Category: Classical

Im So Proud - Todd Rundgren - Back To The Bars (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. A relic from the 70s era, the Live Album as an Event is something I wish would be more of a thing now, instead of an optional download or throwaway release. Todd's record label wanted him to replicate the success of Peter Frampton, thus Back to the Bars.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Back To The Bars on Discogs. Label: Bearsville - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock/5(4).
  3. Todd Rundgren - Todd (G+) Todd Rundgren - Back To The Bars. Todd Rundgren - A Capella. Todd Rundgren’s Utopia - Another Live. Todd Rundgren's Utopia - Ra. Bobby Rydell ‎– We Got Love. Mitch Ryder - Naked But Not Dead. Savoy Brown - A Step Further. Boz Scaggs - Down Two Then Left. Boz Scaggs - The Boz Scaggs Sampler. Seatrain - S/T. Carly.
  4. Back to the Bars is a live album by rock musician Todd Rundgren, which was released as a double LP in The album was recorded during week-long stints in New York City (The Bottom Line), Los Angeles (The Roxy), and Cleveland (The Agora).
  5. Todd Rundgren Back to the Bars Geryl McAndrews; 13 videos; I'm so Proud / Ooh Baby Baby / La La Means I Love You / I Saw the Light (Live - ) Todd Rundgren by HarryRunt danu.
  6. That said, Back to the Bars isn't an ideal introduction to Rundgren, simply because his studio wizardry is one of the main reasons his records are so interesting, yet it is true that the record has enough great songs and quirks to paint an effective portrait of Rundgren's music. As such, it's the rare live album that caters to both the casual.
  7. I've always thought Todd Rundgren was one of the most under-rated musicians of the 70's. He should have got so much more respect than he did. This live album's version of the songs are better than the studio version (I've got his discography as well). I've seen Rundgren live, and this album captures the vibe of his show well. It's a great song set.5/5(4).
  8. Liars is the eighteenth album from Todd Rundgren, released in After a long period of experimentation with multimedia technology and late 20th century musical genres, Rundgren seemed to once again embrace the eclectic pop sensibilities that made him famous, as on his most well-known album, Something/Anything?.As a result, the album received rave reviews, as many considered it a .

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