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Ramones Heard Them Here First

Type dragerCD (aantal 1)
Release datum30 augustus 2012
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There’s no mistaking a Ramones song. The funny thing is, throughout their career, the band paid tribute to their roots and influences by peppering their albums with versions of their favourites by other artists, making them sound like Ramones songs too. To see what I mean, try listening to this CD without lurching into ‘Blitzkrieg Bop’, ‘Carbona Not Glue’ or ‘I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend’.

Sequenced in the order in which the Ramones cut the songs, this collection kicks off with Chris Montez’s original of ‘Let’s Dance’, which the band revived on their debut album “Ramones” in1976.

In some instances, rather than be pedantic about original versions, some songs are included in the renditions first heard by the Ramones. Hence ‘California Sun’, featured on their second album “Leave Home”, is heard here by the Rivieras (not Joe Jones); ‘Surfin’ Bird’ and ‘Do You Wanna Dance’, from1977’s “Rocket To Russia”, are by the Trashmen and the Beach Boys (as opposed to the Rivingtons and Bobby Freeman); and ‘Needles And Pins”, from their fourth LP “Road To Ruin”, is by the Searchers (rather than Jackie DeShannon).

In1978 the guys teamed up with the Paley Brothers for an update of Ritchie Valens’ ‘Come On, Let’s Go’, a childhood favourite of Joey Ramone; the band’s1980 album “End Of The Century”, produced by Joey’s hero Phil Spector, contained a revival the Ronettes’ ‘Baby I Love You’; and in1982 Joey got together with Holly (of Holly & the Italians) to cut a version of Sonny & Cher’s ‘I Got You Babe’.

‘Little Bit O’ Soul’, here by the Music Explosion, and ‘Time Has Come Today’ by the Chambers Brothers were both revamped by the band on1983’s “Subterranean Jungle”. The sessions also yielded a version of the1910 Fruitgum Co’s ‘Indian Giver’, which sneaked out on the B-side of a12-inch single in1987.

In1993 the Ramones released “Acid Eaters”, an entire album of cover versions, represented on this CD by Jan & Dean’s ‘Surf City’, the Troggs’ ‘I Can’t Control Myself’, the Byrds’ ‘My Back Pages’, the Seeds’ ‘Can’t Seem To Make You Mine’, Max Frost & the Troopers’ ‘Shape Of Things To Come’, the Amboy Dukes’ ‘Journey To The Center Of The Mind’, Jefferson Airplane’s ‘Somebody To Love’ and Love’s ‘7 And 7 Is’. TheJapanandBrazileditions of the album also contained the band’s version of the Beach Boys’ ‘Surfin’ Safari’.

“Adios Amigos”, the Ramones’ farewell album of1995, included their version of Tom Waits’ ‘I Don’t Wanna Grow Up’. Waits repaid the compliment by contributing a cover of the band’s ‘The Return Of Jackie And Judy’ for the Ramones tribute album “We’re A Happy Family”. It’s not every day that one band records a tribute to another, but Motorhead did just that with ‘R.A.M.O.N.E.S.’ on their1991album “1916”. In return, the Ramones’ own version of the song was included on theJapanedition of “Adios Amigos”.

The set concludes with the Stooges’ ‘1969’ and, poignantly, Louis Armstrong’s ‘What A Wonderful World’, as covered on Joey’s solo album “Don’t Worry About Me”, released in 2002, by which time he, Johnny and Dee Dee were dead. The Ramones were no more. See, poignant.

(tekst: ace records)


CD1 / 1:
1. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Let's Dance [02:27]
2. Klik hier om te beluisteren..California Sun [02:23]
3. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Surfin' Bird [02:22]
4. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Do You Wanna Dance? [02:20]
5. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Needles And Pins [02:13]
6. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Come On, Let's Go [02:01]
7. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Baby, I Love You [02:50]
8. Klik hier om te beluisteren..I got You Babe [03:08]
9. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Little Bit O' Soul [02:20]
10. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Time Has Come Today [04:52]
11. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Indian Giver [02:42]
12. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Surf City [02:26]
13. Klik hier om te beluisteren..I can't Control Myself [03:05]
14. Klik hier om te beluisteren..My Back Pages [03:08]
15. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Surfin' Safari [02:17]
16. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Can't Seem To Make You Mine [03:02]
17. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Shape Of Things To Come [01:55]
18. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Journey To The Center Of The Mind [03:17]
19. Klik hier om te beluisteren..Somebody To Love [02:59]
20. Klik hier om te beluisteren..7 and 7 Is [02:23]
21. Klik hier om te beluisteren..I don't Wanna Grow Up [02:32]
22. Klik hier om te beluisteren..R.a.M.O.N.E.S. [01:28]
23. Klik hier om te beluisteren..1969 [04:14]
24. Klik hier om te beluisteren..What A Wonderful World [02:16]

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