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Men Without Women

Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul Audio CD
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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Razor Edge Music / EMI
  • ASIN: B000002Z6Q
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 510,944 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FANTASTIC 1 Aug 2001
Format:Audio CD
great album from miami steve van zandt, helped out by some of the e street boys (garry tallent, mighy max, dan federici) and the horn section of southside johnny's asbury jukes (the miami horns, la bamba, mark pender etc). fantastic album that is very different from his most recent album (born again savage) as it isn't guitar heavy.Buy this if your a fan of the boss and southside johnny (most of these songs are similiar to johnnys stuff, which is likely as steve writes most of his stuff). A very underated album, miami steve should have stuck to making this kind of music then the kind on born again savage.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stuff 18 Jan 2009
Format:Audio CD
Little Steve is a true renaissance man: artist, musician, composer and actor. This album is very good and the only problem with Little Steven is that his albums, all five of them, are a little difficult to source. Do yourself a favour and buy this album and if you don't like it you can always sell it on Ebay.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jersey Soul 10 July 2000
By P Magnum - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Steve Van Zandt finally left his sideman and producer role and stepped out as a frontman to release this superb album in 1982. Of course he was and is a member of the E Street Band and one of Springsteen's oldest friends, but after the break up of an early Springsteen band, Steel Mill, and before rejoining Bruce at the end of the Born To Run sessions, Mr. Van Zandt went on the road as part of an oldies package tour backing up a variety of sixties soul group. The combination of early to mid 60's soul music and rock has always been a big element in Bruce's music and the Jersey Music scene that produced him, Steven, Southside Johnny and others. The training Steven received on those package tours serves him well on Men Without Women. The album has a wall of sound production feel to it and songs like "Forever", "Save Me" and "Angel Eyes" would not seem out of place in Phil Spector's catalog. There are soaring horns, stinging guitar riffs and tortured vocals all over the album. Mr. Van Zandt does not stray too far from the E Street family as members of the band appear to lend support as does the Boss himself. Bruce is uncredited on the album, but you can plainly hear him singing back up on "Until the Good Is Gone." With it's lyrics about the relationships between men & woman and the trials and tribulations between adults, the album is like a more rhythm & bluesier older brother of Born To Run. These songs may be about what happens to the Magic Rat, Barefoot Girl, Terry & Wendy and the others when they grow up and get into mature relationships. After this record, Mr. Van Zandt used his subsequent albums as a voice for his political stances. But on this record, he just lays it it on line, singing about the things men and women do.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Can I give it six stars 17 April 2001
By C. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Simply one of the greatest overlooked rock and roll records ever. No, that's not right. Simply one of the greatest rock and roll records ever. Buy this record. You will not be sorry. Steve Van Zandt is the arranging genius and the soul of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. He put into this record everything gleaned from all those late nights listening to scratchy old R&B records - and somehow made an album unlike anything he or anyone else has made before or since. None of it sounds dated, even 20 years down the road. All of it sings with a passion that we rarely see in pop music any more. Buy this record. If you love rock and soul and R&B and songs about men and women that reflect reality, buy this record.
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5.0 out of 5 stars MIAMI STEVE HITS A HOMER THE 1ST TIME OUT 14 July 2004
By M. R. ZOGLIO - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
With the help of a few E-Streeters, a handful of Jukes, even a Plasmatic and a Rascal, Miami Steve knocks the ball out of the park on his first solo album. I was lucky enough to catch Little Steven And The Disciples Of Soul play most of this album live at The Bayou (R.I.P.) on December 19, 1982 right after picking it up on vinyl. It's a shame that it isn't properly represented on the Greatest Hits CD. For some tasty Jersey tunes, look no further. By the way, was someone listening to Tears Of A Clown when they wrote Forever? Hmmm......
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4.0 out of 5 stars As intensive as Rolling Thunder 2 April 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I was fortunate enough to see Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul at the Kabuki Lounge in San Francisco about 1983. Steven Van Zandt's raunchy guitar work has few equals (maybe Keith Richard, Richard Thompson, Pete Townshend). The touring band included Dino Danelli (Rascals) on drums and Jean Beauvoir on bass guitar. Beauvoir is black, about 6 foot tall, 200-pounds and sports a blond mohawk. An intimidating stage presence, and a more menacing bass player. Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul were as intensive as Rolling Thunder. The concrete floor at the Kabuki shook. I thought that someone was pounding me in the chest with a baseball bat. Men Without Women is just as extreme. `Lyin' In A Bad Of Fire' and `Under The Gun' are as `heavy' as anything from Iggy Pop's Raw Power. Give Men Without Women a spin. Then, if your friends mention the latest Hair Sissies (Heavy Metal), just smile quietly to yourself. You've heard `heavy.'
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5.0 out of 5 stars Way Before Its Time -- One of the Great Albums of ALL Time 28 Jan 2000
By M. Mercier - Published on Amazon.com
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This record came out at a time when both the content (ideas) and its musical style (kickass blue eyed soul) were not commercially popular; and historically at that point (during Reaganomics and the "Me" decade), the ideas in it were downright frightening to many people. This record rocked my world. Little Steven just sang "Inside of Me," on Conan on Jan. 26, 2000 and blew away the room -- almost 20 years later! Are you ready? These songs are fresher and greater -- or are we all just more AWAKE now -- than when the album was released. Referring to the idealism of earlier times, Little Steven sings, hey, "It never died inside of me." Then he asks, "Is it too much for you to see the truth, every time you look in my face?" "Ain't it a little late in the game to throw your hand in . . . forget everything we've been?" Every time I play or listen to this song it gives me hope, and more importantly it gives me STRENGTH in the fight against ignorance, meanness and despair including within myself. Beyond music -- this record will change your life if you're ready. Rock on.
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