Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Jun 1, 2015.
Rock star hair and Rock star ladies.
Ain't talking bout love!
Of course they have the obligatory midget.
Love both eras of VH. Dave was lightning in a bottle when he was in studio with Ted Templeman. But too much bebop and scat-a-walla-hey on stage. Completely different guy live. I wanted to hear singing similar to the studio. Great, fun party lyrics. Hagar was a great singer in and out of the studio. Excellent philosophical lyrics and fun party songs and some good ballads. Hagar still sounds good. People don't realize how rare it is for a guy who sings at the top of his range to last this long. Eddie peaked at around 30, like most string prodigies do, and still produced some of his greatest solos during Hagar era. They split from Dave at the perfect time. 1984 was a great album and represents the apex of the Eddie/Dave collaboration. Hagar was in the right place at the right time, for my taste anyway. It's strange how Warner Bros wanted Hagar with Eddie years before.
Dave VH > Sammy VH