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Ron Sutton

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  1. Demo pick 'em

    Temporary Hero and Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
  2. Wild, Wild Heart

    Is this still available to hear?. I missed it...
  3. Looks like all four of Eric's Arista releases are being re-released in Cardboard sleeves as blu- spec CD]s in Japan. I've not seen full track listings, but from what Ive seen, they contain some previously unreleased live tracks, See Below. Also some Instrumental tracks and demos. I'll post more as I find out. Also release dates are set for Aug 26 2015 in Japan. She Did It (Original Demo) (Bonus Material) Marathon Man (Instrumental String Mix) (Bonus Material) A Temporary Hero (Demo) (Bonus Material) Love Is All That Matters (Piano & Strings Instrumental) (Bonus Material) Boats Against the Current (Single Version w. Backing Vocals) (Bonus Material) Marathon Man (Live at Budokan) (Bonus Material) All By Myself (Live at Budokan) (Bonus Material) Change Of Heart (Original 1975 Demo) (Bonus Material) Inside Story (Live at Nakano Sunplaza) (Bonus Material) Overnight Sensation (Hit Record) (Live at Nakano Sunplaza) (Bonus Material) Tonight You‘re Mine (Live at Nakano Sunplaza) Foolin’ Myself (Single Edit) (Bonus Material)
  4. Choose a song for Eric Carmen to sing

    How about Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks?
  5. Choose a song for Eric Carmen to sing

    Love is All Around is a very interesting choice, I like it.
  6. Vote for "Go All The Way"

    Vote for Go All The Way as the best "Guardians of the Galaxy" song at UltimateClassicRock.com. We are currently in 10th place out of 12. Ron
  7. Vote for "Go All The Way"

    Hey Bernie, Doing Great here
  8. Sunrise in New movie People Like Us, about half way thru the movie about 45 seconds of Eric's Sunrise. Ron
  9. "Go All The Way" in "Dark Shadows!"

    Killers Cover the Raspberries’ ‘Go All the Way’ by Marc Hogan The Killers have opened up the intriguing possibility that their upcoming album could be influenced by halcyon ’70s power pop. The Las Vegas pop-rockers covered archetypal power-poppers the Rapsberries’ 1972 “Go All the Way” for the new Tim Burton-Johnny Depp movie Dark Shadows, and as Radio 104.5 was first to point out, the track has made its way online. For some reason the sound quality isn’t great, but you can tell it’s a relatively faithful rendition, although Brandon Flowers adds a little extra bombast as he channels Raspberries singer (and “All By Myself”/“Hungry Eyes” solo artist) Eric Carmen’s Roy Orbison-style vibrato. Considering Flowers has previously confirmed the Killers plan to release a follow-up to 2008’s Day & Age later this year, and considering the KIllers have been known to take on unexpected influences before, such as Bruce Springsteen on Sam’s Town, the rendition offers some reason to hope the band might experiment with power-pop’s muscular riffs and sweet melodies this time around. Then again, the Raspberries cover is of a piece with the Dark Shadows soundtrack, which also includes songs by Iggy Pop and T. Rex, so more likely this is another one-off along the lines of last year’s “Cowboy Christmas Ball” or U2 cover. But for now, you never know: They could … go … all … the … way (and, while we’re dreaming, could they please bring Canadian power-pop torch-carriers Sloan on tour with ‘em?): —Spin, May 14, 2012
  10. A VERY Important Message!

    I don't think the orginal Lips video is that bad. Sort of fit in with alot of the videos from that time period. But it is nice that there are two different videos for that song. Ron
  11. Eric song in new Film

    I saw the movie Super tonight starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Paige, Liv Taylor and Kevin Bacon. About 25 minutes into the film you get to hear Eric singing "It Hurts Too Much", the scene uses about 2 minutes of the song. Pretty good movie also. Ron
  12. Eric's Chart History

    Foolin Myself was also released as a single in the USA from the Tonight your Mine LP. The B side was Lost in the Shuffle. Ron
  13. Any Requests?

