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Mike Ness - Under The Influences Album

Mike Ness - Under The Influences Album

  • Performer: Mike Ness
  • Genre: Rock / Folk, World, & Country
  • Title: Under The Influences
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Country Rock, Rockabilly, Alternative Rock, Rock & Roll
  • MP3 version size: 1074 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2079 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 406

Tracklist

A Thief In The Night
House Of Gold
Wildwood Flower
Big Iron
Six More Miles
Let The Jukebox Keep On Playing
Gamblin' Man
Ball And Chain (Honky Tonk)
Once A Day
I Fought The Law
Funnel Of Love
All I Can Do Is Cry
One More Time

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
70930-43536-1Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(LP, Album)Time Bomb Recordings70930-43536-1US1999
70930-43536-2Mike Ness Under The Influences (Volume One) ‎(CD, Album)Time Bomb Recordings70930-43536-2US1999
70930 43536 2Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album)Time Bomb Recordings70930 43536 2Europe1999
70930-43536-2Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album)Time Bomb Recordings70930-43536-2US1999
70930-43536-4Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(Cass, Album, Dol)Time Bomb Recordings70930-43536-4US1999
BVCP-21117Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album)Time Bomb Recordings, BMGBVCP-21117Japan2000
6931-2Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album, RE)Time Bomb Recordings, Epitaph6931-2Europe2010
CR00075Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red)Craft RecordingsCR00075US2018
CR00075Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(LP, Album, RE)Craft RecordingsCR00075US2018
0888072047945Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(LP, Album, RE)Craft Recordings, Universal Music Group International0888072047945Europe2018
70930-43536-2Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album)Time Bomb Recordings70930-43536-2USUnknown
78803-2Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album, RE)Kung Fu Records, Time Bomb Recordings78803-2EuropeUnknown
70930-43536-2Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(CD, Album, RP)Time Bomb Recordings70930-43536-2USUnknown
43536-1Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Time Bomb Recordings 43536-1EuropeUnknown
70930-43536-1Mike Ness Under The Influences ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Time Bomb Recordings 70930-43536-1USUnknown

Album

Under the Influences, the second and most recent solo album from Social Distortion's Mike Ness, is a compilation of country, rock, and bluegrass covers released just six months after his first solo effort, Cheating at Solitaire. As the title implies, Ness intends the album to be an illustration of the music that shaped him. Songs as diverse as I Fought the Law and Wildwood Flower make their appearance, each with Mike Ness's unique spin. Included is a honky tonk version of Social Distortion. Under the influence may refer to: Driving under the influence, the act of driving a motor vehicle with blood levels of alcohol in excess of a legal limit. An altered state of consciousness, attained through the ingestion of psychoactive drugs. Under the Influence Foghat album, 2016. Under the Influence Mary Coughlan album, 1987. Under the Influence Overkill album, 1988. Under the Influence Wildside album, 1992. Under the Influence Alan Jackson album, 1999. Under The Influences - Mike Ness. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Under The Influences. Mike Ness - Under The Influences 1999. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock Rock 'n' Roll Rockabilly. Mike Ness. Songs in album Mike Ness - Under The Influences 1999. Mike Ness - All I Can Do Is Cry. Mike Ness - Gamblin' Man. Mike Ness - Let The Jukebox Keep On Playing. Mike Ness - I Fought The Law. Mike Ness - Big Iron. Mike Ness - One More Time. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Listen free to Mike Ness Under the Influences All I Can Do Is Cry, Gamblin' Man and more. 13 tracks 41:15. Mike Ness Format: Audio CD. Please retry. This item:Under the Influences by Mike Ness Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Pahla's Emporium. Band Name Mike Ness. Album Name Under the Influences. Type Album. Released date 09 November 1999. Labels Time Bomb Recordings. Other productions from Mike Ness. Under the Influences. Cheating at Solitaire. Under the Influences 1999. Album by Mike Ness. I Fought the Law. is a cover of. I Fought the Law by The Clash 1979. Ball and Chain

