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Randy Newman - Guilty: 30 Years Of Randy Newman [BOX SET] New Links

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Randy Newman - Guilty: 30 Years Of Randy Newman [BOX SET] New Links

Randy Newman - Guilty: 30 Years Of Randy Newman [BOX SET]
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Randy Newman - Guilty: 30 Years Of Randy Newman [BOX SET] New Links


Disc: 1
1. Love Storm (You And Me)
2. Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad
3. Cowboy
4. The Beehive State
5. I Think It's Going To Rain Today
6. Davy The Fat Boy
7. Have You Seen My Baby
8. Let's Burn Down The Cornfield
9. Mama Told Me Not To Come
10. Suzanne
11. Old Kentucky Home
12. Sail Away
13. Lonely At The Top
14. Last Night I Had A Dream
15. Political Science
16. Burn On
17. MemoTo My Son
18. You Can Leave Your Hat On
19. God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)
20. Rednecks
21. Birmingham
22. Marie
23. Guilty
24. Louisiana 1927
25. Kingfish
26. Baltimore
27. Rider In The Rain

Disc: 2
1. Short People
2. Little Criminals
3. In Germany Before The War
4. I'll Be Home
5. It's Money That I Love
6. Ghosts
7. The Girls In My Life (Part I)
8. William Brown
9. I Love L.A.
10. Mikey's
11. My Life Is Good
12. Miami
13. Real Emotional Girl
14. Take Me Back
15. Song For The Dead
16. Dixie Flyer
17. New Orleans Wins The War
18. Four Eyes
19. It's Money That Matters
20. I Want You To Hurt Like I Do
21. Can't Keep A Good Man Down
22. Bleeding All Over The Place (Alternate Mix)
23. Happy Ending

Disc: 3
1. Golden Gridiron Boy
2. Vine Street (Demo)
3. Love Is Blind (Demo)
4. Don't Ruin Our Happy Home (Demo)
5. The Goat
6. Gone Dead Train
7. Tickle Me (Live)
8. Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong (Live)
9. Yellow Man (Live)
10. Magic In The Moonlight (Live)
11. Beat Me Baby (Live)
12. Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear
13. Let Me Go
14. Jesus In The Summertime (Demo)
15. Going Home (1918) (Demo)
16. Interiors (Demo)
17. Pretty Boy
18. Something To Sing About (Demo)
19. The Ballad Of The Three Amingos (Demo)
20. My Little Buttercup (Demo)
21. Blue Shadows On The Trail (Demo)
22. Happy (Demo)
23. The Longest Night (Demo)
24. Days Of Heaven (Demo)
25. What Have You Done To Me (Demo)
26. Masteman And Baby (Demo)
27. Lines In The Sand
28. Gainsville (Demo)
29. Feels Like Home (Live)
30. My Name Is James (Demo)
31. Laugh And Be Happy (Demo)

Disc: 4
1. Rev Running
2. Change Your Way
3. Clef Club No.1
4. Clef Club No.2
5. Ragtime
6. Prologue 1915-1923
7. The Natural
8. Introduction/I Love To See You Smile
9. Kevin's Party (Cowboy Gil)
10. 1914
11. End Titles
12. Leonard
13. Dexter's Tune
14. Clocks
15. Make Up Your Mind
16. Opening
17. Tartime De Merde
18. You've Got A Friend In Me
19. Woody And Buzz
20. I Will Go Sailing No More
21. Heaven Is My Home
22. Main Title
23. Clouds
24. Good News

Randy Newman's three-decades-plus career proves at least one thing: an articulate, bespectacled fellow seated at a piano–a Southern Californian, no less!–can be damn dangerous. In a civil sort of way. This four-disc overview of Newman's fitful but ultimately brilliant career offers a portal into Newman the solo artist, the film composer, and the for-hire songwriter. Discs 1 and 2 (for old fans, the least rewarding of the lot) serve as a greatest hits package–greatest hits being a relative term ("Short People," "I Love L.A.," "Mama Told Me Not to Come," and a few others qualify as commercial successes). Newman's trademark style–mouthing the skewed views of twisted protagonists (including God and Satan)–surfaces in songs old and new. The guardian of an obese boy who puts his charge to work as a freak narrates "Davy the Fat Boy." "Let's Burn Down the Cornfield," "Suzanne," and "You Can Leave Your Hat On" explore perversion; "Rednecks" and "Sail Away" deal with bigotry; "Real Emotional Girl" and "I Want You to Hurt Like I Do" explore wanton cruelty. Disc 3 is littered with fascinating flotsam, beginning with 1962's bewilderingly boyish "Golden Gridiron Boy" (coproduced by Pat Boone!) and tailing into a slew of brooding but truly extraordinary solo demos. Despite his sardonic nature, the Newman of "Gainesville," "Feels Like Home," and "My Name Is James" summons true pathos. Disc 4 samples nine Newman soundtracks, including the orchestral scores to Ragtime, The Natural ("heromuzik," opines the composer), and Toy Story. Guilty is an appreciation of an artist who defies admiration. Here, however, the evidence is overwhelming. –Steven Stolder