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Stevie Nicks Album - Enchanted

Stevie Nicks Album - Enchanted (Front side)
Album Information :
Title: Enchanted
Approx. Price:$44.98 (USD)
Release Date:
Type:Audio CD
Label:Atlantic / Wea
Customers Rating :
Average (4.9) :(124 votes)
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Track Listing :
1 - 1
1 - 2 Outside The Rain
1 - 3
1 - 4
1 - 5 Leather & Lace
1 - 6
1 - 7
1 - 8
1 - 9 Stop Draggin' My Heart Around
1 - 10 Beauty & The Beast
1 - 11
1 - 12
1 - 13 One More Big Time Rock & Roll Star
1 - 14 Blue Denim
1 - 15
2 - 1
2 - 2
2 - 3 Rock A Little (Go Ahead Lily)
2 - 4
2 - 5
2 - 6 I Can't Wait (Extended Rock Mix)
2 - 7
2 - 8
2 - 9
2 - 10
2 - 11 Destiny
2 - 12
2 - 13 Desert Angel
2 - 14
2 - 15
3 - 1
3 - 2 Long Distance Winner
3 - 3
3 - 4 Battle Of The Dragon +Video
3 - 5 Gold
3 - 6 Free Fallin'
3 - 7 It's Late
3 - 8 Violet & Blue
3 - 9 Whenever I Call You Friend
3 - 10
3 - 11
3 - 12 Gold & Braid
3 - 13 Reconsider Me
3 - 14 Somebody Stand By Me
3 - 15 Sleeping Angel +Video
3 - 16 Rhiannon (Piano Version)
Review - Product Description :
This three-disc retrospective contains eight never-before-available tracks, twenty b-sides, live and soundtrack cuts and twelve top 40 hits, including "Whenever I Call You Friend."
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 04/28/1998
Review - :
The California girl who wanted to be a Welsh witch has always been best when her mysticism and mooniness has been offset by harder-headed collaborators. Though this box set doesn't include the Fleetwood Mac stuff that made her name, it does pull together curious stuff she's done elsewhere: pre-Mac work with Lindsey Buckingham from the Buckingham Nicks days, duets with the likes of Tom Petty and Don Henley, and a few soundtrack numbers. The first two discs have everything worth saving from her five solo albums (actually, one disc would have done that too, though "Edge of Seventeen" appears in a live version rather than the hit), plus some B-sides, and the third has rarities and obscurities, including an enlightening demo of "Rhiannon." --Douglas Wolk
31 of 31 people found the following review helpful:
- A trove of treasure from a great musician

I've never understood why fans buy boxed sets. They already have the music except for the one or two new songs included (which usually aren't worth a listen). "Enchanted", however, is different. Disc three was obviously created with the buyer in mind, and I bought "Enchanted" because of that disc. I'm sure I've saved piles of money!

The songs she's released for movies ("Blue Lamp", "Battle of the Dragon", "Violet and Blue", and "Sleeping Angel" for instance) rank with some of her best tracks. However, there was no way I was ever going to shell out the bucks for all those cheesy soundtrack CDs! All these songs are included in "Enchanted".

The inclusion of "Gold and Braid" is great! I loved that performance when I first heard it, and now I have it! Plus there's "Gold", a Buckingham Nicks song, "Garbo", a remix of "I Can't Wait", and lots of other great stuff here to warrant the purchase. Even some of the tracks taken from her CDs are actually slightly altered versions of the original songs. It's like they're going out of their way to make you feel good about purchasing this!

As to the demos ("Twisted", "Sweet Girl", and "It's Late"), I was surprised how much I enjoyed these stripped down tracks. As a solo artist, I think Stevie Nicks is sometimes over-produced, and I found the simplicity and intimate energy of these straight-forward performances really refreshing. She sounded very relaxed and natural.

I would've happily paid even more if they'd added a fourth disc like disc three. They could've included the rest of Stevie's Buckingham Nicks music, "Sorcerer", the remix of "The Nightmare" from the "I Can't Wait" maxi-single, unreleased studio tracks (there must be lots), and lots of demos. I bet stripped down demos of songs like "Sister Honey" or "If I Were You" would be revelations. Or how about that FM b-side "Book of Miracles"...

