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You Want It You Got It

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  • Audio CD (March 20 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000002GA6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,067 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Lonely Nights
2. One Good Reason
3. Don't Look Now
4. Coming Home
5. Fits Ya Good
6. Jealousy
7. Tonight
8. You Want It, You Got It
9. Last Chance
10. No One Makes It Right

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Format: Audio CD
The best way I look at Bryan Adams' "You Want It, You Got It" was this was the album that launched what I term "The Franchise". This was Bryan Adams' second full album and his second in which in co-wrote the songs with Jim Vallance. Adams and Vallance had collaborated together on Adams self title debut. But it was this album that truly launched 'The Bryan Adams sound' that would dominate the 80s and 90s. In addition, this is where Bryan Adams would start to form a core of studio musicians that would follow him for the next 2 decades. This album would feature Tommy Mandel on keyboards and Mickey Curry on drums. Mandel and Curry would become a staple of Adams' albums for the 80s and 90s. This was also the first of four studio albums in a row that Bryan would produce with Bob Clearmountain. Clearmountain is best known as one of the best studio mixers in the music business. All of these factors would launch "The Franchise" for Bryan Adams and set the tone for his musical development in the 80s.
This album being Adams' sophomore effort is a less commercial effort than the more familiar works that follow, but the quality of the music is there. There surprisingly is a lot of depth on this particular album. The song "Last Chance" is a very interesting track because there is a Saxaphone integrated into the music. The inclusion of a Sax is a rare thing on an Adams album which normally is usually loaded with lots of guitars and keyboards. You'll also hear Mandel's keyboards quite a bit on this song - as well as on the track "Lonely Night". The other thing is that the Adams/Vallance songwriting connection really gets off to a good start on this album. There is some nice depth of tracks "Lonely Nights", "Fits Ya Good", "Tonight" and "No One Makes It Right".
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Format: Audio CD
I have to tell you that in college, we wore out this Bryan Adams (then)album. Little did we know in '81/82, that in a few years, he would be a superstar. Little did we know he would become a Michael Bolton ballad singing, adult contemporary chart topper, with the likes of Sting and Barbra Steisand! Little did we know that "Coming Home" on "You Want It, You Got It" was more like what we would hear in the future, not the rocking "Lonely Nights".
This album was before all that, before the buzzards were flying around his musical body of work. Bryan Adams rocks on this CD! All are good tunes, yes, even "Coming Home".
I had the chance to see Bryan on this tour as well, and these songs were great live. Obviously, hard core Bryan fans want this to fill out the collection. This is also a chance for a few of us to listen back and think what might have been.
The title track along with "Don't Look Now' are stand outs.
There are other tunes from some of Bryan's other CD's that are good, please don't get me wrong. I even own a lot of them. I just think this one is an excellent example of some of his better musical output.
Bryan has had what?... about 25 top 40 hits? My guess is about half of those hits were ballads. My hope is one day, Bryan will pop in this CD, and think about making something along the lines of "You Want It, You Got It". There are some rockin' tunes on the disc that some folks have not been exposed to. It's worth the time to listen to this one.
Don't hate me Bryan, I just like this one the best.
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I had been a BA fan for years and for some reason never owned this record. Well, I finally bought it and was pleasantly surprised on how good it was. First, as with all of the early BA albums (up untill and including 'into the fire') It was produced and engineered by Bob Clearmountain. This guy always did a great job on getting that "big 80's" rock sound w/o overdoing it - especially on drums. Most of the songs on this one are similar to the ones on his next record "Cuts Like a Knife." The main exception being that Bryan had not started playing with his future lead guitar player Keith Scott. Scott would later really tighten the guitar tracks and provide most of the hooks on the BA hits of the mid 1980's
This album is something of a grab bag of styles that would materalize and improve on later BA records. He has a few of the big ballads he became good at, some outright rockers, and some funny stabs at stuff he later did not pursue (i.e. the new wave spin on the title track). One of the things that really stuck out is that even then (1981) Bryan was a solid vocalist. In a lot of cases, if you go back and listen to an artist on their first few records, vocals will tend to be a bit weaker...not here!
If you are a BA fan of his older and/or his newer stuff, get yer hands on this album - it's definitely worth it.
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