So what are you listening to right now? Any genre is cool.
Scott's Hidden Treasure
Depeche Mode - Wrong (courtesy of Niels)
Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo (courtesy of Jon)
Next week's Album of the Week (hint: think orchestra)
Shinedown - The Sound of Madness
439. Europe -Walk The Earth
440. Arcade - A/2
441. Arcadia - So Red The Rose
442. The Gaslight Anthem - American Slang
443. The Outfield - Diamond Days
444. Storyville - Bluest Eyes
445. Cinderella - Heartbreak Station
446. Megadeth - Countdown To Extinction
447. John Norum - Face It Live ‘97
448. Dennis DeYoung - One Hundred Years From Now
449. Kansas - The Absence Of Presence
450. Foo Fighters - Concrete And Gold
451. Volbeat - Beyond Hell/Above Heaven
452. Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More For The Fans
453. Warren Zevon - The Envoy
454. Scorpions - Love At First Sting 50th Anniversary Edition
455. Europe - The Final Countdown 30th Anniversary Show: Live At The Roundhouse
456. Neal Morse - One Special Edition
457. Brandi Carlile - Bear Creek
Heartbreak Station is my favorite Cinderella album.
And you know how much I love Warren Zevon's music.
By the way, Rock Candy Records just released 3 John Norum studio album reissues.
My latest playlist:
Various Artists - Boys on the Side Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution
Trouble Tribe - Trouble Tribe
Zevon - Wanted Dead or Alive
Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon
Greg Edmonson - Firefly TV Series Original Soundtrack
Carolyn Dawn Johnson - Room With A View
Huey Lewis & The News - Time Flies - The Best of Huey Lewis & The News
Warrant - The Best Of Warrant
Led Zeppelin - II
Led Zeppelin - III
Led Zeppelin - IV
.38 Special - The Very Best of the A&M Years (1977 - 1988)
Dee Snider - For The Love Of Metal Live!
Never look a gift AOR in its HARD&HEAVY.
1881. Warriors – S/T ℗1984/©? (7)
1882. W.A.S.P. – S/T ℗1984/©1997 (16)
1883. W.A.S.P. – The Last Command ℗1985/©1987 (10)
1884. W.A.S.P. – The Headless Children ℗1989/©1998 (14)
1885. W.A.S.P. – The Crimson Idol (2CD) ℗1992/©1998 (19)
1886. W.A.S.P. – Babylon ©2009 (13)
1887. Watch Tower – Energetic Disassembly (Ltd. Ed.) ℗1985/©1993 (0)
1888. Watchtower – Control And Resistance ℗1989 (3)
1889. Watson, Jeff – Around The Sun ©1993 (5)
1890. Waysted – Vices ℗1983/©1998 (1)
1891. Waysted – The Good The Bad The Waysted ©1995 (0)
1892. Weinhold, Jutta – To Be Or Not... ©1994 (0)
1893. Wellington – Szabadon (Free) ©1996 (0)
1894. Wellington – Végtelen Dal (Neverending Song) ©1997 (0)
1895. West, John – Mind Journey ©1997 (19)
1896. West, John – Permanent Mark ©1998 (16)
1897. West, John – Earth Maker ©2003 (10)
1898. Westworld – S/T ©1998 (1)
1899. Whitecross – High Gear ©1992 (10)
1900. White Heart – Tales Of Wonder ©1992 (35)
($1852.36 - $2749.55)
I have all those W.A.S.P. albums except Babylon. I love them all.
Is that Jeff Watson, the guitar player from Night Ranger? If so, I don't think I ever knew that he had a solo album.
Yes, that's him.
He put out 2 solo CDs.
1. Lone Ranger 1992 (Shrapnel Records) Instrumental release with notable guests: Brad Gillis, Sammy Hagar, Allan Holdsworth, Bob Daisley, Carmine Appice, Randy Coven, and Steve Morse among others.
2. Around The Sun 1993. A solo album with vocals (his and Steve Walsh's) + guest musicians. It was first released in Japan (the one I have), but later in 1999 it was released in US and Italy via (Frontiers Records) with 4 Bonus tracks not on Japan CD. All 3 versions have different cover art.
Thanks for the info. I'd be more interested in the Around The Sun release myself. I guess I'll have to add it to my list.
I'm not surprised you're leaning towards the Sun, and might even enjoy it more than I do since its vibe is more of a singer-songwriter type of an album than a typical guitar slingers affair. (Not that it doesn't have some great guitars on it).
Myself, I favor Lone Ranger for it is a helluva rocking album. One of the fine examples what an all Instrumental release should sound like.
Honeymoon Suite—The Big Prize
Queen—A Day At The Races
Jethro Tull—Thick As A Brick
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson—TAAB2
Hanoi Rocks—Up Around The Bend...The Definitive Collection
Various—St. Elmo's Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Black Sabbath—Master Of Reality
WAR—Icon 2: The Hits & More
10cc—How Dare You!
John Sykes—Nuclear Cowboy
John Denver—Definitive All-Time Greatest Hits
Bad Company—Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy: The Very Best Of Bad Company
That Honeymoon Suite album is one of my favorites.
I have the Black Sabbath and Heart albums.
That Alcatrazz album is that the new one they just put out or an older album?
My latest playlist:
Dee Snider - For The Love Of Metal Live
Melissa Etheridge - Skin
The Allman Brothers Band - 20th Century Masters: The Best of The Allman Brothers Band - The Millennium Collection
AC/DC - Highway To Hell
AC/DC - Back In Black
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
REO Speedwagon - Hi Infidelity
W.A.S.P. - The Last Command
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy
Warren Zevon - Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School
Helloween - Master of the Rings
Fates Warning - The Spectre Within
Rory Gallagher - Live at Montreux
Terri Clark - Greatest Hits 1994 - 2004
Claudia Christian - ...once upon a time...
(And for some reason, I forgot that I had the Claudia Christian CD signed when I met her at a convention.