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    Strummin' with the Devil


    DAVID LEE ROTH LENDS VOCALS TO VAN HALEN TRIBUTE
    Strummin' with the Devil Due Out Mid March On CMH Records

    (LOS ANGELES) Rock icon David Lee Roth's boundless energy has led him toward an amazing array of accomplishments, whether fronting one of America's most celebrated rock bands, achieving certification as a paramedic, becoming a world class mountain climber or replacing satellite-bound radio host Howard Stern. So the March 14, 2006 release of Strummin with the Devil, the bluegrass tribute to the band he helped make famous, should come as no surprise.

    Perhaps the most influential American band in rock history, Van Halen exploded out of Los Angeles in the late 1970s. Their rapid, multi-platinum success was fueled by Eddie Van Halen's groundbreaking guitar playing and Roth's unbridled showmanship part Robert Plant and part Radio City Rockette.

    To honor Van Halen's seminal achievements, CMH Records has brought together the nation's top bluegrass musicians including John Jorgenson, David Grisman, BlueHIghway, Nashville Bluegrass Band and others to perform trailblazing VH hits including "And the Cradle Will Rock…," "Runnin' with the Devil" and "Panama." And Diamond Dave himself gives voice to two of the album's cuts.

    "My roots were always kind of country," Roth explains in the liner notes. "Not the same country as my first band. Their flag had windmills. Mine had a BBQ pit and a shot glass."

    Roth, originally from Indiana, gives voice to "Jump" and "Jamie's Cryin'," while world-class instrumentalists rip through some of rock's most beloved guitar riffs.

    Track listing:

    01) Jump by David Lee Roth with the John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band
    02) I'll Wait by Blue Highway
    03) Runnin’ with the Devil by the John Cowan Band
    04) Dance the Night Away by Mountain Heart
    05) Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love by Iron Horse
    06) Hot for Teacher by David Grisman and Sons
    07) Feel Your Love Tonight by Tony Trischka, Dudley Connell, Marshall Wilborn, Dave McLaughlin
    08) Panama by Cornbread Red
    09) Jamie’s Cryin’ by David Lee Roth with the John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band (Full Version)
    10) Unchained by Iron Horse
    11) Ice Cream Man by Larry Cordle
    12) And the Cradle Will Rock… by the John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band
    13) Could this be Magic? by the Nashville Bluegrass Band
    14) Jamie's Cryin' by David Lee Roth with the John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band (Radio Edit)
    15) Eruption by Dennis Caplinger

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    Awesome! Van Halen was way better without Sammy Hagar in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VitaminT
    Awesome! Van Halen was way better without Sammy Hagar in my opinion.
    Agreed!
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    David Lee Roth WAS Van Halen.

    Sammy who?
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    Van Halen 1984, was my second album I ever owned. I remember the day too.

    "I can barley see the road with the heat comin off"

    "I don't feel tardy"

    Love it!
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    Class dismised!
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    I agree with everything said so far....

    But, bluegrass?????

    I might have to change my username.


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    Both singers brought their own thing to the table. You can't compare them, they're different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Foxx
    Both singers brought their own thing to the table. You can't compare them, they're different.
    Yeah, different as in, one sucks and one rocks
    j/k

    At least Sammy isn't doing a bluegrass cd. Hell I may be going by the screen name 'redrocker' soon.

    rr
    oops, I mean

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    2 different bands... Van Halen and Van Hagar.

    One rough and one polished... me likes the early stuff best!
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    I heard some cuts on O & A the other day. Davey boy should stick to R&R and leave the Radio biz to the pros. The cuts were pretty entertaining though

    edit: Van Halen was Roth, agreed. Hagar solo is great as well. Vote no on VanHagar
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