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BOXSET The Definitive Dusty Springfield Boxset MINT 4CD 3DVD

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Here is the setlist 20 mai 2012
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I may have serious reservations about the packaging, and also wish that more material was included for the money, but how can you give Dusty Springfield anything but five stars?

An excellent website, TheSecondDisc(dot)com, gives the following details about this boxset (quoted directly, with apologies to Joe Marchese, the author, reviewer and all around incredible music critic):

"Like the original Dusty box set, The Legend of Dusty Springfield, Goin' Back is arranged thematically rather than chronologically. The box contains four compact discs: The Hits, Rarities, At the BBC and Stage and Screen, plus three DVDs. The CDs total 92 tracks, 22 of which have never been released. (We have confirmed 20 of those tracks to the best of our knowledge, below, with a few more likely possibilities for the remaining two songs.) A further five tracks are making their CD debuts. As for the three packed DVDs, a full 32 performances have never been commercially available.

CD 1, The Hits, covers most of the major successes for Springfield both in America and the United Kingdom, dating between 1963 and 1995. (As this disc focuses on her solo hits, "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" by The Springfields is absent, though the group appears numerous times on later discs.) CD 2, Rarities, may be the most coveted disc by collectors, kicking off with Kay Swift and Peter James' "Can't We Be Friends" as recorded by a teenage Dusty and Peter Miles. A brace of live and alternate tracks from The Springfields follows, and then we plunge into a number of alternate takes and mixes. This disc is capped off by two mixes created especially for this collection. Tris Penna has remixed "The Look of Love" and "Goin' Back" at Abbey Road Studios to emphasize Springfield's vocals in a stripped-down setting.

The third disc of BBC Sessions offers more exceedingly rare live material. Some tracks have been reprised from the privately-pressed discs once available through The Dusty Springfield Bulletin while others still are making their first appearance anywhere. These tracks are particularly exciting as Springfield often covered songs in her live appearances that she never tackled in a studio setting. (One of these tracks is Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "I Say a Little Prayer." Though Dusty may be the single most admired performer of the Bacharach/David catalogue following Dionne Warwick, she only recorded ten of their songs in the studio. Thankfully her performances of many more of their songs have been preserved, and "I Say a Little Prayer" makes its first-time debut here, while "Knowing When to Leave" from the musical Promises, Promises premieres on the DVD portion. Still in the vaults awaiting release are live versions of Bacharach/David classics like "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me," "Wives and Lovers" and "A House is Not a Home" with Bacharach accompanying.) There's a rare jazz medley performed with Mel Torme, and a soulful medley dating from 1969 where Dusty incorporates such diverse songs as The Isley Brothers' "It's Your Thing," The Rascals' "People Got to Be Free," the Bee Gees' "To Love Somebody" and Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," all with absolute conviction.

CD 4, Stage and Screen, offers some of Dusty's own soundtrack performances (including the original film versions of "The Look of Love" from Casino Royale and Lee Hazlewood's title song for The Sweet Ride) in addition to songs originally written for film and stage productions, and songs later rediscovered in films. Among the harder-to-find tracks on this disc are her first-ever soundtrack performance for 1967's The Corrupt Ones (U.K. title: The Peking Medallion) and Michel Legrand's "Sea and Sky" from 1972's Paris Was Made for Lovers, titled Time for Loving in the United Kingdom. Her final soundtrack performance, "Nothing Can Be Proved" from 1989's Scandal, is also included. (Two notable omissions to this disc are "Bits and Pieces," Dominic Frontiere and Norman Gimbel's 1980 theme to The Stunt Man, and the 1980 re-recording of Randy Newman's "I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore" for the 1980 film Love and Money. While the former has been released on CD, the latter remains unavailable despite Dusty's comment that "in some ways I like it better than the one on [Dusty in] Memphis"