But I guess they had to draw the line somewhere! Great job!

(Manassas, VA USA)
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
- Definitive Stevie Nicks, right up through 1998

Seeing as how Stevie has only released one album since 1998, the excellent _Trouble in Shangri-La_ in 2001, I think one won't go far wrong by getting that album and this box set (in fact Amazon makes it easy for you by offering just such a deal!) I said "box set" but that's a misnomer; this is really a booklet-set, with the three CD's set in the inside covers of a 64-page booklet crammed with photos in color and B&W (many of them previously unpublished when the compilation originally came out) and a complete set of lyrics for all the songs. The first two discs contain all of Stevie's solo singles (with the notable exception of "Sometimes It's A Bitch", her single off the 1991 greatest-hits compliation _Timespace_; I seem to remember Stevie saying that she really hated that title and released the song chiefly at the urging of her label executives) and B-sides, including several non-album songs that have never before been released on CD. The third disc is where a Stevie fan really hits the jackpot, because here one finds demos, unreleased songs, rare tracks from movie soundtracks, the famous "Golden Braid" which was long a staple of her live sets (here we see that the real name of the song is "Gold and Braid") and even a cover of Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'" with Stevie on guitar!

As a Stevie fan for over 20 years, I simply can't say enough good things or heap enough praise on this superb collection. If you're at all interested in Stevie Nicks, buy this item today!

(Lakewood, CO USA)
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
- No wonder it's called Enchanted!

If I were to put together a Stevie Nicks box set, this is how it would've turned out. Stevie's greatest hits are included (Stand Back, Edge of Seventeen - an amazing live version - Talk To Me) as well as many of her beautiful underrated songs (Bella Donna, Street Angel, Wild Heart). Still not convinced? This box set ALSO includes many b-sides and songs that were only available on soundtracks (Garbo, Violet and Blue, Sleeping Angel, Blue Lamp, Reconsider Me). One of the highlights is the GORGEOUS piano version of Rhiannon. This is a MUST HAVE for anyone who has every found themselves enchanted by the powerful music of Stevie Nicks!

(Monroe, CT)
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
- An "Enchanting" Selection from Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks, legendary chanteuse of Fleetwood Mac, has dazzled us once again with this three CD boxed set celebrating her amazing twenty year career. Disc one contains hits from her first few albums, including "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," her smash 1981 duet with Tom Petty, and the masterful, majestic ballad "Beauty and the Beast." Disc two includes songs from her later solo efforts, such as "Rooms on Fire," and "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for you." Of course, any true Stevie fan would go right to disc three, which contains unreleased gems like the moving "Sleeping Angel," and an amazing live version of concert favorite "Gold and Braid." "Enchanted" is a must-have for Stevie Nicks lovers-- I've owned it for a year and still haven't tired of it!

Customer review
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
- The is Stevie at her very best!

Stevie's music has always had a huge impact on my life. I've never known another artist who can touch people the same way because she always puts her complete self into her music. This box set represents the very best of Stevie's work through her years as a solo artist. It's a roller coaster ride through every human emotion possible.

You can tell she had this unique gift even as far back as when she was with Buckingham Nicks. The song, "Long Distance Winner" demonstrates the agony of being in a relationship with someone you can't reach. The previously unreleased songs "Garbo" and "One More Big Time Rock and Roll Star" show off her powerful vocal range and strong emotion and are now two of my favorite songs by her. I'm also thrilled to finally have "Gold and Braid" which is an old favorite of her fans who loved the song on her 1983 concert video, but it wasn't available on any of her other albums.

There were a couple of songs I wasn't so crazy about. Stevie's voice on "Thousand Days" and "Whole Lot of Trouble" seemed a bit "choppy", for a lack of better description (sorry Stevie). But, there were just so many other beautifully written and performed songs here that these two are barely even noticed.

An added bonus to all the wonderful music is all the beautiful pictures of Stevie that comes with it. You can flip through the pictures as you listen or sing along with all the songs because all the words are there for you. This box set is an absolute must for any Stevie fans

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