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Little Guitars: Tribute to Van Halen

2.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Unchained - Jack Russell/Dweezil Zappa/Marco Mendoza/Eric Singer
  2. I'm The One - Mark Slaughter/Doug Aldrich/Tim Bogert/Frankie Banali
  3. Dance The Night Away - Joe Lynn Turner/Reb Beach/Marco Mendoza/Gregg Bissonette
  4. Light Up The Sky - Doug Pinnick/Yngwie Malmsteen/Billy Sheehan/Vinnie Colaiuta
  5. Panama - Jani Lane/George Lynch/Tony Franklin/Gregg Bissonette
  6. Hot For Teacher - John Corabi/Bruce Kulick/Tony Franklin/Gregg Bissonette
  7. Running With The Devil - Steven Pearcy/Jake E. Lee/Tim Bogert/Frankie Banali
  8. Pretty Woman - Gunner Nelson/Matt Nelson/Albert Lee/Tony Levin/Aynsley Dunbar
  9. Atomic Punk - Fee Waybill/Brad Gillis/Tim Bogert/Frankie Banali
  10. So This Is Love - Jeff Scott Soto/Blues Saraceno/Tony Franklin/Eric Singer
  11. Little Guitars - David Glen Eisley/Mitch Perry/Marco Mendoza/Eric Singer


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 19, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Shrapnel
  • ASIN: B00004X0EH
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #411,963 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Even though this complication wasn't as good as i expected, it was very interesting too see how other artists sang and played Van Halen tunes, if you want to hear it for free go to [...] where you can dl it, then decide if you want to buy it or not.
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I didn't know what to expect when I got this CD, but some of it isn't bad and some of it is. I loved Unchained, Dance the Night Away and Atomic Punk. I liked Light up the Sky except that it sounded like Yngwie Malmsteen was trying to sqeeze every lick known to man into one solo, but the overall sound was good. The rest of the tracks were pretty good for the most part except for Running with the Devil, So This is Love and Little Guitars. Jake E. Lee's guitar work and solo in particular aren't very good on Running with the Devil. The solo is nothing even slightly resembling the original. I also didn't care much for the guitar work and tone in So This is Love either, but everything else sounded okay. And lastly, Little Guitars sounds like it was recorded in a home studio for $200 in someone's basement, although the arrangement and musicianship were good. These are just my opinions though so check it out for yourself.
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I bought this tribute album for a couple reasons. 1. I LOVE Van Halen. 2. I have a similar tribute album for Alice Cooper that was produced by Bob Kulick that totally ROCKED! 3. I was anxious to hear some of the artists renditions of Van Halen. Problems arose when I figured out that each song was almost a carbon copy of the original. The artists weren't allowed to do THEIR interpretations of the music. The only 2 that seemed to have some amount of creative liberty were George Lynch on Panama and Dweezil Zappa on Unchained. Jake Lee who played on Runnin With The Devil said in an interview that he was told how to play the song. The Alice Cooper album had a lot more creative liberty it seems. I would have loved to hear Lynch, Reb Beach, and a couple of others have a lil more of their own influence in their playing. The 2 best vocal interpretations were Jani Lane on Panama (he has such a raw power in his voice) and Jeff Scott Soto who is the only person I've heard who can perfectly mimic Dave's patented screams. My favorite song on this cd is So This Is Love. It wasn't a carbon copy, but it was still close enough to do justice.
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I usually despise tribute albums, but once in a while I check them to see if some version of a beloved song by one of your favorite rock artists receives a new spin, a new touch.

In this case, nothing hapenned. Bob Kulick Tribute Enterprises delivered a perfunctory tribute album, where all the songs seem exactly like their original versions. Useless.
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