Tyketto (USA)

Hard Rock, Melodic Rock , AOR , Blues Rock , Glam & Sleaze Rock , West Coast , Christian Rock
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Tyketto (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 17 Jún 2014, 17:42

Tyketto - Strength In Numbers (Japan Edition) (1994)

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Year : 1994 (Japan Edition)
Style : Hard Rock , Melodic Heavy Metal
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 144 mb


Bio:

TYKETTO Formed 1987, U.S.A. Albums: 1991 Don't Come Easy 1994 Strength In Numbers 1995 Shine 1996 Take Out & Served Up Live History: Tyketto was one of the best and most underrated radio friendly rock bands of the rock genre. They were never able to reach the massive success they so deserved, with their brand of hook heavy AOR sung with majestic vocals. Formed in New York, New York by former Waysted vocalist Danny Vaughn, Brooke St.James (guitar), Jimi Kennedy (bass) and Michael Clayton (drums). The debut was an instant classic, sounding like a heavier version of Journey and Foreigner. The real talent was Vaughn's wonderful vocals, as displayed on the debut single "Forever Young" and the powerful ballad "Standing Alone". Jamie Scott replaced Kennedy for the second album, released on the upstart CMC International label, but it quickly sank without a trace. Vaughn departed in 1995 to spend more time with his ill wife. Steve Augeri would be his replacement and appear on Tyketto's two final albums. It was apparent that the band would never reach more then cult status, and the members decided to break up. Augeri went on to replace Steve Perry in Journey. Not much was heard from the former members until 1999 when it was rumored that a reunion was in the works. However, when Vaughn, Scott and Clayton decided to reunite and record once again, they settled on the name Vaughn for the project, but have done the odd reunion show with all the original members.

Line Up:

Michael Clayton - Drums
Jamie Scott - Bass
Danny Vaughn - Vocals Ex-Waysted
Brooke St James - Guitar

Past members

Steve Augeri : Vocals Ex-Journey
Jimi Kennedy : Bass

Tracklist:

01. Strength in Numbers
02. Rescue Me
03. End of the Summer Days
04. Ain't That Love
05. Catch My Fall
06. Last Sunset
07. All Over Me
08. Write Your Name in the Sky
09. Meet Me in the Night
10. Why Do You Cry
11. Inherit the Wind
12. Standing Alone (94 Remix)
13. Wait Forever (Japan Bonus)

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Re: Tyketto (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 27 Feb 2018, 10:34

Tyketto - Dig In Deep (Japan Edition) (2012)

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Year : 2012 (Japan Edition)
Style : Hard Rock , Melodic Heavy Metal
Country : USA
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 144 mb


Bio:

TYKETTO Formed 1987, U.S.A. Albums: 1991 Don't Come Easy 1994 Strength In Numbers 1995 Shine 1996 Take Out & Served Up Live History: Tyketto was one of the best and most underrated radio friendly rock bands of the rock genre. They were never able to reach the massive success they so deserved, with their brand of hook heavy AOR sung with majestic vocals. Formed in New York, New York by former Waysted vocalist Danny Vaughn, Brooke St.James (guitar), Jimi Kennedy (bass) and Michael Clayton (drums). The debut was an instant classic, sounding like a heavier version of Journey and Foreigner. The real talent was Vaughn's wonderful vocals, as displayed on the debut single "Forever Young" and the powerful ballad "Standing Alone". Jamie Scott replaced Kennedy for the second album, released on the upstart CMC International label, but it quickly sank without a trace. Vaughn departed in 1995 to spend more time with his ill wife. Steve Augeri would be his replacement and appear on Tyketto's two final albums. It was apparent that the band would never reach more then cult status, and the members decided to break up. Augeri went on to replace Steve Perry in Journey. Not much was heard from the former members until 1999 when it was rumored that a reunion was in the works. However, when Vaughn, Scott and Clayton decided to reunite and record once again, they settled on the name Vaughn for the project, but have done the odd reunion show with all the original members.

