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Artist: Tesla

Title: Real to Reel

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2007

Label: Tesla Electric Company Recordings

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Personnel

Jeff Keith Vocals
Frank Hannon Guitars
Brian Wheat Bass
Troy Luccketta Drums
Dave Rude Guitar

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Space Truckin'    Cover: Deep Purple
2.  Walk Away    Cover: James Gang
3.  Hand Me Down World    Cover: Guess Who
4.  Bad Reputation    Cover: Thin Lizzy
5.  Thank You    Cover: Led Zeppelin
6.  I've Got A Feeling    Cover: Beatles
7.  Day Of The Eagle    Cover: Robin Trower
8.  Ball Of Confusion    Cover: Temptations
9.  Rock Bottom    Cover: UFO
10.  Stealin'    Cover: Uriah Heep
11.  Bell Bottom Blues    Cover: EricClapton
12.  Honky Tonk Women    Cover: Rolling Stones
13.  Dear Mr. Fantasy    Cover: Traffic

Disc 2
14.  All The Young Dudes    Cover: Mott the Hoople
15.  Make It Last    Cover: Montrose
16.  Shooting Star    Cover: Bad Company
17.  Not Fragile    Cover: Bachman-Turner Overdrive
18.  Street Fighting Man    Cover: Rolling Stones
19.  Is It My Body    Cover: Alice Cooper
20.  I Want To Take You Higher    Cover: Sly & The Family Stone
21.  Do You Feel Like We Do    Cover: Peter Frampton
22.  Beer Drinkers And Hellraisers    Cover: ZZ Top
23.  Seasons Of Wither    Cover: Aerosmith
24.  Saturday Night Special    Cover: Lynyrd Skynyrd
25.  War Pigs     Cover: Black Sabbath

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Japangea Date: July 16, 2007 at 9:16
Anything is possible with this band,with a band like Tesla.Keep playing as long as possible as it gives the band the power.

From: shoemaker Date: July 19, 2007 at 15:03
Who needs a coveralbum??? I donīt!

From: Geoff Date: July 20, 2007 at 2:34
I love Tesla and I have dearly loved all of their studio albums, but I have to be honest here. I think this is pure and utter shit. Track for track, these are the worst songs Tesla have ever recorded and every single original track they're done is better than anything off these albums. IMO the songs are horrible and there is not a trace of the melodic/commercial edge that has made Tesla so excellent in the past. I can't wait for the next studio album, but avoid this one like hell. Horrible.

From: teslakid Date: July 21, 2007 at 14:58
No opino lo mismo que Geoff, yo si tengo un sentimiento muy profundo por esta banda desde su primer disco, algunos trabajos han sido mejor que otros pero no han puesto en la calle ningun disco malo o horrible, todos sus albumes han sido como minimo, buenos,para mi gusto este es un discazo,excelentes covers,y muy buena produccion,no hace falta describir lo que significa Jeff Keith para el mundo del rock and roll,ni comentar una palabra siquiera de Frank Hannon,genios......totales!!!!!!!!!!

From: Nick C Date: July 21, 2007 at 20:29
I've mentioned elsewhere that I don't like cover albums, but this one is a bit special. The choice of songs is pretty inspired and if you grew up in the late 70's to 80' many of these will bring back great memories of either cool parties or nights headbanging at the local club. The recording is superb and although the versions are pretty faithful to the originals the band add their own slant. Rock Bottom, Walk Away and Not Fragile are great and Shooting Star too, they're all good ..grab it.

From: metaltrekman Date: July 22, 2007 at 14:51
Well, I dont have it (YET)!! But plan on getting it. Ive been requesting it and listening to it at Stickman. Ive loved every song I herad. I cant wait to get it. Love Tesla!! And I love Cover CDs too!!

From: wsr88d Date: July 28, 2007 at 9:30
I have been a Tesla fan since the beginning...and I have to admit that when Into the Now came out, I was amazed! When this was announced I was excited too, especially since they have so many cover b-sides floating around prior to this...but, this is somewhat of a disappointment. There are some really great tracks here; DISC I: #4,5,6,8,10,12,13..the rest is filler.DISC II: #14,16,20-25..which makes II better than I. However, the box set better come up with some damn good unreleased gems! "B"

From: johnny hard rock Date: August 27, 2007 at 12:23
I have no words to explain my satisfaction concerning this cd! If you like perfect Hard Rock, do not spend your time get it!!! Letīs wait the second part on stores... Hugs from Brasil

From: ThunderDan Date: October 17, 2007 at 22:44
Covers albums are usually hit or miss w/ me, but this collection is awesome. Nobody should miss out on this, just too many great songs covered so well here. Oh, that's right...we're talking about Tesla here, aren't we?! Pick up both of these CDs, you'll be glad you did!

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: October 18, 2007 at 12:43
a Great Release..I too am not a fan of Cover releases but this one is KILLER. The attention to detail is vast..hell they even used vintage equipment...I really like this one...Recommended

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 16, 2008 at 2:25
Look at that Ebay price. You've got to be shittin' me! Ain't no way in HELL I'd pay $28 for this, new! After hearing Reel One, I had no interest in ponying up another $11 for another disc of the same (don't get me started on the dumb marketing ploy, "come to the show and we'll give you the second disc"). Most of these songs are mediocre, some are downright awful, adn only the Zep tune is actually good, and maybe the UFO one as well. I've played this disc maybe three times since the novelty wore off (about a week after getting it). Tesla are, or should be, better than this crap.

From: hair metal again Date: June 2, 2009 at 1:27
rock n roll music seems to be one and the same through the years.tesla give credit to that and release some covers of "big" bands.what i want to say is that tesla is much more talented and feel good band from all these giants.for example "love song" is a fantastic song, agreat moment in hard rock history.search inside you and decide which songs are classic ...

From: Doug Date: October 16, 2018 at 11:38
I like this album(s), Disc 2 (Reel 2) is way better, IMO.


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