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Nine Lives is the 12th studio album by American rockers Aerosmith, released March 18, 1997. They had signed a multi-million-dollar contract with Columbia Records before they had completed their deal with Geffen, which meant that a lot was riding on their first Columbia LP since ´82.
During the recording the band nearly broke up, and they worked with a number of producers including Glen Ballard, the man behind Alanis Morissette before settling on Kevin Shirley.
The album peaked at #1 at the Billboard Charts and hitsingle Pink won a Grammy for Best Rock Performance.
The album has been released with various tracklistings (ranging from 12 to 15 tracks). This audiophile pressing contains the 'European' listing with 15 tracks.
Includes the monster hit 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing´, featured on the soundtrack of blockbuster movie Armageddon.
180 grams audiophile vinyl
15-track version1. Nine Lives
2. Falling In Love
3. Hole In My Soul
4. Taste Of India
5. Full Circle
6. Something's Gotta Give
7. Ain't That A Bitch
8. The Farm
10. Kiss Your Past Goodbye
12. Falling Off Bonus Track
13. Attitude Adjustment
14. Fallen Angels$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Get A GripGet a Grip is the eleventh studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, originally released on April 20, 1993, by Geffen Records. Get a Grip was the band's last studio album to be released by Geffen before they returned to Columbia Records.
Get a Grip featured guests including Don Henley, who sang backup on Amazing, and Lenny Kravitz, who offered backup vocals and collaboration to Line Up. As on Permanent Vacation and Pump, this album featured numerous song collaborators from outside the band including Desmond Child, Jim Vallance, Mark Hudson, Richie Supa, Taylor Rhodes, Jack Blades, and Tommy Shaw.
Get a Grip became Aerosmith's best-selling studio album worldwide, achieving sales of over 20 million copies, and is tied with Pump for their second best-selling album in the United States, selling over 7 million copies as of 1995. (Toys in the Attic leads with eight million). This also made it their third consecutive album with US sales of at least five million. Two songs from the album won Grammy Awards for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, in 1993 and 1994. The album was voted Album of the Year by Metal Edge readers in the magazine's 1993 Readers' Choice Awards, while Livin' on the Edge was voted Best VideoLP 1
2. Eat The Rich
3. Get A Grip
5. Livin' On The Edge
7. Walk On Down
8. Shut Up And Dance
2. Gotta Love It
4. Line Up
5. Can't Stop Messin'
7. Boogie Man$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Permanent VacationPermanent Vacation is the ninth studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, originally released in August 1987 by Geffen Records.
The album marks a turning point in the band's career. It is their first to employ professional songwriters, instead of featuring material solely composed by members of the band. This came at the suggestion of executive John Kalodner. He also pushed the band to work with producer Bruce Fairbairn, who remained with them for another two albums. It was also the first Aerosmith album to be promoted by heavy music video airplay on MTV. Though Done with Mirrors was intended to mark Aerosmith's comeback, Permanent Vacation is often considered their true comeback, as it was the band's first truly popular album since their reunion. Rag Doll, Dude (Looks Like a Lady), and Angel became major hits (all three charted in the Top 20) and helped Permanent Vacation become the band's greatest success in a decade.1. Heart's Done Time
2. Magic Touch
3. Rag Doll
5. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
6. St. John
7. Hangman Jury
8. Girl Keeps Coming Apart
10. Permanent Vacation
11. I'm Down
12. The Movie$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
RocksAerosmith's 1976 classic Rocks captures Aerosmith at the band's most raw and rocking, featuring Back in the Saddle and Last Child.1. Back In The Saddle (2012 Remaster)
2. Last Child (2012 Remaster)
3. Rats In The Cellar (2012 Remaster)
4. Combination (2012 Remaster)
5. Sick As A Dog (2012 Remaster)
6. Nobody's Fault (2012 Remaster)
7. Get The Lead Out (2012 Remaster)
8. Lick And A Promise (2012 Remaster)
9. Home Tonight (2012 Remaster)$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
PumpPump is the tenth studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, originally released on September 12, 1989. It features the hit singles Love In An Elevator and Janie's Got A Gun.1. Young Lust
3. Going Down/Love In An Elevator
4. Monkey On My Back
5. Water Song/Janie's Got A Gun
6. Dulcimer Stomp/The Other Side
7. My Girl
8. Don't Get Mad, Get Even
9. Hoodoo/Voodoo Medicine Man
10. What It Takes$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Toys In The AtticRanked 228/500 On Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Remastered From The Original Source Tapes!
