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Old 02-06-2014, 12:52 PM   #1
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Aerosmith "Baying At The Moon:1978 Radio Broadcast"

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Having sold over 150 million albums worldwide, Aerosmith can justifiably lay claim to being the best-selling American rock band of all time. Each of the four studio albums from which material in this set is drawn is now multi-platinum selling releases; that's what you call success. The band originally came together in Boston in 1970. First rhythm guitarist Ray Tabano was replaced the following year by Brad Whitford, joining vocalist Steven Tyler, guitarist Joe Perry, bassist Tom Hamilton and drummer Joey Kramer in Aerosmith s classic, best-loved and most highly-regarded line-up. Having quickly built a solid live following locally, the band was soon signed by Columbia Records and their eponymous debut album was released in January 1973. It ably demonstrated the group's Blues-rock prowess, and from it Dream On became their first chart single, reaching number 59. From there they never really looked back, the momentum began to build until the band really broke through into the mainstream with the 8 x platinum selling Toys in the Attic in 1975. This high energy show is from Aerosmith's 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. The set list this evening is stuffed with classic numbers - including a brace of Top 40 single hits: Sweet Emotion (No.36, 1975) and Walk This Way (No.10, 1977). Also hugely popular live crowd-pleasers are Steven Tyler's Seasons Of Wither, Lord Of The Thighs and Same Old Song And Dance (all from 1974's Get Your Wings album). From current album, the December 1977 release Draw The Line are no less than six killer cuts: I Wanna Know Why, Sight For Sore Eyes, Kings And Queens, Get It Up, Milk Cow Blues and the title track. From the band's previous album, Rocks (May, 1976) come opening cut Rats in the Cellar and Get the Lead Out. The band's most successful album ever, 1975's Toys in the Attic is represented by Big Ten Inch Record, Walk This Way, Sweet Emotion and the title track. As well as being massively successful sales-wise, these two albums are very highly regarded by fans and both appear in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. Also notable is Chip Away the Stone, a song written by Richie Supa, a friend of the band, which was released as a single and also appears on Aerosmith's Live! Bootleg album (1977). Although most of the set is comprised of original material, at the close there are steam-rolling covers of Kokomo Arnold s perennial Milk Cow Blues and Train Kept Rollin (a dynamite number popularised by Jimmy Page's pre-Led Zeppelin combo, the highly influential Yardbirds). But enough of the hyperbole, for real proof of Aerosmith's metal, just crank this baby up and let it rock!!!
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