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  • Audio CD (October 30, 1992)
  • Label: Mondo
  • ASIN: B000001ZD9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #274,313 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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What he does in 25 Hours A Day with his right foot is simply amazing.
Baddstuff
Their original first record with Leonard Haze on drums and Dave Meniketti on guitar was some of the best hard rock, kick you in the teeth, timeless, jams ever heard.
brian declue
There was much more "fill" to the music in terms of rhythms and melodies.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anne Proto on September 23, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I first seen Yesterday & Today back in 1975...at a park behind where I lived in Hayward, CA...small crowd..maybe 100 people...killer music...but i first seen Leonard Haze in my neighbors garage..wailing away on his drums...way back in 1972 - 1973? He was a friend of my bros :) I still say he is an underrated drummer...and one other thing...i sure do miss the old days!! Hope i can find this on CD someday soon :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 20, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I first went to see them live in 1979 , and they were incredible. I had this cd in album form originally and it was just raw incredibility.Dave Meniketti's Guitar playing is gets you charged with bith high and lows, while Leonard barreling drums blow you away. Leonard's foot is so melodic and quick, some may think he has a double bass drum kit. No people it's just one! He would give John Bonham a run for his money. Check out Beautiful Dreamer and Game Playin Woman and you will see what I mean. As a foursome they were very tight, yet dave could go into a shattering solo and the rest of the band was right there in groove. They were truely a great band to see live. They had so much electricity on stage. I feel very lucky that I saw them many many times in small clubs in the San Francisco area. This first album is a great one, but so is Struck Down and Earth Shaker. These are the graet albums/cd's from the 4 original members - Dave Meniketti, Leonard Hays, Joey Alves & Phil Kennemore. Y&T Lives on in memories.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bela on November 3, 2009
Format: Audio CD
This debut from 76' is amazing and how
it didn't get any attention is ashame.
I remember seeing the ad for this in
Creem [rock magazine from 70's] next
to KISS Alive! My friends laughed but
I didn't but I never heard it until I
got the album in the 80's. It's hard
rock but very raw & Meniketti does
some great long solos on some songs.
Features 25 hours a day & Beautiful
Dreamer from the 80's best of CD. If
your into good 70's hard rock or Y&T
get it! But it's available on Y&T
website with Struck Down 2cd set!
don't pay this outrageous price!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David J. Hedwall on November 27, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I first saw Yesterday & Today at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in 1976, when they opened for Boston. Suffice it to say, these guys blew me away! I went out and bought their album (remember those?) right away, and was just as blown away. All the songs on the LP are tight, with fat chords, searing leads and machine-gun drumming. My favorite songs are "Fast Ladies & Slow Gin", "Alcohol" and "Earthshaker". What impressed me the most, is the drumming of Leonard Hays. Not since John Bonham have I heard such a FAST right foot! And he is ONLY using his right foot... incredible! This album is STILL one of my favorites, even after 23 years, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to escape to air guitar and air drum heaven. Enjoy!
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By Ronald Talamantez on November 18, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great product, great seller. Definitely recommended. Love the cd. Reminds me of old school rock. They were one of the underrated bands.
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This is the First album by a great little Bay Area band that is thankfully still rocking (playing the fillmore tonight).
When i first heard this album in the summer of '76, i was already copping guitar solos from guys like Dickey and Duane, Leslie West, Michael Schenker and Trower but had a tone in my head i couldn't quite find. I heard it as soon as Dave Meniketti played that first intro solo to Animal Woman. Just the right amount of Bite and Aggression. Blew me away.

I love basically every song on this but faves are the opener i mentioned before, 25 Hours A Day, Come On Over and Fast Ladies (and slow gin).
I jam with these from time to time now. Good cardio workout! During my first paying gig in '82, we covered Beautiful Dreamer. The guys dedicated this to my wife which surprised me no end (we covered a bunch of their tunes). She was the one who wanted me to join the band i was in.

Yesterday And Today has gone through alot over the years, including losing founding member Phil Kennemore last year. But i'm happy they still have a following. This like Montrose's first album somehow sounds timeless. Straight Up Hard Rock at its best, i think.
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By Mark H. on September 28, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Y&T is one of the great also-rans in hard rock with a career spanning almost forty years. They peaked briefly in the mid `80's but never recaptured their forward momentum and went into decline by the end of the decade. Fronted by guitarist Dave Menniketi who played a sizzling Les Paul guitar and drummer Leonard Haze, the band was rounded out by Philip Kennemore and second guitarist Joey Alves. When their fortunes did start to dive this venerable lineup was carved up eventually leaving only Menniketi. It's too bad because at the beginning of the `80's Y&T was making their best music but unfortunately it didn't translate into sales and headlining gigs outside of their native San Francisco. Still, respect must be given and their debut from late 1976 shows the promise of what could have made Y&T another Van Halen. Self titled under their original moniker, the LP features several quality early metal songs such as future stage favorites "25 Hours a Day" and "Alcohol". "Games Playing Woman" and "Come on Over" are also terrific and "Beautiful Dreamer" closes the set in fine fashion in what would be a Y&T habit; finishing a record with a slow song (not always successfully). Worth searching out for fans of mid-70's hard rock and for fans of the band's 80's stuff.
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