What's missing from this staggering set? There's no material from Dusty's early stint as a member of The Lana Sisters, though that group's complete output has just been compiled by RPM. Many fan favorites are absent due to the set's organization; there was no place for "Just a Little Lovin'," "Breakfast in Bed" or the original "I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore." There are still many, many unreleased songs languishing in the vaults, and it's hard to single out any particularly egregious omissions. In no particular order, though, this author would love to have seen release of the 1980s-era Joel Dorn-produced remake of "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," a duet mix with B.J. Thomas of David Gates' "The Other Side of Life," her 1970 performance of Tony Hatch's rare song "Messing About on the River," the 1973 performance of frequent concert opener "But Alive" from the Charles Strouse/Lee Adams score to Applause ("I feel twitchy and bitchy and manic/Calm and collected and choking with panic/But alive!") and BBC takes of The Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" and Stephen Stills' "Love the One You're With." Despite their mutual admiration, Springfield only performed one complete Beatles song, a 1989 version of "All You Need is Love" which was recorded for a Japan-only Panasonic commercial. She also recorded a Beatles medley for a television special with Burt Bacharach, Juliet Prowse and Mireille Mathieu; wouldn't either of those have been something to hear! Similarly, she only sang one Elton John/Bernie Taupin composition, and "Take Me to the Pilot" remains commercially unavailable.

The set's three DVDs represent a treasure trove for longtime collectors. The first DVD appears to replicate the contents of Dusty Springfield - Live at the BBC, a 2007 collection with over 2-1/2 hours of footage drawn primarily from Springfield's BBC television programs of 1966 and 1967, plus selected bonus material. The second DVD offers 1961 performances from The Springfields plus Dusty's performances on Top of the Pops (1978 and 1979), They Sold a Million (1973) and The Rolf Harris Show (1971) , and interviews on The Old Grey Whistle Test (1978) and Wogan (1985). The third and final DVD contains performances from the 1988 BPI Music Awards plus videos of favorite late-era tracks like Dusty's collaboration with Richard Carpenter, "Something in Your Eyes," her duet with Daryl Hall on "Wherever Would I Be" and collaborations with The Pet Shop Boys.

Goin' Back: The Definitive Dusty Springfield is housed in a deluxe box measuring 250mm x 200mm x 100mm. In addition to the four CDs and three DVDs, the pink box contains two hardback books and four photo prints of the star. The first book reprints Howes' truly comprehensive Springfield discography and the second is a new collection of essays by Dusty's manager and friend Vicki Wickham and Mojo writer Lois Wilson plus testimonials by artists like Sir Tom Jones, Carole King, Annie Lennox, Burt Bacharach, Neil Tennant and Smokey Robinson. Plenty of photographs are also contained of the singer, a true British Invasion fashion icon with her immortal beehive!

Until a Complete Recordings box set comes along to straighten out the many discrepancies in Springfield's U.K.-vs.-U.S. albums and singles catalogues, Goin' Back may indeed be the next best thing! (That said, wouldn't further releases of the existing BBC performances described in Paul Howes' book be warranted?) This lavish testament to the enduring music of Dusty Springfield is in stores overseas on November 4, and we'll be sure to add pre-order links as soon as they become available.

Dusty Springfield, Goin' Back: The Definitive Dusty Springfield (Universal, 2011)

