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Ellen Van Halen - I Really Don't Want To Know album download
Ellen Van Halen - I Really Don't Want To Know album download
Performer: Ellen Van Halen
Title: I Really Don't Want To Know
Released: 1959
Style: Vocal
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3 FLAC DMF FLAC VOX VQF DXD ADX MP3
FLAC size: 1271 mb | MP3 size: 1268 mb | WMA size: 1123 mb
Genre: Pop

But Van Halen walked it, banging out their brilliant second album in just six days. It sounds like it, too: fresh, a little loose, fizzing with energy, its air of beer-fuelled spontaneity encapsulated in Roth’s fumbled lyric and giggles on Bottoms Up! 40 years on, it still holds up. "Van Halen II is just as good as the first album," Steel Panther's Russ ‘Satchel’ Parrish tells us. "It rocks so fucking hard. How do you wind your strings? Hey, I don’t know if I want to tell you! It’s basically simple. And the kind of strings you use is important. I don’t know if I should be putting down certain strings, but I use Fender strings. I really don’t know how to explain that, man. I was just sittin’ in my room at the pad at home, drinkin’ a beer, and I remembered seeing people stretching one note and hitting the note once. They popped the finger on there to hit one note.

Van Halen III is the eleventh studio album by American rock band Van Halen, released on March 17, 1998 by Warner Bros. Produced by Mike Post and Eddie Van Halen, it is the band's only studio album to feature Extreme lead vocalist Gary Cherone, and the last to feature bassist Michael Anthony before he was replaced in the band by Eddie's son Wolfgang in 2006. Work on a follow-up album with Cherone commenced in 1999, but never advanced past a few demos.

Could Van Halen III, and Cherone’s time in Van Halen, have been saved? Gallucci: The album should have been billed as an Eddie Van Halen solo album with Cherone as the featured singer. Expectations would have been lowered, and it wouldn't have been perceived as such a disaster. Releasing it as another Van Halen album with yet another singer was just asking for trouble. Wilkening: They needed somebody with a stop sign or a police whistle. Wardlaw: Probably not. Listening to the album this week, it really struck me as being more experimental on Eddie's part, something that I really didn't hear when I was first listening to the album at the time of the original release in 1998. Some of the songs, like "Neworld," sound like he's drifting into movie-scoring territory, and I wonder whether Mike Post helped him explore that area of the sound as the album's co-producer.

Van Halen shockingly refuses to concede that Anthony’s background vocals were vital to the group’s sound. Mike’s voice is like a piccolo trumpet, he said. But he’s not a singer. And you know, people always talk about Mike’s voice on Van Halen songs, but that’s a blend of Mike’s voice and my voice. I am proud to say that my bass playing and vocals helped create our sound, he told Billboard. Van Halen have been touring with Roth since 2007, playing a show centered around their vast catalog of hits, though the Billboard article notes that they’re planning on breaking out rare tunes this summer like Dirty Movies, Drop Dead Legs and Top Jimmy. The tour begins July 5th at the White River Ampitheater, Washington and wraps up October 4th at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Van Halen. Заметки: The track ''You Really Got Me'' is a The Kinks cover. Runnin' With The Devil. Van Halen I ‎(LP, Album, TP). Warner Bros.

Listen: Van Halen – You Really Got Me (1978). Every Van Halen fan knows why The Kinks are landmark in the VH legacy. You Really Got Me is a critical part of Van Halen’s radio and live repertoire-perhaps the one song that the band has performed the most. And, in an odd way, Van Halen essentially secured partial ownership of the song. You Really Got Me is synonymous with Van Halen. The fact that it is coupled with Eruption on record, and now on the radio, makes it an even more vital component of Van Halen’s catalog. But it’s not a Van Halen song. You saying that made me want to mention to you that Eddie Van Halen’s son Wolfgang is now the bass player in Van Halen. Were you aware of that? That’s cool, I didn’t know that. And Eddie Van Halen, the first song that he learned to play on electric guitar was Walk, Don’t Run by The Ventures. Oh, now that’s giving me a chill.

Van Halen is the self-titled debut studio album by American hard rock band Van Halen. Released on February 10, 1978, the album peaked at on the Billboard 200. The album became widely recognized as the band's popularity grew, selling more than 10 million copies in the United States by August 7, 1996 and being certified Diamond

The third Van Halen album hit the streets in 1980. The band had a lot of live up to, coming off of the success of the first two records. With Women and Children First they knocked it out of the park. It has evolved through the years, but I think this is what many people are talking about when they say they want that Van Halen guitar sound. Eddie Van Halen during the early years.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Really Don't Want To Know
Music By – Don Robertson Words By – Howard Barnes
2:24
B I Wish I Didn't Love You So
Words By, Music By – Frank Loesser
2:07

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Hill & Range Songs
  • Published By – Famous Music Corporation
  • Record Company – Bigtop Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Bridgeport

Credits

  • Conductor [Orch.] – Stanley Applebaum*
  • Producer – Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (A): BMI
  • Rights Society (B): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): BG-1057
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): BG-1058
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): BG-1057 ...
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): BG-1058 ....
Comments (1)
catterpillar
Artist is Ellen Van Valen, not Van Halen. Check the spelling.