A Little South of Sanity

A Little South of Sanity

by Aerosmith


When Aerosmith returned to their original label in the '90s, there were still contractual obligations to Geffen. A Little South of Sanity completes the Geffen cycle, and unlike most groups who toss together something in order to move on, Aerosmith took great care in compiling this double-length live collection that covers more than 25 years. Recorded during tours for Get a Grip (1993-1994) and Nine Lives (1997-1998), it becomes readily apparent here that Aerosmith still tore it up live regardless of how many power ballads they had unleashed on radio since the late '80s. If 1978's Live Bootleg gave listeners Aerosmith at their ripsnorting peak, then Sanity provides a reflection of a classic band that's aged gracefully without losing any of its spark.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/20/1998
Label: Geffen Records
UPC: 0720642522127
catalogNumber: 25221

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Aerosmith   Primary Artist,Band
Joe Perry   Guitar,Vocals,Lap Steel Guitar
Russ Irwin   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Thom Gimbel   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Joey Kramer   Drums
Steven Tyler   Harmonica,Percussion,Vocals
Brad Whitford   Guitar
Tom Hamilton   Electric Bass

Technical Credits

Jim Chapman   Director
Lamont Dozier   Composer
Eddie Holland   Composer
Brian Holland   Composer
Jay Messina   Engineer
Richard Supa   Composer
Steven Tyler   Composer
Jim Vallance   Composer
Richie Supa   Composer
Mike Sprague   Monitor Engineer

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A Little South of Sanity 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
''A Little South of Sanity'' is Aerosmith's greatest collection of music to date. It not only includes their best songs; it is also a live recording. Even those people who dislike live music will appreciate this cd. Aerosmith has never released a better cd. I recommend this to any Aerosmith fan. And if you are not an Aerosmith fan, you will be after you listen to this music.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago