Joe Jackson, Big World Full Album Zip
However, Done with Mirrors, produced by Ted Templeman and released in 1985, was not a success, denting the Top 40 and yielding no hit singles ("Let the Music Do the Talking," a cover of a Joe Perry Project song, only managed No. 48 on the Billboard Hot 100). The next year, though, two crucial things happened that put Aerosmith back on track to success. One was the guidance of new manager Tim Collins (a holdover from The Joe Perry Project), who pushed for all five members to successfully get sober. (Collins famously told the band in 1984 that, if he could rid the band of drugs, he could make them the biggest band in the world by 1990.)
Joe Jackson, Big World Full Album Zip
For our theoretical nine-disc Geffen box set (appropriately titled Box of Fire II), we took all of the band's major studio albums (straight reissues except for Done with Mirrors, which had a bonus track on all CD pressings) and the double-disc live A Little South of Sanity compilation and combined them with three bonus discs. One, "Big Ones Remixed," collates just about all of the many major remixes of Aerosmith's hit singles through the '80s and '90s (most of which are terribly dated, but incredibly rare on CD). Another, "Rough Ones," is full of non-album tracks and B-sides, including three rare live tracks from the band's Back in the Saddle Tour and the not-so-rare Run-D.M.C. version of "Walk This Way." Finally, there's a real treat - the band's performance on MTV Unplugged in 1990, which eschews the big hits for album cuts from the Columbia and Geffen years in equal measure.
David is an award-winning Music Director and supervisor who has worked on eleven Broadway shows including Groundhog Day; Matilda; Rocky; Mamma Mia!; Ghost; Bye, Bye, Birdie; The Story of My Life; Good Vibrations; Seussical; Titanic; and Showboat. He has had the privilege of collaborating with music legends Glenn Ballard, Dave Stewart, Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, Tim Minchin, Elton John, and Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys. David was also the Music Supervisor, Arranger and Principal Conductor for the New York Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall featuring the Rockettes. Other music directing credits include the US premiere of Ragtime (LA Drama Critics Award- outstanding music direction), The Phantom of the Opera (Toronto), Mamma Mia! at the Hollywood Bowl, the Lincoln Center productions of Dessa Rose and The Glorious Ones, and the world premiere of Newsies (Papermill Playhouse). David also served as a vocal coach for Rami Malek for Bohemian Rhapsody. He has recorded 9 original cast albums including the Grammy nominated albums of Matilda and Seussical.
New York, NY, June 2, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Award-winning recording artist Rachael Sage has released the official video for her single "I Don't Believe It", the first video from her recently released full-length, Choreographic (MPress/ILS/Caroline). The video premiered Wednesday on PopMatters. In keeping with the album's "ballet-pop" theme, "I Don't Believe It" features a stunning array of dancers choreographed by Megan Carvajal and starring 3-time national dance champion, Kaci King.
Rachael Sage is a former dancer herself, who attended The School Of American Ballet and danced with The New York City Ballet in such Balanchine ballets as "The Nutcracker" and "Coppelia". Connecting to her roots in ballet, the NYC-based Sage"envisioned each song as a fully-choreographed multi-media experience". The result is an inspired set of piano-based chamber-pop merging orchestral elements with her signature blend of folk, pop and rock. "Making this album was a meditation on my lifelong relationship to ballet and more recently, to lyrical dance. Dance gave me virtually everything I cherish as an artist: melody, expressiveness, a sense of ensemble, a love of costume and fashion, and foremost, discipline." 350c69d7ab