Contains the classics Sweet Emotion, Walk This Way, & Toys In The Attic
After nearly getting off the ground with Get Your Wings, Aerosmith finally perfected their mix of Stonesy raunch and Zeppelin-esque riffing with their third album, Toys in the Attic. The success of the album derives from a combination of an increased sense of songwriting skills and purpose. Not only does Joe Perry turn out indelible riffs like Walk This Way, Toys in the Attic, and Sweet Emotion, but Steven Tyler has fully embraced sleaziness as his artistic muse. Taking his cue from the old dirty blues Big Ten Inch Record, Tyler writes with a gleeful impishness about sex throughout Toys in the Attic, whether it's the teenage heavy petting of Walk This Way, the promiscuous Sweet Emotion, or the double-entendres of Uncle Salty and Adam's Apple. The rest of Aerosmith, led by Perry's dirty, exaggerated riffing, provide an appropriately greasy backing. Before Toys in the Attic, no other hard rock band sounded like this. Sure, Aerosmith cribbed heavily from the records of the Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, and Led Zeppelin, but they didn't have any of the menace of their influences, nor any of their mystique. Aerosmith was a gritty, street-wise hard rock band who played their blues as blooze and were in it for a good time; Toys in the Attic crystallizes that attitude.
-All Music Guide1. Toys in the Attic
2. Uncle Salty
3. Adam's Apple
4. Walk This Way
5. Big Ten Inch Record
6. Sweet Emotion
7. No More No More
8. Round and Round
9. You See Me Crying$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
AerosmithRemastered from the original source tapes!
Contains the classics Dream On & Mama Kin
In retrospect, it's a bit shocking how fully formed the signature Aerosmith sound was on their self-titled 1973 debut -- which may not be the same thing as best-executed, because this album still sounds like a first album, complete with the typical stumbles and haziness that comes with a debut. Despite all this, Aerosmith clearly showcases all the attributes of the band that would become the defining American hard rock band of the '70s. Here, the Stones influences are readily apparent, from the Jagger-esque phrasing of Steven Tyler to the group's high-octane boogie, but the group displays little of the Stones' deep love of blues here. Instead, Aerosmith is bloozy -- their riffs don't swing, they slide. They borrow liberally from Led Zeppelin's hybridization of Chess and Sun riffs without ever sounding much like Zep. They are never as British as Zeppelin -- they lack the delicate folky preciousness, they lack the obsession with blues authenticity, they lack the larger-than-life persona of so many Brit bands. They are truly an American band, sounding as though they were the best bar band in your local town, cranking out nasty hard-edged rock, best heard on Mama Kin, the best rocker here, one that's so greasy it nearly slips through their fingers. But the early masterpiece is, of course, Dream On, the first full-fledged power ballad. There was nothing quite like it in 1973, and it remains the blueprint for all power ballads since. The rest of the record contains the seeds of Aerosmith's sleazoid blues-rock, but they wouldn't quite perfect that sound until the next time around.
-All Music Guide1. Make It
3. Dream On
4. One Way Street
5. Mama Kin
6. Write Me
7. Movin' Out
8. Walkin' The Dog$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Long Cold WinterLong Cold Winter is the second studio album by American Glam Rock band Cinderella, released in 1988. With Long Cold Winter, Cinderella started to move away from the Glam Rock music of their previous album and into a more Blues Rock-oriented direction, akin to early 1970s Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Humble Pie, Bad Company, and Deep Purple.
