|Various Artists: Heavy Metal|
|Released: 1975 (CBS S88122 (SPR 93), Vinyl Dbl)|
Kept A Rollin' (3)
S.O.S (Too Bad) (14)
Same Old Song And Dance (21)
double vinyl album promoting material by various bands on
their label. The three Aerosmith numbers are taken from
their Get Your Wings album.
Other artists featured were: Blue Oyster Cult, Rick Derringer, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, REO Speedwagon, Steppenwolf, Edgar Winter and Johnny Winter.
Like a good album to us
The SOUNDS Album Vol. II
|Released: 1977 (CBS Sound 2, vinyl)|
|Draw The Line|
promotional album (not for sale) provided free to readers
of SOUNDS (British weekly rock paper).
The album contained 13 tracks by artists including Santana, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, Sparks, Lone Star, Ran Jam, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush. Kansas, Crawler etc. In regard to Aerosmith, it was promoting their "Draw The Line" album (CBS 82147).
|Various Artists: California Jam II|
Song and Dance
Draw the Line
Chip Away the Stone
double-live (vinyl) album taken from the California Jam
II at Ontaario
Speedway, Ontario on March 18, 1978.
Aerosmith co-headlined the event in front of 350,000
together with Heart, Jean-Michel Jarre, Frank Marino
& Mahogany Rush, Dave Mason, Ted Nugent, Santana and
Rubicon. This album features a couple of live tracks from
each except Jean-Michel Jarre.
Heavy Metal Album
The SOUNDS Album Volume 4
|Released: 1979 (CBS SS 4, vinyl and cassette)|
|Back In The Saddle (live)|
promotional album (not for sale) provided exlcuive to
Sounds Newpaper readers.
The 10 track album included numbers from REO Speedwagon, Boston, Molly Hatchet, Journey, Ted Nugent, Judas Priest, Aerosmith, Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush, Rick Derringer, and The Boyzz.
The live Aerosmith track was promoting their "Live Bootleg!" album (CBS 88325).
|Various Artists: Pure Rock|
|Released: 1981 (K-Tel International TC 270, Canada, vinyl)|
|A rock compilation album of various artists released on budget label K-Tel. Other artists included on the 16-track album were Kansas, Boston, Ted Nugent, Molly Hatchet, Toto, The Babys, Trooper. Prism, April Wine, Cheap Trick, Journey, Meatloaf and Rush|
|Various Artists: Front Runners Vol. 2|
|Released: 19?? CBS SPR 108 (UK, Vinyl)|
|Rats in the Cellar|
compilation album. Other artists included on the 11-track
album were Artful Dodger, Jeff Beck, Blue Oyster Cult,
Rick Derringer, Lone Star, Moon and Sutherland Brothers
and Quiver, Patti Labelle, Les Dudek and Pat
Rats In The Cellar was track 2 on side 1.
|Various Artists: Strictly for Connoiseurs|
|Released: May/June 1984 (Music For The Nations MFN 32, 2LP)|
|Let The Music Do The Talking - Joe Perry Project|
|25 tracks from
cult American bands of the past
decade (compiled by Kerrang's Phil Suter)
1994 - Please Standy By
Legs Diamond - It's Not For Music
Desmond Child & Rouge - The Truth Comes Out
American Tears - Can't Keep From Crying
707 - Megaforce
Marcus - Black Magic
Reckless - Searching For A Dream
Wrabit - Just Go Away
Moxy - Another Time, Another Place
Tantrum - Applaud The Winner
Zon - Circus
Balance - Undercover Man
Teri DeSario - Caught
Rex - Trouble
Mayday - So Young, So Bad
Trigger - Gimme Your Love
Boyzz - Too Wild To Tame
American Ram Jam - Gone Wild
The Joe Perry Project - Let The Music Do The Talking
Angel - The Tower
Starz - Live Wire
Reggie Knighton - The King & I
Trillion - Give Me Your Money Honey
Max Webster - Oh War
Starcastle - Wings Of White
|Various Artists: Metal Giants|
|Released: 1988 (Columbia Columbia CK-44491), 1990 Sony 44491|
of the World
Let The Music Do The Talking - Joe Perry Project
Whiskey Woman - Whitford / St Holmes
Columbia compilation album also featuring Mountain, Frank
Marino, Blue Oyster Cult, Tommy Bolin, Judas Priest,
Mahogany Rush, Fastaway etc.
|Beavis and Butt-Head Experience|
|Released: December 1993 (Geffen 24613)
Billboard: No.5 (December 11 1993)
|Deuces Are Wild|
and Butt-Head Experience" is based on the
contraversial MTV cartoon show and is a collection of
heavy rock tracks and short humour sketches.
Bands featured are Nirvana, Anthrax, RUN-DMC, Aerosmith, White Zombie, Primus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jackyl and Cher.
