Rock, Metal The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock.html Thu, 26 Apr 2018 03:40:31 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb '77 - Maximum Rock 'N Roll (2013) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/3130-77/16098-77-maximum-rock-n-roll-2013.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/3130-77/16098-77-maximum-rock-n-roll-2013.html '77 - Maximum Rock 'N Roll (2013)

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01. Maximum Rock 'N Roll
02. Don't You Scream
03. Down And Dirty
04. Highway Rebel
05. Jazz It Up
06. Stay Away From Water
07. You Bore Me
08. Take Me Or Leave Me
09. Virtually Good
10. 16 Years Old King

Armand Valeta – Vocals and Guitar
LG Valeta – Lead Guitar
Dolphin – Drums
Raw – Bass

 

This hard rockin’ quartet from Barcelona Spain, known simply as ’77 (and yes their name is taken from the release year of “Let There Be Rock” by rockers AC/DC), is here to rock your world in an, oh so familiar way, with their third offering from Listenable Records, “Maximum Rock’n’Roll!” And I assure you….it lives up to its name! ’77 has absolutely nothing to hide when they claim that they are influenced by the Bon Scott era of AC/DC.

After just one run through of this LP, if I didn’t know better I would swear this album would fit chronologically, somewhere between AC/DC’s “High Voltage” and “Powerage.” From the uncanny resemblance of front man Armand Valeta’s voice to that of Bon Scott to the driving bass lines of Raw Rau, ’77 is a perfect retro fit to the hard rock of yesteryear! Armand not only covers the vocal duties, but also slings an axe. And yet another coincidental comparison to their influential heroes in AC/DC, Armand’s Brother LG Valeta takes to task the duties of lead guitar stretching strings in a manner that would make Angus Young proud! LG does not disappoint! All the while Dolphin Riot compliments the driving bass lines with crisp, yet simplistic time keeping from behind the drum kit.

The title track, Maximum Rock’n’Roll, is also the lead track. And at approximately 6 seconds in, the toe tapping starts, setting the tone for a rock’n’roll party with a cliché boogie riff, a touch of distortion and an injection of rockabilly. And it only takes a little over 60 seconds to get the first dose of AC/DC influenced song writing as the familiar contrasting high tone guitar fills shine brightly!

It doesn’t take long for the ’77 boys to shift gears and jam the throttle down! As Don’t You Scream, gets rolling so does the inadvertent head bobbing! One of the stronger songs on the album, Down and Dirty, lends enough sleaze to the psyche to keep any rock’n’roll attitude fresh, not to mention its ready made for just about any strip club runway in town! Jazz It Up adds “funk” to the mix with a very catchy rhythm and probably the most “original” sound on the entire album. There are definitely some high points to this disc in tracks Highway Rebel, Virtually Good, You Bore Me and the aforementioned Down and Dirty and Jazz It Up. But even the tracks that fill in around these are very good!

As opposed to riff driven writing, ’77 has lent themselves to the AC/DC style of high volume, simple chord progression, driving bass lines while concentrating their songs with memorable guitar fills that you will remember for a long time! If you are a rocker and like ‘70s flavored Hard Rock. ---heavymetalicu.com

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01. Bill Haley & His Comets — Rock Around the Clock
02. Elvis Presley — Jailhouse Rock
03. The Everly Brothers — Wake Up Little Susie
04. Gene Vincent — Be-Bop-a-Lula
05. Bo Diddley — Bo Diddley
06. Etta James — Tough Lover
07. Little Richard — Tutti Frutti
08. The Coasters — Yakety Yak
09. Ray Charles — I Got a Woman
10. Amos Milburn — Chicken Shack Boogie
11. Elvis Presley — My Baby Left Me
12. The Bobbettes — Mr. Lee
13. Ricky Nelson — Boppin' the Blues
14. Sheb Wooley — The Purple People Eater
15. Joe Turner — Shake, Rattle and Roll
16. Wanda Jackson — Let's Have a Party
17. The Clovers — Love Potion No. 9
18. The Champs — Tequila
19. Danny And The Juniors — At the Hop
20. Jerry Lee Lewis — Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

