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The group's entire Atlantic Records output 1965-1971. 152 carefully remastered tracks across seven compact discs. The first four albums presented in both stereo and mono, along with significant single edits and foreign language versions. For the first time on any Rascals re-issue, 14 previously unreleased tracks. 60-page booklet with detailed notes and rare illustrations from The Rascals Archives. In the mid-1960s, the Rascals fused the best of rock and soul with memorable hits like 'Good Lovin' and 'I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore", and they remain the most beloved of acts of that era. The electrifying quartet of Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati, Gene Cornish and Dino Danelli defined the term blue-eyed soul. As the hits mounted up, the group expanded their musical horizons and revealed a powerful songcraft with introspective originals 'Groovin' and 'How Can I Be Sure,' future standards both. And their 1968 smashes 'A Beautiful Morning' and 'People Got To Be Free' remain among the greatest celebrations of peace and harmony ever cut to disc. Although the Rascals are principally remembered for their singles, their albums were also studded with gems, and showcased not just their signature rock and R&B styles but also a progressive exploration of jazz, Eastern modes, psychedelia and other diverse styles. This set presents the full complement of their cornerstone Atlantic recordings, featuring the band's seven LPs for the label -the first four in both mono and stereo variations-along with assorted non-LP singles, foreign language versions and, for the very first time on a Rascals reissue, 14 previously unreleased tracks. 'It's Wonderful' is the definitive compendium of the group's first five years 1965-1970, charting their growth from New York club band to international superstars. Compiled and suitably remastered by Alec Palao, this major refurbishment of their catalogue leaves no stone unturned. A nearly 10,000-word essay by Richie Unterberger provides an in-depth account of their career, and is supplanted by an extensive session history and copious illustrations from the Rascals Archives. All housed in a deluxe, handsomely appointed box art directed and designed by Steve Stanley.
The group's entire Atlantic Records output 1965-1971. 152 carefully remastered tracks across seven compact discs. The first four albums presented in both stereo and mono, along with significant single edits and foreign language versions. For the first time on any Rascals re-issue, 14 previously unreleased tracks. 60-page booklet with detailed notes and rare illustrations from The Rascals Archives. In the mid-1960s, the Rascals fused the best of rock and soul with memorable hits like 'Good Lovin' and 'I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore", and they remain the most beloved of acts of that era. The electrifying quartet of Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati, Gene Cornish and Dino Danelli defined the term blue-eyed soul. As the hits mounted up, the group expanded their musical horizons and revealed a powerful songcraft with introspective originals 'Groovin' and 'How Can I Be Sure,' future standards both. And their 1968 smashes 'A Beautiful Morning' and 'People Got To Be Free' remain among the greatest celebrations of peace and harmony ever cut to disc. Although the Rascals are principally remembered for their singles, their albums were also studded with gems, and showcased not just their signature rock and R&B styles but also a progressive exploration of jazz, Eastern modes, psychedelia and other diverse styles. This set presents the full complement of their cornerstone Atlantic recordings, featuring the band's seven LPs for the label -the first four in both mono and stereo variations-along with assorted non-LP singles, foreign language versions and, for the very first time on a Rascals reissue, 14 previously unreleased tracks. 'It's Wonderful' is the definitive compendium of the group's first five years 1965-1970, charting their growth from New York club band to international superstars. Compiled and suitably remastered by Alec Palao, this major refurbishment of their catalogue leaves no stone unturned. A nearly 10,000-word essay by Richie Unterberger provides an in-depth account of their career, and is supplanted by an extensive session history and copious illustrations from the Rascals Archives. All housed in a deluxe, handsomely appointed box art directed and designed by Steve Stanley.
5013929066021

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Format: CD
Label: NOW SOUNDS
Rel. Date: 05/31/2024
UPC: 5013929066021

