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"bob estrin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"bob estrin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Every time i look at you Some people say that paul's try too hard for this that you know he's trying to capture the magic of forever and yeah why not. What's the problem with that. Forever was a massive hit I think this should have been a massive. I think the song is amazing. I think it's a beautifully written song. it's a power ballad. They are supposed to be corny and cheesy. I think it's an amazing song This was very very very very close to being my wedding song but there were a couple of lyrical issues in the in their such. As it's going to take a little time to show you just what you mean to me. Not exactly what you want. During a wedding song part would be like the guy's apologizing constantly to figure your in-laws fuck. She married him for. What did he do that too. There's a whole there's a whole bunch of things but the chorus itself. Every time i look at you no matter what i'm going through it's easy to see you know it's it's a beautiful song I think it's got another really nice solo in it It just didn't take off the way. I think they had hoped because it was nineteen ninety-two into ninety three in songs like this didn't really exist. i think it's a really underrated ballad. I think paul sounds fantastic I think it's a great song. I think it's a really a a standout ballot. And unfortunately it kind of gets buried. Every time i look at you paul stanley and bob estrin home. We go again. Bobbins here Dick wagner and play the solo. Why bruce in fucking the guy that said. I play the game of cats. I guess i can make it on dude. I agree and i'll get to apart okay. It was actually the fifth single. Didn't chart. Bob did the string and horn arrangement. I liked the little acoustic guitar in the beginning. A little maggie may ish. I liked the so solo. It's pretty good. It's all electric though like forever forever with. Yeah and i think this tried to be too much forever part too and that's why it takes a hit. I think paul says its the right song at the wrong time or the right song by the wrong band. Dick wagner says bruce. Try to play on it but didn't come up with anything. That was good enough or more appropriate. Dick wagner fuck off okay. Break the fuck. You shitting on bruce. Trying to say that you didn't come up with anything. That was good enough really. This is the guy that played the fucking one of the greatest solos ever on forever. Stop yeah the video settled. Down paul stubble. Oh exactly relax. I don't remember this video. Tom because it never made it to extreme close up nope i never. I didn't at that time we were at college. We didn't have cable. i totally forgot. There was a video for the song. I totally agree. But i you know bruce's playing the fucking angus gibson big bb bb king guitar. Yup i can't. Who's on the piano. The fucking image. You don't see this is all serious an orchestra. Oh yes you can tell us. This is the fifth single. We're getting into ninety two ninety three all sudden like very grungy very oh no yes serious serious face like the like you said the stubble. Yeah settle down. Settle down your singing. Every time i look at you the song paul. It's one of those paul. i know what you do. And you're trying to make it a hit. He is if he throws at a on unplugged. When you think of the songs that are on unplug. You're like what the fuck is that song doing their see. I like it though. I like it i always have. I don't think there's any it doesn't add anything to the ridge of it but like you always say it's paul's way of pushing a song that he liked it. No one debts what i'm trying to sell. Yeah yeah okay it did it make it will fuck it. Maybe we can make it a single this. Yeah right it didn't do dude. Faulk can move on could've put so many other songs but it's still a very good song. Yeah yup let's go next.