The record reached No. 10 in the US and became double-platinum for shipping 2 million copies in the US by the end of the year, just as their debut album Night Songs had done earlier. It was later certified triple platinum.
The album features four singles, which all charted in the US: Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone), which was to be Cinderella's highest-charting single, The Last Mile, Coming Home and Gypsy Road.1. Bad Seamstress Blues / Fallin' Apart At The Seams
2. Gypsy Road
3. Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)
4. The Last Mile
5. Second Wind
6. Long Cold Winter
7. If You Don't Like It
8. Coming Home
9. Fire And Ice
10. Take Me Back$31.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Draw The LineAerosmith's 1977 release Draw the Line responded to then-emerging punk with a full-on straight-ahead hard rock assault, wrapped in an iconic cover art by American caricaturist Art Hirschfeld.1. Draw the Line (2012 Remaster)
2. I Wanna Know Why (2012 Remaster)
3. Critical Mass (2012 Remaster)
4. Get It Up (2012 Remaster)
5. Bright Light Fright (2012 Remaster)
6. Kings and Queens (2012 Remaster)
7. The Hand That Feeds (2012 Remaster)
8. Sight for Sore Eyes (2012 Remaster)
9. Milk Cow Blues (2012 Remaster)$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Armageddon The Album
180 Gram Red Translucent Colored Vinyl
1st Time On Vinyl!
Armageddon: The Album is the soundtrack album to the 1998 Touchstone Pictures film Armageddon. The album features several songs recorded specifically for the soundtrack, including I Don't Want to Miss a Thing and What Kind of Love Are You On, performed by Aerosmith, Remember Me, performed by Journey, and Mister Big Time, performed by Jon Bon Jovi. Our Lady Peace's Starseed is a remixed version of the original.LP 1
1. I Don't Want To Miss A Thing - Aerosmith
2. Remember Me - Journey feat. lead vocals by Steve Augeri
3. What Kind of Love Are You On - Aerosmith
4. La Grange - ZZ Top
5. Roll Me Away - Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
6. When the Rainbow Comes - Shawn Colvin
1. Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith
2. Mister Big Time - Jon Bon Jovi
3. Come Together - Aerosmith
4. Wish I Were You - Patty Smyth
5. Starseed - Our Lady Peace
6. Leaving On A Jet Plane - Chantal Kreviazuk
7. Theme from Armageddon - Trevor Rabin
8. Animal Crackers - Steven Tyler / Live Tyler (Dialogue by Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler)$39.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
$34.99 $18.99 Save $16.00 (46%)
Draw The Line (On Sale)Aerosmith's 1977 release Draw the Line responded to then-emerging punk with a full-on straight-ahead hard rock assault, wrapped in an iconic cover art by American caricaturist Art Hirschfeld.1. Draw the Line
2. I Wanna Know Why
3. Critical Mass
4. Get It Up
5. Bright Light Fright
6. Kings and Queens
7. The Hand That Feeds
8. Sight for Sore Eyes
9. Milk Cow Blues$34.99 $18.99 Save $16.00 (46%)180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Down On The Upside (Awaiting Repress)Remastered Reissue On 180 Gram Vinyl
After the huge commercial breakthrough of Superunknown-where Soundgarden expanded its attack to include pop hooks, psychedelic riffage, and production values-the foursome decided to work harder at rocking harder.
From the opening chords of Pretty Noose, the group brings out the brawny guitars and slightly leavens them with sweet harmonies. With Rhinosaur, Kim Thayil churns out more guitar-hero riffs for young America to master. Zero Chance turns to the quiet side as Chris Cornell ruminates in a depressive mood: Born without a friend/And bound to die alone. Ty Cobb floors the acceleration with no brakes. Robin Trower's Bridge of Sighs is evoked within Tighten & Tighter, while No Attention ventures toward Rocks-era Aerosmith, an occasional Soundgarden touchstone.
