Live In Paris: I Just Wanna Rock is the 4th live album by guitarist Joe Satriani, released in February 2010. It is a 2CD Live set of his live concert in Paris, France on 27 May 2008. In many ways it acts as a best-of glimpse at Satriani’s career, and the audio mix is top-notch. Included in the over two-hours worth of material are the grooving “Diddle-Y-A-Doo-Dat,” the tap-happy “Satch Boogie,” the sleek “Flying In A Blue Dream,” and “Ghosts,” which is driven by a haunting Middle-Eastern flavor. There’s enough stylistic variety within the 22 songs that boredom is never an issue.
Hard-hittin', soulful Blues with stinging guitar, powerful vocals, and interesting lyrics, delivered Texas-style with roots in the Delta and Chicago: classic Blues roots with a modern edge.
Mick Jones is singer-songwriter Mick Jones's self-titled debut/studio album, released in 1989. Jones is one of the original members of the group Foreigner. The album was Mick Jones' only solo release. Released on Atlantic Records, this album included Billy Joel and Carly Simon as guest singers. Joel sang with Jones on the song "Just Wanna Hold" and Simon sang with Jones on the songs "That's the Way My Love Is" and "Write Tonight". It is widely believed that the co-composer "M. Phillips" on the track "Just Wanna Hold" is a pseudonym of Mick Jagger.
All-girl candy-coated fun Bubblegum Punk / Rock & Roll band from Montreal, Canada. If you're into the Garage Power Pop, these girls is what you need! You'll hear a much of late '50s/early '60s Rock 'N' Roll with some influence of the Girls Group in these songs. As always, nothing new, very raw DIY productions. Just for your fun. Maybe more.