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Posted October 1, 2010
Good Music at a Reasonable Price
This anthology of Paul Revere and the Raiders (yes, although Mark Lindsay was the front man, one of the band members WAS actually named Paul Revere) is pretty good, beginning with the two songs that first got them local attention and ending with their final song as a group. All the familiar ones are included: "Kicks," one of the first anti-drug songs of the '60s; "Indian Reservation," which boosted their career when it was starting to wane, and even "Mister Sun, Mister Moon," which many listeners old enough to remember will connect with the '60s "Swingy Doll" commercials (my last day of second grade was a talent show/show-and-tell type of thing that included a Swingy in action, "dancing" to what I later learned was "Mister Sun." This CD covers all the bases and I would recommend it to those who might not want to shell out the money for the more extensive anthology.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.