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Train Kept A Rollin'
Get Your WingsRemastered from the original source tapes!
Contains the classics Same Old Song And Dance, Train Kept A-Rollin' and Seasons of Wither
Often overshadowed by the subsequent twin highlights of Toys in the Attic and Rocks, Aerosmith's 1974 second album, Get Your Wings, is where Aerosmith became Aerosmith -- it's where they teamed up with producer Jack Douglas, it's where they shed much of their influences and developed their own trademark sound, it's where they turned into songwriters, it's where Steven Tyler unveiled his signature obsessions with sex and sleaze. Chief among these attributes may be Douglas, who either helped the band ease into the studio or captured their sound in a way their debut never did. This is a leaner, harder album, bathed in grease and layered in grit, but it's not just down to Douglas. The band itself sounds more distinctive. There are blues in Joe Perry and Joey Kramer's interplay, but this leapfrogs over blues-rock; it turns into slippery hard rock. To be sure, it's still easy to hear the Stones here, but they never really sound Stonesy; there's almost more of the Yardbirds to the way the group works the riffs, particularly evident on the cover of the early 'Birds classic The Train Kept a Rollin'. But if the Yardbirds were tight and nervy, Aerosmith is blown out and loose, the sound of excess incarnate -- that is, in every way but the writing itself, which is confident and strong, fueled by Tyler's gonzo sex drive. He is the Lord of the Thighs, playing that Same Old Song and Dance, but he also slows down enough for the eerie Seasons of Wither, a powerful slow-churning ballad whose mastery of atmosphere is a good indication of how far the band has grown. They never attempted anything quite so creepy on their debut, but it isn't just that Aerosmith is trying newer things on Get Your Wings, it's that they're doing their bloozy bluster better and bolder, which is what turns this sophomore effort into their first classic.
-All Music Guide1. Same Old Song and Dance
2. Lord of the Thighs
4. Woman of the World
5. S.O.S. (Too Bad)
6. Train Kept A-Rollin'
7. Seasons of Wither
8. Pandora's Box$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Rock 'n' Roll Party: Honoring Les Paul (Awaiting Repress)Celebrating 50 Years Of Jeff Beck At Friday Music
His 2011 Grammy Nominated Rock Album Of The Year Is Back On Limited Edition 2-LP Audiophile Vinyl
Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso
Featuring His Stunning Les Paul Tribute With Friends: Brian Setzer, Imelda May, Trombone Shorty, Gary U.s. Bonds, Darrell Higham & Jason Rebello
In 2011, Jeff Beck along with some of his good friends like Imelda May, Brian Setzer, Gary U.S. Bonds and Trombone Shorty recorded the ultimate tribute to guitar legend Les Paul. The amazing Jeff Beck live album Rock 'N' Roll Party Honoring Les Paul was captured at Les Paul's famed Iridium Nightclub. The television special and recording from it were very well received and even warranted a Grammy Nomination for Best Rock Album in 2011.
Featuring 20 incredible rock and blues workouts by Jeff Beck and Co., the crowd was treated to such rockers as The Yardbirds revisit of Train Kept A Rollin', Eddie Cochran's' Twenty Flight Rock featuring Brian Setzer and Les Paul's classic How High The Moon with Imelda May.
Even more treasures abound with rock n' soul great Gary U.S. Bonds and Jeff Beck collaborating on Bonds' 60's masterwork New Orleans, plus a powerhouse tour de force performance enthralls with Imelda and Jeff on The Ronnette's classic Walking In The Sand. This was truly one unforgettable evening of stellar listening enjoyment.
Friday Music is pleased to welcome home on audiophile vinyl Jeff Beck's Rock N Roll Party Honoring Les Paul. Mastered impeccably from the original ATCO/ Deuce Records tapes by Joe Reagoso (Jeff Beck/Johnny Winter/Tommy Bolin), this deluxe limited edition 2 LP set truly a rockin' event for the history books!
To enhance your Jeff Beck listening hours, the album is presented in a masterful gatefold cover, featuring the artwork elements from the evening as well as Les Paul tribute liner notes by Jeff Beck.LP 1
1. Double Talkin' Baby
3. The Train Kept a Rollin'
4. Cry Me a River
5. How High the Moon
6. Sitting On Top of the World
7. Bye Bye Blues
8. The World is Waiting For the Sunrise
9. Vaya Con Dios
10. Mockin' Bird Hill
1. I'm a Fool To Care
2. Tiger Rag
3. Peter Gunn
4. Rocking is Our Business
6. Sleep Walk
7. New Orleans
8. Walking In the Sand
9. Please Mr. Jailer
10. Twenty Flight Rock$44.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
All Those Wasted YearsPressed On 140-Gram Clear Vinyl
The First Live Album By Finnish Rock Band Hanoi Rocks, Originally Released In 1984
Recorded In December 1983 At The Marquee Club In London, A Year Before The Death Of Hanoi Rocks' Drummer Razzle
All Those Wasted Years is the first live album by the Finnish rock band Hanoi Rocks, released in 1984. The album was recorded in December 1983 at The Marquee Club in London, about a year before the death of Hanoi Rocks' drummer Razzle. All Those Wasted Years, shows that they were the real deal (as well as a major influence on future raunch-rockers Guns N' Roses). Nearly all of the band's best tracks are included here, such as Back to Mystery City, Motorvatin', Mental Beat, and Taxi Driver. Also included is a triple-shot encore of cover songs: Alice Cooper's Under My Wheels, the Stooges' I Feel Alright (aka 1970), and the Yardbirds/Aerosmith standard Train Kept A-Rollin'.LP 1
2. Oriental Beat
3. Back to Mystery City
5. Until I Get You
6. Mental Beat
7. Don't Never Leave Me
9. Malibu Beach Nightmare
2. 11th Street Kids
4. Lost in the City
5. Lightning Bar Blues
6. Beer and Cigarette
7. Under My Wheels
8. I Feel Alright
9. Train Kept a Rolling$37.99Colored Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Blow-Up is a soundtrack album by Herbie Hancock featuring music composed for Michelangelo Antonioni's cult film Blow-Up, released in 1966. Musically the songs evoke the ambience of swinging Sixties' London with grooves that create effective bluesy Jazz moods on the slow pieces, and funky ones on the up-tempo tracks.
The album features performances by Hancock on keys, Freddie Hubbard and Joe Newman on trumpet, Phil Woods and Joe Henderson on sax, Ron Carter on bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums. Rumours go that either the fabled Jimmy Smith or Paul Griffin played the Hammond organ on this record.
Rock fans remember the film and the soundtrack for the inclusion of a rare Yardbirds number, Stroll On (actually, an adaptation of Tiny Bradshaw's The Train Kept A-Rollin'), one of only three songs they recorded with both Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page on guitars. The bassline to Bring Down The Birds was sampled by Deee-Lite for their 1990 hit single Groove Is In The Heart featuring Bootsy Collins.1. Main Title - "Blow Up"
2. Verushka Part I
3. Verushka Part II
4. The Naked Camera
5. Bring Down The Birds
6. Jane's Theme
7. Stroll On
8. The Thief
9. The Kiss
11. Thomas Studies Photos
12. The Bed
13. End Title - "Blow Up"$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now