The album's obvious centerpiece, however, is Blow Up the Outside World, with its mix of acoustic and electric guitars; it builds toward a cathartic chorus that rings true of everything Soundgarden could ever be.LP 1
1. Pretty Noose
3. Zero Chance
5. Ty Cobb
6. Blow Up The Outside World
7. Burden In My Hand
8. Never Named
2. Never The Machine Forever
3. Tighter & Tighter
4. No Attention
5. Switch Opens
7. An Unkind
8. Boot Camp$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Rocks Donington 2014Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014 is much more than just a great gig. It is a lasting document of the powerful and explosive band that these five men - Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, Tom Hamilton and Joey Kramer - have made with each other and with fans of rock and roll everywhere.LP1
1. Train Kept A-Rollin'
2. Eat The Rich
3. Love In An Elevator
6. Livin' On The Edge
1. Last Child
2. Freedom Fighter
3. Same Old Song And Dance
4. Janie's Got A Gun
5. Toys In The Attic
6. I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
7. No More No More
8. Come Together
1. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
2. Walk This Way
3. Home Tonight
4. Dream On
5. Sweet Emotion
6. Mama Kin / Mannish Boy$45.99Vinyl LP + DVD - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Virginia Connection 1988This enticing broadcast performance was transmitted across the greater Virginia area on 16th November 1987, as Aerosmith were promoting their best selling album ever, Permanent Vacation. The set-list of course featured a number of cuts from this record, however the show was also notable for its wide selection of Aerosmith classics, taken from virtually every album the band had put out to date.LP 1
2.Toys in the Attic
3.Same Old Song & Dance
4.Dude (Looks Like a Lady)
5.Big 10 Inch Record
8.Back in the Saddle
10.Draw the Line (Live)
11.Rats in the Cellar (Live)
12.Dream On (Live)
13.Sweet Emotion (Live)
14.Walk This Way (Live)
15.Train Kept a Rollin' (Live)$37.99Vinyl LP -2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
RehabilitatedThis important concert captures AEROSMITH at the crucial turning point in their career. Broadcast live by WBCN from their home state of Massachusetts, it comes just a few weeks before the recording of walk this way, and shows the band in energetic form as they move on from 'Done With Mirrors' through rehab, and onwards towards their greatest success yet.LP 1
1.Back In The Saddle
2.Same Old Song And Dance
3.Big Ten Inch Record
4.My Fist Your Face
7.She's On Fire
2.Walk This Way
3.Let The Music Do The Talking
6.Toys In The Attic
8.Train Kept A-Rollin'$37.99140 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Sloe GinSloe Gin is the seventh solo album by Joe Bonamassa, voted by Guitar Player readers as 2007's Best Blues Guitarist, blues-rock guitar virtuoso, vocalist, and songwriter. Sloe Gin re-teams him with producer Kevin Shirley (Joe Satriani, Black Crowes, Aerosmith, Led Leppelin), who produced 2006's You & Me, which debuted at #1 on Billboard's Blues Chart in June of last year.
