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Old 05-17-2011, 07:29 AM
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My favorite FM-solo-outing is 'In the Meantime.'
-Joanne (from Cape Cod)
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Old 05-17-2011, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by nicepace View Post
My favorite FM-solo-outing is 'In the Meantime.'

Interesting choice! I'm not a Christine McVie fan but personally I'd pick her 1984 album as the best of her solo work.
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:03 PM
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Default I don't think God will mind...

Originally Posted by chriskisn View Post
I'd suspect that the CD version is a bootleg (kind of like the self-titled album that you can buy - looks professional until you look closely). It is a great album but I can't see it ever making it on to an official release.

If anyone wants an mp3 version of JS & Children of God, PM me (and hope the gods don't strike me down). Quality ain't that great but you got to take what you can get sometimes.
The CD's would have to be bootleg as the masters were long ago destoyed by a fire. The mp3's that I downloaded sound pretty good. I don't know who did the work of conversion but they must have had a clean vinyl to work from and or just good software. The single "Can You Hear the Song" is a remix from the original masters as the engineer added some effect to the lead guitar and I think the mix is a little brighter. I would love to find that in mp3 form. I lost my copy of the vinyl many years ago from moving around a lot so the mp3s were nice to find. -gman
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