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Live! Bootleg [Live]

Aerosmith Audio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (27 Jun 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B000026FTD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,012 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Train Kept A Rollin'
2. Strangers In The Night
3. Back In The Saddle
4. Sweet Emotion
5. Lord Of The Thighs
6. Toys In The Attic
7. Last Child
8. Come Together
9. Walk This Way
10. Sick As A Dog
11. Dream On
12. Chip Away The Stone
13. Sight For Sore Eyes
14. Mama Kin
15. S.O.S.
16. I Ain't Got You
17. Mother Popcorn
18. Medley

Product Description

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars guitar heaven 24 Jan 2002
Format:Audio CD
My all time favourite Aerosmith album! Aerosmith are definitely at their best when live and this album captures the often mercurial, but raw, bluesy feel they had in the seventies. For me the essence of a good live guitar band is the way the musicians play off one another and improvise upon their songs - much better than just rehashing note for note. Perry and Whitford manage this gloriously throughout the album (headphones on, Perry right ear, Whitford left...I think). The highlight is definitely "Lord of the Thighs" which has a bit of an extended jam with loads of texturing by the guitarists. Other highlights are Mama Popcorn - a James Brown cover with heaps of sax & Tyler scats - and Last Child - great Whitford solo. ...they sure had their moments of genius........
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 11 Jan 2005
Format:Audio CD
it was 15 yrs ago when i bought Live Bootleg...
and it still rocks, it's one of the best Live rock albums ever.
along with Made in japan and if you want blood..
Great riffs, Tyler is amazing
Really amazing, worth every penny
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bootleg by name,Bootleg by quality 21 Feb 2010
By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
There are many fantastic live albums from the 70's - this isnt one of them.A disapointing lacklustre compilation of live tracks from various sources.

There are a couple of high points , the extended version of 'Lord Of The Thighs' surely the definitive version! and a smouldering version of 'Train Kept A Rollin','Chip Away The Stone' and Toys In The Attic' are pretty good to.

However the rest are ramshackle performances bordering on collapse with Tyler in particular pretty awful on many an occasion(Back In The Saddle a prime example)

Throw in the poor tracks from Pall Mall '73 and you have a pretty disjointed disc
Essentially thrown together to bridge the gap between studio albums as the band disintegrated before the record companies eyes
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3.0 out of 5 stars As sloppy as expected 5 July 2009
Format:Audio CD
Sloppy, slipshod, slapdash. Live! Bootleg shows you Aerosmith how they should be experienced: alive, dirty and under the influence of illegal substances. The release received quite some bad press because it was such a hodgepodge of recordings (understandable) and because of the very careless performances, but I'd rather have this than a studio-polished fake document and with how it's going these days, who actually believes in so-called honesty of bands and their live albums these days? That said, Live! Bootleg might be particularly annoying if you've always thought that rock 'n' roll should be experienced from a sofa with headphones on. Steven Tyler's vocals during opening song "Back in The Saddle," and more specifically, his "Ridin' hiiiiiiiiiiigh" parts, are atrociously bad, more comparable to the useless caterwauling of a cat travelling from the 7th floor balcony to the ground, than a real human voice. There are more instances like that, moments where Tyler's broken voice actually hurts your ears with same chicken-like, screeching sounds ("Mother Popcorn," "Draw the Line"). Also the rest of the band repeatedly seems to care more about the after-party than the gig they're playing. It's not that songs completely break down, but the timing (especially Perry's) is occasionally off, the wrong notes are played and there are accelerations that shouldn't really be there. But hey, it's a live album and that's what happens on a stage. The sound's actually pretty good, certainly because the cover and title promise sub-par bootleg quality. The man drawback is the fact that the songs are pasted together from different performances, so there's not one homogenous sound throughout the album. Read more ›
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By muscum
Format:Audio CD
I have been listening to this album for 35 years. No point in commenting on the album except to say please Sony dig through the source concerts and make it a double.

Disc 2 proposed tracklist:
from Aerosmith: Make It, Movin' Out;
from Get Your Wings: Same Old Song And Dance, Seasons Of Wither;
from Toys In The Attic: Adam's Apple, Big Ten Inch Record;
from Rocks: Rats In The Cellar, Nobody's Fault, Get The Lead Out, Lick And A Promise;
from Draw The Line: I Wanna Know Why, Kings And Queens, The Hand That Feeds, Milk Cow Blues;
from Night In The Ruts - live versions as played by original band before Joe Perry left and album's release: Chiquita; Reefer Headed Woman, Bone To Bone, Think About It.

And for the record this CD has the following tracklist (not as listed on Amazon UK):
1.Back In The Saddle
2.Sweet Emotion
3.Lord Of The Thighs
4.Toys In The Attic
5.Last Child
6.Come Together
7.Walk This Way
8.Sick As A Dog
9.Dream On
10.Chip Away The Stone
11.Sight For Sore Eyes
12.Mama Kin
13.S.O.S.
14.I Ain't Got You
15.Mother Popcorn (includes Draw The Line as a hidden track)
16.Train Kept A Rollin'/Strangers In The Night
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3.0 out of 5 stars Like the band, not the best. 19 Nov 2013
By Smartin
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Over the past 2-3 years I have really got into Aerosmith. My first taste of them was with Pump and Permanent Vacation back in the 80's and they remain 2 of my favourite albums in my collection. I then went to look at where they moved on to and but more importantly what were they doing earlier.

I like live music so looked forward to getting this. Now I do like the studio albums from around this time but I felt that Steven Tyler seemed to struggle and the overall sound quality was not great. The songs are great but just not to a high sound quality.
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