Complete Atlantic Recordings (Box) (Uk)
Artist: Rascals
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Slow Down
2. Baby Let's Wait
3. Just a Little
4. I Believe
5. Do You Feel It
6. Good Lovin'
7. Like a Rolling Stone
8. Mustang Sally
9. I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
10. In the Midnight Hour
11. Slow Down
12. Baby Let's Wait
13. Just a Little
14. I Believe
15. Do You Feel It
16. Good Lovin'
17. Like a Rolling Stone
18. Mustang Sally
19. I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
20. In the Midnight Hour
21. Mustang Sally (Unedited Version - Previously Unissued)
22. What Is the Reason
23. Since I Fell for You
24. Lonely Too Long
25. No Love to Give
26. Mickey's Monkey/Love Lights
27. Come on Up
28. Too Many Fish in the Sea
29. More
30. Nineteen Fifty-Six
31. Love Is a Beautiful Thing
32. Land of 1000 Dances 12 What Is the Reason
33. Since I Fell for You
34. Lonely Too Long
35. No Love to Give
36. Mickey's Monkey/Love Lights
37. Come on Up
38. Too Many Fish in the Sea
39. More
40. Nineteen Fifty-Six
41. Love Is a Beautiful Thing
42. Land of 1000 Dances
43. Good Lovin' (Alternate Version - Previously Unissued)
44. Marryin' Kind of Love (Previously Unissued)
45. Temptation's 'Bout to Get Me (Early Version - Previously Unissued)
46. I've Been Lonely Too Long (Mono Single Edit)
47. A Girl Like You
48. Find Somebody
49. I'm So Happy Now
50. Sueño
51. How Can I Be Sure
52. Groovin'
53. If You Knew
54. I Don't Love You Anymore
55. You Better Run
56. A Place in the Sun
57. It's Love
58. A Girl Like You
59. Find Somebody
60. I'm So Happy Now
61. Sueño
62. How Can I Be Sure
63. Groovin'
64. If You Knew
65. I Don't Love You Anymore
66. You Better Run
67. A Place in the Sun
68. It's Love
69. I'm So Happy Now (Underdub - Previously Unissued)
70. I Don't Love You Anymore (Alternate Take - Previously Unissued)
71. If You Knew (Rehearsal - Previously Unissued)

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The group's entire Atlantic Records output 1965-1971. 152 carefully remastered tracks across seven compact discs. The first four albums presented in both stereo and mono, along with significant single edits and foreign language versions. For the first time on any Rascals re-issue, 14 previously unreleased tracks. 60-page booklet with detailed notes and rare illustrations from The Rascals Archives. In the mid-1960s, the Rascals fused the best of rock and soul with memorable hits like 'Good Lovin' and 'I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore", and they remain the most beloved of acts of that era. The electrifying quartet of Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati, Gene Cornish and Dino Danelli defined the term blue-eyed soul. As the hits mounted up, the group expanded their musical horizons and revealed a powerful songcraft with introspective originals 'Groovin' and 'How Can I Be Sure,' future standards both. And their 1968 smashes 'A Beautiful Morning' and 'People Got To Be Free' remain among the greatest celebrations of peace and harmony ever cut to disc. Although the Rascals are principally remembered for their singles, their albums were also studded with gems, and showcased not just their signature rock and R&B styles but also a progressive exploration of jazz, Eastern modes, psychedelia and other diverse styles. This set presents the full complement of their cornerstone Atlantic recordings, featuring the band's seven LPs for the label -the first four in both mono and stereo variations-along with assorted non-LP singles, foreign language versions and, for the very first time on a Rascals reissue, 14 previously unreleased tracks. 'It's Wonderful' is the definitive compendium of the group's first five years 1965-1970, charting their growth from New York club band to international superstars. Compiled and suitably remastered by Alec Palao, this major refurbishment of their catalogue leaves no stone unturned. A nearly 10,000-word essay by Richie Unterberger provides an in-depth account of their career, and is supplanted by an extensive session history and copious illustrations from the Rascals Archives. All housed in a deluxe, handsomely appointed box art directed and designed by Steve Stanley.
        
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