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Van halen SAMMY HAGAR Livin it up ADVNCE PROMO CD w/ BOB DYLAN Remake Cover trk
Van halen SAMMY HAGAR Livin it up ADVNCE PROMO CD w/ BOB DYLAN Remake Cover trk
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Sammy Hagar

Livin' It Up

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Rhino / Cabo Wabo Music

Catalog Number: R2 74097

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
Sammy Hagar Lead And Backing Vocals, Electric And Acoustic Guitars
Mona Bass, Backing Vocals
Vic (Tore Up) Johnson Electric And Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals
Dave (Bro) Lauser Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals
Tracks
1.  Sam I Am  
2.  Livin' On A Coastline  
3.  Mexico  
4.  The Way We Live  
5.  I Love This Bar    Cover: Toby Keith
6.  One Sip  
7.  Rainy Day Women #12 / #35    Cover: Bob Dylan
8.  Halfway  
9.  Sailing  
10.  Let Me Take You There    Cover: The Staple Singers
11.  Someday  

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From: Helix Date: September 20, 2006 at 9:58
This cd is in the Melodic Rock Category and god knows why it is. It's just a lay back in the studio cd with a few guitars with a country sound. And I must say it is a cool cd has some great songs on it. Was really shocked to hear his verson of I Love This Bar a Toby Keith song which sammy does his own way. Took me a few times to get used to this cd but its a good one to have in the collection. Good thing Sammy is doing something cause Van Halen sure isn't.

From: masmusic Date: October 6, 2006 at 10:14
I Don't like country, and I certainly don't like this!! Hagar betrayed us!! Total crap!

From: Nick C Date: November 7, 2006 at 21:31
I think Sammy is getting a little too into his chilled out and laid back Cabo Wabo lifestyle and who can blame him? I'd love it too - but this doesn't really work unless you're on the beach chilling out with a tequila or two and watching the sun go down. I had a couple of bottles of wine with a friend who spun it a couple of times on a warm(ish) Autumn evening and I enjoyed it.. enough to buy it though?? There is no evidence of the Red Rocker here but in the right setting it can hit home.

From: Picaso Date: November 8, 2006 at 13:56
I couldn't agree with Nick C more. This isn't the Red Rocker of the 80's or 90's, but that isn't a bad thing. This disc is all about relaxing and enjoying life. My wife and I went to Cabo for his birthday celebration this year and this disc was the soundtrack for the vacation. If you're expecting to hear songs in the vein of I Can't Drive 55, this isn't the disc for you. Though if you're just hanging out and drinking a margarita, this should be right up your alley. Enjoy with a Cabo Wabo...

From: Dramarama Date: December 1, 2014 at 11:18
I dig this CD, definitely more chilled out than Sammy's other stuff, but still great. Kinda like Hagar meets Buffet.

From: Doug Date: December 1, 2014 at 18:25
I bought this for $1 at a pawn shop. Am a big Hagar fan but would not pay full price for this one. "Hagar meets Buffet" is a good analogy.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 2, 2014 at 14:56
This album is basically a commercial for Sammy's beach-bum, tequila-drinking lifestyle, not to mention the tequila itself. Hell, Sammy even talks with half of a Mexican accent these days. But he warned us ahead of time, saying he wasn't angry anymore and didn't want to do a metal record 9and his definition of "metal" is likely somewhat outmoded, despite his professed love of Tool), and that Livin' It Up would be more "Amerian country-rock." And so it is. I'll take Ten Thirteen instead, thank you very much.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: December 2, 2014 at 14:56
This album is basically a commercial for Sammy's beach-bum, tequila-drinking lifestyle, not to mention the tequila itself. Hell, Sammy even talks with half of a Mexican accent these days. But he warned us ahead of time, saying he wasn't angry anymore and didn't want to do a metal record 9and his definition of "metal" is likely somewhat outmoded, despite his professed love of Tool), and that Livin' It Up would be more "Amerian country-rock." And so it is. I'll take Ten Thirteen instead, thank you very much.


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