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21. Carl Perkins — Blue Suede Shoes
22. Fats Domino — Blueberry Hill
23. Bobby Darin — Splish Splash
24. Louis Prima — Jump, Jive, An' Wail
25. Ritchie Valens — La Bamba
26. Elvis Presley — Hound Dog
27. Little Richard — Long Tall Sally
28. Chuck Berry — Roll Over Beethoven
29. Jackie Wilson — Reet Petite
30. The Everly Brothers — All I Have to Do Is Dream
31. Connie Francis — Stupid Cupid
32. Bobby Day — Rockin' Robin
33. Elvis Presley — Heartbreak Hotel
34. Jerry Lee Lewis — High School Confidential
35. Bill Haley & His Comets — See You Later, Alligator
36. Little Richard — Lucille
37. The Diamonds — Little Darlin'
38. Chuck Berry — Sweet Little Sixteen
39. Buddy Holly — That'll Be the Day
40. Elvis Presley — All Shook Up
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41. Big Bopper — Chantilly Lace
42. Chuck Berry — Maybellene
43. Wanda Jackson — Fujiyama Mama
44. Cliff Richard — High Class Baby
45. Johnny Otis — Willie and the Hand Jive
46. Little Richard — Good Golly Miss Molly
47. The Everly Brothers — Claudette
48. Jerry Lee Lewis — Great Balls of Fire
49. Fats Domino — Whole Lotta Loving
50. Buddy Holly — Rave On
51. Eddie Cochran — Summertime Blues
52. Frankie Avalon — Venus
53. Bill Haley & His Comets — Crazy Man Crazy
54. Don & Dewey — Koko Joe
55. Gene Vincent & His Blue Cats — Race With the Devil
56. Fats Domino — I'm in Love Again
57. The Monotones — Book of Love
58. The Coasters — Charlie Brown
59. Duane Eddy — Rebel Rouser
60. Gene Vincent — Bluejean Bop

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61. The Everly Brothers — Bye Bye Love
62. Chuck Berry — Johnny B. Goode
63. Buddy Holly — Peggy Sue
64. Jerry Lee Lewis — Breathless
65. Sanford Clark — Modern Romance
66. Little Richard — Keep a Knockin'
67. Johnny Burnette Trio — Tear It Up
68. Cliff Richard — Move It
69. Buddy Holly — Not Fade Away
70. Ricky Nelson — Shirley Lee
71. Joe Bennett & The Sparkletones — Black Slacks
72. Eddie Cochran — Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie
73. Roy Orbison — Ooby Dooby
74. Gene Vincent — Say Mama
75. Joe Turner — Flip, Flop and Fly
76. Ritchie Valens — Come On, Let's Go
77. Elvis Presley — Hard Headed Woman
78. The Johnny Burnette Trio — Rock Billy Boogie
79. Arvee Allens — Fast Freight
80. Link Wray & The Wraymen — Rumble

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81. Duane Eddy — Cannonball
82. The Collins Kids — Mercy
83. Johnny Tillotson — Well I'm Your Man
84. Ricky Nelson — There's Good Rockin' Tonight
85. Roy Orbison — I Like Love
86. Bobby Hendricks — Itchy Twitchy Feeling
87. Danny And The Juniors — Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay
88. Ricky Nelson — Down the Line
89. Fats Domino — I'm Walkin'
90. Elvis Presley — I Got Stung
91. The Everly Brothers — Rit It Up
92. Hank Ballard & The Midnighters — The Twist
93. Buddy Holly — Well... All Right
94. Bobby Freeman — Betty Lou Got a New Pair of Shoes
95. The Everly Brothers — Bird Dog
96. Eddie Cochran — C'mon Everybody
97. Johnny Burnette Trio — Honey Hush
98. Buddy Holly & The Crickets — Oh Boy!
99. Dale Hawkins — Susie Q
100. Boyd Bennett & His Rockets — Seventeen

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1000% Metal Ballads (2009) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1033-best-metal-ballads/2805-best-metal-ballads.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1033-best-metal-ballads/2805-best-metal-ballads.html 1000% Metal Ballads (2009)

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01. Europe – Carrie
02. Scorpions - Still Loving You
03. Metallica - Nothing Else Metters
04. Deep Purple - Soldier Of Fortune
05. Strangeway - Goodnight01. Helloween - A Tale That Wasn't Right 02. Iron Maiden - Como Estais Amigos 03. Metallica - Nothing Else Metters 04. Royal Hunt - Clown In The Mirror 05. Strangeway - Goodnight L.r. 06. W. A. S. P. – Sleeping 07. Nightwish - Sleeping Sun09 - Ozzy Osbourne - I Just Want You 08. Moonspell – Ghostosong 10. Scorpions - Still Loving You 11. Talisman - All I Want 12. Poison - Every Rose Has It's Thorn 13. Manowar – Courage 14. Iron Savior - After The War 15. Pretty Maids - If It Can't Be Love 16. Blind Guardian – Nightfall 17. Deep Purple - Soldier Of Fortune 18. Gamma Ray – Pray 19. Europe – Carrie 20. Hammerfall - Remember Yesterday 21. Ratt - Givin' Yourself Away 22. Nazareth - Love Hurts 23. Rhapsody - The Blood Race Of The Jans 24. Ozzy Osbourne - Mama, I'm Coming Home 25. Bonfire - Goodnight Amanda 26. Cinderella - Don't Know What You Got 27. Accept – Seawinds 28. Whitesnake - Is This Love 29. UDO - In The Darkness 30. DIO - All The Fools Sailed Away 31. Kreator - Golden Age 32. Megadeth - Blood Of Heroes 33. Nostradameus - Without Your Love 34. Royal Hunt - Follow Me 35. Scorpions - Wind of Change 36. Stratovarius - 4000 Rainy Nights 37. Lacrimosa - Dich Zu Toten Fiel Mir Schwer 38. Blacksmith - The King Has Lost His Crown 39. Aerosmith - Janie's Got A Gun 40. Bruce Dickinson - Tears Of The Dragon 41. House Of Lords - Love Don't Lie 42. Nazareth - Dream On 43. MSG (Mcauley Schkber Group) – Time 44. Sonata Arctica - Letter To Dana 45. Metallica - The Unforgiven 46. Heart – Along 47. Bonfire - Give It A Try 48. Great White - House Of Broken Love 49. Therion - The King 50. Twilight Guardians – Snowtall

