|1||Blue Jean Blues||4:49|
|2||Just Got Back From Baby`s||4:13|
|4||Waitin` For The Bus||2:52|
|5||A Fool For Your Stockings||4:19|
|7||Gimme All Your Lovin`||4:04|
|8||Just Got Paid||4:32|
|9||Jesus Just Left Chicago||3:33|
|10||Got Me Under Pressure||4:02|
|12||Sharp Dressed Man||4:18|
100% pure analog for trully natural sound!
Polydan uses (for this work):
- professional tapes from BASF, AMPEX, SONY
- the tone corrector based on EF7 & EF11 lamps
- recording machine from Studer, Revox (Speed 38,1 cm/s.).
Time: 53:29 Min.
The ZZ Top mystique was largely cultivated by their manager. Do your music, and make everybody come to you, he said. Other than Beard's brief mentions of leaving Dallas with a wife and a kid, and destroying a relationship with his substance abuse, there isn't a whiff of a mention of their personal lives otherwise. The story pretty much ends with 1983's Eliminator album and the Gimme All Your Lovin' and Legs videos. That's all that's essential to tell the story of the band's origins and success the rest is disposed of in two sentences on a black screen. The Six Pack is a box set released in 1987 by the American blues rock band ZZ Top. The compilation consisted of the first five albums by the band, digitally remixed to add newly recorded contemporary-sounding drum machine and rhythm tracks, digital reverb and distortion, and the original mix of the band's seventh album, El Loco. The remixing gave these releases a sound similar to Eliminator. The resulting remixes were also reissued on the standalone compact disc releases of the albums. The remixing. ZZ Top. 2012 Deluxe Version. The ZZ Top Sixpack. Chrome Smoke & BBQ: The ZZ Top Box. 100 Greatest Motivation Songs. ZZ Top didnt sound like a popular band. They sounded like the kind of band you hear in a scuzzy Texas roadhouse, or maybe on a backwoods campus. That said, the vast majority of rock fans probably dont know ZZ Top from their 70s shit-kicker Texas-chainsaw-blues-rock phase. That image of ZZ Top was so stylized that early on in That Little Ol Band From Texas, Billy Bob Thornton says that when you went to a ZZ Top concert, it was kind of like seeing Bugs Bunny on stage. Joshua Homme, of Queens of the Stone Age, talks about the grand mystery of it all: Who were they I know the feeling. ZZ Top's First Album may not be perfectly polished, but it does establish their sound, attitude, and quirks. Simply put, it's a dirty little blues-rock record, filled with fuzzy guitars, barrelhouse rhythms, dirty jokes, and Texan slang. They have a good, ballsy sound that hits at gut level, and if the record's not entirely satisfying, it's because they're still learning how to craft records - which means that they're still learning pacing as much as they're learning how to assemble a set of indelible material. ZZ Top really sounds young and different than they do today. I think this album shows their inexperience, but there are a few songs that I love on this album. That inexperience is actually a good thing. I was pleasantly surprised to hear this debut album, cd from ZZ Top. I always had stayed away from this cd as this one really doesn't have any of their famous hits to choose from. But that's one of the factors that makes this so great. Please, one per person. Sold Out. Cassette Digital Album. 200 pink, 200 blue, 200 white. With seven Billboard Top 10 albums to their name, multiple Platinum album certifications all over the world and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the legendary ZZ Top have the distinction of having the longest running original line-up of any major rock band. Now after over 45 years together, the Texas trio are finally set to release their first official live album, LIVE Greatest Hits From Around The World, on September 9th on Suretone Records. ZZ Top - Eliminator review: Legs is not really about sex. Review Summary: Legs is not really about sex. Most of you probably clicked on this thinking that it was going to be another ELIMINATOR ELIMINATOR ELIMINATOR ELIMINATOR ELIMINATOR. You're all sadly mistaken, my friends. Since all this album ever had was a joke review by me that was deleted ages ago, and what may very well be Zepdude7's The Door Mouse for the younger users worst sound-off ever, I decided to do this record justice considering my parents named me after it. In 1983, rock was gay. The Who was dead, Robert Plant had a solo album, and Motley Crue wasn't
Performer: ZZ Top
Title: Review (Plus 100 Series)
Release date: 2011
Label: Danelyan Sound Experience
Size MP3: 1526 mb
Size FLAC: 1254 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Record source: CDr, Promo, Mobile Fidelity 24K Gold