    A slow version of Lets Pretend would be nice. Maybe a slowed down ballad type version of Never Gonna Fall in Love Again. Ron
  14. New Raspberries Tribute Album

    Sounds like a fun LP Ron
  15. All By Myself was used in Monday nights Romantically Challenged episode. Not sure who was singing it. Thats two shows this week. Ron
  16. All By Myself on 30 Rock

    Jenna and her drag queen boyfriend sang All By Myself in the closing credits of 30 Rock tonight. Ron
  17. Boxer Reunion Shows

    Anyone else going to see Paul and Jim and there group Boxer perform at the Euclid Tavern on Dec 26 and Dec 27th? Its going to be a great show. Ron
  18. Boxer Reunion Shows

    I have an extra ticket for Sundays show Bernie if you decide to come out. Ron
  19. GATW: Under The Covers, Vol. 2

    I think they did a really good job. Ron
  20. I went to a Phillies game tonight to see ex-Indian pitcher Cliff Lee Pitch. Bottom of the 9th innning when Cliff Came out to take the mound they played Eric's All By Myself" over the stadium loud speakers and it sounded great. You could even hear it on the televison broadcast. Ron
  21. From a news wire: Sheryl Crow's 'Tuesday Night Music Club - Deluxe Edition' Adds CD of Previously Unreleased Tracks and Other Rarities Plus DVD of Classic Videos and a New Tour Documentary to One of Rock's Most Popular Albums LOS ANGELES, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The spectacular debut album that launched Sheryl Crow into rock music consciousness has been expanded both musically and visually for the 2CD/1DVD Tuesday Night Music Club - Deluxe Edition (A&M/UMe), releasing November 17, 2009. Along with the original 1993 album, the package adds a second CD containing B-sides, rarities and out-takes, as well as a bonus DVD featuring the album's videos ("Leaving Las Vegas," "All I Wanna Do," "Strong Enough," "Can't Cry Anymore," "Run, Baby, Run" and "What I Can Do For You," plus a rare alternate version of "All I Wanna Do" directed by Roman Coppola) and a newly produced documentary comprised of on-the-road, backstage, soundcheck and live footage from the original album tour. Highlighting the bonus CD for Tuesday Night Music Club - Deluxe Edition are four previously unreleased recordings from 1995 that were intended for the follow-up album--"Coffee Shop," "Killer Life," "Essential Trip Of Hereness" and "You Want More"--each only now mixed by original Tuesday Night Music Club producer Bill Bottrell. In addition, Bottrell remixed the album's "I Shall Believe" specifically for this Deluxe Edition. The bonus CD also includes a trio of U.K. single B-sides ("Reach Around Jerk," an alternate "The Na-Na Song" titled "Volvo Cowgirl 99" and a cover of Eric Carmen's "All By Myself"), a tribute album cover of Led Zeppelin's "D'yer Mak'er," and "On The Outside," a contribution to an X-Files soundtrack album. Tuesday Night Music Club has proved to be a landmark achievement even beyond propelling Crow's own formidable career by inspiring and influencing countless female singer-songwriters, perhaps even saving that genre from extinction in the grungy days of the early '90s. Certified seven times platinum and charting at 3, the album spawned five Grammy® nominations and three wins: Best New Artist and a pair for "All I Wanna Do," including Record of the Year. Three songs reached the Pop Top 40--the gold "All I Wanna Do" ( 2), "Strong Enough" ( 5) and "Can't Cry Anymore." "Leaving Las Vegas" cracked the Modern Rock Top 10. "Somehow amidst the dance divas of MTV and the dark angst of Seattle grunge," writes her manager, Scooter Weintraub, in the liner notes, "Sheryl's salty voice, twangy Telecaster, frayed Levis, red curls and bent upper lip scratched their way into the musical culture." In 1999, she was ranked among VH1's "100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll." Since Tuesday Night Music Club, Crow has released five studio albums (each charting Top 10, four of them platinum-plus), a triple-platinum greatest hits collection, and more. She has also been nominated for 27 more Grammys, winning six more. Her most recent nomination was for her most recent album, 2008's Detours, which reunited her with producer Bottrell and returned her to the spirit of Tuesday Night Music Club. SHERYL CROW TUESDAY NIGHT MUSIC CLUB DELUXE EDITION TRACK LISTING DISC ONE 1 RUN, BABY, RUN 2 LEAVING LAS VEGAS 3 STRONG ENOUGH 4 CAN'T CRY ANYMORE 5 SOLIDIFY 6 THE NA-NA SONG 7 NO ONE SAID IT WOULD BE EASY 8 WHAT I CAN DO FOR YOU 9 ALL I WANNA DO 10 WE DO WHAT WE CAN 11 I SHALL BELIEVE DISC TWO: B-sides, Rarities and Out-takes 1 COFFEE SHOP 2 KILLER LIFE 3 ESSENTIAL TRIP OF HERENESS 4 REACH AROUND JERK 5 VOLVO COWGIRL 99 6 YOU WANT MORE 7 ALL BY MYSELF 8 ON THE OUTSIDE 9 D'YER MAK'ER 10 I SHALL BELIEVE (2009 REMIX) DISC THREE: Bonus DVD 1 VALUABLE STUFF: A documentary featuring on-the-road, backstage, sound check and live footage recorded during the Tuesday Night Music Club tour, 1993 -1995. THE VIDEOS: 2 LEAVING LAS VEGAS 3 ALL I WANNA DO 4 STRONG ENOUGH 5 CAN'T CRY ANYMORE 6 RUN, BABY, RUN 7 WHAT I CAN DO FOR YOU Ron
  22. David Cassidy Fans

