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The Traveling Wilburys Collection (Remastered) [Bonus Video Version]


Download links and information about The Traveling Wilburys Collection (Remastered) [Bonus Video Version] by The Traveling Wilburys. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:06:07 minutes.

Artist: The Traveling Wilburys
Release date: 1988
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:06:07
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No. Title Length
1. Handle With Care 3:19
2. Dirty World 3:29
3. Rattled 2:59
4. Last Night 3:51
5. Not Alone Any More 3:24
6. Congratulations 3:29
7. Heading for the Light 3:36
8. Margarita 3:16
9. Tweeter and the Monkey Man 5:27
10. End of the Line 3:27
11. Maxine (Previously Unissued) 2:49
12. Like a Ship (Previously Unissued) 3:32
13. She's My Baby 3:15
14. Inside Out 3:35
15. If You Belonged to Me 3:13
16. The Devil's Been Busy 3:18
17. 7 Deadly Sins 3:16
18. Poor House 3:16
19. Where Were You Last Night? 3:04
20. Cool Dry Place 3:35
21. New Blue Moon 3:20
22. You Took My Breath Away 3:21
23. Wilbury Twist 2:56
24. Nobody's Child 3:28
25. Runaway 2:32
26. The True History of the Traveling Wilburys (Documentary) 24:56
27. Handle With Care 3:16
28. End of the Line 3:27
29. She's My Baby 3:12
30. Inside Out 3:33
31. Wilbury Twist (2007 Version) 2:56



The accidental formation of this superstar line-up in the late ‘80s made things casual enough that no one jockeyed for better position and a sense of fun prevailed throughout. George Harrison had been looking to record a B-side when his famous friends Jeff Lynne, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty showed up and ended up recording an entire debut album. That first album, Volume One, contains an infectious energy of solid camaraderie as the band performs folk-rock, Beatlesque pop and rockabilly with easy authority (“Handle With Care,” “End of the Line”) and a tad too much late ‘80s production (courtesy of Lynne). Dylan’s “Tweeter and the Monkey Man” and Orbison’s “Not Alone Any More” remain the riveting standouts. Orbison sadly passed before the follow-up Volume Three was recorded and the album suffered some in his absence. The Traveling Wilburys Collection includes the original and bonus tracks from both albums, plus a Traveling Wilburys documentary and five additional videos.