Performer

Mike Ness: American musician and producer who is the lead guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for the punk rock band Social Distortion, which was formed in 1978. Cold Feelings, Bad Luck, Born To Lose и другие песни. Listen to music from Mike Ness like Don't Think Twice, I Fought the Law & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mike Ness. Mike Ness born Michael James Ness, born April 3, 1962 is a country music singer and guitarist, best known as the vocalist, guitarist, and chief songwriter for the American punk rock band Social Distortion. Ness was born in Stoneham, Massachusetts and raised in Fullerton in Orange County, California. Kicked out of his parents' home in Fullerton at the age of fifteen, he dabbled in drugs and petty crime, involving himself in the punk scene and founding Social Distortion in 1978. Город: Orange County, Ness. Mike Ness was born in 1962 in Lynn, Massachusetts. His family relocated to Orange County, California later that year and he James Ness born April 3, 1962 is an American musician and producer who is the lead guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for the punk rock band Social Distortion, which was formed in 1978. Ness was born in Lynn, Massachusetts on April 3, 1962. His family relocated to Orange County, California later that year, and he grew up roaming the streets of Fullerton. He was kicked out of his father's home in Fullerton at age 15. Mike Ness Фото исполнителя Mike Ness. United States. Майкл Джеймс Несс Michael James Ness Американский гитарист, вокалист и главный автор песен панк-рок группы 'Social Distortion'. Группа была образована в 1978 году, и на сегодняшний день Несс является единственным выжившем членом этого коллектива. В 1999-м Несс выпустил и свой сольный проект - альбом 'Cheating at Solitaire', а позднее в том же году вышел и еще один его альбом - 'Under the Influences'. All songs by Mike Ness. Mike Ness - Rest Of Our Lives - 7251999 - Woodstock 99 West Stage Official - Продолжительность: 3:57. Social Distortion Reach Ness, Soundtrack: Lords of Dogtown. Michael James Ness was born April 3rd, 1962 in Lynn, Massachusetts. His family moved to Fullerton, California when he was young and he grew up in a broken home. Сыны анархии TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2012 writer - 1 episode, 2012. Andare Pescare 2012. 2011 Конан TV Series writer - 1 episode. Unlimited free Mike Ness music - Click to play The Devil in Miss Jones, Misery Loves Company and whatever else you want Mike Ness born Michael James Ness, April 3, 1962, Stoneham, Massachusetts is an American guitarist. Mike Ness born Michael James Ness, April 3, 1962, Stoneham, Massachusetts is an American guitarist, vocalist, and chief songwriter for the punk rock band Social Distortion, which was formed in 1978. As of Dennis Danell's death in 2000, he is now the last of original members of the band. Read More. Mike Ness. Latest Videos. Chart History. Billboard 200. Current Album Sales. Week On Chart. Cheating At Solitaire. May 1. Peak Date. Peak Position

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Comments

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Mike Ness’ Under the influence is the second of two releases put out by the Fullerton California punk rocker, best known for his work as the lead singer/lead guitar player of the legendary band that is Social Distortion. Under the Influence compiles Several of Ness’ white-trash-rockabilly/western leanings, which he executes as only Ness can, The song Big Iron and All I can do is Cry come across equal parts whiskey soaked country western and So Cal punk rock. Ness’ take on The Clash’s I Fought the Law is a western guitar infused punk rock anthem, which Ness totally makes work. The only weak parts of the record are studio mishaps, such as the saxophone on One More Time, which neither rocks, nor rolls. Under the Influence is a must buy for anyone who is a fan of Social D, or of western or rockabilly. I give it a hard 4 stars.
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Well, I'm not into cover songs that much, but I guess it depends on how it's been done and maybe what has been the artist's intention. in my opinion there are artists who just cover music to cash in with a previous hit and there are artists who's intention is to disclose their influences to their audience and give something back to their idols. Mike Ness seems to be one of latter guys. Why not show the world what music touches and inspires you? A praiseworthy approach...

As I have been a huge fan of Social Distortion, rockabilly and some sort of country music, not the Nashville bullshit of course, I'll try to tell you some more about the original songs and how I see them:

1. Refers to a quite early rockabilly song from 1956 by Wayne Walker. Can't say a lot about him, except he has had a few singles in the rockabilly era and this is probably his best known hit song. Some people say that Rockabilly was the death of the original Honky Tonk music, which itself emerged in the 1930s with the end of the prohibition. At a time when black music still was labeled as "race music" the "rhythm and blues"/"rock and roll" evolved from the "jump blues music". As it reached the white youth in the 1950s country music has been put into a crisis. Most of the rockabilly artists had a country music history or at least a background. It's kinda interesting, that many singles of the mid 1950s have a rocker of one side and an emotinal song with a honky tonk appeal on the other.

2. A Rockabilly song by Marvin Rainwater originally released in 1958. This one and Baby, Don't Go are probably my favorites.

