Wheres The Man - Scott Weiland - 12 Bar Blues (CD, Album)


Download Wheres The Man - Scott Weiland - 12 Bar Blues (CD, Album)
1998
Label: Atlantic - 83084-2 • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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  1. Voodookora

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    Shaky and slurred, songs like "Where's the Man" and "Barbarella" conjure up some mighty frightening images without resorting to the brute force that was once Weiland's weapon of choice. Wrapped in grandiose post-glam, drag-heavy on strings, sequencers, and special effects, 12 Bar Blues is a daring leap, and it's clearly been done without a safety net/5(83).
  2. Yozshusida

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    Instead of reviving the Magnificent Bastards, Weiland decided to record a solo album with producer Daniel Lanois. The teaming was unexpected but inspired -- 12 Bar Blues is an unpredictable, carnivalesque record confirming that Weiland was the visionary behind STP's sound. He's fascinated by sound, piling on layers of shredded guitars, drum 8/
  3. Salmaran

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    Scott Richard Weiland (né Kline, October 27, – December 3, ) was an American musician, singer and songwriter. During a career spanning three decades, Weiland was best known as the lead singer of the band Stone Temple Pilots from to 20to , making six records with them. He was also lead vocalist of supergroup Velvet Revolver from to , recording two.
  4. Zuzuru

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    Song information for Where's the Man - Scott Weiland on AllMusic.
  5. Goltirisar

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    12 Bar Blues is the debut solo album from Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland. Its sound and style differ greatly from STP's previous releases. The design concept of the cover is a homage to the cover design of John Coltrane's Blue Train album. The title name comes from the simple chord progression known as "twelve-bar blues.
  6. Voodoobar

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    12 bar blues Release in on Atlantic Records. Pitchfork Media stated upon its release that “12 Bar Blues is easily the most innovative album Weiland has ever produced for public consumption”, while Entertainment Weekly wrote that “the LP’s sheer invention and .
  7. Tor

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    May 20,  · Published on May 20, A rare music video of Scott Weiland, Brad Mehldau, Victor Indrizzo, with Producer Blair Lamb and Engineer Tracy Chisholm, and (mascot "Fuji" dog-) .
  8. Daizahn

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    “Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down” is a fractured waltz riddled with synthesizer and accordion; “Where’s the Man” starts out as a folk ballad but gradually dissolves into mind-altering ether. Falling somewhere between robotic rock and old-school megamix, “Jimmy Was a Stimulator” is Weiland .

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