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Sweet William - Beaver & Krause - All Good Men (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of All Good Men on Discogs.
  2. The final collaboration between Paul Beaver and Bernie Krause finds the pair floundering wildly in search of a distinctive voice. In fact, an unwary listener coming to the album blind might assume it was an early example of the mixtape, such is its haphazard collision of styles and genres chosen seemingly to demonstrate its compiler's catholic taste.5/
  3. The material is all there, but the quality of the CD is pretty darned near terrible: some audible background hum and an occasional pop and click on the CD. this is not the best album Beaver & Krause ever devised but it does contain the single best track they ever unleashed - "Legend Days Are Over". All Good Men seemed to disappear as /5(9).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of All Good Men on Discogs/5(3).
  5. Written-By – Beaver And Krause* A3: Loves Of Col. Evol Written-By – Beaver* A4: Sweet William Written-By – Anderson*, Krause* A5: Bluebird Canyon Stomp Written-By – Beaver And Krause* A6: Looking Back Now Written-By – Anderson*, Krause* B1: Prelude Written-By – Beaver And Krause*, J.S. Bach* B2 /5(31).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Three albums on 2 discs. WEA CD release of In A Wild Sanctuary / Gandharva / All Good Men on Discogs.
  7. Like the other Beaver and Krause records, a sense of identity seems elusive; it sounds like a random selection of pieces by different, unrelated artists. The cuts I find most interesting are "Sweet William", which sounds like it could have come off an early Fairport Convention album, and "Legend Days are Over", in which spoken reminiscences by.

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