Album:

Tyketto are back and it’s about damn time! The eagerly anticipated new album from the reformed band (the first since 1994’s Strength In Numbers) will be dropping April 20 and fans who have been salivating for new tunes from this incredible AOR band need not worry.Sometimes when a band takes a hiatus and return many years later, the product output is less than desired and pales in comparison to previous releases. Taking in consideration that the band only had two prior releases (Don’t Come Easy in 1991 and the aforementioned Strength In Numbers) featuring original vocalist Danny Vaughn, and both albums are held in such high regard by fans of not only Tyketto, but the genre itself, they certainly have their work cut out for them. Digging In Deep, their brand new CD, holds true to their sound, but takes it to the next level.I make no bones about my adoration of Danny Vaughn’s talent. He’s a rare breed in this genre when you have a top notch singer and songwriter. His songs tell a story, not unlike that of say Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi. Full of tales of struggle and perseverance, love lost and pain, and standing up for what you believe in have been themes that have run strongly not just with the music of Tyketto, but also through Vaughn’s days with Waysted, Flesh ‘N’ Blood, and solo. Having that solid backbone of excellent songs is what put Tyketto ahead of the pack from other bands back in the day. They were always one of the more unique sounding acts. Sadly, they came at a time that the Grunge era took over the mainstream and left quality bands in the dust. I recall hearing the song “Forever Young” on the radio a couple of times when the station I listened to played great metal and hard rock every Friday night. I managed to get that song recorded onto tape and wore it out wondering where they had gone.It wasn’t until around 1999/2000 that this band returned to my radar thanks mostly to the Internet. Now with the band back together and in perfect form, I’m hoping that folks will hear the greatness that is Tyketto. Digging In Deep fits perfectly with the first two albums (they recorded one other with former Journey singer Steve Augeri called Shine.) One thing I noticed while listening to the new album was the similarities between AOR music and most mainstream country music. Take away the twang and add that rock bite, and the styles (for the most part) tend to compliment each other. Contained within are stellar tracks that range from solid rockers like “Faithless” to catchy tracks like “Here’s Hoping It Hurts” to pure vintage Tyketto with poignant ballads like “Battle Lines.” The band moves seamlessly from rocking to acoustic without missing a beat or interrupting the flow of the album. One thing I love about Tyketto is the fact that they always improve my mood. I was already suffering from road rage when the album got started, and I feared that would sully my take on it, but within the first couple of tracks I was in a better place and really taking in the sounds.The band is tighter than ever. Vaughn’s vocals soar as usual, packed with heart-felt emotion, matched by excellent harmony vocals from the band. Also ever-present are the beautifully structured guitar solos of Brook St. James. He’s not necessarily a shredder, but each note fits perfectly in each song. He is a true artist with his abilities. The backbeat of the band, solid as ever, is provided by Jimi Kennedy (bass) and Michael Clayton (drums.) Though there is the voice of Danny Vaughn and his songwriting skills all over the album, there is always something significantly different from his solo work and other projects than what is on the three Vaughn era Tyketto albums. There’s just something special about the combination of this group of musicians that simply clicks. There’s a cohesion and warmth in their music that really draws the listener in. I’m happy knowing that this sorely overlooked band is back and in excellent form. Let’s hope it stays that way.

Line Up:

Danny Vaughn / Lead vocals
Brooke St. James / Lead guitar & backing vocals
Jimi Kennedy / Bass guitar & backing vocals
Michael Clayton / Drums

Tracklist:

01. Faithless (4:45)
02. Love To Love (4:24)
03. Here's Hoping It Hurts (3:43)
04. Battle Lines (3:30)
05. The Fight Left In Me (4:56)
06. Evaporate (3:42)
07. Monday (3:52)
08. Dig In Deep (4:00)
09. Sound Off (3:05)
10. Let This One Slide (4:29)
11. This Is How We Say Goodbye (4:30)
12. She Was The One (3:16) (Japan Bonus Track)

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Re: Tyketto (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Okt 2019, 09:03

Tyketto - The Last Sunset: Farewell 2007 (2007)

