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One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 album for sale by Bon Jovi was released May 22, 2001 on the Island (Label) label. Following a five-year hiatus that found Jon Bongiovi pursuing an acting career, these Jersey boys emerged with the millennial CRUSH, an album that found them making a mini-comeback marked by chart success and Grammy nominations. On the heels of this wave of prosperity comes ONE WILD NIGHT, taken from a collection of hand-picked live gigs meant to reward long-standing fans (who've clamored for a concert album) and give newer ones a taste of Bon Jovi's career-spanning global performances. One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 CD music contains a single disc with 15 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Blame it on the love of Rock and Roll|
An excellent album filled with all of Bon Jovi's greatest hits. Bad Medicene, I don't like mondays (with Bob Geldof) and Dead or alive being particular highlights.
By a reviewer (Wirral, United Kingdom)
||The best concert collection|
Bon Jovi is just amazing when it comes to stage-live performances. Even if you just listen and not see him you can understand this from the contact with the public.
By stam_jann (Naxos, Greece)
||Anything Bon Jovi Is Good!|
Anyone that likes Bon Jovi is sure to love this CD! Non-stop GREAT songs!
By bud1iceman (New Castle, PA USA)
My first live album. My dad told me not to buy it, saying i wouldnt like it, but was he ever wrong.
By Zach (Lockport IL)
||Bon Jovi Rocks The Free World|
This is an excellent live album.I'm just suprised they did'nt release a live album earlier in their career.
By Blake (Brandon,MS)
||A Great Live!|
This is the first Bon Jovi Live's album and it sounds very good! It has a Neil Young's cover, "Keep on Rocking in the Free World" and it's the best cover for this song I listened.
By a reviewer (São Paulo, Brazil)
||One of the greatest live albuns of all time|
Bon Jovi managed to put all the greatest songs performed live into one cd, the track list is practically perfect and covers basically every album released until the latest one "Crush" which is a really great album, the only bad thing about this album is that only on cd isn´t enough it should have being released as a triple cd box to really satisfy all the fans from all the eras!! Excellent Choice from the entire discography!!
By sss (Salvador, Bahia, Brazil)
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|Crush CD (2000)
One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 CD music CRUSH was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album and "It's My Life" was nominated for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
When Jon Bon Jovi went into the studio to record his band's seventh studio album, he went from budding actor to Jersey rocker to remind the world where his bread-and-butter was. After the initial plan to team up hard-rock production gods Bob Rock and Bruce Fairbairn fell through due to the latter's death, an audition process was set up with alt-rock engineer Luke Ebbin (Splender) winning the job. The choice was a fortuitous one as here Bon Jovi updates its sound with a smattering of loops and impressive arrangements, without losing the pop crunch of its heyday.
Along the way, Bon Jovi tips its collective hat to the teen brigade invading the charts and the glory days of "Livin' On a Prayer" (the talk-box laden, Max Martin co-written single "It's My Life"), while still writing songs about blue-collar characters full of optimism (the Springsteen-flavored "Two Story Town"). CRUSH also contains the requisite power ballads for Bon Jovi's starry-eyed female fans ("Thank You for Loving Me," "Save the World") along with glam (the Elton John-inspired "Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars") and grimy ("One Wild Night") rockers.
Recorded at Sanctuary II Studio, New Jersey.
Producers: Luke Ebbin, Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora.
Personnel: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals); Richie Sambora (guitar); Michael Dearchin (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Bob Clearmountain.
Recording information: Sanctuary II, NJ.
Photographer: Olaf Heine.
Bon Jovi: Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, David Bryan, Tico Torres.
Additional personnel: Hugh McDonald (bass); Michael Dearchin, ...
|This Left Feels Right CD (2003)
One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 songs This is a Super Audio CD playable only on Super Audio CD players.
Conceived during the Japanese leg of the BOUNCE tour, THIS LEFT FEELS RIGHT went from mere acoustic re-workings of Bon Jovi hits to an entirely restructured approach, aided by producer Patrick Leonard and turned around in a mere 23 days. The results are a dozen songs literally reborn as practically brand new compositions, thanks to the use of some unique arrangements.
"Livin' On a Prayer" gets basted with ethereal keyboard washes by David Bryan, while Leonard's actress wife, Olivia d'Abo, hops aboard and turns the song into a heartfelt duet. Plugged-in anthem "Keep the Faith" gets a nice twist, as its hard-pounding tempo is cast aside in favor of a subtle and soulful delivery, while Tico Torres' time keeping and the band's overall approach to "Wanted Dead or Alive" make it sound like a LED ZEPPELIN III outtake. Richie Sambora's deft wielding of his acoustic guitar can't be praised enough, particularly on "You Give Love a Bad Name," where his sharp slide playing makes it sound like an offshoot of Eric Clapton's UNPLUGGED version of "Layla." THIS LEFT FEELS RIGHT ends up turning what could have been a straightforward moneymaking venture into something special.
Includes liner notes by David Wild.
Greatest Hits W/A Twist + 2 New Songs.
Producers: Pat Leonard, Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora.
Bon Jovi: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals); Richie Sambora (guitar, background vocals); David Bryan (keyboards); Tico Torres (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Olivia d'Abo (vocals); Hugh McDonald (bass).
|7800o Fahrenheit CD (1985)
One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 album for sale Digitally remastered using 20-bit technology by George Marino (1998, Sterling Sound, New York, New York).
From the first mega-chorus shout of the album-opening "In and Out of Love," it's obvious that 7800 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT marks an evolution from Bon Jovi's debut. The image got bigger and so did the sound. The album went gold, and a year later the band shot to the stratosphere with SLIPPERY WHEN WET.
