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It's the shot heard round the world! Sammy Hagar's RED VOODOO is the rock 'n' roll party album of the new millennium. And who's gonna argue? Says Sammy of the new album, "It's about fun, it's about partying. It makes me want to go to Cabo and play." That Cabo connection is no accident. Sammy's infamous Cabo San Lucas club Cabo Wabo is the closest ... Read more in Amazon's Sammy Hagar Store

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  • Audio CD (17 Mar. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Caroline International S&D
  • ASIN: B00DOQK3EA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 122,146 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Winding Down
2. Not Going Down
3. Personal Jesus
4. Father Sun
5. Knockdown Dragout
6. Ramblin' Gamblin' Man
7. Bad On Fords An Chevrolets
8. Margaritaville
9. All We Need Is An Island
10. Going Down (Live In Studio-Take 1)

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2013 album from the red rocker. Sammy Hagar's recording legacy from the early days of Montrose through his solo career through the Van Halen years have collectively sold in the tens of millions worldwide. The respect of his peers illustrates his ability to draw artists of the highest caliber to collaborate with him, many of whom are featured on this album. This is a career-defining record for Sammy, where he masterfully assembled a diverse selection of songs that delve into Rock, Country, Blues and Pop. Featured guest appearances: Kid Rock, Neal Schon, Joe Satriani, Chad Smith, Michael Anthony, Taj Mahal, Ronnie Dunn, Toby Keith, Nancy Wilson, Bill Church & Denny Carmassi, The Wabos and more on a epic collection of 10 new songs!

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Big Jim TOP 100 REVIEWER on 28 Sept. 2013
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Sammy Hagar runs the gamut of various musical styles on this album, on the whole very successfully with just a couple of tracks letting the side down for me. Whether it is the traditional blues of opener "Winding Down", the traditional Free-like rocker "not going down" or the folky sounding Father Sun (which also has echoes of Aerosmith or the Who about it) most tracks work pretty well and overall the album is an enjoyable listen. "Knockdown Dragout", is a driving rocker, harking back to Montrose or early Van Halen whilst "Ramblin Gamblin man" doesn't deviate too much from the Bob Seger original. "Bad on Fords and Chevrolets" name-checks Billy Gibbons, and is very ZZ Topesque, so no surprise there. "All we need is an island" is done in the style of the Eagles I suppose. It's OK, not brilliant, but it sets up 2 great tracks to finish "Going Down" an old favourite but done in a supercharged fashion here, and a live version of "Space Station number 5" which is one of my all time favourite rifferamas and possibly my highlight of this whole album. 2 tracks don't work for me; "Personal Jesus" is pretty dull to my ears, despite the gospel choir style chorus. Perhaps I have been influenced by the Johnny Cash version which has become definitive to my mind. Lastly, "Margaritaville" surely can't have been included just because it references a tequila cocktail could it? Done in a laid back latin style this track doesn't work for me at all I'm afraid.

All in all this is a decent enough effort with the variety of tracks being both a strength and a weakness as there is little cohesion about the thing, but apart from my two duds, each track works well in and off itself.

Worth a listen.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Bluesman on 1 Oct. 2013
Format: Audio CD
My fav Sammy albums are I Never Said Goodbye and Three Lock Box, plus Van Halen's OU812, For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge and Balance and of course Chickenfoot. I was too young to listen to Montrose then and I did not fancy The Waboritas and Cosmic Universal Fashion much. If you are expecting When The Hammer Falls Down, Give To Live, Eagles Fly, Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy, then that rocking heavy metal Sammy Hagar is long gone. This is the red rocker getting together with friends, partying, jamming, making blues rock 'n' roll music using electric guitars, slide guitars, acoustic guitars, bass, drums, mandolin, tambourine, accordion and having a lot of fun. I had fun listening too.

Featuring friends -
1. Winding Down :
(Taj Mahal/Dave Zirbel/John Cuniberti/Mona Gnader/Vic Johnson)
2. Not Going Down :
(Vic Johnson/Bill Church/Dave Zirbel/Denny Carmassi/Claytovern Richardson/Sandy Griffith/Omega Rae)
3. Personal Jesus :
(Neal Schon/Michael Anthony/Chad Smith/Claytoven Richardsosn/Sandy Griffith/Mega Rae)
4. Father Sun :
(Vic Johnson/Mona Gnader/Andre Thiery/James Deprato/Denny Carmassi/Aaron Hagar/John Cuniberti/Erica Cuniberti)
5. Knockdown Dragout :
(Kid Rock/Vic Johnson/Joe Satriani/Denny Carmassi/Mona Gnader/John Cuniberti)
6. Ramblin' Gamblin' Man :
(Vic Johnson/David Lauser/Mona Gnader/Susie Davis/John Cuniberti/Claytoven Richardson/Sandy Griffith/Omega Rae)
7. Bad On Fords And Chevrolets :
(Ronnie Dunn/Vic Johnson/Dave Zirbel/David Lauser/Mona Gnader/Austin De Lone)
8. Margaritaville :
(Toby Keith/Karl Perazza/Ruth Davies/Paul Revelli/Bill Kirchen/Austin De Lone/Mona Gnader/Caroline De Lone)
9. All We Need Is An Island :
(Dave Zirbel/Mickey Hart/Nancy Wilson)
10. Going Down :
(Neal Schon/Michael Anthony/Chad Smith)

Enjoy!
Rock 'n' roll \,,/,
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N. H. Foster on 13 Oct. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Red Rocker reveals there is another primary colour in his musical make-up and that colour is Blue. Sammy Hagar and friends is a hugely enjoyable collection of songs featuring a group of eclectic and esteemed guests from Taj Mahal to Kid Rock.

The album mixes a number of styles from straight ahead rock through Blues to soul and gospel and for the most part the results and very positive with a few absolute standouts.

The album gets off to a flying start with Hagar joined by Blues Maestro Taj Mahal on a laid back, easy on the ear Blues romp with the two deep rich vocals combining perfectly. Hagar's take on the Depeche Mode staple Personal Jesus will no doubt polarise opinion, with most comparisons being drawn with the Johnny Cask cover. Me, I love it. Hagar takes it from a synth drenched sound to one with some jagged cutting licks from the always excellent Neil Schon. The Gospel phrased vocal adds deep texture.

The album really hits top gear in the middle section with Knockdown Dragout delivering a piledriving riff throughout and Hagar and Kid Rock matching it with aggressive vocals. Bob Seger's Ramblin Gamblin Man follows on with a 70s southern boogie groove, fast licks and pounding drums and excellent backing vocals. The stakes are raised even higher with an absolute trademark Hagar rocker in the shape of Bad on Fords and Chevrolets. This is real pedal to the floor stuff. Superfast dual riffing and scintillating solos between Hagar and Vic Johnson jumping all over some rock solid drum and bass runs. This is real top down, shades on and hit the road stuff, brilliant.

Before the almost apocalyptic album closers we are treated to some real soulful sounds from Sammy and Toby Keith covering Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville.
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