store, I used to open a new box of LPs and pull them out one at a time just so I could get a full view of each title. CDs weren't quite as fun, but still fun to look at the booklets. Do kids of today even get excited about a new tune anymore, or is it all just matter of fact to them.... everything's always available so it's not much to get excited about?
Used to be whenever my wife would drag me out shopping with her, I would find either a music store or a book store to go hang out in while she looked at clothes or shoes. We still go shopping together but it's a much more boring experience for me these days! Unless we go to a hardware store or something.
I like it just wish there were more strings.Having recently purchased the target version of this album. I have listened to the new mix of please mr postman about 10 times since. What does everyone that has listened to the mix think about it.
Me personally i really like the string section and the drums on this one.
I remember getting to my local Target right when the store opened. When I walked to that section of the store, the CD wasn't even out on display yet. When I inquired about it, they sent an employee to the stockroom to bring out a handful of them to display.
I've got my fingers crossed for Xmas next year. I'm guessing, hoping, Richard's putting the finishing touches to the new Christmas Set this year.This album is positively fabulous. I believe it warrants a second edition. Maybe with some of the lessser known songs.
All You Get From Love Is A Love Song and Those Good Old Dreams were never recorded with the RPO. Both songs received new charts, but that was as far as they went, and were cut before recording.I've got my fingers crossed for Xmas next year. I'm guessing, hoping, Richard's putting the finishing touches to the new Christmas Set this year.
It'll have been 5 years since the first by that point. TGOD and AYGFLIALS are already in the can and he's stated that Now would be on there.
So TGOD is recorded. Did it reach the mixing stage? Is it effectively "ready"? I haven't noticed any new RPO pop collaborations in the last few years...would a volume 2 even be a possibility at this point?Only Those Good Old Dreams got the RPO treatment. In fact I have the video footage taken from that session in
All You Get From Love Is A Love Song and Those Good Old Dreams were never recorded with the RPO. Both songs received new charts, but that was as far as they went, and were cut before recording.
I would want him to do something else. That’s one song that should’ve been locked in the A&M Vaults!I would die if they did Those Good Old Dreams. It's a personal favorite of mine, but Richard doesn't seem to like that song for whatever reason.