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Kicks! the Anthology 1963-1972 CD, Import

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Long overdue, exceptionally well done and priced right to boot! 22 juillet 2005
Par Paul Tognetti - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
What more could you possibly ask for? Australian based Raven records has done it once again! To the best of my knowledge there has never been a comprehensive collection of the hits of Paul Revere and the Raiders. Until now. "Kicks 1963-1972: The Anthology" features 21 of groups 24 U.S. charted hits. Naturally, you get the big ones from the groups early years including tunes like "Kicks", "Hungry", "Good Thing" and of course "Him or Me-What's It Gonna Be?" from 1967. But there are also a whole bunch of the Raiders later hits which I enjoyed almost as much. Songs like "Don't Take It So Hard", "Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon" and "Birds of A Feather" were great pop tunes but only modest hits. Also included in "Kicks 1963-1972: The Collection" is the gang's biggest record of all time, 1971's #1 smash "Indian Reservation". And while Paul Revere and the Raiders managed to place two dozen singles on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, they were also a surprisingly successful album group. Between 1965 and 1972, the group boasted 14 hit albums. In fact in 1966 and 1967 three of these albums, "Just Like Us", "Midnight Ride" and "The Spirit of '67" made the Top Ten. This compilation is sprinked with a number of tunes from these and other LP's.

The success of Paul Revere and the Raiders was due in large part to their heavy exposure on American television. In fact, it has been estimated that the Raiders made over 600 appearances on the tube! The vast majority of these appearances occured in 1965--1966 when the Raiders were regulars on Dick Clark's "Where The Action Is" show.

"Kicks 1963-1972: The Anthology" fills a huge void in my collection. The fact of the matter is that none of the other collections that have been available in the past was very good.

Raven has outdone itself once again. The 12 pages of liner notes are first rate and the remastering job is terrific. The disc includes a generous 30 tracks and I got to sample a number of Raiders tunes I had never heard before. Highly recommended!
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If you don't need the Legend of Paul Revere collection... 19 août 2007
Par T. LeBaron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
...then this is the one to get. The double Legend of Paul Revere double-disc package features an incredible 55 tracks over two CDs and features a bunch of previously unreleased tunes, and aside from collecting all the individual LPs (which I've done for the most part, give or take one or two very early albums)...that's the way to go. However, if you want a package that's still got all the hits and all the major tracks that belong and you don't need to be overwhelmed, this one's an absolute winner too. All the great Raiders hits are here featuring the unmistakeable Mark Lindsay up front with one of the most underrated voices in all of rock & roll. These guys could match the Stones' energy beat for beat, and if you don't believe me, just give a listen to songs like Good Thing or Hungry or my personal favorite, Him or Me--What's it Gonna Be? These guys are total cutups onstage but that doesn't take a thing away from how GOOD they sound. This is some great American rock & roll the way it should be...energetic and in your face. If you want to hear the truly complete history of this band, get the double disc Legend set...but this collection's 30 tracks will do the job just fine...a jam-packed rock & roll party by some of the best from the 60s!
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A Collector's Item! 24 novembre 2005
Par Melvin Hunt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This would have to be one of the finest musical collections of

Paul Revere and the Raiders.During the 1960's this group had

practically become a household name.They recieved ample exposure

on the hit television series Dick Clark's"Where The Action Is".

They actually had a hit record "Action" from this television

show.As a result of this exposure Marc Lindsay became a highly

popular lead singer.He later went on to have a sucessful solo


This CD has all of the hits of this group.Their big songs such

as "Just Like Me","Kicks","Action"(from the TV show),"I'm Not

Your Stepping Stone",and "Him Or Me".Two more songs that were featured on this album are "Don't Take It So Hard" and "Mr.Sun,

Mr. Moon".This is an excellent collection of the hit songs of

Paul Revere and the Raiders.Buy this and add it to your collection.
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Good But Still Lacking 6 mai 2006
Par D. Bacon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
True, this collection does include many of their top hits, but it aslo leaves off some of their early hits & other great songs. If you're looking for the ultimate Paul Revere & The Raiders collection, get "The Legend Of Paul revere & The Raiders" dual CD set instead. This collection features their roots & early hits, "Beatnick Sticks" and "Like Long Hair." Both of these were instrumental hits, before the band decided to become a vocal band. It also contains their version of "Louis, Louie," a song they recorded before The Kingsmen (which Columbia Records did not promote, thinking rock was a passing fancy), along with "Louie-Go Home." The dual CD set contains a whopping 55 songs, including "SS 396" and "Judge GTO Breakaway," both comersials they recorded. If you're seeking a collection that feature a wider variety of their sound, get "The Legend of Paul Revere & The Raiders" instead.
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Unexplainable 15 mai 2011
Par Frank Elliot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hi Folks,
This is a great collection of Raiders singles and LP cuts. Raven has done a great job of getting the latter part of their collection out.
But a word of caution about a couple of the cuts which are edited puzzlingly. For some reason, they cut the fade out on the ending of Peace of Mind and remove Mark's high pitched wailing at the end and head scratchingly cut the Let Me single down so it ends before Mark's moment of yelling which was a big part of the 45. They edited it for no apparent reason. In all the collections I have of the Raiders this is the first I have ever seen this done and it makes no sense. It is a fine collection as I said but be aware of this oddity. Particularly if you care about the integrity of a song.
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