CD 1: The Hits

1.I Only Want To Be With You (mono) (Philips single BF-1292-A, 1963)
2.Stay Awhile (mono) (Philips single BF-1313-A, 1964)
3.Wishin' and Hopin' (Philips (U.S.) single 40207-A, 1964)
4.I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself (mono) (Philips single BF-1348-A, 1964)
5.All Cried Out (mono) (Philips EP BE-12564, 1964)
6.Losing You (mono) (Philips single BF-1369-A, 1964)
7.Your Hurtin' Kinda Love (Philips single BF-1396-A, 1965)
8.In the Middle of Nowhere (mono) (Philips single BF-1418-A, 1965)
9.Some of Your Lovin' (Philips single BF-1430-A, 1965)
10.Little By Little (mono) (Philips single BF-1466-A, 1966)
11.You Don't Have to Say You Love Me (Philips single BF-1482-A, 1966)
12.Goin' Back (Philips single BF-1502-A, 1966)
13.All I See Is You (Philips single BF-1510-A, 1966)
14.I'll Try Anything (mono) (Philips single BF-1553-A, 1967)
15.Give Me Time (Philips single BF-1577-A, 1967)
16.The Look of Love (US mono mix) (Philips (U.S.) single 40465-B, 1967)
17.What's It Gonna Be? (Philips single BF-1608-A, 1967)
18.I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten (Philips single BF-1682-A, 1968)
19. Son-of-a Preacher Man (Philips single BF-1730-A, 1968)
20.Am I the Same Girl (Philips single BF-1811-A, 1969)
21.A Brand New Me (Philips single BF-1826-A, 1969)
22.How Can I Be Sure (Philips single 6006-045-A, 1970)
23.What Have I Done to Deserve This? (with the Pet Shop Boys) Parlophone single R-6163-A, 1987)
24.In Private (vinyl single version) (Parlophone single R-6234-A, 1989)
25.Reputation (vinyl single version) (Parlophone single R-6253-A, 1990)
26.Wherever Would I Be (duet with Daryl Hall) (CD single version) (Columbia 662059-2/662059-5, 1995)
CD 2: Rarities

1.Can't We Be Friends (duet with Peter Miles) (rec. c. 1950s) (previously unreleased)
2.Breakaway (The Springfields) (live) (previously unreleased)
3.Bambino (The Springfields) (live) (previously unreleased)
4. Goodnight Irene (The Springfields) (alternate take) (rec. 1962, previously unreleased)
5.Silver Dollar (The Springfields) (alternate take) (likely rec. 1962, previously unreleased)
6. I Only Want To Be With You (stereo) (rec. 1963, from Stay Awhile - I Only Want to Be with You/Dusty, Taragon TARCD-1025, 1997)
7.You Don't Own Me (stereo) (rec. 1964, from Stay Awhile - I Only Want to Be with You/Dusty, Taragon TARCD-1025, 1997)
8.Can I Get A Witness (stereo) (rec. 1964, stereo mix from A Girl Called Dusty, Mercury CD 534 520-2, 1996 or Stay Awhile - I Only Want to Be with You/Dusty, Taragon TARCD-1025, 1997)
9.Here She Comes (mono) (Philips (U.S.) single 40270-B, 1965)
10.Oh No! Not My Baby (alternate take) (rec. 1965, previously unreleased)
11.That's How Heartaches Are Made (alternate take) (likely rec. 1965, previously unreleased)
12.I Had A Talk With My Man (alternate take) (likely rec. 1965, previously unreleased)
13.Chained To A Memory (alternate vocal) (likely rec. 1967, previously unreleased)
14.I've Got A Good Thing (alternate take) (rec. 1966, from The Look of Love, Mercury CD 314 538 912-2, 1999)
15.Sweet Ride (new stereo mix) (rec. 1967, previously unreleased)
16.What Do You Do When Love Dies (without orchestral overdubs) (rec. 1968, from Dusty in Memphis, Rhino CD 71035, 1992)
17.Something For Nothing (rec. 1970, from Love Songs, Rhino CD R2-79985, 2001)
18.The Richest Girl Alive (rec. 1970, from Love Songs, Rhino CD R2-79985, 2001)
19.Summer Love (rec. 1970, from Love Songs, Rhino CD R2-79985, 2001)
20.Goodbye (rec. 1970, from Dusty in Memphis: Deluxe Edition, Rhino CD R2-75580, 1999)
21.I Believe In You (Atlantic single 2841, 1971)
22.All The King's Horses (rec. 1971, from Dusty in Memphis: Deluxe Edition, Rhino CD R2-75580, 1999)
23.Goin' Back (Abbey Road vocal mix by Tris Penna) (rec. 1966, previously unreleased)
24.The Look Of Love (Abbey Road vocal mix by Tris Penna) (rec. 1967, previously unreleased)
CD 3: At the BBC

