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Traveling Wilburys "Volume 1" & "Volume 3" with DVD due 06/12/07

Old 06-13-07, 04:41 AM
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It's on the Certificate of Authenticity.
Ah, thanks, Mine is 38196.
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Originally Posted by brianluvdvd
By the way...what's everyone's favorite Wilburys' song?
"Not Alone Any More". Roy sounded great and it's difficult not to shed a tear listening to the song knowing he's gone.


Oh, I got number 25955.
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Old 06-13-07, 09:39 PM
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Old 06-13-07, 10:06 PM
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Wasn't my fault! They only had one at the store.
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Old 06-13-07, 10:15 PM
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Yeah, so did mine. I don't know if that means they're selling well or they only ordered one.
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Best Buy's website has it listed as backordered. I was thinking of buying online and selecting in-store pick-up and get it this weekend because I wasn't sure if I was gonna go to the store today. After I saw it was backordered I decided to hit the store because they might be hard to find.
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Old 06-13-07, 11:58 PM
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... just about everywhere i've looked online already has it backordered. rhino's website says "item not found".... my guess is that people probably anticipate this to be an as hot if not hotter collector's item than the original volume 1 release.

found it at FYE.com for 31.98 + 3.00 rebate. not too shabby with free google checkout shipping!
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Old 06-14-07, 10:15 AM
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Originally Posted by brianluvdvd
By the way...what's everyone's favorite Wilburys' song?

Mine is an obvious Jeff Lynne song from Volume 3 entitled "New Blue Moon".

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Tweeter and The Monkey Man is also my favorite song.
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I will be boring and say "Handle with Care" is my favorite.
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Old 06-14-07, 02:55 PM
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Not Alone Any More. Sounds like a classic Orbison song.
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Old 06-14-07, 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Hollowgen
any places offering a good price on this???
$19.99 at Costco is the best I've seen. Regualr version, not limited.
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Old 06-15-07, 12:58 AM
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$19.99 at Costco is the best I've seen. Regualr version, not limited.
$17.99 at Circuit City.
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Originally Posted by Gerry P.
$17.99 at Circuit City.
That's what I did. I'd have liked the limited edition, but there's no way I could see spending more than double the money for basically the same thing. I only heard Vol. 3 once years and years ago, and I had Vol. 1 (in a manner of speaking) from a friend. It's nice to have this set now.
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Old 06-15-07, 01:29 PM
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I love Volume 3 but where's George? He hardly did any vocals on it.
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Originally Posted by cungar
I love Volume 3 but where's George? He hardly did any vocals on it.
Neither did Roy.




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Old 06-15-07, 06:13 PM
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I've owned the original CDs since they were initially released but couldn't resist picking this set up for the remastered sound and DVD, esp. since the Circuit City price was so low. I just watched the DVD last night and it is a very nice, if short, documentary with home movie footage from the recording sessions for the first album. The love and respect the guys had for one another is obvious. Well worth the purchase even if you already own the albums.
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Old 06-15-07, 10:39 PM
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The CDs sound fine, but the DVD gets a big thumbs down from me for having the (4:3) material cropped to fill a 16x9 screen. The videos are definitely cropped, and I seriously doubt that the documentary footage shot on video in 1988 was intended to be "matted" to 16x9. Otherwise it's great, and I'd still recommend it just for the CDs.
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I totally forgot that this was coming out today. I better go and find the special edition set tomorrow.
Finally bought the Limited Edition set today and my certificate of authenticity states that is number #988.
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I was watching VH-1 Classics the other day, and they played the video for Handle With Care. I owned the original CD for years, but never figured who was the lead singer on that song (or wasn't interested in knowing at the time) - so when I finally saw the video the other day, I was amazed to see it was George Harrison.

I don't know if Harrison wrote the song, or what, but despite the fact that the chorus with all the other Wilburys sound like "drunk karaoke" and ruin it, Harrison's lead vocals are terrific. Its a shame he didn't have music like this on his albums (damn you, Phil Spector).

Anyway, I will pick this up (regular, not deluxe - I have no use for pictures). I never heard any songs from Vol.3, so I hope to discover a gem or two.
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Old 08-23-07, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Buttmunker
I was watching VH-1 Classics the other day, and they played the video for Handle With Care. I owned the original CD for years, but never figured who was the lead singer on that song (or wasn't interested in knowing at the time) - so when I finally saw the video the other day, I was amazed to see it was George Harrison.
Geez really? I always thought it was pretty obvious who did the solo vocals on that track. Harrison has one of the most identifiable voices in rock.
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Old 08-23-07, 11:40 AM
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When the disc came out I was 18 years old, and I was never a big music fan at the time. I remember buying it because of Tom Petty, and his voice is obviously identifiable.

I was not into the Beatles or George Harrison until much later (big expert now!)
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Old 08-23-07, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Buttmunker
I don't know if Harrison wrote the song, or what, but despite the fact that the chorus with all the other Wilburys sound like "drunk karaoke" and ruin it, Harrison's lead vocals are terrific. Its a shame he didn't have music like this on his albums (damn you, Phil Spector).
You need to pick up the album Cloud Nine ASAP.
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Originally Posted by Suprmallet
You need to pick up the album Cloud Nine ASAP.
Seconded! And they have a nice new edition out now with extra songs.

Speaking of...where the hell is Jeff Lynne currently? Producing for anyone? New solo or ELO album? Anything? I have all the newly ELO remastered stuff now with all the extras and need a new Lynne fix.
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Old 08-23-07, 08:49 PM
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Cloud Nine thirded. Not a great album overall, but I like "When We was Fab", "Got My Mind Set on You", and "This is Love".
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By the way...what's everyone's favorite Wilburys' song?
"End of the Line" and "Margarita".
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