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluesever) Best Metal Ballads Thu, 17 Dec 2009 17:35:17 +0000
10cc - 10cc (1973) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1577-10cc/4791-10cc-10cc-1973.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1577-10cc/4791-10cc-10cc-1973.html 10cc - 10cc (1973)

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01. Johnny Don't Do It (Kevin Godley/Lol Creme/Graham Gouldman) – 3:35
02. Sand In My Face (Godley/Creme/Gouldman/Eric Stewart) – 3:37
03. Donna (Gouldman/Stewart) – 2:53
04. The Dean And I (Godley/Creme) – 3:02
05. Headline Hustler (Gouldman/Stewart) – 3:30
06. Speed Kills (Stewart/Godley/Creme/Gouldman) – 3:46
07. Rubber Bullets (Godley/Creme/Gouldman) – 5:16
08. The Hospital Song (Godley/Creme) – 2:40
09. Ships Don't Disappear In The Night (Do They?) (Gouldman/Stewart) – 3:03
10. Fresh Air For My Mama (Godley/Creme/Stewart)– 3:02

- Graham Gouldman - bass, acoustic guitar, dobro guitar, electric guitar,
tambourine, vocals
- Kevin Godley - drums, percussion, vocals
- Eric Stewart - lead guitar, slide guitar, moog synthesizer, vocals
- Lol Creme - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, grand piano, synthesizer,
mellotron, percussion, vocals

 

Displaying a command of pop styles and satire, 10cc showed that they are a force to be reckoned with on their first album. Hooks abound, harmonies shine, and instrumentation is dazzling without being overdone. Though charges of "self-consciously clever" could be leveled at the group, their command of witty, Anglo-styled pop is so impressive that even those criticisms must be weighed against the mastery of styles. All four members sing lead and are talented songwriters, and this leads to a wide variety of styles that add to their vision. Featuring their number one U.K. hit "Rubber Bullets," 10cc wade through ten selections of satire and parody. One of the best is "Johnny Don't Do It," a parody of all the "death discs" of the late '50s and early '60s (the misunderstood "bad but really good" guy who is killed in a wreck). More contemporary and bitingly sarcastic is "Headline Hustler," a commentary on the ravenous, scandal-hungry media. Medical facilities and the treatment afforded there is given ripe 10cc commentary in "The Hospital Song." ("And when I go, I'll die of plaster casting love.") Whether doing loving parodies of the music they grew up with or satirizing contemporary issues, 10cc show themselves to be top-level purveyors of pop on their debut recording. Some might criticize the group for being too self-satisfied with their own intelligence, but there is no denying the true craftsmanship and humor on their 1973 debut. ---Michael Ofjord, allmusic.com

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10cc - Bloody Tourists (1978) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1577-10cc/4792-10cc-bloody-tourists-1978.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1577-10cc/4792-10cc-bloody-tourists-1978.html 10cc - Bloody Tourists (1978)

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01. Dreadlock Holiday (Eric Stewart/Graham Gouldman) – 4:27
02. For You And I (Eric Stewart/Graham Gouldman) – 5:17
03. Take These Chains (Eric Stewart/Graham Gouldman) – 2:35
04. Shock On The Tube (Don't Want Love) (Eric Stewart) – 3:37
05. Last Night (Graham Gouldman/Rick Fenn) – 3:09
06. The Anonymous Alcoholic (Eric Stewart/Graham Gouldman) – 5:37
07. Reds In My Bed (Eric Stewart/Stuart Tosh) – 4:07
08. Lifeline (Graham Gouldman) – 3:26
09. Tokyo (Eric Stewart) – 4:29
10. Old Mister Time (Eric Stewart/Duncan Mackay) – 4:24
11. From Rochdale To Ocho Rios (Graham Gouldman) – 3:40
12. Everything You Wanted To Know About!!! (Eric Stewart) – 4:24

