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Steven Tyler - We're All Somebody from Somewhere flac
Title:
We're All Somebody from Somewhere
Performer:
Steven Tyler
Style:
Contemporary Country
Duration:
54:28
Released:
July 15, 2016
FLAC album size:
1642 mb
MP3 album size:
1331 mb
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Rating:
4.8

We're All Somebody from Somewhere is the debut solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Steven Tyler. The album was released on July 15, 2016, by Dot Records.

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And cornbread damn I love that stuff. We’re all somebody from somewhere Some mama, some daddy Some love in the air Some big, some little Some left, some in the middle Some white, yellow, black or red. Yeah, we’re all somebody from somewhere (Yeah, we’re all somebody from somewhere) We’re all somebody from somewhere (Yeah, we’re all somebody from somewhere). We're All Somebody From Somewhere" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

Rock icon and legend Steven Tyler Releases his Debut solo album ‘We’re All Somebody From Somewhere’ this July 15 and while Steven himself calls it a country album it edges more towards an easy listening almost pop-tastic, classic rock afternoon tea party layered with a slice of country pie. ‘We’re All Somebody From Somewhere’ is produced by Steven Tyler, T Bone Burnett, Dann Huff, Marti Frederickson and The Cadillac Three’s Jaren Johnston

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There's something in Steven Tyler's debut solo album, We're All Somebody From Somewhere, for everyone – the die-hard Aerosmith fan, the adventurous Tyler fan and the fan fearing the worst from this country-informed project. If you're looking for a hint of the cheeky lecherousness that powered Aerosmith's best early songs, head straight for the title track.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 My Own Worst Enemy Steven Tyler / Brad Warren / Brett Warren Steven Tyler 5:11
2 We're All Somebody from Somewhere Jaren Johnston / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 2:57
3 Hold On (Won't Let Go) Jason Boyd / Jared Gutstadt / Jeff Peters / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 2:53
4 It Ain't Easy Cary Barlowe / Nathan Barlowe / Hillary Lindsey / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 4:05
5 Love Is Your Name Lindsey Lee / Eric Paslay Steven Tyler 3:30
6 I Make My Own Sunshine Alyssa Bonagura Steven Tyler 3:01
7 Gypsy Girl Ross Copperman / David Hodges / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 4:29
8 Somebody New Brett James / Hillary Lindsey / Steven Tyler / Troy Verges Steven Tyler 4:11
9 Only Heaven Rhett Akins / Chris DeStefano / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 3:24
10 The Good, the Bad, the Ugly & Me Steven Tyler / Brad Warren / Brett Warren Steven Tyler 3:28
11 Red, White & You Nathan Barlowe / Levi Hummon / Steven Tyler / Jon Vella Steven Tyler 3:02
12 Sweet Louisiana Cary Barlowe / Nathan Barlowe / Hillary Lindsey / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 3:01
13 What Am I Doin' Right? Steven Tyler / Brad Warren / Brett Warren Steven Tyler 3:25
14 Janie's Got a Gun Tom Hamilton / Steven Tyler Steven Tyler 3:29
15 Piece of My Heart Bert Berns / Jerry Ragovoy Steven Tyler feat: The Loving Mary Band 4:22

