Unplugged is an acoustic live album by Canadian musician Bryan Adams. The album was recorded completely on September 26, 1997 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Recorded by David Hewitt and Bob Clearmountain on the Remote Recording Silver Truck. Adams was joined by Irish piper Davy Spillane and Michael Kamen who wrote orchestrations for many of the songs and brought students from the Juilliard School to play them
Unplugged" Live is a live album by the McAuley Schenker Group, recorded in California, during a tour with a completely acoustic set. Michael Schenker released this live album at the height of "unplugged" mania in the early 1990s, revising his blistering guitar antics as reflective, nylon-string, semi-classical ballads. The album features Shark Island guitarist Spencer Sercombe on second guitar and backing vocals.
Klaus Meine: Lead Vocals. Rocking night after night day after day There's plenty of love and no escape Life's screaming and rolling like a monster train Destination to nowhere I won't be late. Jo Jo I got to go Here comes another show. Hail hail a sting in the tail Hail hail a sting in the tail Hail hail a sting in the tail Hail hail a sting in the tail. Speedy's Coming You live in his heart Speedy's Coming You live in his heart. You like Alice Cooper You like Ringo Starr You like David Bowie And friends in the Royal Albert Hall Stick up the pictures, movies, TV And I'll bring you the show little girl Come to see me today.
For the first time in a public performance, the legendary guitarist 'unplugged' his amp and picked up an acoustic guitar to record a selection of old blues favourites and brand new material, including the poignantly personal 'Tears in Heaven', about the tragic los of his son, Conor, the previous year. And then there was the radically surprising take on the classic 'Layla'. Paul Gambaccini hears the story of the making of this classic album, which went on to sell over 20 million copies worldwide and won 6 Grammies, from Eric Clapton himself. Also in this series of For One Night Only: Pete Seeger and others on The Weavers At Carnegie Hall (1955). Producer: Marya Burgess. Five of the most legendary live gigs ever. Earth-shattering performances that changed the cultural landscape.
Former UFO/Scorpions guitar wizard Michael Schenker released this acoustic live album at the height of "unplugged" mania in the early 1990s, revisioning his blistering guitar antics as reflective, nylon-string, semi-classical ballads. Even rockers like "Bad Boys" and "Doctor Doctor" take on a more nuanced brilliance when presented in this bare-bones manner, played with a "Bolero"-like intensity that makes up for lack of volume.
|5||Anything Can Happen|
|9||When She Comes To See Me|
|10||If I Used To Love You|
|12||Waiting In Vain|
NotesProduced 2004 Yared Records.
With - uptigh bass, piano, accordion, vocals: Stefan Wingefors.
Recorded and mixed by Tomas Alexandersson Pustervik Göteborg.
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