Album Name Struttin' My Stuff.
Blues historian and founding member of Saffire the Uppity Blues Women, Ann Rabson's second solo effort, Struttin My Stuff, finds her doing just that. She is unaccompanied on the majority of these 16 tracks, effortlessly switching between piano on seven tracks, guitar on three (including her first recorded attempt using electric guitar), and three featuring the rhythm section of Richard Crooks on drums and Marty Ballou on acoustic bass.
Genre: RockArtist: AerosmithDuration: Album. Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation - Geffen CD (1994). Aerosmith - permanent vacation. Genuine Geffen Records CD. A few light marks/scratches on the disc, but everything plays perfectly. Aerosmith Struttin' My Stuff 2CD live Brazil 1994 Kiss The Stone original. 2CDStruttin' My Stuff (Kiss The Stone KTS 292/93). Original, factory-pressed CDs, not copies. Photo 2 shows the matrix details. The artwork on the CDs is screen-printed, not paper-label.
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Album Struttin' My Stuff (1975). Label Capricorn Records. You all might like to hustle or do the bump or any dance you want When I get out on the floor I just wanna strut my stuff Got a pretty mama in Atlanta ain't nothin' but a Georgia peach Strutted her stuff all the way down to West Palm Beach. I'm struttin' my stuff, ya'll Everyday, every night, ya'll I'm struttin' my stuff ya'll Watch me work out one time people I'm struttin' my stuff ya'll I'm struttin' my stuff ya'll
Aerosmith is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released on January 5, 1973 by Columbia Records. The song "Walkin' the Dog" is a cover of a song originally performed by Rufus Thomas. The single "Dream On" became an American top ten hit when re-released in December 1975 ; it had first been released as a single in June 1973. The album peaked at number 21 on the US Billboard 200 Chart in 1976.
|1-3||Tell Me What It Takes||5:19|
|1-5||Monkey On The Back||4:32|
|1-7||The Other Side||4:24|
|1-9||Shut Up And Dance / Drum Solo||12:19|
|2-1||Walk On Down||3:44|
|2-3||Janie's Got A Gun||5:25|
|2-4||Love In An Elevator||5:00|
|2-5||Dude (Looks Like A Lady)||4:18|
|2-8||Living On The Edge||4:59|
|2-9||Walk This Way||4:03|
- Recorded At – Praça Da Apoteose
- Artwork – Genga
NotesRecorded Live at Apoteose Square, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 21st January 1994.
Total running time disc one 49'56" Total running time disc two 43'50"
Front insert is a full 6 panel foldout with artwork on both sides (last two panels are the KTS Catalog section on both sides).
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: disc 1: KTS 292 PHC 1428-B
- Matrix / Runout: Disc 2: KTS 293 PHC 1428-A
- Barcode: 8 013780 012929
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
- SPARS Code: ddd