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Aerosmith - Walk This Way / Uncle Salty Album

Aerosmith - Walk This Way / Uncle Salty Album
Performer: Aerosmith
Title: Walk This Way / Uncle Salty
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Style:Classic Rock
Released: 1976
Catalog number: 3-10449
Label: Columbia
MP3 album szie: 2786 mb
FLAC album size: 1965 mb

Tracklist

1Uncle Salty
Written-By – T. Hamilton
4:08
2Walk This Way
Written-By, S. Tyler – J. Perry
3:31

Credits

  • Arranged ByAerosmith, Jack Douglas
  • ProducerJack Douglas
  • Written-ByS. Tyler

Short intro

Walk This Way is a song by the American hard rock band Aerosmith. Written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, the song was originally released as the second single from the album Toys in the Attic 1975. It peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1977, part of a string of successful hit singles for the band in the 1970s. In addition to being one of the songs that helped break Aerosmith into the mainstream in the 1970s, it also helped revitalize their career in the 1980s when it was covered. Текст песни: Now theres a back seat lover thats always undercover And I talk to my daddy, he say He said: you aint seen nothin'. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Walk This Way, Uncle Salty. Play album. Album Name Walk This Way - Uncle Salty. Type EP. Released date September 1975. Labels Columbia Records CBS Records. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album0. Walk This Way. Uncle Salty. Buy this album. buy buy 7,80 buy buy. Learn more. Other productions from Aerosmith. Music from Another Dimension. Honkin' on Bobo. Walk This Way is the title of Aerosmith's 1999 autobiography. In the book, Steven Tyler deconstructs the lyrics to this song. Here's the breakdown. Aerosmith is my favorite band of all time, and I love the track, but I'm a sucker for the lesser known tracks on Toys In The Attic such as Uncle Salty, No More No More, and Adam's Apple. But how can I not mention that the same album also includes Big Ten Inch Record an Sweet Emotion, my favorite song ever . This is the 2nd release of Walk This Way which charted on Nov. The 1st issue has Round And Round as the B side and was released in 1975, but failed to chart. Aerosmith - Walk This Way from You Gotta Move 4:22. Walk This Way 3:32. Aerosmith - Walk This Way Audio 3:42. Aggiungi alla Lista. Uncle Salty Lyrics: Uncle Salty told me stories of a lonely, Baby with a lonely kind of life to lead, Her mammy was lusted, Daddy he was busted, They left her to be trusted 'til the orphan bleeds. The second track on Aerosmiths 1975 album Toys in the Attic. Written by vocalist Steven Tyler and bassist Tom Hamilton, Uncle Salty tells the story of a woman who leads a lonely life of child abuse and eventually prostitution. The theme of child abuse would eventually be revisited in Janies Got a Gun, except in a more condemning nature than this song. Expand . Toys in the Attic 1975. Adams Apple. Big Ten Inch Record. Walk this Way is Aerosmith's second single from their 1975 album Toys in the Attic. While the song is originally an Aerosmith song two versions of the song appear in Guitar Hero Aerosmith, Aerosmith's original version located as the first song in the bonus songs in The Vault and a Walk This Way Run DMC cover released in 1986 in their album Raising Hell located on the set list as the fourth tier encore. It's of note that the original version is has more notes than the Run-DMC Cover. Walk This Way elevated Aerosmith from being a popular hard rock act to arena-packing mega-stars. Across the four decades since it first landed as a 45rpm record, the song has transformed not just rock, but the entire landscape of music and, in fact, popular culture. Lets celebrate the 40th anniversary of Walk This Way with 40 facts about this remarkably rocking achievement. Walk This Way was Aerosmiths second single from their 1975 breakthrough LP, Toys in the Attic. They released the song after Sweet Emotion first broke the band in the Top 40 by landing at 36. Unlike Sweet E