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Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology album for sale by Aerosmith was released Nov 20, 2001 on the Geffen label. Digitally remastered by Erick Labson (Universal Mastering Studios-West, Hollywood, California). Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology songs Few bands in rock & roll history have enjoyed the kind of over-the-top successful second act Aerosmith has that makes Behind-The-Music producers salivate and reinforces the legend moniker generally associated with these New England hard rockers. The 2-CD YOUNG LUST is a handy anthology of the band's Geffen years that chronicles this Boston quintet's climb back from the depths of drug abuse, personal turmoil and dramatic excess. Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology CD music is a 2-disc set with 34 songs. ...See Full Description
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||YEARS WITH GEFFEN RECORDS|
This is there best greates hits album that they ever made and is just as good as there Columbia release called O`Yeah : Ultimate Aerosmith Hits album and this album also includes B Sides from there singles.
By TazmanianDevilTDfan (Indianapolis,IN 46203)
||A Great Compilation|
If you don't already have a lot of Aerosmith's music, this is a great start! Rock and roll done by the best... Still going strong after 30+ years... America's greatest rock band, AEROSMITH!
By a reviewer (Northern California)
||VERY GOOD DOUBLE HITS PACKAGE|
This collection has a lot of their hits from the 80's and 90's. On disc 1 you get RAG DOLL,DUDE LOOKS LIKE A LADY,ANGEL,THE OTHER SIDE,WHAT IT TAKES,MONKEY ON MY BACK,LOVE IN AN ELEVATOR,JANIE'S GOT A GUN and WALK THIS WAY with RUN DMC.
By Joel (Miami Fla.)
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Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology songs THE VERY BEST OF includes a 46-page booklet with pictures and track information.
"Hole In The World" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
The Eagles' founders Don Henley and Glenn Frey were forthright in their desire to bring then-emerging country rock to new heights of commercial success. Formed in Los Angeles in 1971, they learned from their observations of the scene around them, and subsequently took their music to the top of the charts. They stayed there throughout the '70s, becoming synonymous with the sound of Southern California rock.
The band's first hit was with a song by Jackson Browne, and their first album also included a cover of "Ol' 55" by Tom Waits, but the bulk of the material they're known for was penned by Henley and Frey. This two-disc set wisely expands the original VERY BEST OF collection with important album tracks that have also long been band staples and favorites (such as the aforementioned Waits tune and a number of other songs from their pre-platinum first three releases). As is often the common industry-wide practice, there's also a new song, "Hole in the World."
A 2-CD retrospective from the multiplatinum superstars whose 1976 "Greatest Hits" is the #1 album of all time! Special Limited Edition bonus DVD included with a music video, outtakes from the video and backstage pass to Farewell 1.
Initial pressings included a bonus DVD.
Recorded between 1972 & 2003.
The Eagles: Bernie Leadon (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin); Don Felder (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, keyboards); Glen Frey, Joe Walsh (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, keyboards); Randy Meisner (vocals, guitar, guitarron, bass); Don Henley (vocals, drums, percussion); Timothy B. Schmit (vocals, bass).
Producers: Glyn Johns, Bill Szymczyk, Eagles, Elliot Scheiner, Rob Jacobs.
Compilation producer: The Eagles.
Eagles: Don Felder (vocals, guitars, slide guitar, steel guitar, keyboards); Bernie Leadon (vocals, guitars, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin); Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh (vocals, guitars, slide guitar, keyboards); Randy Meisner (vocals, guitarron, bass guitar); Timothy B. Schmit (vocals, bass guitar); Don Henley (vocals, drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Steuart Smith (electric guitar); Al Perkins (pedal steel guitar); David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Jim Ed Norman, Willie Hollis (piano); Jay Oliver (keyboards); Scott Crago (drums, percussion).
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Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology buy CD music In the course of putting together the live Led Zeppelin DVD for 2003 release, Jimmy Page came across some great concert recordings from the band's 1972 stint in California. HOW THE WEST WAS WON is three discs' worth of vintage Zep, far superior to the band's only other live album THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME. Here is the fearsome foursome in all their glory and fury, coming off like crazed rock & roll Vikings on the opening "Immigrant Song," reinventing the blues form on "Heartbreaker," and just plain rocking the doors off the joint on "Rock and Roll" and "Black Dog."