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Year : 2007
Style : Hard Rock , Melodic Heavy Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 144 mb


Bio:

TYKETTO Formed 1987, U.S.A. Albums: 1991 Don't Come Easy 1994 Strength In Numbers 1995 Shine 1996 Take Out & Served Up Live History: Tyketto was one of the best and most underrated radio friendly rock bands of the rock genre. They were never able to reach the massive success they so deserved, with their brand of hook heavy AOR sung with majestic vocals. Formed in New York, New York by former Waysted vocalist Danny Vaughn, Brooke St.James (guitar), Jimi Kennedy (bass) and Michael Clayton (drums). The debut was an instant classic, sounding like a heavier version of Journey and Foreigner. The real talent was Vaughn's wonderful vocals, as displayed on the debut single "Forever Young" and the powerful ballad "Standing Alone". Jamie Scott replaced Kennedy for the second album, released on the upstart CMC International label, but it quickly sank without a trace. Vaughn departed in 1995 to spend more time with his ill wife. Steve Augeri would be his replacement and appear on Tyketto's two final albums. It was apparent that the band would never reach more then cult status, and the members decided to break up. Augeri went on to replace Steve Perry in Journey. Not much was heard from the former members until 1999 when it was rumored that a reunion was in the works. However, when Vaughn, Scott and Clayton decided to reunite and record once again, they settled on the name Vaughn for the project, but have done the odd reunion show with all the original members.

Album:

With the just featured TYKETTO albums one of you asked for this CD “The Last Sunset Farewell”, released by themselves (no barcode) some time ago and including a collection of unreleased tracks, demos and a live song. All these were composed / recorded during the late ’80s / early ’90s and are excellent.With exception of the die-hard fans, most of us will probably admit to being a little skeptical when a band announces the sudden “discovery” of lost or forgotten early or live recordings.So here we have the melodic hard rock / AOR masters Tyketto pulling this one out of their hat. “The Last Sunset: Farewell 2007” is marketed as “a collection of unreleased tracks, album demos, and live recordings.” Sounds bottom of the barrel scary.But the stereotype does not apply with this release… the Tyketto boys have delivered yet again and put out a “lost” recordings compilation that truly feels like a time capsule (circa 1988-1992).Having these tunes cranking out of your speakers just makes you want to grow the mullet back out and hit ebay for some spandex. Wow!Tracks like “Big Wheels” and “Till the Summer Comes” sound like they could have been on their AOR masterpiece “Don’t Come Easy.” Another standout is “Is Anybody Watching Me,” just like a follow-up to their classic acoustic-driven ballad “Standing Alone.”Even in the linear notes (also nicely done), vocalist Danny Vaughn writes, “Let’s be honest, the reason these songs never got heard is because we never felt they were quite good enough.” Their classification of these tracks as their sub par crap is testament to how awesome their “A-list” stuff was.Darn… if these are ‘left overs’… most musicians would kill for songs like these.As one might expect for such a record, some tracks are better produced and in more of a final form than others. But all sound great, clear, with a pre-production quality if you ask me.Danny never disappoints on vocals, and the trademark big choruses / hooks are, of course, present in these unheard tracks.The demos are interesting to hear, providing insight as to how certain beloved songs evolved, but the true gems here are the unreleased tracks. This is much, much more than a “leftovers” CD, its a great collection of classy Melodic Rock / AOR tunes.

Line Up:

Danny Vaughn – lead vocals, guitar
Brooke St. James – guitars, backing vocals, percussion
Jaimie Scott, Jimi Kennedy – bass
Michael Clayton – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Paul Mirkovitch – keyboards

Tracklist:

01. Can't Fight
02. Big Wheels
03. Till The Summer Comes
04. Calling On You
05. Is Anybody Watching Me
06. Walk Away
07. Bourbon Street (Lay Your Body Down)
08. Burning Down Inside
09. Everytime
10. Shadowland
11. Go For Your Guns
12. The Last Sunset Live (Live From Spain) (2004)

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Re: Tyketto (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 14 Okt 2019, 11:10

