Young Lions is as solid an album as Adrian Belew had put out in some time, including his work with the Bears.
The Young Lions is an album by an ad hoc group of jazz musicians: Wayne Shorter, Frank Strozier, Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons, Bob Cranshaw, Albert Heath and Louis Hayes. It was recorded in 1960 and released in 1961 on Vee-Jay Records. Seeds of Sin" (Shorter) - 5:44. Scourn'" (Shorter) - 5:58. Fat Lady" (Shorter) - 5:03. Peaches and Cream" (Shorter) - 6:52. That's Right" (Morgan) - 11:37. Bonus tracks on CD reissue: "Seeds of Sin" - 5:43.
Album · 1990 · 10 Songs. Young Lions Adrian Belew. Listen on Apple Music.
Young Lions is a music studio album recording by ADRIAN BELEW (Eclectic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1990 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. This Adrian Belew solo album consists of ten straightforward rock songs, most of which sound like bad ELO. Perhaps this is partially due to the fact that the album contains two covers, one of which is "Not Alone Anymore," originally by The Traveling Wilburys. The problem is, not only is this album devoid of any progressive elements, it's chock full of second-rate pop-rock.
Young Lions, released in May 1990 (see 1990 in music), is the fifth solo album by Adrian Belew, and his second on Atlantic Records. Released by Atlantic while Belew was on tour with David Bowie, Belew serving as musical director as well as guitarist, the album features vocal assists from Bowie on two tracks ("Pretty Pink Rose", written by Bowie; and "Gunman", co-written by Bowie and Belew)
Young Lions is Belew at his most commercial. 10 solid tracks of guitar genius. Adrian is an experimental guitar player so if you are looking for Eddie Van Halen or Steve Vai or Johnny Lang or Stevie Ray Vaughn, you will have to look elsewhere. The album is all over the place, the common thread being Belew's monster guitar playing and fantastic songwriting- from tribal churning ("Young Lions") to delicate pop "Looking For a . ), eco-conscious rock ("Men in Helicopters"), ballads ("Phone Call to the Moon") and duets with David Bowie (the explosive "Pretty Pink Rose") and some crazy radio guy ("I Am What.