Sloe Gin effortlessly ranges through heavy blues and acoustic numbers alike, a textured flow that Bonamassa says was in part inspired by Rod Stewart's legendary 1969 debut solo LP.1. Ball Peen Hammer
2. One Of These Days
4. Dirt In My Pocket
5. Sloe Gin
6. Another Kind of Love
7. Around The Bend
8. Black Night
9. Jelly Roll
11. India$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
A Brand New Song And Dance
Deluxe Black & White Colored Vinyl
Aerosmiths Done with Mirrors Tour, in support of the band's 1985 comeback album, was their second live jaunt following the reunion of the classic Aerosmith lineup in 1984. Recorded during the initial leg of the Done with Mirrors Tour, this show is pulled from the Boston based band's concert performance near their home turf, in Worcester, Massachusetts on March 12th 1986. The Bad Boys from Beantown kicked out this inspired set with incredible energy, their legendary panache and no shortage of good time rock n roll.LP 1
1.Back In The Saddle
2.Same Old Song & Dance
3.My Fist Your Face
1.Shes On Fire
2.The Hop 5:35
3.Walk This Way
4.Let The Music Do The Talking
6.Toys In The Attic$37.99140 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
We're All Alright! (Deluxe)Cheap Trick has announced the release of a new album, We're All Alright. Named in tribute to the band's 1978 hit Surrender, the album is the follow-up to last year's Bang, Zoom, Crazy... Hello, voted the 12th best album of last year by Classic Rock.
The band has also released a new song, Long Time Coming. Its riff bears more than a passing resemblance to The Kinks' classic All Day And All Of The Night, and it features the kind of keyboard motif that underpinned so many of the band's classic hits. It's our interpretation of Slade and MC5 and AC/DC and Aerosmith, Rick Nielson tells Billboard, but they're not steals. It's just, like, all the bands we like.
Y'know, we always write, but it's more fun to write for a project and write for a reason, he says. We have a company (Big Machine Records) that believes in us and they like the work and they're letting us make more records, which is cool. Making records is one of the ambitions we've always had. I don't think the desire has ever gone away.
We're All Alright was co-produced by the band Julian Raymond, and will be available in Standard and Deluxe Editions. The latter including three additional bonus tracks, among them a cover of The Move's 1968 hit Blackberry Way.
(teamrock.com)1. You Got It Going On
2. Long Time Coming
4. Radio Lover
6. Brand New Name On An Old Tattoo
7. Floating Down
8. She's Alright
9. Listen To Me
10. The Rest Of My Life
11. Blackberry Way
12. Like A Fly
13. If You Still Want My Love$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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
Baying At The MoonThis high energy show is from Aerosmith's 1978 national tour in support of their 5th album - Draw the Line. It was broadcast live-as-it-happened on Boston's local FM station WBCN. As you would expect in the band's hometown, The Music Hall was completely sold out for this gig and the crowd was really pumped, resulting in what is regarded as the hottest performance from the boys during this outstanding tour.LP1
1. Intro (Live)
2. Rats In The Cellar (Live)
3. I Wanna Know Why (Live)
4. Big Ten Inch Record (Live)
5. Walk This Way (Live)
6. Sight For Sore Eyes (Live)
7. Seasons Of Wither (Live)
8. Sweet Emotion (Live)
9. Lord Of The Thighs (Live)
1. Kings And Queens (Live)
2. Chip Away (Live)
3. Get The Lead Out (Live)
4. Get It Up (Live)
5. Draw The Line (Live)
6. Same Old Song And Dance (Live)
7. Toys In The Attic (Live)
8. Milk Cow Blues (Live)
9. Train Kept A Rollin' (Live)
10. Outro (Live)$37.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
117 DegreesFirst Pressing Of 1000 Numbered Copies On Blue Marbled Vinyl
117 Degrees (1998) is the second studio album by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Izzy Stradlin, and his first musical work not released under a band name. The album picks up right where The Ju Ju Hounds left off, offering a set of 14 bluesy hard rockers in the vein of Chuck Berry, the Stones, the Faces, Aerosmith, and Guns N'Roses
117 Degrees features appearances from Stradlin's former Guns N' Roses bandmate Duff McKagan and former Ju Ju Hounds' bandmate Rick Richards, also ex-of The Georgia Satellites. The tracks "Memphis, Tennessee" and "Good Enough" feature the Ju Ju Hounds lineup, as the songs were recorded by the band before breaking up.