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"bob estrin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"bob estrin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So you start off with one of the all time great gene songs and you go right into one of the all time great paul songs which we talk about this a lot. Maybe arguably the lyrical height for paul stanley and take it off. I mean first of all the lyrics. Yes we'll talk about that musically. The song is fucking phenomenal. The chorus is amazing. The versus the way the song just flows but i got one small thing with the saw. One tiny little thing that runs through this album in. It's the bob as re breakdown that he always finds the need to throw that into the song this one. It's okay it's okay it it brings you back into the song. I get it as reluctance to do that. I could probably do without it. But i get it fits in the song. It's okay but take it off is just fucking phenomenal. The ultimate anthem for the stripper. Fantastic taken off. Written by paul stanley bob. Estrin kane roberts. It's an alice cooper. Guide there for some reason. We're back to fucking kevin valentine on the drums. They'll read why well. Apparently eric was still on. Tour was going on tour back with alice. Cooper finish the track yet. So they're like all right. Just have kevin do with or something like that. Yeah yeah yeah eric's like it was getting late but what the fuck is that. He was getting late. Fucking tell alice cooper and his shitty band the weight the fucking drummer and kiss and i'm going to show what time it is. I've talked about this on a hundred times. The best paul sleazy lyrics by far talking. Make sandstone awesome. It works the lyrics. Are fucking clever. Cleverly sleazy cheesy just the right mount of syrup. This is the trifecta this the other song on this album. And let's put the accent sex in that fine line between these songs and bang bang you and fucking read my body. Okay start bang bang. Bang bang you. This works this song. Has the quintessential gene. And you know what i'm talking about. Oh yeah. I love that those days. He must do this a million times in sound but that base. It's it's awesome. It's good and i thought. I thought you were going to say in the middle of the so. He just goes. Oh yeah. that's what later on. In the middle of every time i look at so that baseline i love the groovy eric drumming in doing time. I kind of laugh as he needs some perspiration pugh. Who needs some perspiration. Settle down star child. Yeah we've you panties in yeah liq- lips bake your hair. We you know what this reminds. In minds of the episode. We talked about think it was the barbecue backyard. Oh yeah it was. We talked about as song talking about like what you bring your neighbor over mrs johnson. The third grade teacher that lives next door. And you're like playing this on ya. Yeah mrs johnson. Then all of a sudden mrs jones. I starts waving or even any licking her lips and shake a half someone who when you a little oil kid. Hey it's eleven thirty. My mind getting dirty john shape that fat ass ou. There's plenty of that more. Oh most definitely. I liked to repeat throughout the whole chorus the whole song. It's just it. There's little fucking brilliant in here that i say. Oh yeah little things like. I've got nothing to lose but my money in my mind like guys literally you know the type. We've all been two bachelor parties auburn district clubs before i live. I have yet to do one. I'm sorry i'm one of those guys. I remember view are tom. I will refuse to go to a strip called by myself. I refuse to die guy by himself. His dollar fifty. The only time i've been to a strip. Join us for a bachelor party. Roads or whatever. Yeah i mean. But i refuse to be that guy. Is that fucking lonely. Fucking show tasks fucking listener that we have a few of them. That can't do without porn that fucking. What are you a woman on the lips like fall in love with these fucking strippers and got nothing to lose but their money in their mind because they're fucking addicted to their shit. I love it. I love the bruce fills before the solo. The great i on the other hand on this song i love. The ezra breakout. Yeah this one and that is because it's like analyzing the you're in the fucking degenerate. The sexual degenerates brain. Yeah yeah bring your body closer. I wanna be you wanna be my fantasy for me in the line that i always say i used to always think her pani say your pants say just for me. I like it. It's just and then they all said take it off independent. I was just playing a bill. I fucking love that i think. That's fucking brilliant. And then paul back taking off. And then bruce fucking ripping on the guitar at the end Pulse says that the song he wanted to write a song for strip clubs It is great song for strip. I think every strip club should be fucking this off course. I don't know whether that means you know motley crue. Just did girls girls girls. We could do like that pretty much a little bit too long ago. Yes but i don't know eric. I talked about earlier. Eric left because he was leaving for the alice tour. So that's why kevin valentine jumped in. I love the kiss confidential. This i love on alive three. Yes on the european version. You don't even get me going about how we get screwed out of this in the us course avenue like that. It not me sir. I'm here for the music. Only thank you. How many of you like looking at bubis me. I like them Do projection out of the what it is. But like you're saying this way too much for guy gets laid as much as you do. You don't sound like somebody that doesn't act like you've been there before sun pretty much and the key i talked about the kiss alive three different version and then remember the video and awesome. The three girls come out In white she looked yes. She looks like.

