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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits album for sale by Aerosmith was released Sep 07, 1993 on the Columbia label. Originally decried by critics as an American rip-off of the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith blew these criticisms away by going on to become the biggest and best hard rock band of the '70s. Fronted by funky and fast-talking Steven Tyler, Aerosmith was anchored by the rock-solid rhythm tandem of Tom Hamilton and Joey Kramer, while guitarists Joe Perry and Brad Whitford were the instrumental gunslingers of the band. Aerosmith's Greatest Hits CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||THEIR FIRST HITS PACKAGE|
This is a good start for fans that like AEROSMITH's early days. On this album you get to covers. REMEMBER WALKING IN THE SAND and COME TOGETHER.
By Joel (Miami Fla.)
||Aerosmith to the extreme of classics!|
Featuring ten of the best songs from Steven Tyler and his boys. Like their Run D.M.C. version of "Walk This Way" to the Beatles remake of "Come Together".
By CDJay (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada!)
A very good cd. If you are an aerosmith fan you will love this cd.
By Larry (Junction City, KS. USA)
||Killer song selection|
This is an killer collection of early Aerosmith. As a greatest hits package, this albums does a steller job of hightlighting the different sides of Aerosmith first seven years as a band.
By a reviewer (Minneapolis, MN)
This is Aerosmith when they rocked their hardest. The only drawback is that it shortens the prelude to "Sweet Emotion" and did not delve into "Toys in the Attic."
By buckwheatnoodles (Austin, TX)
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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1087820|
|Release Date||Sep 07, 1993|
|Producer||Adam Barber; Don DeVito; Gary Lyons; George Martin; Jack Douglas; Adrian Barber; Aerosmith; Ray Colcord|
|Recording Time||37 minutes|
|Personnel||Steven Tyler - harmonica, keyboards, percussion|
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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits buy CD music Digitally remastered by Gary Hobish (1994, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
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Guided, perhaps, by musical snobbery or roots-rock phobia, some people inexplicably don't like Creedence Clearwater Revival. As the kings of earnest country-inflected rock in an age when radical stances were de rigueur, CCR sported straight-ahead tunes, and may have seemed a bit unhip. But their music stands the test of time with a vengeance. For the doubtful listener, this outstanding, 20-track hits collection has evidence of their greatness in staggering abundance.
Though they produced several excellent albums, Creedence was predominantly a singles band, and CHRONICLE compiles many of their biggest hits. From the slowly building saunter of "Suzie Q" and the spooky, R&B-soaked "I Put a Spell on You" to the fierce "Fortunate Son" and the swampy blues of "Run Through the Jungle," CHRONICLE features the ensemble's signature tunes. Beautifully melancholy songs "Who'll Stop the Rain" and "Someday Never Comes" play off sunny, melodic anthems "Down on the Corner" and "Lookin' Out My Back Door," fully revealing the band's wide range. The group's tight, no-frills musicianship leaves John Fogerty's keening voice and superb songwriting at the fore, and the results--brought together here on one of rock's best greatest-hits packages--make for some of the genre's most endearing and enduring music.
Recorded 1968-1970 and includes 'Susie Q', 'I Put a Spell on You', 'Proud Mary', 'Bad Moon Rising', 'Lodi', 'Green River', 'Commotion', 'Down on the Corner', 'Fortunate Son', 'Travelin' Band', 'Who'll Stop the Rain', 'Up Around the Bend', 'Run Through the Jungle', 'Lookin' Out My Back Door', 'Long as I Can See the Light', 'I Heard It Through the Grapevine', 'Have You Ever Seen the Rain?', 'Hey Tonight', 'Sweet Hitch-Hiker' & 'Someday Never Comes'. Fantasy label. 1991.
Includes liner notes by John Grissim.
Includes liner notes by Greil Marcus.
Creedence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty (guitar, vocals); Tom Fogerty (guitar); Stu Cook (bass); Doug Clifford (drums).
Personnel: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar); Tom Fogerty (guitar); Doug Clifford (drums).
Liner Note Author: Greil Marcus.
Arranger: John Fogerty.
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|Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band / Bob Seger|
Greatest Hits CD (1994)
Aerosmith's Greatest Hits CD music Detroit has produced more than its share of great music: from jazz stars like Hank, Thad & Elvin Jones; to the Motown stable of vocal artists, and legendary rhythm players Benny Benjamin and James Jamerson. Not to mention a whole lot of hard funk and primal metal, everyone from Funkadelic and Ted Nugent, to Iggy & The Stooges and the MC5--hard driving, rugged rock and roll. Put it all together with a touch of pop, and a lot of soul, and you've got Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band.
