Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|David Lee Roth|
Your Filthy Little Mouth
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
A third in the new David Lee Roth remasters series from Friday Music, the 1994 epic Your Filthy Little Mouth is often regarded as his most enduring, introspective and top album choice amongst his most ardent fans. For s... more »
A third in the new David Lee Roth remasters series from Friday Music, the 1994 epic Your Filthy Little Mouth is often regarded as his most enduring, introspective and top album choice amongst his most ardent fans. For some crazy reason, this highly collectable cd has been out-of-print for over a decade...... but that is all fixed now. Friday Music is now offering Your Filthy Little Mouth again. This time with a wonderful remastering by Joe Reagoso, restored artwork and lyrics, which maintain the integrity and spirit of the original rock masterpiece. "She's My Machine" and "Everybody's Got The Monkey" were huge radio favorites as this Nile Rodgers produced collection continues the rugged pace with twelve more incredible performances. Outlaw rocker Travis Tritt even gets a blues rockin' duet with David on "Cheatin' Heart CafÃ©". Surprises continue with the jazz fusion undertones on "Sunburn" and "Experience", which have gone on to become some of his more enduring tunes. No doubt about it Your Filthy Little Mouth charted new heights for DLR. As always, his musician pool is fit for a king- Terry Kilgore (guitar), John Regan (bass), Tony Beard (drums), plus Steve Hunter ( guitar) makes an appearance on the soulful "A Little Luck", plus the keyboard wizardry of Richard Hilton rounds out most of the elite players on this collection. Your Filthy Little Mouth is back....restored artwork, complete lyrics and photos, nice remastering....this Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee's truly delivered the goods on this one folks.... Enjoy!
You're breathin' it
Christopher M. Fulton | Streator, IL United States | 01/19/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is good solid Dave music. Not his best album, but far from his worst. You can put this on and people will have a good time. You can't go too wrong with Diamond Dave. Too bad it didn't work out with VH the first time around. Maybe we'll get lucky this time and it'll work out for them this time. Much as I love DLRs solo stuff, he was at his best with Van Halen."