This being 1972, the band had made its journey into the folk-rock realm as well, and come out with the touching "Going to California" and "That's the Way," the earthy "Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp," and the minstrel-in-the-hills fancy of "Over the Hills and Far Away," all of which are given strong voice here. A 25-minute "Dazed and Confused" and epic-length drum solo on the John Bonham feature "Moby Dick" show that Zep was unafraid to venture into anything they damn well pleased, but the bluesy grit and primal hard-rock crunch of their feel throughout this collection reveals the pure visceral magic of which these '70s icons were capable.
Recorded at Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, California and Long Beach Area, Long Beach, California on June 25 & 27, 1972.
Personnel: Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica); Jimmy Page (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); John Paul Jones (mandolin, keyboards, bass guitar); John Bonham (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Kevin Shirley.
Recording information: LA Forum (06/25/1972/06/27/1972); Long Beach Arena (06/25/1972/06/27/1972); Sarm West Studios, London, England (06/25/1972/06/27/1972).
Photographers: Jeffrey Mayer; James Fortune; Michael Putland; Jim Cummins.
Led Zeppelin: Robert Plant (vocals); Jimmy Page (guitar); John Paul Jones (keyboards, bass); John Bonham (drums).
|Little South of Sanity CDs (1998)
Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology album for sale This limited edition version comes in a denim package and includes an iron-on patch.
When Aerosmith returned to its original label in the '90s, there were still contractual obligations to Geffen, where they pulled a Lazarus and resurrected their moribund career in the mid-'80s. A LITTLE SOUTH OF SANITY completes the Geffen cycle and unlike most groups who toss together something in order to move on, Aerosmith took great care in compiling this 2-CD live collection that covers more than 25 years. Recorded during tours for GET A GRIP (1993-94) and NINE LIVES (1997-98), this release also marked a reunion with Jack Douglas, the band's producer during their '70s salad days, who helped the boys from Beantown compile the performances on this collection.
It becomes readily apparent here that Aerosmith still tore it up live regardless of how many power ballads they unleashed on radio since the late '80s. Of course, the Zippo-waving songs are here in abundance ("Crazy," "Angel") alongside ribald double-entendres ("Falling In Love [Is Hard On The Knees]") and vintage material ("Mama Kin"). If 1978's LIVE BOOTLEG gave us Aerosmith at their ripsnorting peak, then SANITY provides a reflection of a classic band that's aged gracefully without losing any of its spark.
23 track collection features 'Eat the Rich', 'Love In An Elevator', 'Janie's Got a Gun', 'Dream On', 'Walk This Way', 'Livin' On the Edge', 'Sweet Emotion', and more
Recorded live between 1993 and 1998.
Recorded live between 1993 to 1994 and 1997 to 1998.
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, percussion, harmonica); Joe Perry (guitar, lap steel guitar, vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Hamilton (bass); Joey Kramer (drums).
Full title: A Little South Of Sanity.
Personnel: Joe Perry (vocals, guitar, lap steel guitar); Steven Tyler (vocals, harmonica, percussion); Brad Whitford (guitar); Thom Gimbel, Russ Irwin (keyboards, background vocals); Tom Hamilton (electric bass); Joey Kramer (drums).
Audio Mixer: Jack Douglas.
Director: Jim Chapman.
Photographer: Moshe Brakha.
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, percussion, harmonica); Joe Perry (guitar, lap steel guitar, background vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Hamilton (bass); Joey Kramer (drums).
Additional personnel: Thom Gimbel (keyboards, background vocals); Russ Irwin (keyboards, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Thom Gimbel, Russ Irwin (keyboards, background vocals).
|Permanent Vacation CD (1987)
Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology CD music A true comeback album, Aerosmith's PERMANENT VACATION featured the original line-up, and it gave the band its first top 10 hit in a decade ("Angel"). Thanks to Tyler & Perry's ground-breaking collaboration with Run D.M.C. in 1986 (on Aerosmith's old hit, "Walk This Way"), the band's visibility was high. The rehabilitated band took advantage of that opening with this album, a batch of hard rock songs that recalled their glory days of the 70s.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Recorded at Little Mountain Sound Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The Margarita Horns: Tom Keelyside (tenor saxophone, clarinet); Ian Putz (baritone saxophone); Henry Christian, Bruce Fairbairn (trumpet); Bob Rogers (trombone).