It's easy to divine Seger's influence on the music of Bruce Springsteen, and draw parallels with the vocal style of Van Morrison. The epic themes of Seger's characters on "Night Moves" certainly parallel those of the folk heroes who populate Springsteen songs (though he began developing his menagerie a good decade before the Boss). The chant-like, testifying cadences of Seger's blowtorch voice, and his predilection for gospelish motifs, puts one in mind of the mighty Celt's visionary flights.
And as the fine GREATEST HITS makes clear, Bob Seger's influence on contemporary roots music is enormous. A song such as "Like A Rock" practically defines a roots approach to power pop, while "Old Time Rock & Roll" finds Seger in an upbeat, Little Richard mode. Celebrations notwithstanding, "Still The Same" and "Turn The Page" are dark, unstinting unsentimental looks at the underbelly of the showbiz animal and the road.
Includes liner notes by Bob Seger.
Engineers include: Shelly Yakus, Brian Christian, Jim Bruzzese.
Personnel: Bob Seger (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, electric piano, synthesizer, background vocals); Drew Abbott (guitar, electric guitar); Rick Vito (guitar, slide guitar); Ken Bell, Waddy Wachtel (guitar); Dawayne Bailey, Steve Lukather (acoustic guitar); Joe Miquelon (electric guitar); Crystal Taliefero, Alto Reed, Jimmy Romeo (saxophone); Bill Payne (piano, organ, keyboards, synthesizer); Craig Frost, Doug Riley (piano, organ); Randy McCormick, Roy Bittan (piano); Jai Winding (organ); Barry Beckett (keyboards); Michael Boddicker (synthesizer); Roger Hawkins, Russ Kunkel, David Teegarden (drums, percussion); Charlie Allen Martin (drums); Sam Clayton, Bobbye Hall (percussion); Clydie King, Luther Waters, Donny Gerrard, Julie Waters, Rhonda Silver, Glenn Frey, Ginger Blake, Stanley Carter, Izora Armstead, Douglas Kibble, Linda Dillard, Laurel Ward, Laura Creamer, Martha Wash, Rosemary Butler, Shaun Murphy, Venetta Fields, Shirley Matthews (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Ed Cherney ; Greg Edward; Jim Bruzzese; John Arrias; Bill Szymczyk; Bob Seger.
Recording information: A & M Studios, Hollywood, California; Ambience Recordings, Farmington Hills, Michigan; Bayshore Studios, Coconut Grove, Florida; Cherokee Studios, Hollywood, California; Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI; Criteria Studios, Mia; Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Sheffield, AL; Nimbus Nine Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Studio 55, Hollywood, CA; Woodland Digital Sutdios, Nashville, Tennessee.
Photographer: Brad Stanley.
Personnel includes: Bob Seger (vocals, guitar, piano); Glen Frey (vocals); Joe Miquelon (electric guitar); Steve Lukather, Waddy Wachtel, Drew Abbott (guitar); Rick Vito (slide guitar); Alto Reed (saxophone); Roy Bittan (piano); Bill Payne (piano, organ, synthesizer); Doug Riley (piano, organ); Robyn Robbins (Mellotron, organ); Craig Frost (organ); Michael Boddicker (synthesizer); Chris Campbell, Bob Glaub (bass); Russ Kunkel, Charlie Allen Martin, David Teegarden (drums, percussion).
Producers include: Jimmy Iovine, Jack Richardson, Bob Seger, Punch, Bill Szymczyk.
Metallica CD (1991) Top Seller
Aerosmith's Greatest Hits songs When a genre-defining group like Metallica, whose past albums have rocked the charts with virtually no airplay, enlists the aid of a hit-making producer like Bob Rock, the result is bound to be monumental. METALLICA, their sixth studio release, surpasses all expectations.
METALLICA is an extremely heavy album. It carries a presence, a huge, live sound different from that heard on their previous recordings. What once could not be tamed has been refined, resulting in a fuller, more powerful guitar sound in an already guitar-intensive band. They have evolved from the messy, unabashed thrashers of their youth into a more confident, poised and angry bunch, not only retaining their fire but stoking it into a chunky, tight-fisted maelstrom of scowling energy.
Serious riffs provide punch and punctuation for James Hetfield's gruff vocals which rage against society and religion, and revel in suspicion and sarcasm. METALLICA is full of songs just as potent as the hugely popular "Enter Sandman," yet is not as complicated as their recent albums have seemed. "Sad But True," which is just as low down and dirty as anything labeled "grunge," exemplifies the poise of the metal band that can foresee the punchlines to their riffs and has the patience to wait for them.
Recorded at One On One Recording, Los Angeles, California between October 1990 and June 1991.
Personnel: James Hetfield (vocals, guitar); Kirk Hammett (guitar); Lars Ulrich (drums).
Recording information: One On One Recording, Los Angeles, CA (10/1990-06/1991).
Arranger: Michael Kamen.