3. Another Rockabilly joint from 1956, this time by Carl Perkins, who's best known for writing the song "Blues Suede Shoes" that has been covered by former label mate Elvis Presley. The songs I'd recommend would be: Honey, Don't!, Matchbox or Pink Pedal Pushers.

4. Originally relased in 1960 by The Crickets, the backing band of the late and great Buddy Holly, who sadly died at a plane crash a year before, on the 5th of febuary 1959 with the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens, today know as "the day the music died", Don McLean sung about in 1971. More famous versions have been released by Bobby Fuller in 1964, the Clash in 1979 and the Dead Kennedys in 1986. Don't know if it's neccessary to recommend any Buddy Holly songs, just get a "best of" and I bet you will remember most of those songs. Anyway, my picks are: "Blue Days, Black Nights" which I have once played drunk years ago at high volume in repeat and fallen asleep. My flat mates were not amused because it has played the whole night long. But whatever, they should have paid more attention in the first place, when picking their fellow lodgers. :-D Further ones would be "Well... All Right" and the "Real Wild Child", the latter performed by Jerry "Ivan" Allison, drummer of the Crickets, originally performed by the australian rockabilly artits Johnny O’Keefe and by Iggy Pop in 1986.

5. A song by Marty Robbins from 1959, a guy who has sung a lot about cowboy romantic, inspired by the singing cowboys and western swing made popular by Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. Mmmmh...

6. As far as my knowlegde goes it was originally performed by Billy Riley on Sun Records, who previously appeared as Billy Riley And Little Green Men, due to the space age spirit I guess. Better known tracks are "Red Hot" (my girl is red hot!) and "Flyin' Saucers Rock & Roll".

7. Here he is: Hank Williams, the god of Honky Tonk music! Honyk Tonk, the music of the eponymous bar rooms you probably know best from trashy movies that serve the cliché with a band protected by a wire mesh. A lot has been said about him and he has inspired the best: Johnny Cash, Buck Owens, Gram Parsons, the Beatles, just to name a few. His biography reads like guidance how to become a mistunderstood genius: A tough childhood, a troubled married life and a sudden but not surprising death. He was known as an alcoholic, became more amore unreliable and has finally dismissed by the "Grand Ole Opry". He died of a morphin-alcohol overdose at the 31th december 1951. Again, hard to pick favorites beyond the classics, but probably check out "I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive" or a late demo "The Angel Of Death". A few black and white videos exist at youtube. Check them out!

8. Written by the legendary Harlan Howard, a songwriter who has written for the best. E.g. Buck Owens has devoted a complete album to him. The original prefformer was Jean Shepard to my knowledge, a female country artist. Check out her songs: "Second Fiddle (To An Old Guitar)" and "Franklin County Moonshine" which is about a moonshiner, producing illegal licor.

9. The first single of Nashville Star Connie Smith from 1964, wich I can't say much about, except it's a beauty.

10. A better know song of Wanda Jackson from 1961. You may know her from her Rock and Roll compilations. A Good example of a country singer, who jumped on the Rockabilly bandwagon in the 1950s. Most famous for the better known cover of the Elvis Presley song "Let's Have A Party". Yes indeed, Elvis that dirty old snatcher seems to be the original perfomer this time! Exciting! :-D My recommendations are: "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" and "I Gotta Know". Btw. there's a nice video of "I Gotta Know" recorded at the Ranch Party in 1958 at youtoube.

11. Hank Willaims again. R.I.P.!

12. Very early country classic by the Carter Family, the family June Carter, the wive of Johnny Cash, descents from. They started playing traditional country music in 1927 and have had several incarnations over the years. "Ring Of Fire" has been written for and originally performed by Anita Carter. Mother Maybelle Carter is said to have invented a special guitar style by picking the melodie and playing chords almost at the same time. As you can imagine the old songs have been recorded in a bad quality, but they're still worth hearing. "Wildwood Flower" and "Keep On The Sunny Side" are standards now, as well as "Bury Me Under The Weeping Will".

13. A country version of a Social Distortion song. Guess you know their stuff anyway, if you know about this record. I love their stuff. Especially the later records from Epic to Time Bomb Records. Their last record is dope as well, except for the cheesy California Hustle And Flow, which I really don't like and the cheap music video. IMO you need to get the vinyl version! The bonus tracks are among the best.

(written drunk over night, corrections will follow!)