Tyketto - Shine (1995) (Japan Remastered Edition 1996)

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Year : 1995 (Japan Remastered Edition 1996)
Style : Hard Rock , Melodic Heavy Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 144 mb


Bio:

TYKETTO Formed 1987, U.S.A. Albums: 1991 Don't Come Easy 1994 Strength In Numbers 1995 Shine 1996 Take Out & Served Up Live History: Tyketto was one of the best and most underrated radio friendly rock bands of the rock genre. They were never able to reach the massive success they so deserved, with their brand of hook heavy AOR sung with majestic vocals. Formed in New York, New York by former Waysted vocalist Danny Vaughn, Brooke St.James (guitar), Jimi Kennedy (bass) and Michael Clayton (drums). The debut was an instant classic, sounding like a heavier version of Journey and Foreigner. The real talent was Vaughn's wonderful vocals, as displayed on the debut single "Forever Young" and the powerful ballad "Standing Alone". Jamie Scott replaced Kennedy for the second album, released on the upstart CMC International label, but it quickly sank without a trace. Vaughn departed in 1995 to spend more time with his ill wife. Steve Augeri would be his replacement and appear on Tyketto's two final albums. It was apparent that the band would never reach more then cult status, and the members decided to break up. Augeri went on to replace Steve Perry in Journey. Not much was heard from the former members until 1999 when it was rumored that a reunion was in the works. However, when Vaughn, Scott and Clayton decided to reunite and record once again, they settled on the name Vaughn for the project, but have done the odd reunion show with all the original members.

Album:

Remastered version of TYKETTO‘s third album, the underrated “Shine” featuring ex Tall Stories and future Journey lead vocalist Steve Augeri.This Japanese edition appeared a year after the European, and it was tweaked with a ’90s-type’ of remastering, which works great.By the first half of the Nineties, Melodic Rock was out of fashion, especially in America. But Tyketto, without a recording label and all, continued as band. However Danny Vaughn had to take care of his ailing wife, and by the end of 1994 left the band.The rest of the boys recruited Steve Augeri (from the AOR outfit Tall Stories) to fill Danny’s shoes and “Shine” (1995) was the result (Steve would later fill the void of Steve Perry in Journey for several years).“Shine” is a stupendous album, and what I like the most of is that Tyketto don’t want to sound like ‘Tyketto-Vaughn’. And Augeri shows his credentials with tons of personality.The album indeed ‘Shine’ taking the listener to sunny, boisterous vista, combining compositions slashed and liberated by surgical steel power chords, with softer, heartening moments built of clear acoustic guitar for miles, all produced crisp perfection.And somehow, Tyketto manages to wrap in one wonderous package all the best points about Zeppelin, Whitesnake, Tesla and Journey, creating a melodic hard rock feast that just sings with pride.Oddly enough, the cornerstones of this bright, optimistic are lead track ‘Jamie’ and ‘Get Me There’, both wistful beautiful midtempo ballads, with ‘Jamie’ exploding in an almost southern rock chording come chorus time.‘Long Cold Winter’ does the Journey stripper boogie complete with amazing heartfelt vocal acrobatics from Augeri (he’s terrific here), while ‘Let It Go’ finds a smooth retro-groove driven into the memory banks with a gorgeous dual lead lick.Tyketto deserves a prize to have recorded such album in 1995, melodic, catchy and with a positive feeling, bounding out of the gates with that necessary confidence required to do a commercial melodic hard rock album in a time dominated by depressive, dark grunge and alternative music.I know many of you never heard Tyketto’s “Shine”. This is you chance now, with this very good Japanese edition.
I love this record. HIGHLY Recommended

Line Up:

Steve Augeri (Tall Stories. Journey) – lead vocals
Brooke St. James – guitars, backing vocals
Jaimie Scott – bass
Michael Clayton – drums, backing vocals

Tracklist:

01. Jamie
02. Rawthigh
03. Radio Mary
04. Get Me There
05. High
06. The Ballad Of Ruby
07. Let It Go
08. Long Cold Winter
09. I Won’t Cry
10. Shine

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