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Various Artists - Back Against the Wall - a Tribute to Pink / Various
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Release Date:01/20/2015;Notes:DOUBLE VINYL LP version. A multitude of classic rockers/prog rockers have united to cover the Wall in it's entirety, un...Click To Read More About This Product
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Release Date:01/20/2015;Notes:DOUBLE VINYL LP version. A multitude of classic rockers/prog rockers have united to cover the Wall in it's entirety, under the title Back Against the Wall. Led by producer Billy Sherwood, a rotating case of musicians was assembled to make anyone with a well-worn copy of Tales of Topographic Oceans drool with excitement - Yes' Rick Wakeman, Chris Squire, Alan White, and Geoffrey Downes King Crimson's Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, and John Wetton Styx's Tommy Shaw ELP's Keith Emerson, and Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson, among countless others. Interestingly though, it can be argued that the Wall was Pink Floyd's least "progressive" album, as the group focused on tight song structures - obviously inspired by the then burgeoning new wave and punk movements. The performances are expectedly spot-on (and it's quite impressive how they re-created all the sound effects/spoken word bits so precisely), and stick very close to the originals - except for a Chris Squire-led take of "Comfortably Numb," which adds a few extra bits. Ian Anderson Flute, Guest Artist, Vocals Rob Aubrey Engineer Adrian Belew Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals Jordan Berliant Guitar (Acoustic) Gregg Bissonette Drums Vinnie Colaiuta Drums Geoffrey Downes Keyboards Aynsley Dunbar Drums Elliot Easton Guitar Keith Emerson Guest Artist, Keyboards, Organ Larry Fast Keyboards Mark Fergesen Technician Tony Franklin Bass John Giblin Bass Gary Green Guitar, Guitar (Electric) Steve Howe Guitar (Acoustic) Eric Jordan Engineer Tony Kaye Keyboards Robby Krieger Guitar Bob Kulick Guitar (Electric), Producer Jim Ladd Narrator, Unknown Contributor Role Ken Latchney Engineer Tony Levin Bass, Stick Alex Ligertwood Vocals (Background) Steve Lukather Guitar, Vocals Malcolm McDowell Vocals Ronnie Montrose Guitar Steve Morse Guest Artist, Guitar Del Palmer Bass Pink Floyd Primary Artist, Tributee Mike Porcaro Bass Steve Porcaro Keyboards Giovanni Rodríguez Art Direction Jay Schellen Drums, Drums (Snare), Percussion, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Tommy Shaw Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals Billy Sherwood Bass, Engineer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Mixing, Orchestral Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Michael Sherwood Vocals, Vocals (Background) Kris Solem Mastering Chris Squire Bass, Guest Artist, Vocals Rick Wakeman Guest Artist, Piano Fee Waybill Vocals John Wetton Bass, Vocals Dweezil Zappa Guitar.;Track List:1. Adrian Belew Alan White Keith Emerson In The Flesh?;2. Ian Anderson Tony Levin Gary Green The Thin Ice;3. Steve Morse Billy Sherwood Another Brick In The Wall Part 1;4. Vinnie Colaiuta Billy Sherwood The Happiest Days Of Our Lives;5. Fee Waybill Ronnie Montrose Another Brick In The Wall Part 2;6. John Wetton Adrian Belew Alan White Mother;7. Steve Howe Goodbye Blue Sky;8. Empty Spaces;9. Glenn Hughes Elliot Easton Young Lust;10. Tommy Shaw Larry Fast One Of My Turns;11. Tommy Shaw Robby Krieger Geoff Downes Don't Leave Me Now;12. Steve Lukather Tony Levin Another Brick In The Wall Part 3;13. Billy Sherwood Tony Levin Goodbye Cruel World;14. John Wetton Steve Lukather Tommy Shaw Hey You;15. Adrian Belew Billy Sherwood Is There Anybody Out There?;16. Rick Wakeman Nobody Home;17. Tommy Shaw Steve Howe Vera;18. Billy Sherwood Bring The Boys Back Home;19. Chris Squire Alan White Comfortably Numb;20. Adrian Belew The Show Must Go On;21. Billy Sherwood Keith Emerson In The Flesh;22. Dweezil Zappa Tony Kaye Run Like Hell;23. Billy Sherwood Keith Emerson Jim Ladd Waiting For The Worms;24. Billy Sherwood Stop;25. Malcolm McDowell The Trial;26. Billy Sherwood Jim Ladd Outside The Wall
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