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, piano, harmonica); Joe Perry (guitar, background vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Hamilton (bass); Joey Kramer (drums).
Additional personnel: Christine Arnott (spoken vocals); Bruce Fairbairn (cello, background vocals); Scott Fairbairn (cello); Drew Arnott (Mellotron); Jim Vallance (organ); Morgan Rael (steel drums).
|Pump CD (1989)
Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology buy CD music Aerosmith surprised everyone when their 1987 album, PERMANENT VACATION, was a success, coming as it did after several releases that had done nothing but verify the belief that the band had peaked a decade earlier. PUMP (1989) followed its radio-friendly predecessor and proved the Boston quintet's comeback was no fluke. Hits like "Love in an Elevator" and "Janie's Got a Gun" were ubiquitous on MTV and radio at the time, while the album in its entirety had enough substance to warrant repeated listens. "What it Takes" closes the album and finds the band showing off their deft power-ballad abilities, while carefully straddling the line of cheese without ever succumbing to it. Aerosmith would sustain their commercial success with the subsequent GET A GRIP, but it would not contain the same balance of artistic and populist intent that puts PUMP amongst their best records.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Recorded at Little Mountain Studios, Vancouver, Canada.
The Margarita Horns: Tom Keenlyside, Ian Putz, Henry Christian, Bruce Fairbairn.
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, harmoncia, keyboards); Joe Perry (guitar, background vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Hamilton (bass, background vocals); Joey Kramer (drums).
Additional personnel: Catherine Epps (spoken vocals); John Webster (keyboards); Bob Dowd (background vocals).
|Get a Grip CD (1993)
Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology songs "Livin' On The Edge" won the 1994 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal, and was nominated for Best Rock Song; "Cryin'" was also nominated for Best Rock Song in 1994.
"Crazy" won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
By 1993, Aerosmith's comeback was in full swing, and GET A GRIP proves that, after soldiering on through drug problems and interpersonal tensions, the band wasn't about to let its new lease on life get away. Most of the material on GET A GRIP is a far cry from the band's celebrated '70s work, both structurally and in terms of production. But while the sound is a bit more panoramic, incorporating more keyboards and a grander, more pop-oriented approach, Steven Tyler and the boys have lost none of their fire here.
Tyler's voice may have changed a bit over the years, but what he's lost in sheer lung power he's gained in character, and on the power ballad "Crazy" (one of the biggest hits of the band's career), he demonstrates the passionate poignancy he's capable of. While there are more pop-friendly tunes here than on some of their earlier albums, GET A GRIP does not lack for sheer rocking energy. Songs such as "Livin' on the Edge" are fueled by Joe Perry's distinctive rock-god guitar work, and the Perry-Tyler songwriting team generates both musical sophistication and four-on-the-floor hard rock.
Recorded at Little Mountain Sound Studio, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and A&M Studios, Los Angeles, California.
The Margarita Horns: Tom Keenlyside (saxophone); Ian Putz (baritone saxophone); Paul Baron, Bruce Fairbairn (trumpet); Bob Rogers (trombone).
Aerosmith: Steven Tyler (vocals, keyboards, harmonica, mandolin, percussion); Joe Perry (vocals, guitar, dulcimer); Brad Whitford (guitar); Tom Hamilton (electric bass); Joey Kramer (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Desmond Child (vocals, keyboards); Don Henley, Lenny Kravitz (vocals); Thom Gimbel (saxophone, keyboards, background vocals); John Webster (keyboards, programming); Richie Supa (keyboards); Mapuhi T. Tekurio, Melvin Liufau, Wesey Mamea, Liainaiala Tagaloa, Sandy Kanaeholo, Aladd Alatina Teofilo Jr. (Polynesian log drums).
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