Ruth Pointer calls Massachusetts home March 1, Descended from not just one — from nine Mayflower passengers June 29, Popular categories. All Rights Reserved. Sounds good, but then again, everything Joe does sounds good! But I absolutely hate it when rock artists do Christmas music lol no matter who it is.
Hey David, well to me, it just depends on who did it, why they did it, and how they did it. I agree. I want something I will listen to all year. Like Liked by 1 person. Like Like. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Unforutunately my disc was not recorded disc-at-once, so there is spaces between tracks. Keeping my eye open for a real copy of this one, since I already have Vol. Despite being sold as live in Boston , this is actually the same show as 'Bruxelles ' with a better mastering job and slightly different track listing. My brother of metal in Germany picked up this disc for me.
He said he found it for "really cheap. This particular show was broadcast worldwide. The sound quality is excellent throughout up until "Eat the Rich" where the quality drops a bit for some strange reason.
I have read that these songs are from a different concert. Track 13, I suppose, is of unknown origin. Anyhow, this disc has been mass produced and is was made in Italy. Stop Messin' Around" However each are on a different record label, each have a different name, completely different cover art, and each contain slightly different set lists.
This CD and show is a complete mystery to me. Unfortunately no information is given about the recording at all. I also wasn't able to find any information on-line about this CD at all.
None of the various Aerosmith bootleg sites even have it listed. Even the title of this release is confusing. The front cover says it's called "Livin' on the Edge" but the side says "Live World". There is a more well known bootleg called "Livin' on the Edge", and this isn't that recording. The song names are given in both English and some sort of Oriental writing.
As well, one of the two spines has the title written in oriental letters. However, the CD itself says "Printed in Australia ". As seems to be the case with bootlegs, the packaging is brilliant featuring a live photo of a festival crowd in front of a stage that features some other band, other than Aerosmith.
The front cover features an expensive five color printing, including a metallic Pantone ink. Unfortunately there are no liner notes printed on the inside of the insert. Regardless of the origins of this CD, the songs here are excellent. I have to believe that the songs are taken from various shows, only because I've not seen Aerosmith perform a set list like this ever.
Also, the sound quality from song to song changes. The fist noticeable jump in sound quality is from "Dream On" to "Kings and Queens". From that point on the quality of the recording jumps from song to song. At the same time, the CD is tracked in such a way that it sounds like one continuous concert with no empty gaps between songs.
The version of "Train Kept A Rollin'" included here is very cool. It has to be the only version I have ever heard that features a saxophone. Excellent recording taken from the FM radio broadcast from Mansfield on August 27th, Also released as "Live Fever" but without "Red House. Track listing based on FM broadcast tracks. Stevie Ray Vaughan blues tribute given since it was exactly 3 years since his death in a helicopter crash on the way to Chicago, IL. Notice the blatent error on the cover art as well with the I in the logo missing.
What I have here is a bootleg of a bootleg. Originally released on Kiss The Stone Records KTS , my particular copy was taken directly from that version and pressed on a silver CD with color lazer printout copies of the inserts. Superb sound quality throughout. I'm not completly sure if the information for tracks because at the end of "Walk this Way" Steven says "Thank you Boston.
Decent show from the "Get A Grip" tour. Focuses very heavily on the more recent tracks, forsaking anything from the classic 70's, save for the usuals; "Sweet Emotion", "Walk this Way", "Mama King" and "Dream On. Walk on Down" Of the "Get A Grip" era shows, this is perhaps on of the best along side the Woodstock show.
Of course the set list focuses heavily on "Get A Grip" songs, but there are several classics here as well. Sound quality here is very good A and is just slightly under the sound quality of an official release. I have actually heard official live releases that sound worse than this bootleg. This disc has been mass produced b "Golden Stone".
This is a fabulous disc. Every song is outstanding and full of energy, despite the fact that Aerosmith took the stage just before midnight. The bonus tracks are excellent as well. The unplugged songs are as entertaining as the electric songs ever were. Loads of charisma! Aerosmith rule and I can't say enough good things about this disc. Even the pro-printed cover and inserts are stellar. A minor flaw in the track listing.
Excellent quality FM broadcast of the Woodstock concert. Basically the same concert as "Woodstock " with a different cover and possibly better mastering. The cover art on this disc is very cool. It's one of those 3-D pieces that you have to stare at until your vision gets blurry and eventually the image pops in. The hidden message is "Woodstock 94" Excellent German import.
Couldn't ask for a nicer Christmas present. German import and an excellent compilation of stereo live tracks. This is a killer show, featuring mostly older material from an FM broadcast. This infamous Aerosmith concert was the last at the end of their 18 month "Get A Grip" tour.
Aerosmith are always at their best when they are live and can jam. I use to own a ton of Aero-bootleg tapes, and the best shows were the ones that featured the extended guitar jams. This one features a phenomenal rendition of Fleetwood Mac's "Rattlesnake Shake," which was also the name of a very popular vinyl bootleg by Aerosmith in the 70's.
Well now I have two different versions of this show, each with a slightly different track listing. One show has no breaks in between songs, while the other does. However, the one without the breaks has some static in the recording, whereas the one with the breaks is clean. Third copy is a charm. At least I finally have the entire show without any defects, static, or cut songs.
The people that were lucky enough to get tickets to this Mama Kin gig were treated to one heck of a show. Great show, great FM broadcast, great bootleg! In the '80s, Duran Duran had a cult-like following and lead singer Simon Le Bon was every girl's pop crush, so perhaps it's only fitting that his daughter, Amber Le Bon, became a model. She's walked the runway for famous fashion houses such as Chanel and Mark Fast and worked on campaigns for Diesel, Forever 21, and Smash Box.
Being put in a group, I hate that. I don't think anyone likes it. Everyone just wants to be their own person. KISS singer Gene Simmons is a certified rock star with a crazy past and the legion of groupies to prove it, but it's his daughter, Sophie Simmons, who's now generating buzz in the modeling and music worlds.
I worked really hard for this body and I love it, that's all that matters. They've tapped into their abilities to capture audiences and make mountains of cash.
Only time will tell if the daughters of yesterday's rockers will outshine and out-influence their parents. If talent is any measure, there's a good chance they'll steal the spotlight. All rights reserved. Rock stars you didn't know had gorgeous daughters.
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