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Title: Not The Same Old Song and Dance: Tribute To Aerosmith

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Tributes Not The Same Old Song and Dance: Tribute To Aerosmith Album Cover Tributes Not The Same Old Song and Dance: Tribute To Aerosmith Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1999

Label: Eagle Records

Catalog Number: GAS 0000112 EAG


Mark Slaughter Vocals
Albert Lee Guitar
Rudy Sarzo Bass
Frankie Banali Drums
Ted Nugent Vocals, Guitar
Tony Franklin Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta Drums
Derek Serinian Keyboards
Vince Neil Vocals
Blues Saraceno Guitar
Ricky Philips Bass
Pat Torpey Drums
Paul Taylor Keyboards
Mickey Thomas Vocals
Earl Slick Guitar
Nathan East Bass
Stephen Ferrone Drums
Jack Blades Vocals, Guitar
Tommy Shaw Vocals, Guitar
Mike Inez Bass
Randy Castillo Drums
Ronnie James Dio Vocals
Yngwie Malmsteen Guitar
Stu Hamm Bass
Greg Bissonette Drums
Fee Waybill Vocals
Steve Lukather Guitar
Tim Bogert Bass
Tommy Aldridge Drums
Jeff Keith Vocals
Tommy Skeotch Guitar
Tony Levin Bass
Eric Singer Drums
Jack Russell Vocals
Jeff Skunk Baxter Guitar
Jeff Pilson Bass
Bobby Blotzer Drums
Edgar Winter Sax
Jani Lane Vocals
Chris Holmes Guitar
Adrian Perry Bass
Stephen Riley Drums
Stephen Pearcy Vocals
Tracii Guns Guitar
Phil Soussan Bass
Aynsley Dunbar Drums


1.  Back In The Saddle - Mark Slaughter  
2.  Rag Doll - Ted Nugent  
3.  Chip Away The Stone - Vince Neil  
4.  Last Child - Mickey Thomas  
5.  Sweet Emotion - Jack Blades/Tommy Shaw  
6.  Dream On - Ronnie James Dio  
7.  Walk This Way - Fee Waybill  
8.  Draw The Line - Jeff Keith  
9.  Same Old Song & Dance - Jack Russell  
10.  No Surprize - Jani Lane  
11.  Toys In The Attic - Stephen Pearcy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: John Date: January 24, 2005 at 11:45
Simply put. The best of the batch of nauseating tribute albums released in the last five or six years. Vince Neil actually sounds great on 'Chip Away The Stone'. Stephen Pearcy's voice suits 'Toys In The Attic' to a T. My biggest pleasant surprise was Yngwie NOT overwanking on 'Dream On' and Dio's tasty vocal. A fitting tribute to a band that was awesome when they were high and absolutely embarassing sober. 8.5/10.

From: CC Date: February 4, 2005 at 8:05
If you are gonna buy one Aerosmith tribute CD,this is the one. Forget the rest as quite frankly,they suck!

From: juan carlos Date: May 17, 2010 at 13:03
Yep, i agree, Vince Neil and Stephen Pearcy do a good job but the Master RONNIE JAMES DIO is the best Cover here. R.I.P RONNIE JAMES DIO...

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: June 6, 2010 at 1:25
Finally got to hear Dio's rendition of "Dream On," and that jackass Malmsteen ruins it, same way he ruins everything with that fussy "let's see how many notes I can cram in without making an actual melody" style of neoclassical bullshit playing he owns. Yuck!

From: gooup Date: October 21, 2021 at 14:13
Great covers here. I found Fee Wabill to be barely listenable on "Walk This Way" ... shame that song got such a poor treament vocally, IMO. Jack Russell, Vince Neil, Stephen Pearcey, Jani Lane, Mark Slaughter were all on point. Ted Nugent was meh. 8.5/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 22, 2021 at 20:25
Back in the late '90's, you could spot clusters of aging rawkers loitering in the parking lot at Guitar Center, waiting for somebody from Cleopatra or Perrris or Eagle Rock to come by in a truck to pick them up and take them to a studio, then drop them back at GC when the session was done. Or the labels would send somebody down to the Department of Labor, where they would sidle up to a likely-looking specimen waiting to file his weekly unemployment claim, and ask, "Hey bud, do you know 'Back In The Saddle?'" And if the guy immediately starting belting it out, he was in! The result was these tribute albums. Yes, I'm being facetious, but the point is, these projects were just novelties, and a way for the musicians to get a little paycheck to make rent. As for these songs, I actually think Uncle Ted's contribution sounds the most authentic, as his vocal and guitar signatures both dominate. You'll rarely opt for his version over the original, but he gives a good, exuberant performance.

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