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Original Album Classics (I Sing The Body Electric/Sweetnighter/Mysterious Traveller/Black Market/Night Passage) (5CD set)

CD (Item 645637) Columbia (UK), 1974/1977/1980/1982/1984 — Condition: Used
5 CDs
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A decade's worth of work by Weather Report – presented in a cool package that features 5 albums in 5 tiny LP-styled sleeves! The music here captures the group at some key points in their career – the mid 70s heights of I Sing The Body Electric and Sweetnighter – and some of the tighter sounds of Black Market, Night Passage, and Mysterious Traveller from the early 80s – a time when the group were still at the top of their game, and better than most of the groups that had sprung up in their wake! The package features a whopping 35 tracks in all – super-group fusion at its best, all at a great price, with a very unique design!  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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