- Eric Stewart - maracas, electric piano, organ, moog synthesizer, guitars,
grand piano, cow bells, vocals
- Graham Gouldman - basses, acoustic & electric guitar, cabasa, whistle, vocals
- Rick Fenn - electric guitar, organ, moog, bass, vocals
- Paul Burgess - congas, drums, glockenspiel, marimba, tambourine,
timbales, triangle, bells, drums, vibraphone
- Duncan Mackay - synthesizer, piano, violin, electric piano,
taurus bass pedals, vocals
- Stuart Tosh - drums, tambourine, cow bells, jingle bells,
trombone, bongos, congas, vocals

 

After proving they could keep 10cc alive as a duo act with 1977's successful Deceptive Bends, Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman pressed on in 1978 with Bloody Tourists. Although it scored some notable hits, it was a less consistent and less memorable affair than its predecessor. The problem with Bloody Tourists is that it feels like a group of session musicians trying to come up with songs in the 10cc style instead of a proper 10cc album. The eccentric humor that once flowed freely feels forced on this album: "Reds In My Bed" is a lame stab at Cold War satire that never really succeeds in saying anything while "Shock On The Tube (Don't Want Love)" tries to be daring with its tale of a subway sex fantasy and instead comes off as smutty and dull. Another problem is that the music propping up these narratives is lacking in both hooks and inspiration: the backing track for "Take These Chains" is a dull attempt at rockabilly that sounds like an especially poppy Eagles outtake and "The Anonymous Alcoholic" has a disco-parody portion that merely sounds like a mediocre example of the music it is supposedly sending up. However, the album's singles present a few bright moments: "For You And I" is a lovely ballad that fortifies its attractive melody with some strong vocal harmonies and "Dreadlock Holiday" chronicles the exploits of a hapless tourist in Jamaican against a catchy pop-reggae backdrop. Sadly, these are the first two tracks on the album so when they have passed there isn't much to look forward to. In the end, Bloody Tourists is competent enough to keep the 10cc's hardcore fans happy but the casual listener is advised to track down its hits on a compilation. ---Donald A. Guarisco, AllMusic Review

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10cc - Look Hear? (1980) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1577-10cc/4782-10cc-look-hear-1980.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/1577-10cc/4782-10cc-look-hear-1980.html 10cc - Look Hear? (1980)

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01. One-Two-Five (Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart) – 5:08
02. Welcome To The World (Rick Fenn, Duncan Mackay) – 3:39
03. How'm I Ever Gonna Say Goodbye (Fenn, Gouldman) – 3:36
04. Don't Send We Back (Fenn) – 3:15
05. I Took You Home (Stewart) – 5:06
06. It Doesn't Matter At All (Gouldman, Stewart) – 3:59
07. Dressed To Kill (Gouldman, Stewart) – 3:26
08. Lovers Anonymous (Gouldman, Stewart) – 5:02
09. I Hate To Eat Alone (Gouldman) – 2:53
10. Strange Lover (Gouldman, Stewart) – 3:39
11. L.A. Inflatable (Gouldman, Stewart) – 4:26

- Eric Stewart - lead vocals, guitars, electric piano, vocoder, slide lead guitar, marraca, percussion
- Graham Gouldman - lead vocals, bass, guitars, congas
- Paul Burgess - drums, percussion, marimba, timpani
- Duncan Mackay - Yamaha CS80, organ, clavinet duo, harpsichord, vocoder, tubular bells, electric piano
- Rick Fenn - vocals, guitars, lead vocals (04)
- Stuart Tosh - backing vocals, percussion, timpani

 

With 10cc's last album, Bloody Tourists, having spun off the monster hit "Dreadlock Holiday," it would be a very brave person indeed who could argue that the most consistently inventive band of the previous eight years had finally run out of steam. But there were clues; no follow-up hits on the last album, a certain lack of pizzazz on their most recent tours, and an incapacitating car accident that kept Eric Stewart immobile for almost nine months. Put all that together and, when Look Hear? did finally materialize, the surprise might have been that it was as good as it was. Which, to be honest, wasn't much. It was old news now that the departures of Godley and Creme had robbed the band of the left-field experimentation that made the earlier records such classics; this was the surviving duo's third album since then. But the enthusiasm, too, had gone. Songs on Look Hear? either struggled half-heartedly to amuse (the disco semi-parody "One Two Five," the odd "I Hate to Eat Alone"), or else they didn't do much of anything, beyond nailing a pleasant melody to some gentle words dripped slowly onto the rug. You listened and half of it went in one ear and out the other, and that is still the problem today. It's "OK." It's "not bad." It's "a bit bland." It's "ho hum." Two bonus tracks on the 7-Ts reissue include the single edit of "One Two Five" and its B-side, "Only Child." Neither adds nor subtracts anything from the main attraction, apart from further beautifying what is, surprisingly, the album's first domestic CD release. ---Dave Thompson, AllMusic Review

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