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Various Artists - The Music of ZZ Top [Tribute] album mp3
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    The Music of ZZ Top [Tribute]
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  • Date of release:
    February 15, 2006
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The album includes 11 cover tracks such as "Gimme All Your Lovin'," "Legs," a combination of two songs "Waitin' for the Bus"/"Jesus Just Left Chicago" and "La Grange.

ZZ Top’s songs may not leave much room for interpretation, yet all the artists here manage to sound like themselves while serving up straightforward covers. Steven Tyler singing with Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, and Jonny Lang - play like the pampered millionaires they are, Andrew Stockdale shrieks Cheap Sunglasses as if he were saluting Jack White, Wyclef Jean taps into the new wave heart of Rough Boy, while Nickelback. and DAUGHTRY battle for the title of Guitar Center’s loudest.

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ZZ Top Tribute Albums & Cover Songs. ZZ Top is an American blues rock trio, formed in 1969 in Houston, Texas. Its members are Billy Gibbons (vocals and guitar), Joseph Dusty Hill (vocals, bass, and keyboards), and Frank Beard (drums and percussion). ZZ Top is ranked number 44 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock". The trio is one of the few rock bands of that era still composed of its original recording members. Cover versions and tribute albums in honor of songs and music by ZZ Top. Pickin' on ZZ Top A Bluegrass Tribute.

Yet, even though the album features artists from such a broad range of genres, the renditions just seem a bit redundant. Nickelback‘s take on ‘Legs’ has a slightly heavier flavour than the original, yet nothing drastic enough to make it truly worthwhile, and Daughtry‘s ‘Waitin’ For The Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago’ is just plain dull. s (featuring Steven Tyler, Jonny Lang and Mick Fleetwood) take on ‘Sharp Dressed Man’ fails to ignite. Although, there are a couple of gems shattered throughout, which, if not save the record, do provide a welcome glimpse of dynamism. For a die hard ZZ Top fan, it may be worth looking into briefly. For anyone else, there is little of interest here. Written by Tony Bliss.

Performer: ZZ Top Album: Original Album Series Label: A Lone Wolf Production, Warner Music. Performer: ZZ Top Album: First Album Label: Warner Music.

All of the album's tracks have been newly recorded, specifically for the project. The album kicks off with Sharp Dressed Man from The .