1.Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa (likely rec. September 1, 1966, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
2.I Don't Want To Go On Without You (rec. September 8, 1966, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
3.Won't Be Long (likely rec. January 30, 1971, from Heart and Soul, Varese Sarabande CD 302 066 299-2, 2002)
4.I'll Never Stop Loving You (rec. September 8, 1966, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
5.The Water Is Wide (rec. August 15, 1967, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
6.Medley: Can't We Be Friends, Pick Yourself Up, Let's Get Away From It All (duet with Mel Tormé) (rec. August 22, 1967, previously unreleased on CD)
7. Don't Let Me Lose This Dream (rec. August 29, 1967, previously unreleased on CD)
8.Peel Me A Grape (rec. August 29, 1967, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
9.I Wish You Love (rec. September 12, 1967, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
10.It Was Easier To Hurt Him (rec. September 12, 1967, previously unreleased on CD)
11.(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave (rec. September 12, 1967, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
12.Nowhere To Run (rec. September 19, 1967, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
13.My Lagan Love (rec. September 19, 1967, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
14.You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (possibly rec. April 16, 1966, from The BBC Sessions, Zone CD X002, 1999 or rec. April 12, 1966 from The Complete BBC Sessions, Mercury CD 9843562, 2007)
15.Soul Medley `69: It's Your Thing, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby), To Love Somebody, People Got To Be Free (rec. July 5, 1969 or September 9, 1969 - previously unreleased)
16.The Windmills Of Your Mind (rec. September 23, 1969 or May 2, 1970 - previously unreleased)
17.I Heard It Through The Grapevine (rec. September 30, 1969, previously unreleased)
18.Angel of the Morning (rec. October 7, 1969, previously unreleased)
19.(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher (likely rec. January 18, 1970, from The BBC Sessions, Zone CD X002, 1999)
20.I Say A Little Prayer (rec. October 21,1969, previously unreleased)
21.I'm Coming Home Again (likely rec. April 7, 1979, from Good Times, Zone CD X003, 2001)
CD 4: Stage and Screen

1.If I Was Down And Out (The Springfields) (Philips single 326 627 BF-A, 1964)
2.Little Boat (The Springfields) (Philips single 326 577 BF-B, 1963)
3.The Corrupt Ones (Philips single BF-1553-B, 1967)
4.The Look of Love (Soundtrack Version) (Casino Royale, Colgems LP 5005, 1967)
5.Sweet Ride (Soundtrack Version) (The Sweet Ride, 20th Century Fox LP S4198, 1967)
6.Sea and Sky (Time for Loving, RCA LP 8253, 1972)
7.Give Me the Night (United Artists single UA-X1225-Y-A, 1978)
8.Nothing Has Been Proved (CD single version) (Enigma CD single 7 75042, 1989)
9.Getting It Right (Parlophone 12-inch single 12RX-6253-B, 1989)
10.Wherever Would I Be? (Walter A mix) (A Very Fine Love, Columbia CD CK 67053, 1995)
11.Anyone Who Had A Heart (mono) (A Girl Called Dusty, Philips LP BL-7594, 1964)
12.Spooky (mono) (Philips single 6006-045-B, 1970)
13.Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) (Ev'rything's Coming Up Dusty, Philips LP 1002, 1965)
14.Come Back To Me (Where Am I Going?, Philips LP 7820, 1967)
15.Where Am I Going? (Where Am I Going?, Philips LP 7820, 1967)
16.Time After Time (rec. 1967, from The Legend of Dusty Springfield, Philips 522 254-2, 1994)
17.Second Time Around (Dusty Definitely, Philips LP SBL-7864, 1968)
18.Windmills of Your Mind (Dusty in Memphis, Atlantic (U.S.) LP SD-8214, 1969)
19.What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? (rec. 1970, from The Legend of Dusty Springfield, Philips 522 254-2, 1994)
20.It Goes Like It Goes (20th Century Fox single TC-2457-A, 1980)
21.Someone to Watch Over Me (rec. 1995, from Simply Dusty, Mercury 546 730-2, 2000)
DVD 1: Part 1 - LIVE AT THE BBC - DUSTY BBC TV series 1

