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  • CD (23 février 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0032EZC6I
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. I Got A Song
  2. Myra Myra
  3. Lay Me Down
  4. Wild Child
  5. Don't Call Us, We Call You
  6. Lookin' For Some Fun
  7. Round And Round
  8. Colorado Jones
  9. Easy Evil
  10. I've Got A Song (Reprise)
  11. Boogie Man
  12. Texas Two Lane
  13. Stars In Her Eyes
  14. Last Dance
  15. Green-Eyed Lady (Live)

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HASH(0x91d94b4c) étoiles sur 5 still sugary sweet... well I mean, still good! 22 janvier 2011
Par Bryan - Publié sur
Format: CD
Don't Call Us We'll Call You is definitely not a masterpiece like the first two Sugarloaf albums are, but the songwriting still maintains a decent level of quality, not to mention a few minor classics. I guess my only complaint (which isn't *that* big of a deal really) is that instead of the raw production of the first two albums, now Sugarloaf sounds like they're going for a more commercial sound thanks to the clean way the album was recorded. Probably just a reflection of the way rock music was progressing throughout the 70's, however.

"I Got a Song" is a pretty good ballad similar to many other bands from the early 70's, such as Dan Fogelberg and Loggins & Messina to name a couple. Some of the piano playing is really nice. A song I consider a true underrated masterpiece is the next one titled "Myra, Myra". Listen to that furious keyboard jam! It all leads up to a magnificent chorus. Just a really remarkable song. I wish it was longer than 5 minutes to be totally honest. Those keyboards alone prove that Sugarloaf was no ordinary rock band. Definitely more deserving than being tagged as a 2-hit wonder.

"Lay Me Down" is another really good one. Perhaps it's overlong by a few minutes, or perhaps not. It does keep my attention the entire time despite a relatively straight forward vocal melody and predictable, brief guitar solo. The orchestratation at the end is really pretty.

The title song is really weird. Implementing the sound of phone buttons being pressed as a way to follow along to the rhythm and drums is a really neat idea, and dare I say, even a melodic idea? CAN such a thing be melodic? Well it sure sounds like it! For some reason the vocal melody reminds me of 10cc. At least, whenever 10cc liked to write fairly normal songs, it would occasionally resemble this kind of pop writing. Meanwhile "Round and Round" is a pretty standard, but harmless track.

Most of the other tracks like "Colorado Jones" blend together because they feel like relatively simple, typical early 70's rock songs, but they are undeniably melodic and delightful to hear regardless of their similar style.

Overall, well I highly recommend you pick up that Sugarloaf/Spaceship Earth "two albums on one disc" deal floating around amazon. That album is filled up entirely with some really amazing songwriting. However, for those curious to explore further, this isn't a bad album either.

On a completely unrelated note, I find it interesting that Sugarloaf were formed in Denver. I went to Denver on vacation one time and really enjoyed my time there. I even occasionally have beautiful dreams whenever I think about the mountains and streams out in the country. Just really weird I'd have a connection to both Colorado and Sugarloaf's music, even if Sugarloaf doesn't necessarily make me think about Colorado.
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HASH(0x91d94b7c) étoiles sur 5 The Very Best Of Sugarloaf !!! 29 mai 2009
Par T. D. Taylor - Publié sur
Format: CD
I had some of these songs on an 8 track tape in the late 70's. My collection was stollen in 1978. I have been looking for the song "Colorado Jones" by Sugarloaf since that time. To my surprise, I found this CD of Sugarloaf; Don't Call Us, We'll Call You, here at What a find! 15 songs total including the Bonus Tracks and "Colorado Jones"! Jerry Corbetta of Sugarloaf has one of the most distinctive voices of the 70's! And his talent on the keyboard is virtually unmatched! Two thumbs up for Sugarloaf! The booklet inside the CD cover has some great history of the band and Jerry Corbetta. "Boogie Man" and the (LIVE) version of "Green Eyed Lady" are absolutely awesome! And last but not least, I certainly recommend the seller ( Newbury Comics, Inc. ). I will buy from them again! Thank you for a great deal! t.d.taylor...
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HASH(0x9200d66c) étoiles sur 5 Sugarloaf 3rd Album 28 octobre 2008
Par Steven Fering - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is a re-issue of 'I Got A Song' originally issued in 1973 on Brut records. When 'Don't Call Us, We'll Call You' was issued the song 'Easy Evil' was deleted to make room for the new hit. Happy to say that this cd restores all the original lp, plus all singles released after that. I think this album is a cut above their first 2 lps. It is jazzier, has great songs and shows off Jerry Corbetta's keyboards skills with good taste. steve
HASH(0x91f48120) étoiles sur 5 decent but not great. 23 décembre 2014
Par Michael Dobey - Publié sur
Format: CD
This has the great hit single on here. But most of the songs are much weaker than their earlier efforts. It does have lots of good bonus songs.
It's more pop rock and this is actually another earlier release where they just added the newer hit. (from the year before). The songs are mostly good with a few weaker ones. The sound is very good. But compared to 'sugarloaf and spaceship earth' this is much weaker in content. I like it though and would say that those other two are must haves and this one is worth owning secondly.
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HASH(0x91f43f9c) étoiles sur 5 Sugarloaf 23 septembre 2011
Par Kenton Wilson - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I went to see Sugarloaf in concert with the Guess Who right after "Don't Call Us We'll Call You" hit it big and it was a great concert. I had the original album on 8 track. Am I dating myself a little? Anyway, it's a great album if you liked Jerry Corbette's vocals and keyboard style.
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