Janis Joplin

 
JANIS JOPLIN
 
 
 
 
PIECE of MY HEART
 
 

NOW BABY
 
 
 
 
 
BUSTED FLAT in BATON ROUGE
 
ME and MY
 

BOBBY McGEE
 
 
 
 
 
Oh LORD WON’T YOU BUY ME  a
 
 

 
MERCEDES BENZ
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Steven Tyler at His Coolest

 

STEVEN TYLER ROCKS
 
PIECE of MY HEART
Performed with LOVING MARY
 
 
Steven Tyler’s cover of Janis Joplin’s iconic Piece of My Heart is absolutely awesome and a gift to the World in these times of mostly Shitty Music. Tyler has taken one of Janis Joplin’s signature songs and made it his own, and dare I say even better than Janis’s. What? Well it is for me with Steven’s fine tuned Rock Voice and the backing of fantastic band with guitars, a madolin, and some the best background vocals heard since the 70’s. Yes STene Tyler’s rendition of Piece of My Heart is as good as it gets. The tempo and Steven’s stylings of the song are up-beat and smooth and when listened to Steven and the song just make you feel good, even Happy. Now that ladies and gentlemen is the sign of a true professional and greatness in a musical artist of the highest degree. Bravo Steven, you’ve done well my boy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
JADED
“Ja Ja Ja JADED”  !!!!!
ROCK On STEVEN

CRAZY
Aerosmith
Steven Tyler
“Love the New LOOK Steven”
LOOKING GREAT as EVER
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Tatoo You – The Rolling Stones

 
TATOO YOU
 

 

The STONES Last Great Album
 
 
 
 
Tattoo You is the 16th British and 18th American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1981. The follow-up to Emotional Rescue (1980), the album is mostly composed of studio outtakes recorded during the 1970s, and contains one of the band’s most well-known songs, “Start Me Up”, which hit second place on the United States’s Billboard singles charts.
The album proved to be both a critical and commercial success upon release, reaching the top of the Billboard charts, and selling more than four million copies in the United States alone. It was also the final Rolling Stones album to reach the top position of the US charts, thus concluding the band’s string of number-one albums there, dating back to 1971’s Sticky Fingers. It is considered by many fans and critics to be the Rolling Stones’ last great album.
 
Tattoo You is an album primarily composed of outtakes from previous recording sessions, some dating back a decade, with new vocals and overdubs. Along with two new songs, the Rolling Stones put together this collection to have a new album to promote for their worldwide American Tour 1981/European Tour 1982 beginning that September. Guitarist Keith Richards commented in 1993:
“The thing with Tattoo You wasn’t that we’d stopped writing new stuff, it was a question of time. We’d agreed we were going to go out on the road and we wanted to tour behind a record. There was no time to make a whole new album and make the start of the tour.”

Release and Aftermath of TATOO YOU

 

“Start Me Up” was released in August 1981, just a week before Tattoo You, to a very strong response, reaching the top 10 in both the United States and UK, and number 1 in Australia. Widely considered one of the Stones’ most infectious songs, it was enough to carry Tattoo You to No. 1 for nine weeks in the United States, while reaching No. 2 in the UK with solid sales. It’s been certified 4x platinum in the United States alone. The critical reaction was positive, many feeling that Tattoo You was an improvement overEmotional Rescue and a high-quality release. “Waiting on a Friend” and “Hang Fire” became Top 20 US hits as well.
“Start Me Up” would prove to be The Rolling Stones’ last single to reach as high as No. 2 in the US, while Tattoo You is their last American No. 1 album to date.

The album title was originally planned to be simply Tattoo. Jagger claims to this day that even he has no clue how the “You” became attached to the title. The title caused friction between Jagger and Richards, with Richards suspecting that Jagger had changed the title without seeking his input. The album cover for Tattoo You had concept origination, art direction and design by Peter Corriston and illustration by Christian Piper. The album cover won the Grammy award in 1982 in the Best Album Package category. It was the first Grammy award for the Rolling Stones. 








Video
 
START ME UP
 
 
 
 

WAITING on a FRIEND
TATOO YOU  1981
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger on St. Marks Place
 
East Village, New York, NY
 
Shooting Video for WAITING on a FRIEND
 
1981
 
 
 
 
Keith Richards bops his head out of the St. Marks Bar – Grill
 
 
The East Village  1981
 
 
Corner of St. Marks Place & 1st Avenue
 
 
 
 
 
 
The ROLLING STONES
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