    I've heard good things about this show. Ron
  23. Cupid TV Show

    This may have been mentioned already, But on Tuesday nights episode of ABC's Cupid at the 44 minute mark of the show The Raspberries were mentioned when the two actors were talking about delving into the joys of powerpop Ron
  24. Tinted Windows CD - Review

    I really enjoyed this CD Ron
  25. Raspberries To Donate Memorabilia

    Mercedes-Benz Dealers of Northeast Ohio Welcome the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Celebrating the return of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to Cleveland for the first time since 1997, the Northeast Ohio Mercedes-Benz Dealers will debut the all-new 2010 E-Class at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, kicking off the 2009 Induction weekend with an exclusive VIP pre-party on Friday, April 3rd. The Induction weekend will be the first public showing of the new E-Class in the Ohio market, with both the new 2010 E-Class Coupe and Sedan scheduled for display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum throughout the weekend festivities. The 2010 E-Class will be available at Mercedes-Benz dealerships summer 2009. The special E-Class preview is one part of a successful partnership between the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Northeast Ohio Mercedes-Benz Dealers, who are proud sponsors of the 2009 Induction Ceremony. The Northeast Ohio Mercedes-Benz Dealers are exclusively presenting the private VIP pre-party on April 3rd at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, in recognition of top Induction donors and sponsors. The evening will feature special musical performances by The Raspberries and Reggie Calloway of Midnight Star. Guests attending the event will have the chance to enter-to-win a limited-edition custom designed Mercedes-Benz Gibson guitar. The new E-Class is a fitting match for this year's class of inductees, which represent a range spanning from classic artists who began their careers in the 50's and 60's to those that have defined the modern sound of rock and roll. Artists are eligible for inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twenty-five years after their first recording is released. This commitment to craft, demonstrated by the rigorous time requirements for inductees, is shared by Mercedes-Benz and is embodied in the new E-Class. Since the 'E's' introduction in 1947 with the 170 V model, Mercedes-Benz has produced more than ten million sedans belonging to this series. The ninth-generation E-Class Coupe and Sedan builds on the success of these previous models with innovations such as Attention Assist drowsiness detection and a distinctive new design that features a stylish interplay between taut lines and large concave and convex surfaces. While the car has modern styling cues, aficionados might recognize design cues reminiscent of the famous "Ponton Mercedes" of the 50's. The E-Class line will go on sale in the U.S. initially with the E350 and E550 Coupes in June 2009, followed shortly by their sedan counterparts in July. About the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is the nonprofit organization that exists to educate visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music. It carries out this mission both through its operation of a world-class museum that collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets this art form and through its library and archives as well as its educational programs. The Museum is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On Wednesdays, the Museum is open until 9 p.m. Museum admission is $22 for adults, $17 for seniors (65+), $13 for youth (9-12), $18 for adult residents of Greater Cleveland. Children under 8 and Museum members are free. The Museum is generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. When you become a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the world of rock and roll becomes yours to explore. About Mercedes-Benz USA and the Northeast Ohio Mercedes-Benz Dealers Mercedes-Benz USA, headquartered in Montvale, New Jersey, is responsible for the sales, marketing and service of all Mercedes-Benz and Maybach products in the United States. For more than forty years, MBUSA has taken pride in its commitment to the customer by providing superior quality luxury vehicles coupled with outstanding customer support. The Northeast Ohio Mercedes-Benz Dealer group is comprised of Ganley Akron, Kempthorn Motors, Leikin Motor Companies, Mercedes-Benz of Bedford and Mercedes-Benz of North Olmsted. —Northeast Ohio Mercedes-Benz Dealers, April 1, 2009
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