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Number of Alone Together (1970) Reviews: 9
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I knew I was hearing "history in the making"
Reviewer: Anonymous, January 04, 2011 This album is true brilliance. Only a few other albums do I listen to the "entire" album over and over . . . "Let It Bleed . . Dire Straits . .Texas Flood . .Abby Road". Go DAVE !! Still smokin'
Fred G. San Antonio
Lookat You Lookat me
Reviewer: Anonymous, June 23, 2008 Yada yada yada. All above said is good. But how can you not even list Look at You, Look at Me. This song is the highlight of the album. I get cold chills STILL when I play it
One of the best ever
Reviewer: Gordy Hall, January 25, 2007 When this album came out, it was phenomenal. It crossed all boundries, and was played at parties with people of all cultures. It came across as a classic, and it is. The music is tight, intelligent, and any human being can identify with the feelings and thougts expressed by Dave's tender vocals. And then there is his guitar playing, which is flawless. Many a budding guitarist has cut their teeth on the 1 to 4 changes of 'Feeling Alright', and that song is a perfect example of the lyrics that were on the spot for any human being.
A great album, and one that deserves to live forever for all of humanity.
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