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"bob estrin" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"bob estrin" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"You also have when you talk about detroit you've got you've had you had to have representation from the mc five on here and you do in more than one way so talk a little bit about that. Because i know wayne's on the record and then you covered in mc five song as well. Well yeah i mean. I don't think you could the two most detroit people. I know on the platte us. Johnny b you know the drummer from mitch ryder. I mean he's he is the consummate detroit drummer. He is a streak guy. I mean you can't get more detroit than them. And when kramer those two guys have done everything that a detroiter could do they believe detroit so having those two guys on the record gives it that flavor and. There's something very interesting about this album when i got that band in the studio and they were playing these hard rock songs. There was a certain flavor of aren. Be in it. And i think that's just in the dna of being from detroit. These guitar players played great rock and roll stuff. But you could feel that there is a little bit of our and be going on in that in that plane. Normally i would say on that. Don't want that on this album. I said yeah. We want all that bob. Listen each other went. Yeah no no no go for that. Don't change a thing. Because i wanted to have every bit of authenticity of detroit on it and like i said you can't get more detroit than those two guys Wayne is better guitar player. Now sitting was then in the mc five you know to me those the that really added the authenticity of detroit. Johnny via just one of those yields Drums on you know on the opening track. I mean jeez. He's as good as as he's ever played. You know so. I mean that's that was a little idea. Then we got in the studio. And i said we can't layer this record. We can't make this record like nightmare where we would layer this because it was a production record nightmare was i said we've gotta let disband play live in the studio so what we would do. We taught them songs. And then i'd sting you know vocal with them while they're doing it and we did everything live in the studio so those tracks you're hearing are you know i mean right Dead alive from the thing does. Actually that was the greatest fear of these guys. Play like that. And i said man. We don't wanna lose that and same with the original band your job and played all live in the studio. Why i mean when. I'm watching the video. See me nodding my head ferociously. Because i wanted to bring that up one of the things that jumped out to me immediately about hearing this record was the sound of it. The feel of it the warmth of it it felt like a record that could have been recorded in one thousand nine hundred seventy two in the way records were recorded then which i miss very much but everything breathes everything feels live sonically. It just sounds so great so that was definitely a conscious thing. It sounds like you went for. Oh really above as soon as a genius when it comes to that you know i mean. He's he can do the things that i don't know how to do the studios. You can make exactly what you just said. He can get that. Sound i could. I could talk about that song. But i would only get the studio without without above ezzard in knowing what to do you know. And it's all subtle things like Don't use that guitar use this guitar. don't use that app amp on this thing in pretty soon. You've got that sound and you know that would take me a week to do to get those sounds but we bob. He's done it so he knows how to do that. And you know. I was very proud of Also the original ban on the on the album neil denison. Mike still play as well as they've ever played. I mean they're they're lost any chops at all. We direly miss glenn. Glenn was our keith richards. You know and there was nobody that could really play light glenn and we got a letter from one guy. It kept calling. Bob estrin from england and he says i learned how to play listening to pretty for you an easy action. Which was all glenn. Now i don't know anybody that ever tried to play glam. 'cause he was he was like sibert. It was different than anybody else. And so what we did Social debris we gonna have play lead on this boxes. Let's send it to this guy and a guy sent back to track we all. Yeah that's a little place it's so you didn't know the guy at all bob didn't omen. It was literally like a cold call and you used them on their accurate. Never met it and but the fact that he learned how to play guitar like glenn made all the sense in the world to send him the track and see what he can do with it and what he said it back. We all look each other. What yeah what. A dream for him. I mean i'm sure he just had a pinch himself like. That's an unbelievable story of all these. Yeah all these people get grew up a huge fan of an artist. And you just make sending a random note and the next thing you know you're literally on the record that's incredible well at first of all you. All his friends are musicians and probably going. You want.

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"bob estrin" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"bob estrin" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Set like to hear it. It's weird the stuff you learn from going back to these old magazines. Because i have no memory this record and i thought i kept up with stuff pretty well. This was around the time she hooked up with jim gillette and they got married so and then she kind of went on a hiatus forever down below their advertisement for the band solid. Your how prophetic is that. Right after a skid row article. Yeah they must have been looking at this magazine when it came out and said you know this solider guy is pretty good. You know if if some known ever work. Oh maybe we get rid of this guy. We could maybe get that guy. I'd like to hear some of that old solider. But you know. I've got that massive cd want list that i'm always trying to fulfil and got some solid solitaire on there. But i don't never see it anywhere and anytime i've tried to look it up online. Because actually like the stuff that he did with skid row. Nobody else really does. But i kind of liked it. Pretty good record thick skins pretty good revolutions permits got some great songs on it. The dudes a hell of a singer. So i always thought you know whatever he was doing before skid row was probably pretty good. I've always wanted to hear it. But like i said you know if you can find it online. It's usually pretty damn expensive because can't imagine it's kind of a rarity nowadays mall you just got to make your check or money out ordered a salinger. Po box to. I'm just I'll just call the number At it and order it and says catch salinger's video on the playboy channel hot rocks playboy channel used to run rock videos. Yeah so. I only watch playboy channel for the rocket on his mom. Give me the subscription. Yeah it's. I'm just here for the music that's all. It's only one hundred bucks a month right and then the next page has a thing about gilby clarke on tour for pawnshop guitars. That's a great album. Three fourths of cheap trick at the at the show. It looks like yeah. That's cool man. I was excited when that album came out i actually was a. That's what made me become a big fan of gilby clarke. Was that album. Because obviously you know you know him from guns and roses and so when that was coming out. I've been a big guns and roses fan. I wanna check this out none. I heard the song cure me or kill me on the radio and that songs got such a killer guitar riff to it. It's got such a great hook. And you'll be clark's toned right on the money man. Awesome guitar player awesome songwriter. He's got a new one called the gospel truth at should be coming up to my mailbox any day. Now 'cause i ordered it and Yeah but this was the album that kicked off my gilby clarke fandom. Because it's it's got some really great stuff on it. It's a very underrated album. I recommend it highly got I'm looking in the article. There is a Interesting kiss bid a news here. That i don't think i've ever heard about that's saying something says just returned from a tour of japan and australia. I remember that ninety five. Kiss his back in the studio at work on a new album with producer. Bob estrin between its completion and release the band plants to do an unplugged tour in conjunction with their official kiss conventions detail. Soon what That is weird. Yeah because i mean like you said this would have been carnival of souls time but bob. Arizona wasn't involved in that that i'm aware of don't think as rin wasn't anywhere near them around this time..

