By The truck 1948
If you know about the time the song came out you will know the songs is the move and the time
I wrote a review. Why not publish?
Great album, terrible pricing
By A User 1001101001
Like they all say, great album but terrible pricing choice.
This is a rating section, rating the music , not the I-Tunes complaint section. I've heard of songs being changed and edited from the version you've come to love and know , thus deserving comment ,but think about it , "Alice's Restaurant" is 18 minutes long , you pay more , yes , but that song ,ALLLLL 18 minutes of it, is yours til you die! Surely you will get your moneys worth out of it , and maybe you'll get to love a couple other cuts. We could argue why some artists songs are 99c and others $1.29 . It's the old "why buy the cow when you could get the 18 minute song for $1.29". I wish it was free , but at the end of that song, after you've played it for the umpteenth time , i think it would be worth it. I -Tunes ...NOT perfect ,missing out on a LOT of cool stuff, but having music available ,literally at you fingertips is still a thrill for this aged music lover. Don't get me started! Peace and Love
Alices Massacree song only
13 years ago people complained this was “album only” purchase, time doesn’t change the opinion. Get it available as a song. You, and the artist would have many more downloads. What’s the deal??
I’ve never been happier
this reminds me of childhood and of times before my birth and i hope it lasts for forever after i’m dead because this song reminds me of true happiness
We have to buy the entire album for one good song?
I'll pass and get it elsewhere. Big no bueno.
I thought iTunes was meant so you could buy one song if you wanted to buy one song. That they wouldn’t make you buy the whole album
FREE WITH AMAZON PRIME
after paying $1.99 for the updated version (not as good) I found it free on Amazon Musiz
$9.99 for really one song? No way!!!
Sorry but to shell out $9.98 for basically one song is an absolute travesty. Shame on you Warner Bros. and iTunes. I'll just watch the YouTube version for free