1.1 September 1966 : The Real Thing / Some Of Your Lovin'/ Bring Him Back / Poor Wayfaring Stranger / The Mood I'm In / Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa / Packin' Up
2.8 September 1966 : Call Me Irresponsible / Tell All The World About You / I Don't Want To Go On Without You / Won't Be Long / I'll Never Stop Loving You / The Real Thing
3.22 September 1966 : You Lost The Sweetest Boy / To Love And Be Loved / Anna / Gonna Build A Mountain / Losing You / Won't Be Long
DVD 1: Part 2 - DUSTY BBC TV series 2

1.15 August 1967 : Live It Up / I'll Try Anything / The Water Is Wide / I Only Wanna Laugh / If You Go Away [not transmitted] /Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
2.22 August 1967 : Get Ready / The Beautiful Land / All I See Is You / Do Re Mi / Soulville
3. 29 August 1967 : Come Back To Me/Don't Let Me Lose This Dream / Peel Me A Grape / If You Go Away/ You Can Have Him
4. 5 September 1967 : By Myself / Sunny / Two Brothers / Time After Time / You Better Run
5.12 September 1967 : Good Times / If My Friends Could See Me Now / I Wish You Love / It Was Easier To Hurt Him / (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave
6.19 September 1967 : Nowhere To Run / Sweet Lover No More / My Lagan Love / The Mood I'm In / It Ain't All Honey And It Ain't All Jam / You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
DVD 1: Part 3

1.THE MORECAMBE & WISE SHOW (BBC 2) 26 August 1970 : How Can I Be Sure
2.TOM JONES (BBC 1) 28 December 1972 : I Am Woman / Since I Fell For You
3. SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MILL (BBC 1) 7 April 1979 : I'm Coming Home Agai
4. JUKEBOX : You Don't Have To Say You Love Me / I Only Want To Be With You / Son-Of-A Preacher Man / I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself / I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten / Goin' Back / Nowhere To Run / Some Of Your Lovin'/ If You Go Away / Good Times /Get Ready / How Can I Be Sure

1.THE SPRINGFIELDS (BBC TV) 20 July 1961 : Wimoweh / Green Leaves Of Summer / Dear John / Brazilian Nonsense / Gotta Travel On / Yellow Bird / Ballin' The Jack
2.THE SPRINGFIELDS (BBC TV) 27 July 1961 : Ciolito Linda / Come Back Liza / Give Me The Simple Life / (I'm Just A) Country Boy / There's A Goldmine In The Sky / Melodie D'Amour / Eso Es El Amor / Lonesome Traveller / Skip To Ma Lou
3.THEY SOLD A MILLION (BBC2) 28 January 1973 : Stepping Out With My Baby / Hits Medley: I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten / I Only Want To Be With You * / Wishin' And Hopin' / The Look Of Love / A Brand New Me * /You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (* performed by The Young Generation)
4. THE ROLF HARRIS SHOW (ZDF) 23 July 1971 : Knowing When To Leave / Up On The Roof
5. TOP OF THE POPS (BBC1) 9 February 1978 :A Love Like Yours
6. TOP OF THE POPS (BBC1) 19 April 1979 : I'm Coming Home Again
7.WOGAN (BBC1) 9 August 1985: Interview with Terry Wogan / Sometimes Like Butterflies
8.OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST (BBC2) 7 February 1978 : Interview with Anne Nightingale

