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Pretty Ballerina - The Left Banke - Walk Away Renee Pretty Ballerina (CD)


2005
Label: Common Folk - CFBOAK10052/3 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock •
Pretty Ballerina - The Left Banke - Walk Away Renee Pretty Ballerina (CD)

LP , B The Left Banke. Walk Away Renee / Pretty Ballerina ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Sundazed Music, Smash Records (4), Universal Music Special Markets. LP , B

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Walk Away Renée/Pretty Ballerina is the debut studio album by the American baroque pop band the Left Banke, released in February Named after its two hit singles, "Walk Away Renée" and "Pretty Ballerina", it peaked at number 67 on the Billboard Albums chart. Although the album was not widely popular upon its initial release, and fell into relative obscurity for a time, it is now viewed.

Walk Away, Renee and Pretty Ballerina sound as fresh, baroque, and tastefully soulful as ever, and the rest of the disc is of a piece. So glad to have this one back in my collection. Recommended '60s listening/5().

The Left Banke – Walk Away Renée / Pretty Ballerina. The Left Banke. –. Walk Away Renée / Pretty Ballerina. Label: Sundazed Music – SC , Universal Music Special Markets – SC Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Country.


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Comments on 'Pretty Ballerina - The Left Banke - Walk Away Renee Pretty Ballerina (CD)' (2)

  1. Dalkis says:

    Released in , this album is basically about their two hits, "Walk Away Renée" and "Pretty Ballerina," filled out with some period material, which is better than you might expect. There are no extras. It's just a straight vinyl-to-CD deal clocking in at under 30 minutes/5().

  2. Garn says:

     · Walk Away Renée/Pretty Ballerina is hardly unusual for a rock album of the era in that most of the tracks were dominated by session musicians rather than actual bandmembers, and in many respects, this album was a triumph for the producers and arrangers (among them Steve Jerome and John Abbott, along with Lookofsky) as much as the band, but they also gave this LP a remarkably diverse /10().

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