This album rocks harder than most roots-Rock albums of the late '90s. None of his contemporaries were even trying for this kind of unassuming, straightforward, well-crafted Hard Rock.1. Ain't It A Bitch
2. Gotta Say
4. Old Hat
7. Good Enough
9. Here Before You
10. Up Jumped The Devil
12. Freight Train
14. Surf Roach$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Done With MirrorsDone with Mirrors is the eighth studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, originally released on November 9, 1985. The release marked the return to the band of guitarists Joe Perry, who had left the group in 1979, and Brad Whitford, who had left the band in 1981. It was also the band's first album released by Geffen Records.1. Let The Music Do The Talking
2. My Fist Your Face
3. Shame On You
4. The Reason A Dog
6. Gypsy Boots
7. She's On Fire
8. The Hop$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Rock In A Hard PlaceOriginally released in 1982, Rock In A Hard Place is the only album in Aerosmith history to not include guitarist Joe Perry. The band still created world-class rock as evidenced in the title track as well as Prelude to Joanie, "Lightning Strikes," "Jailbait," "Bitch's Brew," and "Bolivian Ragamuffin.1. Jailbait (2012 Remaster)
2. Lightning Strikes (2012 Remaster)
3. Bitch's Brew (2012 Remaster)
4. Bolivian Ragamuffin (2012 Remaster)
5. Cry Me A River (2012 Remaster)
6. Prelude To Joanie (2012 Remaster)
7. Joanie's Butterfly (2012 Remaster)
8. Rock In A Hard Place (Cheshire Cat) (2012 Remaster)
9. Jig Is Up (2012 Remaster)
10. Push Comes To Shove (2012 Remaster)
$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Step BackBlues legend Johnny Winter will release a new studio album, Step Back, via Megaforce Records. The album, the followup to 2011's Roots, will find Winter exploring a more aggressive vintage-blues style.
The album also will feature a host of special guests, including Eric Clapton, Ben Harper, Billy Gibbons, Joe Perry, Dr. John, Leslie West, Brian Setzer and Joe Bonnamassa.
"If there's good people, other good musicians, people enjoy it. I just love it, Winter says. [Step Back] is just to bring it to the people of today who haven't listened to the old music. It's better than anything they hear today.
Produced by Winter's guitarist, Paul Nelson, Step Back opens with "Unchain My Heart," which features Winter and his band joined by the Blues Brothers horns. ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons is featured on "Where Can You Be."
"I never had the opportunity to jam with him [in the Sixties and Seventies]," Gibbons says. "I was content to remain in awe and admiration."
"If it weren't for Johnny Winter, I would have never picked up the guitar," adds Aerosmith's Joe Perry, who joins Winter on Lightnin' Hopkins' "Mojo Hand."
Other highlights include Winter's guitar and vocal trade-offs with Harper on Willie Dixon's "Can't Hold Out (Talk to Me Baby)," Winter and Clapton's rendition of Bobby Bland's "Don't Want No Woman" and Winter and Dr. John honoring Fats Domino with "Blue Monday."
"When you hear that sound come out of that Firebird guitar, you know it can be the one and only Johnny Winter," says Setzer, who is featured on Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's "Okie Dokie Stomp."
- Jackson Maxwell (Guitar World)1. Unchain My Heart - Johnny Winter
2. Can't Hold Out (Talk To Me Baby) - Johnny Winter with Ben Harper
3. Don't Want No Woman - Johnny Winter with Eric Clapton
4. Killing Floor - Johnny Winter with Paul Nelson
5. Who Do You Love - Johnny Winter
6. Okie Dokie Stomp - Johnny Winter with Brian Setzer
7. Where Can You Be - Johnny Winter with Billy Gibbons
8. Sweet Sixteen - Johnny Winter with Joe Bonamassa
9. Death Letter -Johnny Winter
10. My Babe - Johnny Winter with Jason Ricci
11. Long Tall Sally - Johnny Winter with Leslie West
12. Mojo Hand - Johnny Winter with Joe Perry
13. Blue Monday - Johnny Winter with Dr. John$17.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now