"Deuces Are Wild" was an outtake from the "Pump" sessions (1989) and later appeared on their Geffen greatest hits compliation, "Big Ones" (Geffen 1994).
|Grammy's Greatest Moments, Vol. 2|
|Released: 1994 (Atlantic 82575)|
|Come Together (J. Lennon/P.McCartney)|
|Features Aerosmith's live performance of "Come Together" (track 3) when they played at the 33rd annual Grammy awards in February 20, 1991 (Radio City Music Hall, New York). It was part of a tribute for grammy Living Legend - "John Lennon"|
|Various Artists: Woodstock 94|
November 1994 ( A&M 31540289)
Billboard: No.55 (November 26, 1994)
|Draw The Line / F.I.N.E.|
|This double CD
compilation features tracks from the 25th Anniversary
Woodstock concert at Saugerties, NY between August 12-14,
Aerosmith co-headlined the event with Metallica and this release includes tracks from Melissa Etheridge, Joe Cocker, Blind Melom, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Primus, Jackyl, Nine Inch Nails, Metallica, Paul Rodgers, Sheryl Crow, CSN, Collective Soul, Candlebox, Cypress Hillm Rollins Band, Bon Dylan, Traffic and Peter Gabriel.
The CD includes an additional booklet recollecting the event in words and pictures.
|Various Artists: Naughty Platinium Rock|
|Released: September, 2000 (Legacy Recordings/Sony 63791)|
|Dude (Looks Like A Lady)|
|A collection of 19 rock songs from Motley Crue, Ted Nugent, Kiss, Lita Ford, Skid Row, Winger, Slaughter, Cinderella, Ratt, Judas Priest, Warrant, Zebra, Quiet Riot, Kingdom Come, Mr Big, Whitesnake, Aerosmith, Great White and Danger Danger.|
|Various Artists: WBCN: Naked Disc 4Play|
|Released: November 7, 2000|
|Walk This Way|
|A rocker's benefit CD featuring a dozen tracks of mostly live and rare material deom various artists such as Stone Temple Pilots, Radiohead, Mighty Mighty Bosstones. Also includes an "Old School Bonus Track" by Aerosmith. This was recorded at the Boston Music Hall (now Wang Center) on March 28, 1978.|
|Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors|
|Released: November 14, 2000 ( Elektra 62475 2)|
|Love Me Two Times (Densmore/Krieger/Manzarek/Morrison) (track 9)|
album carries renditions of Doors' classic by artists
such as Creed, Days of New, the reformed Stone Temple
Pilots, The Cult, Bo Diddley and Aerosmith.
Aerosmith's cover of "Love Me Two Times" originally appeared on the "Air America" soundtrack in 1990. This version has been re-engineered/mixed to add in keyboards by Rob Manzarek and slide guitar by Robby Kreiger.
|WZLX: From The Vaults|
|Released: November 7, 2000|
CD released by Boston radio station, WZLX, available in
New England music stores. It contains 10 live
performances (not available before on CD) by Tom Petty,
Aerosmith, Allman Brother, Don Henley, Jimmy Buffet,
Peter Frampton, Steve Miller and Boston.
Proceeds from the CD benefit the Walden Woods Project and Franciscan Children's Hospital.
Aerosmith's "Rag Doll" (track 4) is taken from the Great Woods, Mansfield, MA concert on August 26th, 1993.
|Various Artists: City Rocks Boston|
|Released: December, 2000 (Marketvision, bands.com)|
|Let The Music Do The Talking - Joe Perry Project (track 12)|
|This 15-track collection samples Boston rock history. Attempts to market an Aerosmith song ran into licencing issues so they alternatively picked the Joe Perry Project track which Aerosmith also covered. Other bands featured are the J. Geils Band, The Cars, Mighty BossTones and Boston.|
|Various Artists: Lightning In A Bottle|
|Released: September 21, 2002 Columbia/Legacy)|
|Joe Perry And Steven Tyler guest on "I'm A King Bee"|
A two disc CD set of the highlights from the February 2003 "Salute to the Blues" concert at New York's Radio City Music Hall . A concert film also called "Lightning In A Bottle" opens in US theatres from October 15, 2004 (directed by Antoine Fuqua).
The 27 track set is produced by Martin Scorsese and "I'm A King Bee" featuring Steven Tyler and Joe Perry appears on CD 2. During this February 7th, 2003 performance, Perry and Tyler also performed "Stop Messin' Around" along with the resident "House Band".
The other guest artists reads like a Who's Who in music and features Alison Krauss, Dr John, Natile Cole, Buddy Guy, Vernon Reid, John Fogerty, Solomon Burke, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt, Gregg Allman, B.B. King to just name a few.
VINYL ALBUM SOURCE
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Toys in the Attic (SVLP0001)
Permanent Vacation (SVLP0035)
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