"The Price of Love" is a tight, well-written rocker categorized by its memorable Bon Jovi hook. "Only Lonely" is perfect pop metal with a great riff and even catchier solo. "Silent Night" is a true power ballad, before the term denoted the mandatory first single from every hair band. "Tokyo Road," the band's homage to far-Eastern pleasures, is a consistent live favorite. "The Hardest Part Is the Night" is a mid-tempo rocker that features a creative solo from Richie Sambora. Tico Torres lets loose on the skins on the blistering and gritty "Always Run to You." A mid-'80s crunchy metal riff combines with a polished keyboard-crafted instrumental frame of "Secret Dreams." Bon Jovi took melody and heavy rock to the next level on this thoroughly mature effort.
Recorded at The Warehouse, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Engineers include: Larry Alexander, Obie O'Brien, Bill Scheniman.
Bon Jovi: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals, guitar); Richie Sambora (acoustic 6-string, acoustic 12-string & electric guitars, background vocals); David Bryan (keyboards, background vocals); Alec John Such (bass, background vocals); Tico Torres (drums, percussion, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Tom Mandel (synthesizer); Randy Cantor, Jim Salamone (programming); Rick Valenti, Jeaanie Brooks, Carol Brooks, Phil Hoffer (background vocals).
|Bon Jovi CD (1984) Top Seller
One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 CD music Digitally remastered using 20-bit technology by George Marino (1998, Sterling Sound, New York, New York).
Bon Jovi's 1984 debut not only became a blueprint for the band's multi-platinum releases of later years, but a definitive work for an entire genre. Though scores of short-lived pop-metal bands rocketed to popularity on the success of this release, the time-weathered BON JOVI continues to stand out from the pack.
"Runaway," with its infectious hook and keyboard work from E-Streeter Roy Bittan, was discovered by a New York DJ and gave the band some early exposure. "She Don't Know Me" is a catchy mid-tempo rocker. "Shot Through the Heart" turns the hard-rocking pulse up a few notches, with Richie Sambora letting loose on the kind of solo that would be copied by a plethora of L.A. bands. David Bryan's keyboards, an integral part of the group's sound, work nicely on the melodic rocker "Breakout." At a time when synthesizers dominated the pop landscape, Bon Jovi used them to gloss a heavy-rock foundation. "Come Back" shows the enormity of the charisma and emotion that Jon poured into his singing. BON JOVI is a great debut by a band in its underground, formative stage; a street album from a band hungry to make it.
Recorded at The Power Station, New York, New York.
Engineers: Scott Litt, Jeff Hendrickson, Larry Alexander.
Personnel: Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora (vocals, guitar, background vocals); David Rashbaum (vocals, keyboards, background vocals); Alec John Such (vocals, bass guitar, background vocals); Mick Seely, David Grahamme (vocals, background vocals); Tim Pierce (guitar); Roy Bittan (keyboards); Huey McDonald (bass guitar); Frankie La Rocka, Tico Torres (drums); Mick Seeley (background vocals).
Audio Remasterer: George Marino.
Recording information: Power Station, New York, NY (06/1982).
Photographer: Geoffrey Hargrave Thomas.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Doug Katsaros; Aldo Nova; Chuck Burgi.
Bon Jovi: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals, guitar); Richie Sambora (guitar, background vocals); David Rashbaum (keyboards, background vocals); Alec John Such (bass, background vocals); Tico Torres (drums).
Additional personnel: Aldo Nova, Tim Pierce (guitar); Roy Bittan (keyboards); Huey McDonald (bass); Frankie La Rocka (drums); David Grahmme, Mick Seeley (background vocals); Chuck Burgi, Doug Katsoras.
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One Wild Night: Live 1985-2001 buy CD music "Misunderstood" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
While Jon Bon Jovi may not have much in common with the modern-day cowboys he writes of in his better-known songs, he and the band that bears his name are clearly the Comeback Kids. The mid-to-late-'90s found the band releasing lackluster fare, while 2002's BOUNCE brought Bon Jovi out of their slump. The album opens with pop metal bombast of a kind not heard since 1992's KEEP THE FAITH, as the band acknowledges the events of September 11th in "Undivided" and "Everyday." The crunchy, razor-sharp guitar playing and production on BOUNCE shines considerable light on Richie Sambora, who's playing gives any of today's newbie axemen a run for their money (especially on "Hook Me Up."). Building on that contemporary edge are collaborations with Andreas Carlsson (N Sync, Celion Dion) and longtime contributor Desmond Child. "Joey" is quintessential Bon Jovi storytelling, while "All About Loving You" and "Right Side Of Wrong" weigh in as requisite rock ballads.
Recorded at Sanctuary Sound II, New Jersey.
Producers: Luke Ebbin, Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Desmond Child, Andreas Carlsson.
Personnel: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals, background vocals); Richie Sambora (guitar, background vocals); David Bryan (keyboards); Tico Torres (drums, percussion); Samuel Waermo, Luke Ebbin (programming).
Audio Mixer: Bob Clearmountain.
Recording information: Capitol studios, Los Angeles, CA; Sanctuary Sound II, NJ.
Photographer: Kevin Westenberg.
Unknown Contributor Role: John Kalodner.
Bon Jovi: Jon Bon Jovi (vocals); Richie Sambora (guitar, background vocals); David Bryan (keyboards); Hugh McDonald (bass); Tico Torres (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Jerry Cohen, Andreas Carlsson, Samuel Waermo.
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