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Re-Releases of older stuff

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re: Re-Releases of older stuff

Post by Guitard » Mon Sep 26, 2005 12:42 am

Got my CDs and UK tour shirt today!!!

I listened to part of "Full Circle" on the way home from the post office. Sounds fantastic.

I opted not to get these signed because I already got a signed copy of "Real Live!" and what I really wanted was a guitar pick - because I live in Asia and don't have any opportuities to see Frank perform. I said only include it if it's not an inconvenience.

Well, as you can see from the picture I took of the "From the Hip" CD - Frank came through with my request. You will not find anyone who appreciates his fans more than Frank!

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re: Re-Releases of older stuff

Post by jamey » Mon Sep 26, 2005 5:43 am

That's pretty cool, Randy. Way to go!
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re: Re-Releases of older stuff

Post by TommyLent » Thu Oct 27, 2005 11:30 am

No Frank, the new sound has nothing to do with why you like "Full Circle" (you said you forgot how much you liked it). You like it because it's a GREAT album, although not as well known as your older ones. The title track is totally awesome. Very intense and dramatic.

I remember listening to one of my Best of Frank mixes after 9/11 and crying while listening to "Long Ago". The lyrics seemed to apply to how I (and many others) felt about what had just happened. Maybe one day you can play a song or two from that album in concert.

Take care.

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re: Re-Releases of older stuff

Post by shark » Fri Jan 13, 2006 3:22 am

sounds great!!! cant wait!!!

the only CD I'm missing is 'Maxoom'...
any chance that will be released on disc?
(or is it already?)
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Post by JaminJim » Fri Jan 13, 2006 4:59 am

shark wrote:sounds great!!! cant wait!!!

the only CD I'm missing is 'Maxoom'...
any chance that will be released on disc?
(or is it already?)
They did come out with the first 3 Mahogany Rush lp's on 2 disc's.
You can look for them. They did a good clean job. But they are not re-mastered like they claim to be.
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re: Re-Releases of older stuff

Post by EmperorIV » Mon Jan 16, 2006 7:11 pm

Frank told me when I did the interview with him back in October that JustinTime records purchased the masters to Frank's first 3 albums, so Frank can properly remix and remaster them...

Maybe we can get Graeme, Willy or Frank to verify this?
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Post by boltonboy » Tue Jan 17, 2006 12:21 am

That would be awesome!

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Post by JaminJim » Tue Jan 17, 2006 5:48 am

EmperorIV wrote:Frank told me when I did the interview with him back in October that JustinTime records purchased the masters to Frank's first 3 albums, so Frank can properly remix and remaster them...

Maybe we can get Graeme, Willy or Frank to verify this?
Scary to think what could happen to such wonderful works of art.
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