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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    So he says.

    Call me cynical, but with Van Halen, until it's coming out of my speakers, I don't believe the hype.
    Hey Cynical.
    You know it's coming someday! Hopefully sooner than later...

    I want to hear the unreleased HFT track with different lyrics and Eddie duelling with himself on bass and guitar.

    “‘Hot for Teacher,’ there’s different lyrics all the way through it,” Kehew also says how David Lee Roth’s original vocal had different words.

    “That is a strange one, because Eddie plays bass on that one.

    And on the intro, which is that great guitar part, he actually doubled it on the bass. But probably, they couldn’t quite play it live, so they didn’t keep it on the record.

    But they did keep [the rest of] Ed’s bass track on the actual record.”

    I missed this part! Didn't know Eddie is on bass, too, on the official release...

    Kehew says the timing was never right as to why the material uncovered over a decade ago has yet to be released.

    With Sammy Hagar in Van Halen at the time, it would have been bad timing to promote anything with Dave.

    “When Dave got back in the band, ‘Now we need a new album, now we need a new live record,’ and it was not a time to promote the past and the old stuff.

    I think down the road somewhere, it will be time.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    Extreme has released one album in the last 25 years, it ain't COVID.
    I agree it ain't COVID but Extreme had two non studio album releases the Take Us Alive 2009 in Boston CD and Pornograffitti Live in Vegas CD in 2016. So they haven't been totally silent. Hurtsmile Gary's side band actually has Extreme beat for studio album releases in that 25 year span 2011's Hurtsmile and Retrogrenade in 2014. Even Van Halen has them beat for studio album releases in that 25 year span VH3 1998 and ADKOT 2012. Nuno get your head out of your ass please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagerdave View Post
    It's The Right Time was officially unreleased last I checked. That's the demo I'm talking about, not his singing of covers.
    "It's The Right Time" was officially released at one point. I bought it off iTunes, credited to Mitch Malloy feat. Van Halen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James in New York View Post
    “That is a strange one, because Eddie plays bass on that one.

    And on the intro, which is that great guitar part, he actually doubled it on the bass. But probably, they couldn’t quite play it live, so they didn’t keep it on the record.

    But they did keep [the rest of] Ed’s bass track on the actual record.”
    "It wasn't Ed's playing that inspired me, it was his spirit. The playing was merely a manifestation of that spirit." - Speedway

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    Quote Originally Posted by James in New York View Post
    “That is a strange one, because Eddie plays bass on that one.

    And on the intro, which is that great guitar part, he actually doubled it on the bass. But probably, they couldn’t quite play it live, so they didn’t keep it on the record.

    But they did keep [the rest of] Ed’s bass track on the actual record.”

    I missed this part! Didn't know Eddie is on bass, too, on the official release...”
    Eddie does an incredible Michael impersonation!

    Listen closely – all of Mike's typical* Dave-era slides, pops, and inconsistencies with the beat are all over the HFT bass track. I'd never believe Eddie played the bass track if Kehew hadn't said it himself. Sounds just like Mike's energetic playing to my ears.

    * Quoting Mike here from a FUCK-era interview. He said Alex recommended practicing with a click which got him tighter with the beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDL View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDL View Post
    I'm pretty sure this is fake.

    Just some guy laying down the bass part on top of Al's ISO.

    That timing placement does not sound like Eddie (or Mike) at all to me.

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    Here's where HFT really "came from" if you asked Al and Ed:


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    Quote Originally Posted by noise next door View Post
    I'm pretty sure this is fake.

    Just some guy laying down the bass part on top of Al's ISO.

    That timing placement does not sound like Eddie (or Mike) at all to me.
    Mike played on HFT and all of CVH. Ted Templeman and Donn Landee were still involved at that point, and I don't think they would've gone along with any kind of funny business like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Dreamer View Post
    Mike played on HFT and all of CVH. Ted Templeman and Donn Landee were still involved at that point, and I don't think they would've gone along with any kind of funny business like that.
    According to who, he played on it all? Not saying I disagree but there’s been more than enough evidence of turmoil to imply that Ed might have played bass on some CVH tracks.

    Ted was the producer. I’m not sure he’d care if JPJ or Bootsy came in and laid down bass tracks, provided they were damned good, they fit in the mix and they got done in a timely fashion. That’s essentially a producer’s job. If Ed wanted to boot Mike, I can’t imagine Ted would have ever gotten in the way...


    Mikey should be the one being asked. He’d probably give a straight answer if there were some things he didn’t play on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by noise next door View Post
    Here's where HFT really "came from" if you asked Al and Ed:

    Actually in one of Al's older interviews from Modern Drummer magazine he specifically cites Ed as being a fan of Mahavishnu Orchestra and he being a fan of Billy Cobham and specifically the tune Quadrant 4 as being influential on the way he and Ed constructed and arranged HFT in the studio.

    To be clear I'm not saying this wasn't also an influence. We all know Ed and Al were big Cactus fans at the time as well. I'm just pointing out what Al said in a printed MD interview when talking about HFT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Dreamer View Post
    Mike played on HFT and all of CVH. Ted Templeman and Donn Landee were still involved at that point, and I don't think they would've gone along with any kind of funny business like that.
    This is not true, according to Brian Kehew, but maybe Kehew is mistaken. I would hope that someday we will get to hear the version of HFT that had Ed doubling the tapping intro on the bass.

    And why would it even be considered funny business? One of my all time favorite Aerosmith tunes is Sick As A Dog off of Rocks, and it was co-written by Tom Hamilton and he is the one who played the rhythm guitar on that track, not Perry or Whitford.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noise next door View Post
    Here's where HFT really "came from" if you asked Al and Ed:

    I hear more I’m The One in that than HFT.


    Ed basically took the entire intro of Eruption from Cactus, so their influence is definitely there.


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    Who is Brian Kehew? Is he some sort of authority?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboChris View Post
    Who is Brian Kehew? Is he some sort of authority?
    One of the engineers WB hired to work on unreleased VH stuff from 77-83 who said there is 4 cds worth of releasable material, but at the time the band didn't want to because it was during the Sam reunion tour and they didn't want to promote Dave era VH. He was interviewed by the guys at Sunset Sound studios. James has posted a bunch of those interviews that Sunset Sound was doing about the VH years recording there.

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