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Live! Bootleg

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Since Aerosmith had become one of America's premier rock & roll concert attractions by 1978, it was only natural that an in-concert collection was issued that year, the double album, Live Bootleg. Unlike other live albums at the time, it's obvious that not a lot of overdubbing was involved to fix up the tracks, which results in a refreshingly authentic representation of Aerosmith at the group's most drugged-out and rocking. All of the performances were taken from Tyler and company's 1977-1978 U.S. tour (with the exception of a couple from 1973), while the album's packaging and title were a joke on all the poor-sounding, unauthorized live recordings that were in circulation at the time. Just about every classic is included -- "Back in the Saddle," "Sweet Emotion," "Walk This Way," "Come Together," "Last Child," "Mama Kin," "Train Kept A'Rollin," etc. -- as well as key album tracks ("Sick as a Dog," "S.O.S.," etc.). But the album's high point has to be the aforementioned pair of long-lost tracks from 1973 -- loose and groovy covers of the Yardbirds' "I Ain't Got You" and James Brown's "Mother Popcorn." Although the performances may lack the fire of the shorter Classics Live II set from 1988, Live Bootleg is an excellent representation of one of rock & roll's elite live acts. Note: to tie in with the careless bootleg theme of the album, the track "Draw the Line" is unlisted.
© Greg Prato /TiVo

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1
Back In The Saddle (Live)
00:04:25

Aerosmith, Performer - J. Perry, Composer - J. Perry, Lyricist - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Sweet Emotion (Live)
00:04:43

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - T. Hamilton, Composer - T. Hamilton, Lyricist - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Lord Of The Thighs (Live)
00:07:18

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - Jack Douglas, Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Jay Messina, Engineer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - Rod O'Brien, 2nd Engineer - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Sam Ginsberg, 2nd Engineer - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Toys in the Attic (Live)
00:03:45

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - J. Perry, Composer - J. Perry, Lyricist - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Last Child (Live)
00:03:14

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Composer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - Brad Whitford, Lyricist - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Come Together (Live)
00:04:51

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - J. Lennon, Composer - J. Lennon, Lyricist - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - Paul McCartney, Composer - Paul McCartney, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Walk This Way (Live)
00:03:47

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - J. Perry, Composer - J. Perry, Lyricist - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Sick As A Dog (Live)
00:04:42

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - T. Hamilton, Composer - T. Hamilton, Lyricist - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Dream On (Live)
00:04:32

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Chip Away The Stone (Live)
00:04:12

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - R. SUPA, Composer - R. SUPA, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Sight For Sore Eyes (Live)
00:03:19

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - D. JOHANSEN, Composer - D. JOHANSEN, Lyricist - David Krebs, Executive Producer - J. Perry, Composer - J. Perry, Lyricist - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Johnny Douglas, Composer - Johnny Douglas, Lyricist - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Mama Kin (Live)
00:03:41

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
S.O.S. (Live)
00:02:46

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - S. Tyler, Composer - S. Tyler, Lyricist - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
I Ain't Got You (Live)
00:03:57

Aerosmith, Performer - Bruce Crump, Drums - C. Carter, Composer - C. Carter, Lyricist - Danny Joe Brown, Vocal - David Hlubek, Guitar - Duane Roland, Guitar - Jim Horne, Saxophone - Jimmy Jamison, Background Vocal - John Galvin, Keyboards - Riff West, Bass - Steve Bassett, Background Vocal - Terry Manning, Background Vocal - Terry Manning, Producer - Tom Deluca, Background Vocal

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
Mother Popcorn (Live)
00:11:38

A. Ellis, Composer - A. Ellis, Lyricist - Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - Brad Whitford, Guitar - David Krebs, Executive Producer - George Marino, Mastering Engineer - J. Brown, Composer - J. Brown, Lyricist - Jack Douglas, Engineer - Jack Douglas, Producer - Jay Messina, Engineer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - Julie Last, 2nd Engineer - Lee DeCarlo, Engineer - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - Rod O'Brien, 2nd Engineer - Sam Ginsberg, 2nd Engineer - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
Train Kept A Rollin'/Strangers In The Night (Live)
00:04:46

Aerosmith, Performer - Aerosmith, Producer - B. Kaempfert, Composer - B. Kaempfert, Lyricist - Brad Whitford, Guitar - C. Singleton, Composer - C. Singleton, Lyricist - David Krebs, Executive Producer - Eddie Snyder, Composer - Eddie Snyder, Lyricist - H. Kay, Composer - H. Kay, Lyricist - Jack Douglas, Producer - Joe Perry, Guitar - Joey Kramer, Drums - L. Mann, Composer - L. Mann, Lyricist - Mark Radice, Background Vocal - Mark Radice, Keyboards - Steve Leber, Executive Producer - Steven Tyler, Harmonica - Steven Tyler, Vocal - T. Bradshaw, Composer - T. Bradshaw, Lyricist - Tom Hamilton, Bass

(P) 1978 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Since Aerosmith had become one of America's premier rock & roll concert attractions by 1978, it was only natural that an in-concert collection was issued that year, the double album, Live Bootleg. Unlike other live albums at the time, it's obvious that not a lot of overdubbing was involved to fix up the tracks, which results in a refreshingly authentic representation of Aerosmith at the group's most drugged-out and rocking. All of the performances were taken from Tyler and company's 1977-1978 U.S. tour (with the exception of a couple from 1973), while the album's packaging and title were a joke on all the poor-sounding, unauthorized live recordings that were in circulation at the time. Just about every classic is included -- "Back in the Saddle," "Sweet Emotion," "Walk This Way," "Come Together," "Last Child," "Mama Kin," "Train Kept A'Rollin," etc. -- as well as key album tracks ("Sick as a Dog," "S.O.S.," etc.). But the album's high point has to be the aforementioned pair of long-lost tracks from 1973 -- loose and groovy covers of the Yardbirds' "I Ain't Got You" and James Brown's "Mother Popcorn." Although the performances may lack the fire of the shorter Classics Live II set from 1988, Live Bootleg is an excellent representation of one of rock & roll's elite live acts. Note: to tie in with the careless bootleg theme of the album, the track "Draw the Line" is unlisted.
© Greg Prato /TiVo

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