Metallica: James Hetfield (vocals, guitar); Kirk Hammett (guitar); Jason Newstead (bass); Lars Ulrich (drums).
|AC / DC|
Back In Black CD (1980) Top Seller
Aerosmith's Greatest Hits album for sale After the untimely death of former enigmatic vocalist Bon Scott, AC/DC finally chanced upon a worthy replacement in the shape of former Geordie frontman, Brian Johnson. The result was more than the formal pastiche some expected, with Johnson stamping his own personality, not to mention distinctive rasp, on the record. The band's staple lyrical diet of sex and the general pursuit of happiness, however, remained very much intact. Highlights include the stomping 'Hell's Bells', the quiet build of the title track, and the chuckling insolence of, 'Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution'. A winning return.
AC/DC's 1980 album digitally remastered and reissued in a special digipak plus a 16 page full color booklet containing all original album art, many unpublished photos, classic memorabilia and new 2003 liner notes. Epic.
Audio Mixer: Brad Samuelsohn.
Audio Remasterer: Ted Jensen.
Liner Note Author: David Fricke.
Recording information: Compass Point Studios (04/1980-05/1980).
Photographers: Robert Ellis ; Frank Griffin; Michael Putland; Ross Halfin; Chris Walter; Anastasia Pantsios; Bob Ellis.
AC/DC: Malcolm Young, Angus Young , Cliff Williams , Phil Rudd, Brian Johnson .
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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits CD music A truly inventive Aerosmith album, still suffused with a gloriously raspy sense of the blues, but quietly evocative in its timbre and approach. It showed Tyler working out lyrics that were so much more than simple cars and girls fodder, 'Adam's Apple' theorizing that creation could quite possibly have occurred with an alien mothership landing on earth and setting the wheels of the human race in motion. 'Sweet Emotion' throbbed slowly into life, 'Big Ten Inch Record', a salty R&B work-out, while 'You See Me Crying' was heightened and given body by a warm orchestration. A clear steeple of great work amid a skyline of repeating successes.
Recorded at the Record Plant, New York, New York.
Personnel: Joe Perry (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, percussion, background vocals); Steven Tyler (vocals, harmonica, keyboards, percussion); Joey Kramer (vocals, drums, percussion); Tom Hamilton, Brad Whitford (guitar); Scott Cushnie (piano); Jay Messina (marimba, percussion).
Recording information: Record Plant, NY; The Record Plant, NY.
Directors: Steve Leber; David Krebs.
Illustrator: Ingrid Haenke.
Photographers: Bob Belott; Jimmy Lenner, Jr.; Jimmy Ienner, Jr.
Arrangers: Jack Douglas; Aerosmith; Michael Mainieri, Jr.; Steven Tyler .
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, harmonica, keyboards, percussion); Joe Perry (acoustic guitar, slide guitar, percussion, background vocals); Tom Hamilton (guitar, bass); Brad Whitford (guitar); Joey Kramer (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Scott Cushnie (piano); Jay Messina (bass marimba).
|Big Ones CD (1994)
Aerosmith's Greatest Hits buy CD music All songs written or co-written by members of Aerosmith.
Producers: Bruce Fairbairn, Michael Beinhorn.
Engineers include: Adam Kaspar, Mike Fraser, Bob Rock.
Personnel: Steven Tyler (vocals, mandolin, harmonica, keyboards); Joe Perry (guitar, dulcimer, background vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Keenlyside (clarinet, tenor saxophone, alto horn); Ian Putz (baritone saxophone); Henry Christian (trumpet); Bob Rogers (trombone); Jim Vallance (organ); Drew Arnott (Mellotron); Desmond Child, Richard Supa, John Webster (keyboards); Tom Hamilton (electric bass, background vocals); Joey Kramer (drums, percussion); Bob Dowd, Don Henley (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Brendan O'Brien .
Recording information: A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA (03/1987-11/1992); Little Mountain Sound Studios, Vancouver, British Colum (03/1987-11/1992).
Photographer: Norman Seeff.
Arranger: Steven Tyler .
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, keyboards, mandolin, harmonica); Joe Perry (guitar, dulcimer, background vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Hamilton (electric bass, background vocals); Joey Kramer (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Catherine Epps (spoken vocals); Tom Keenlyside (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Ian Putz (baritone saxophone); Henry Christian, Paul Baron (trumpet); Bruce Fairbairn (trumpet, background vocals); Bob Rogers (trombone); Richie Supa, John Webster, Desmond Child (keyboards); Drew Arnott (Mellotron); Jim Vallance (organ); Mapuhi T. Tekurio, Melvin Liufau, Wesey Mamea, Liainaiala Tagaloa, Sandy Kanaeholo, Aladd Alatina Teofilo Jr. (Polynesian log drums); Don Henley, Bob Dowd (background vocals).
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