1.Dusty Springfield and Richard Carpenter : Something In Your Eyes (1987)
2.Pet Shop Boys with Dusty Springfield: What Have I Done To Deserve This? (1987)
3.Dusty Springfield: Nothing Has Been Proved (1989)
4.In Private (1989)
5.Reputation (1990)
6.I Want To Stay Here (1990)
7.Dusty Springfield and Daryl Hall: Wherever Would I Be (1995) / Roll Away (1995)
8.BPI MUSIC AWARDS: (BBC1) Pet Shop Boys with Dusty Springfield What Have I Done To Deserve This? (1988)
The Magic of Dusty Springfield includes CDs 1, 2 and 4, and DVD 1.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ~Dusty Springfield magical treasure~Bravo! 20 décembre 2013
Par Bradly Briggs - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Legendary singing icon Dusty Springfield had an incomparable extraordinary career spanning four decades being The Diva of them all always in a special class by herself, nobody more deserving of a lavish Box Set grandiose scope of "Goin' Back The Definitive Dusty Springfield" containing four captivating compact discs, three DVD's filled with amazing performances along with two picture/information packed books, all packaged beautifully befitting the luminous lady in gorgeous pink box (Dusty always looked smashing in pink!) with everything a neat fit & easily removed...great care given to every detail with inner sleeves for each disc, something often missing these days in large sets causing discs to be easily damaged. Each book contains a wealth of information about everything Dusty with dozens of gorgeous career-spanning photographs in both color and black & white...had forgotten exact year experiencing Dusty in double headlining bill with Peter Allen at Los Angeles Greek Theater, not to worry 8/22/80 was the date complete with song list bringing back memories of a wondrous event, looking sexy & more beautiful than ever, Dusty was a vision in electric blue sequined dress singing fiery & passionate with so much soul being totally brilliant to watch, experience still vivid all these years later and what a dream of a double bill.
In the beginning of the great musical sixties, Dusty's unique soulful voice stood out as lead in "The Springfields" then not long after burst on the scene as solo artist with mega-hit "I Only Want To Be With You" opening Disc One: The Hits. Over next thirty plus years Dusty had a total of twenty-eight Top 50 hits that ran through in to the nineties with Pet Shop Boys produced hits very successful throughout Europe only, sadly American Radio abruptly stopped playing Dusty on the radio during release of "A Brand New Me" around the time (1970) during this homophobic era first article appeared spreading like wildfire when Dusty boldly mentioned gay issue way before anyone else dared, appears as though a backlash caused less seventies and eighties output that otherwise would have happened had the grand singer received much deserved airplay for all the classic things she did record that most definitely were filled with numerous potential Top Ten hits...thankfully not all was lost as PSB duet mega-hit "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" took Dusty on both sides of the Atlantic to top of the charts were she belonged, hits continued in Europe to the end making the "Legend Of Dusty Springfield" artistically relevant to the end, accolades such as much deserved induction to "Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame" finally came, as a musical artist of merit doesn't get better than that. To sample and experience some of the vast wealth of incredible material Dusty recorded from the seventies & eighties, another extraordinary Box Set "Simply...Dusty" covers this period with sublime selections from each release while "Goin' Back" goes down another road with each disc thematic starting with "Disc One : The Hits" beginning with "I Only Want To Be With You" in 1963 through glorious Daryl Hall 1995 duet tour-de-force "Wherever Would I Be", fascinating re-mixes make up "Disc Two: Rarities" demonstrating once again the fantasic singer could sing anything while making everything definitive, mesmerizing live takes in "Disc Three: Live at the BBC" simmer & soar, then captivating "Disc Four: Stage & Screen" performances all add to four Compact Disc's that are a pleasure and joy to experience over and over again, in addition three amazing DVD's packed with hours of performing magic will be complete viewing pleasure for new and long time Dusty fans alike, many will be amazed how Dusty seized the opportunity to show her range in her live TV Series standing tall as one of the greatest ever regular series showcasing a musical artist...phenomenal appearance on "The Tom Jones Show" find Dusty incredible "I Am Woman" performance a must-see spectacular standout, along with stellar "Since I Fell For You" glorious vocal performance it is clear by the early seventies her unique mesmerizing artistry reached a new level of grandeur taking one to euphoric heights not before experienced, highly creative engrossing music videos are nothing less than spectacular with rare Daryl Hall duet gem "Wherever Would I Be" showing a missed opportunity for a Top Ten hit had radio programmed this classic as it should have, wow "when will they ever learn"...truly one can "live it up" experiencing BBC sessions where the incredible singer takes us on a vocal journey never before experienced, this legendary lady is the ultimate and experiencing these wonderful DVD treasures will be ultimate experience for true lovers of wonders in music that are a rare breed, becomes clear in this musical extravaganza Dusty Springfield is among the elite few...
Easy to get lost for days in this magical musical treasure, any long time Dusty Springfield fan will want this spectacular release giving hours of pleasure while still available yet now on limited basis at reasonable prices, like all releases by the great singer when no longer available price will soar like her sensational voice, decided best avoid this usual situation and happily totally enjoying this lavish collection all remastered to prefection and the Dusty fest goes on and on...
Love and miss you forever Dusty & RIP
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 5 Star Dusty in a 3 Star Box 17 décembre 2011
Par Rose Banks - Publié sur
Format: CD
I'm a big Dusty fan but this release has left me with a sour taste in my mouth. Firstly I really don't like the cheap candy pink colour of the packaging & I haven't a clue how I'll file it. It reminds me of a shirt box. Secondly, considering its £100 price tag there's no glamour, no feel of luxury, no essence of Dusty just disappointment. Finally, the music is of course faultless.

