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  • Published: [S.l.] : Rhino Records, 2007.
  • Year Published: 2007
  • Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. +
  • Language: English
  • Format: CD

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  • 081227998240



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The Traveling Wilburys collection

by Traveling Wilburys.

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Where To Find It

Call number: CD Rock Traveling Traveling

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl. CDs, Pittsfield Adult, Traverwood Adult

Additional Details

Compact disc accompanied by separate DVD.

Handle with care -- Dirty world -- Rattled -- Last night -- Not alone any more -- Congratulations -- Heading for the light -- Margarita -- Tweeter and the monkey man -- End of the line -- Maxine (bonus track) (previously unreleased) -- Like a ship (bonus track) (previously unreleased) -- She's my baby -- Inside out -- If you belonged to me -- Devil's been busy -- 7 deadly sins -- Poor house -- Where were you last night? -- Cool dry place -- New blue moon -- You took my breath away -- Wilbury twist -- Nobody's child (bonus track) -- Runaway (bonus track).

True history of the Traveling Wilburys -- Music videos -- Handle with care -- End of the line -- She's my baby -- Inside out -- Wilbury twist (2007) version.

Community Reviews

Once In A Blue Moon

Peak performances done on the down-low was what the Traveling Wilburys was all about. This supergroup has a casual quirky feeling. "Dirty World" with its goofy redneck romanticism cracks me up so much it doesn't even make me think of the talent involved. But oh, is it there. Highly recommended.

Something Quite Amazing

To an extent, I think the Wilburys were a joke taken too far. George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne (who is never mentioned without the qualifier "frontman of ELO,") all friends or at least professional acquaintances, set out to write a B-side and becoming a band with a fictional history and their own label (Wilbury Records,) what we end up with is the yardstick by which all supergroups should be measured. Whereas the general logic behind supergroups is "What if this guy from this band made a record with that guy from that band and some other dude that's really good," the Wilburys made a record very unassuming under pseudonyms (though it wasn't really a big secret.) A record whose brilliance lies in its seeming ordinariness, with songs fun, cheeky, rocking, moving, and riddled with slide guitar.

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