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SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE ASBURY JUKES - HAVIN' A PARTY WITH SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY - CD 1979

SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE ASBURY JUKES HAVIN' A PARTY WITH SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY CD EDITADO EN 1979 (reedición 1990) Epic UPC 074643624626 

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SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE ASBURY JUKES

HAVIN' A PARTY WITH SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY

CD EDITADO EN 1979 (reedición 1990)

Epic UPC 074643624626

Con temas compuestos por Bruce Springsteen.

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Album Features
UPC: 074643624626
Artist: Southside Johnny
Format: CD
Release Year: 1990
Record Label: Epic (USA)
Genre: Oldies, Rock 'N' Roll


Track Listing
1. I Don't Want to Go Home
2. Broke Down Piece of Man
3. Talk to Me
4. Love on the Wrong Side of Town
5. Fever, The
6. Trapped Again
7. Without Love
8. When You Dance
9. This Time It's for Real
10. Havin' a Party

Details
Playing Time: 45 min.
Producer: Steven Van Zandt
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
Personnel: Southside Johnny (vocals, harmonica); Johnny Lyon (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Little Willie Rush (vocals, guitar); Richie Rosenberg (vocals, trombone).The title of this record is appropriate in more ways than one -- it is, in fact, one of the great party albums, and well it should be, comprised of some of the best work by one of the finest R&B/bar bands of the 1970s. And although it's been supplanted by other collections since, it's still a great place for the unconverted to discover Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes. In 1979, the group left Epic Records after releasing three killer albums that got great reviews but precious little chart action. As was usually the case in those days when group and label parted company, the label released a compilation album, in order to get a last shot at recouping its investment. The resulting collection, a distillation of the band's three albums, single sides, and some live stuff, is just as potent in the 21st century as it was in the 1970s -- Steve Van Zandt's production shines, and the sound is amazingly good. And the collection reaches out past the obvious cuts, such as the Springsteen-authored (or co-authored) classics, to "Broke Down Piece of Man" and "Without Love" -- the latter is just a great vocal performance and offers some of the finest horn and piano work from this end of the group's history. And then there's the title track, seven minutes representing some of the band's most renowned live repertoire, as the finale -- there was no better way to end the record. There are bigger Southside Johnny compilations out there featuring this same repertoire and more, but song for song and note for note this collection is as potent as any of them, and a great listening experience 30-plus years on. It was also, ironically -- thanks to the band's unrecouped royalties -- one of the first budget-priced CDs ever issued by a major label, back in the late '80s, and that makes it one of the great musical bargains of the digital era. But like any truly great record, whether it's on vinyl, CD, cassette, or whatever works for you, it's worth owning any way you can get it. ~ Bruce Eder

Editorial Reviews
3 Stars (out of 5) - ...this is the sound of hope, of optimism, of a group of friends banding together and becoming truly greater than the sum of their parts.
Q (19970401)