The booklet has some lovely photographs and very nice tributes from friends and admirers but there are some errors. Disc 2 are the rarities most of which really aren't but I knew that before I bought it. The stripped back version of 'Goin' Back' is simply wonderful. Dusty's voice floats over the arrangement like a light breeze. The DVDs are nice enough although I really have little interest in the Springfields. The majority of Dusty's performances I have seen many tines before.

Even for the most ardent fans like me there is little to keep my interest in what I consider to be a commercial rip at even half the price. Previous multi CD sets like 'The Legend Of Dusty Springfield' and 'Simply Dusty' are far superior and more 'definitive' so I'd recommend those and avoid this! As for DVD's 'Dusty At The BBC' is the best.

I regret buying this and should not have let my heart rule my head. I expected better and I'm sure that Dusty would agree as she was very protective of her fans.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 You dont have to say you "LOVE IT" 1 janvier 2012
Par Anton Bolton - Publié sur
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I Waited patiently for this enormous Box Set to arrive with delay after delay, and was a little worried that i had bought my self a donkey with the reviews i had seen. However , it is a stunning piece and for anyone not having discovered the many facets of Dusty's musical styling,s then it must have been an amazing discovery, for me YES its got little of anything new as i am and always have been an avid collector of everything dusty, and have all the box sets , and most of the CDs and loads of original Vinyl, but i love the whole look of it.
My feelings on what could have been better, 1 Box color should have been Dusty,s favorite color
2 They missed a huge chance to throw something in a little radical, (anyone seen the Liza Minnelli Results re-issue?),
well where is the bonus disc of "Club Dusty"
Including 12" Versions of, Baby Blue, Reputation, In Private, That's the kind of love, Born this way,Whats it gonna Be,Donnez Moi Etc they could easily have done this , and i love her danced up stuff as much as the whole of Dusty's classics,and its VASTLY UNDERLOOKED. The only tracks that i have never liked-are Crumbs off the table , and Natchez Trace (GRRR)missing here other than that , i really am pleased it was my Christmas treat to myself. The DVDs and Live tracks are great and THERE are some tracks that i have not heard and seen before, so HUGE bonus for me, all in all , if you love collecting go for it , if you want to discover Dusty go for it , but there is very little not that has not been done before , Well done to all concerned tho the price was an ouch AT HMV they were asking £150 OMG . Enjoy listen chill and remember
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The last great Dusty Springfield boxed set to end all box sets 27 juillet 2015
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
This set of Dusty's body of musical works is the best of the box sets produced, of which there have been several: The Legend of Dusty Springfield, The Magic of Dusty Springfield, and The Silver Collection. You'll get three DVDs along with four audio disks. The set of music disks is lifted straight from The Magic Of Dusty Springfield, so if you have that already, you might consider trying to locate a few of the available videos of Dusty to add to your "Magic" boxed set. Not sure why they repackaged the "Magic" for "Goin' Back: the Definitive Dusty Springfield", but that's the way it turned out. I have been collecting Dusty's albums and tracks for years, and even after a pretty complete collection I found 35 tracks I'd never heard from "Goin' Back". The collector knows that in 1994, "Goin' Back" was one of her albums, so don't confuse the two. If you just want her hits or a best of collections, get the 1994 copy. If you can't get enough of Dusty, get the box (and you'll still want more, even after that). She is truly superb on every track and the production quality is excellent. It just doesn't get better than this.
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