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Let The Music Do The Talking

The Joe Perry Project

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Joe Perry split from Aerosmith under less than favorable circumstances in 1979, directly assembling a solo band, the Joe Perry Project (with Ralph Mormon [vocals], David Hull [bass], and Ronnie Stewart [drums]), which soon released its first album, 1980's Let the Music Do the Talking. Unlike his former band, which would now take excessive amounts of time to record albums that should have been cranked out quickly, L.T.M.D.T.T. recalled the brash and trashy appeal of early Aerosmith. Maybe because he wanted to show his former bandmates that he could succeed without them, the performances were extremely inspired, while the songwriting was sharp and focused. The anthemic title track was aimed at all the in-press bickering that was going on at the time between Aerosmith and Perry. While subsequent Perry Project albums didn't contain many Perry lead vocal spots, the singing on the debut is split 50/50 between Perry and Mormon. Tracks such as "Conflict of Interest," "Discount Dogs," "Shooting Star," and "Rocking Train" were all up-tempo highlights, and the instrumental "Break Song" showed off the fantastic interplay between the new band, while "The Mist Is Rising" was more low-key. A truly great and underrated record, Let the Music Do the Talking could have been a classic Aerosmith release if the drugs hadn't split the band apart.
© Greg Prato /TiVo

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Let The Music Do The Talking Album Version
00:04:42

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Synthesizer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Conflict Of Interest Album Version
00:04:43

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Discount Dogs Album Version
00:03:42

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Composer - Ralph Morman, Lyricist - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Shooting Star Album Version
00:03:39

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Break Song Album Version
00:02:04

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - D. HULL, Composer - D. HULL, Lyricist - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - R. STEWART, Composer - R. STEWART, Lyricist - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Rockin' Train Album Version
00:06:00

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Composer - Ralph Morman, Lyricist - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
The Mist Is Rising Album Version
00:06:27

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
Ready On The Firing Line Album Version
00:03:53

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Acoustic Bass - David Hull, Background Vocal - David Hull, Synthesizer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Life At A Glance Album Version
00:02:41

Chris Tergesen, 2nd Engineer - David Hull, Background Vocal - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Mixing Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Composer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joe Perry, Lyricist - Joe Perry, Producer - Joe Perry, Vocal - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Mixing Engineer - Ralph Morman, Vocal - Ronnie Stewart, Drums - The Joe Perry Project, Performer

(P) 1980 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Joe Perry split from Aerosmith under less than favorable circumstances in 1979, directly assembling a solo band, the Joe Perry Project (with Ralph Mormon [vocals], David Hull [bass], and Ronnie Stewart [drums]), which soon released its first album, 1980's Let the Music Do the Talking. Unlike his former band, which would now take excessive amounts of time to record albums that should have been cranked out quickly, L.T.M.D.T.T. recalled the brash and trashy appeal of early Aerosmith. Maybe because he wanted to show his former bandmates that he could succeed without them, the performances were extremely inspired, while the songwriting was sharp and focused. The anthemic title track was aimed at all the in-press bickering that was going on at the time between Aerosmith and Perry. While subsequent Perry Project albums didn't contain many Perry lead vocal spots, the singing on the debut is split 50/50 between Perry and Mormon. Tracks such as "Conflict of Interest," "Discount Dogs," "Shooting Star," and "Rocking Train" were all up-tempo highlights, and the instrumental "Break Song" showed off the fantastic interplay between the new band, while "The Mist Is Rising" was more low-key. A truly great and underrated record, Let the Music Do the Talking could have been a classic Aerosmith release if the drugs hadn't split the band apart.
© Greg Prato /TiVo

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