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Sweet Emotion: Songs of Aerosmith Import

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  • Audio CD (19 Jun. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Heavy Hip Mama
  • ASIN: B00005KJRW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 633,731 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Cryin' - Otis Clay
  2. Pink - Gerald McClendon
  3. Walk This Way - Pinetop Perkins/Rusty Zinn
  4. Last Child - Cathy Richardson/Wayne Baker Brooks
  5. Big Ten Inch Record - Marshall Crenshaw/Sugar Blue
  6. One Way Street - Lou Ann Barton
  7. Jack In The Saddle - Lou Gramm/Sugar Blue
  8. Dream On - Kim Mcfarland
  9. Draw The Line - Tad Robinson
  10. Rag Doll - Joe Louis Walker
  11. Sweet Emotion - Donald Kinsey
  12. Dude Looks Like A Lady - Crystal Taliefero
  13. Train Kept A Rollin' - David 'Honeyboy' Edwards

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Format: Audio CD
Curiosity caused me to buy this album. I've always loved Aerosmith's more bluesy songs and would love to see Aerosmith do an album of blues covers. In the absence of that though, this is the next best thing.
Some really interesting and sizzling treatments of classic songs. I particularly like the versions of 'Last Child', 'Sweet Emotion', 'Rag doll' and 'Cryin''.
I must admit that I was a little unsure of how songs like 'Walk this way' and 'Dude (looks like a lady)' could be done in a blues style but all the songs covered here work really well.
Only slight criticism is that two of the songs featured weren't written by Aerosmith which makes their inclusion a little bizarre.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x89df40c0) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x89bedaf8) out of 5 stars Just Great Music ! 13 July 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The bottom line is this CD delivers great music from start to finish. Most albums of this type end up sounding pointless,as in "why not just listen to the original?" This one brought something powerful and hungry to the party. Be amazed.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a819cc0) out of 5 stars Fantastic 31 July 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Great CD...Otis Clay sings his heart out on "Cryin" Lou Ann Barton owns "One Way Street"and Sugar Blue's harp solo could not be any better on Big 10" Record. Pine Top sounds great on Walk This Way. I love the CD art work. Over all it is a Fantastic get.
HASH(0x8b077324) out of 5 stars Awsome fun - Dig it! 22 Sept. 2015
By Rimshot - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like 99% of the people who would buy this cd, I am an Aerosmith fan. I have always liked a bunch of their hits from the 70s and have recently come to enjoy their more poppy stuff - since their reunification. Saw a great concert that improved my opinion. Yes they can still play really well.

So what about this interesting specimen? I LOVE the blues and was only mildly interested in what this might be about. I have a similar "not-a-tribute" cd by Chicago Bluesmen redoing the Rolling Stones as payback from their pilfering of the blues idiom. BTW - the album mostly sucks and is ironic since the Rolling Stones did more than any other band in the world to promote the original blues stars. Didn't they remember the Stone insisting that Howling Wolf join them onstage at Hullabaloo during their first American tour? OK. Nevermind.

This on the other hand is GREAT! I think they played it with an added dimension of soul, funk, chunka chunka thunk, and some extra bent thirds, sevenths and ninths. This is really fun stuff. I suspect that the folks who dislike the record are such diehard metalheads that they don't understand that Aerosmith stole from the Yardbirds (among others) and the Yardbirds stole from the American blues artists. So this is the full circle of music and very enjoyable. Exceedingly well performed.

Don't blame the metalheads, it's not their fault. They know not what the do. But they should keep listening. It might just click. It would be a fun intro to the blues.

I am not trying to say it's better, it's just fun, different, and revelatory. Pretty cool listen.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a7c3528) out of 5 stars Sweet Emotion 25 July 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The album is very solid, I especially like Pine top Perkin's and Rust Zinn's version of Walk This Way and Tad Robinson's version of Draw The Line. Add it to your Aerosmith Collection it really makes you realize how talented the Toxic Twins and the rest of the band are.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8aad775c) out of 5 stars A Must HAVE Release For Any Aerosmith Fan!!!!! 8 Jan. 2005
By HornFan2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
To any fan who ever though Aerosmith left there roots behind. You need to add this release to your CD Library. Listen to this release, than relisten to Pump, Get A Grip, Nine Lives and Just Push Play and you will hear the Blues influence in the music. Although it's not right in your face like early Aerosmith. It's their to be appreciate, you just have to listen for it. I like each track on this one, their all really good Blues Covers of a nice selection of songs through out Aerosmith's career with a few surprises being Pink, Dude(Looks Like A lady), Last Child and One Way Street(Two songs that I really love from their early years). It would have been cool to have Aerosmith backing each artist up, but I'm not going to whine about it. Lastly, more importantly this release introduced me to a few of the Artists for the first time and made me want to purchase releases from Joanna Connor, Sugar Blue, Otis Clay, Lou Ann Barton, Cathy Richardson, Gerald McClendon and David "HoneyBoy" Edwards. Anytime a release can do that even as a Cover Project, being a fan I just got to say. Thank You Steven, Joe, Brad, Tom and Joey for not only allowing this project to be made but also released by Heavy Hip Mama.
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