Bryan Adams interview to explore his breakthrough album “Cuts Like a Knife” from January 1983
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Bryan Adams and his great band at the conclusion of my interview on the eve of his Waking Up the Neighbours tour March 1992 knocking out “House Arrest” at Little Mountain Sound studio with a very appreciative group of radio station guests. But he did not retain the right to remain silent.
Backtrack with Bryan Adams and his band to rehearsal March 1992 at Little Mountain Sound studio in Vancouver B.C. for their In the Studio performance of “Touch the Hand”, absolutely live.
“So Happy It Hurts” is the Canadian rocker’s fifteenth (!) studio album, and he’s not even old enough to get the Early Bird Special down at Denny’s. Adams became a star way back in late 1984 with “Reckless”, one of the Eighties’ biggest sellers, then in 1991 absolutely crushed it with “Waking Up the Neighbours”, an all-time biggest selling album in history. Bryan Adams’ seventh studio album, “18 ‘Til I Die” , was a #1 seller in the UK and Top Five sales internationally. But when “18 ‘Til I Die” came out in June 1996, US rock radio programmers decided, in spite of the music actually on the album to the contrary, to brand Bryan Adams a love song balladeer, not rock enough, not alternative enough, not cool enough. Adams finally addresses the issue with tongue firmly in cheek on the song “Kick Ass” from “So Happy It Hurts” with the help of the brilliant British pillar of Python humor, John Cleese, who has been skewering pompous pundits for half a century. Also listen to the infectious “Never Gonna Rain Again” which could be Bryan Adams’ next big hit.
Bryan Adams sold 16,000,000 copies worldwide of “Waking Up the Neighbours” since 1991, it starts to take up some real estate on the page. In this week’s classic rock interview, diplomat’s son Bryan Adams reminds us that he had a passport before he had a guitar.
This is Bryan Adams and band live straight off the floor on “Hey Honey, I’m Packin’ You In”, no overdubs, during the In the Studio live North American broadcast from Vancouver’s Little Mountain Studio in March 1992.
Bryan Adams joins me for his seventh studio album, 18 ‘Til I Die , a #1 seller in the UK and Top Five sales in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, and Switzerland. The international popularity was driven by hits “The Only Thing That Looks Good on You is Me”, “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman”, and the title song.
Five years ago Bryan Adams released a strong album, “Get Up! ” Bryan was so happy to rekindle his famous songwriting partnership with Jim Vallance that he needed ELO mastermind Jeff Lynne to collaborate on Bryan’s strongest new songs in years. Bryan Adams returned In the Studio exhorting us all to Get Up!
Bryan Adams In the Studio for “Reckless”
Bryan Adams has always been a terrific live performer. Case in point: when I visited Bryan at his Vancouver home way back in September 1988 to discuss his career breakthrough Cuts Like a Knife in 1983 and his star-making blockbuster Reckless in 1984, the band had just completed a very successful European tour including […]