Credits

Rhett Akins - Composer
Cary Barlowe - Composer
Nathan Barlowe - Composer
Bert Berns - Composer
Alyssa Bonagura - Composer
Jason Boyd - Composer
Michael Cersosimo - Cover Design
Ross Copperman - Composer
Chris DeStefano - Composer
Mike Griffith - Production Coordination
Jared Gutstadt - Composer
Tom Hamilton - Composer
Rick Hicks - Graphic Design
David Hodges - Composer
George Holz - Photography
Levi Hummon - Composer
Brett James - Composer
Jaren Johnston - Composer
Allison Jones - A&R
Kylie Kempster - Assistant
Laurel Kittleson - Production Coordination
Rebecca Lambrecht - Art Manager
Lindsey Lee - Composer
Hillary Lindsey - Composer
The Loving Mary Band - Primary Artist
Gavin Lurssen - Mastering
Katrina McNaughton - Graphic Design
Roger Alan Nichols - Engineer, Vocal Engineer
Eric Paslay - Composer
Jeff Peters - Composer
Zane Peterson - Graphic Design
Jerry Ragovoy - Composer
Andrew Ross - Graphic Design
Larry Rudolph - Art Manager
Ivy Skoff - Production Coordination
Kari Smith - Production Coordination
Brianna Steinitz - Production Coordination
Steven Tyler - Composer, Primary Artist
Jon Vella - Composer
Troy Verges - Composer
Brad Warren - Composer
Brett Warren - Composer
Zach Whitford - Photography
Reviews:
  • Dream
After reading the review from the guy below me, David,Marshall who has no country albums in his 173 cd collection, not even the Allman brothers, not 1 Lynyrd Synyrd review. and he is giving you his "authentic" run down on country music. Turn that Kiss alive disc up louder Davie, hate to tell you its mostly studio like every other fake live album....oh wait he trashed blake shelton,but gives Vince Neil from motley crue 5 stars.We know this guy knows great music just by that alone. Now that the trash is out , lets get to the review.I'm not a fan of country music , i don't dislike it, i don't love it. I have been an Aerosmith fan from the 70's, not so much in that last 20 years, but there is always a few tracks i like. Steven Tyler's new cd is surprisingly...good!My own worst enemy is a strong moody opener that builds to a frenzy. The title track doesnt need the intro or the cornbread piece as its a fun funky track that sticks in your head.Hold on, is a nine inch nails type of rocker with Lenny Kravitz on backing vocals.it ain't easy has become the shows closer and i would recoomend listening to it live as it works much better that way.Love is your name, the first single. it has grown on me and i actually like it the more i play it.i make my own sunshine, catchy as annoying hell. not for megypsy girl, mellow and memorable ...just a thjousand miles away. Lindsay Buckingham plays lead and doesnt it sound like something he would play. Somebody new is the most "authentic"(see Davie, i can use this as i have really listened to the cd unlike you) country track on here. Reminds me of the great canadian band "Blue Rodeo"Only Heaven, belonds on an aerosmith album from the 90's. not bad but all to familiar.The Good, the bad , the ugly and me. again sounds like a track from 90's aerosmith with a bit of Bowie tossed in. Red white and you. its stuff like this that brings out crappy reviews from people who hear the single and not the cd. this is cheesy and insulting.Sweet Louisiana. Cornball lyrics but overall a great pop sound dressed in country attire. What am i doin'right!... strong ending to the original stuff. great lyrics and real. last 2 tracks are covers, both are good. enjoy!
  • Felolv
There are few words to describe this album. The most descriptive one would be "Pathetic" and with that said this album is nothing but a disgrace to the legacy of which Tyler is a huge part of. He can't sing country music obviously and he proves that a few times but even in the nu-country era which is basically twangy hair metal meets disco era Dr. Hook he fails miserably with songs that don't have the craft we are usually handed from such a talent. The over produced and the computer/digital instruments tear this album apart. There is zero authenticity on this record and it's obvious Tyler just wants to make a buck in this country market that is probably at it's worst place in the genre's history given the likes of garbage artists like Aldean and Byran and the most vanilla of the vanilla Florida Georgia Line living at the top of the charts. Country music is supposed to be authentic not just some R&B failure singing bad songs with a twang sprayed on top of it like fake whip cream on a piece of pumpkin pie made from a can of premixed filling and a frozen pie crust. This album is synthetic in every way possible just like Ash in Alien and you can't change that no matter how you dress it up.
  • Wrathshaper
What can be said about Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler that hasn’t already been said? The iconic singer has had his share of critics and worshippers over his nearly 50-year career, the best of which place him among the greatest singers in the history of rock music, and the worst label him an overrated, attention-seeking sellout. So which is it? His first solo album, “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere,” tries to answer that question, and with mixed results. There are moments of brilliance on this album that remind us that he’s not only a great singer, but a talented songwriter. The opening track, “My Own Worst Enemy” is a prime example that the 68-year old Tyler can still create a song that strikes the universal chord of heartbreak, even if it’s your fault. As the raspy-throated singer croons, “I can blame forever even though I didn’t get it/I can blame love even though I often left it/I can blame goodbye even though I said it/and maybe that’s just me/that’s why you had to leave.” The song later explodes into a musical climax that blends Aerosmith classics like Dream On and Darkness with something else entirely, and it works. While “Enemy” is one of his best songs, there is some filler. “Red White and You” is the worst offender, as Tyler desperately tries to sound “country” by throwing in every cliché imaginable, including name checking Tom Petty, big machines, sweet potato pie, and “free falling into your yum yum” (I’m not making that last one up—the same guy who brought us the spitfire lyrical genius that is Walk This Way actually says “yum yum”). The rest of the songs fall somewhere in between. It’s a ballad-heavy album, which is no surprise given Tyler’s hand in crafting masterpieces like Dream On. “It Ain’t Easy” and “What Am I Doing Right” remind us of the emotionally powerful combination of Tyler’s voice and lyrics. You can actually feel his soul reaching out for answers in these songs, which was missing from many of his recent efforts. There are other songs that drift into cheese and crackers territory—not really fulfilling, just something to get us to the meal. These include “I Make My Own Sunshine” (which sounds like a jingle for a Sunny Delight commercial), “Sweet Louisiana” (which sounds like a Taylor Swift throwaway), and the terrible decisions to remake Janie’s Got a Gun. Lastly, there are songs that have potential but never quite deliver. These include the blues-infused “Hold On (Won’t Let Go),” “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, and Me,” and the title track, “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere.” Each of these exhibit traces of Tyler’s swagger and musical roots, but ultimately try too hard. The album is good, but it’s not going to settle any debates about Tyler’s place in history, and I can accept that. After all, it’s Steven Tyler. I think he’s earned the right to be whatever he wants. Best: My Own Worst Enemy, Gypsy Girl, It Ain't Easy.
  • Brakora
If there were to be a stripped down under produced version of this CD it would perhaps offer finer potential. But since that's not the case, we weed through over production, effects, partial + artificial musicianship sinking a potential master piece. An exemplification of this would be Hold On. This is not to say the entire recording should be overlooked. There are a few "as-is" gems such as "Somebody New" with its eloquent use of mandolin and fiddle along with pedal steel and harmonies help to keep this LP from collecting dust. "Love Is Your Name" offers equally as good flavor with acoustic instruments wrapping their melody around Tyler's voice like a suitable Western Necktie. "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly And Me" has an early 70s Rolling Stones flavor, Keith Richards fans should dig on this one. For traditional rockers this is perhaps the best track with top notch lyrics and subtle references (Tina Turner and Nutbush). Regrettably followed by the modern day trite country rock sound of "Red, White & You" that traverses into the country hip hop sound of "Sweet Louisiana". More dudes of hazard curves ahead with "What Am I Doin' Right" which contains over production and harsh earsplittenloudenboomer studio embellishments. This buffet of different flavors tossed into one bowl of downloadable compressed air just doesn't work. Needless to say you'll be picking out the peas from the carrots leaving just a few 'carats'. These 'carats' are worth digging for however.