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"bob estrin" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bob estrin" Discussed on Pantheon

"Album was a flop to it wasn't until they teamed up with producer Bob Estrin that they finally had a hit with their third album. But by Nineteen seventy-two Alice Cooper were huge stars and generating more than their share of controversy. They were an easy target for grandstanding politicians. So Vincent now Alice responded with his own political satire, the nineteen seventy two elections were right around the corner and who would make the most unlikely candidate Alice Cooper. Despite the fact that reflected had bombed as a single Bob as really liked the song as the story goes, he told the band, it should be redone and made a hundred times bigger. So the riff and some of the melody of reflected were re used to create the new song elected. Elected was released as a single in September nineteen seventy-two right before the election it was also included as track number three on the billion dollar babies album that followed in February nineteen seventy. The Song Features Alice Cooper on Vocals Glen Buxton on Lead Guitar Michael Bruce on Rhythm Guitar Dennis. dunaway on Bass and Neil Smith on drums the song was written by five band members and produced by Bob as. The song opens with a big intro. One Crashing Guitar Chord in a few quick notes from Dennis Dunaway's base in the left channel along with some oddball percussion.

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"bob estrin" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"bob estrin" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"Look at the fucking hair mental seen a motley crue. Still standing. I'm not not such such a big fan of them but all the Audubon I mean. They were second. Concept can be the first I. Suppose you know about. Original Best Kelloggs cornflakes yes. Thank God for the off brand. Of A couple of like general questions left for you if that's all right and I, let the rest of your day and. What not But I wanna I WANNA know. Your Three most important albums face the ones the by initial album that got you into. Say Heavy to music generally. Because like could you list three that we're really pivotal for you? Yeah like I mentioned earlier was kissed destroy. Listening. Before that schedule listening to two purple and sweet which are relying. Nazareth and in those who All the guys were listening to in my area stuff, but I didn't really get hooked. Dot, Mush until. Such A. Not Four horror comics and that whole thing and the transition into kiss. So natural while here, you have not just a drawings and stuff in comic books, but also have cooled rock music especially that production Bob Estrin because it's so cinematic, it's like listening to A. Cool dark action movie. Yeah and just fantasizing what's going on with all the children cry and then cars crashing and all that. Wow, it's so imaginative war imaginary and whenever you say yeah. That that is like the what really got me into music and that's reasonable. I became a musician earphone. Instead of being painter like older teaching all you must promise us to be a Ella Street or a cartoon pain and whatever. But when discovered, kiss the figure out a way to do it all. Yeah definitely are you a member of the kiss army? No I'm. Not. After data should say. What was I think I write about that what Mine were to me wasn't eight is what to what his supposed to be in the seventy s when I discovered them and they. Especially into glory ride hailing England that they put out like native three or something integral ride is probably like my Black Bible because it's so against the grain and. I think I've been complaining about to do. The trendy thing and what everything got sort of commercialized. A. India this that is probably why mineable became so Super important me because they have this kind of model of destined false metal. Yeah. Begin with I thought that was just a ridiculous thing that sounded funny to say. But after a while, I realized that they weren't adapting chasing Aso trying to please people no. Later than than, they did it became a parody of themselves but yet. Back there and they were true to the ball and I think and and they created get great music that was to be A. Like nothing I ever heard you know so. They were offering a trend I mean like it or something I mean. What can I say I mean it was really really important that. Was Dark and cool and. Is the best singer ever I think in. Co.. Apart from that I don't know what else. You're right he probably. Yup. Malik. Look at my wall here. I sold my whole. Collection but I have framed like twelve albums or something. A. Judas priest side of destiny is a big thing. I don't know really I mean there are many of them but. Also have rainbow rising next to she's destroyer same year seem painter. Kim Kelly I mean there are. It's like masterpiece of splice..

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