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WTH??? Best of everything 11/9/18??

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3 hours ago, chimera said:

3) The family and band mates (and me) were involved in the track selection and order.

 I hope it's not just box sets in the future or padding discs out with deep cuts.

 I'd prefer unreleased tracks either grouped chronologically to show progression or fit together as an album would. If it is box sets then good thing libraries get copies.

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^ A few reasons probably - there are completists out there that just need to have everything.  And these songs are all remastered, I believe. There will be a hi-res version I'm sure, so the typical compression applied to music in the last 30 years will be (mostly) removed - which should reveal nuances that weren't audible before.  And yes, the 2 new songs will be enough for many people to justify the purchase. 

I'm just spitballing, and I haven't decided if I'm buying or not, but I might.  In reality, this set is geared toward people that don't have everything already, and maybe never saw the band in concert. 

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2 hours ago, TomFest said:

^ A few reasons probably - there are completists out there that just need to have everything.  And these songs are all remastered, I believe. There will be a hi-res version I'm sure, so the typical compression applied to music in the last 30 years will be (mostly) removed - which should reveal nuances that weren't audible before.  And yes, the 2 new songs will be enough for many people to justify the purchase. 

I'm just spitballing, and I haven't decided if I'm buying or not, but I might.  In reality, this set is geared toward people that don't have everything already, and maybe never saw the band in concert. 

Fair enough.

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On 10/9/2018 at 6:10 PM, TomFest said:

^ A few reasons probably - there are completists out there that just need to have everything.  And these songs are all remastered, I believe. There will be a hi-res version I'm sure, so the typical compression applied to music in the last 30 years will be (mostly) removed - which should reveal nuances that weren't audible before.  And yes, the 2 new songs will be enough for many people to justify the purchase. 

I'm just spitballing, and I haven't decided if I'm buying or not, but I might.  In reality, this set is geared toward people that don't have everything already, and maybe never saw the band in concert. 


New liner notes, too. That's not a big deal for most, but it may help tip a few completists and Cameron Crowe fans toward a purchase.

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On 10/20/2018 at 2:07 PM, livin´thing68 said:

The Best of Everything New release Date 02/01/19

Its still listed as the original date on Amazon and Tompetty.com  The Vinyl  is listed as 12/7/18.... where did you see that it was delayed?  I would be glad to see it delayed to give AAT more time to get out there, its a far superior package to the regurgitation. greatest hits.. 

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Listening to this brand new release during weekend.  This is actually REALLY GOOD. Hearing "Saving Grace" right after earlier songs works. Whoever "they" were, "they" did an excellent job.  One great song after another. 

I take back everything I said.  

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12 hours ago, Marion said:

If anyone wants to listen to the David Fricke interview with Adria Petty and others about the Best of Everything, I left links for a download in Best of Everything. 😊

as always YOU give us all the best Marion! :D 

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