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50 Rockin' Instrumentals (Re-Recorded Versions)

Various Artists

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Be afraid, be VERY afraid

The bottom line to this whole controversy is that with K-Tel you usually get one of two things: 1) A rerecorded version by the original artist, as is the case with “Sleep Walk”. 2) A song made popular by a different artist, as is the case with “Apache” (Jorgen Ingmann), “The Horse” (Cliff Nobles & Co.) and “Green Onions” (Booker T. and the M.G.’s). “The Happy Organ” was indeed made popular by Dave “Baby” Cortez, but the preview is too short to be able to tell if it’s the original. Others sound as though they could possibly be the originals as well, but again, the previews are too short to tell for sure. The bottom, bottom line: K-Tel doesn’t offer too many originals; I'd look elsewhere.

BK

A sampling of several tracks tells me these are NOT the original recordings. I call attention to "Our Winter Love" and "Scorpio". Most collections from K-Tel are a waste of time and money. They have been for years.

Not The Real Deal

Most if not all of these are re-records or not the original artists. The Happy or should I say The Unhappy Organ Is definitely not the original. I have it by Rhino and this is not it!

50 Rockin' Instrumentals (Re-Recorded Versions)
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  • $15.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Oct 29, 2008

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