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8 thoughts on “ It Wouldnt Have Made Any Difference - Todd Rundgren - Something / Anything?

  1. Jan 05,  · Check out It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference by Todd Rundgren on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on postpunk.nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.infoinfo5/5(8).
  2. Music On Vinyl presents Todd Rundgren the The A Wizard, A True Star postpunk.nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.infoinfo third album by the American musician is one of his all-time highlights. Something / Anything? showcased how he managed to play all instruments on three sides of the record and produces the whole record as well.
  3. AllMusic Review by. After two albums, Todd Rundgren had one hit and a burgeoning cult following, plus growing respect as a hitmaking record producer. There's no question he was busy, but as it turns out, all this work only scratched the surface of his ambition/
  4. Something/Anything? is Todd Rundgren’s first double album, and third solo album overall. It was recorded in late in Los Angeles, New York City and Bearsville Studios, Woodstock and released.
  5. General CommentI think Todd's saying that even if the girl had 'loved' him, it wouldn't have made a difference 'cause she really couldn't have loved postpunk.nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.infoinfo was devoted to her, but it was all an act for her and not a very good one (she wasn't convincing). But he looked over that and tried to make the relationship work.
  6. Lyrics to It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference by Todd Rundgren from the Something/Anything? album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  7. Jan 22,  · Rundgren excels at Beatles-esque pop-rock ("Couldn't I Just Tell You," "Wolfman Jack") and Philadelphia-styled soul ballads ("It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference," "Hello, It's Me"). He also sticks his toe into heavy metal ("Black Maria"), jazz-rock fusion ("Breathless"), and cerebral pop ("The Night the Carousel Burnt Down")/5().
  8. Sep 26,  · Something, Anything? is prophetic on the larger scale, though that idea would not have been considered when the album was released, with Todd looking back, forward, and into the future. For all of it’s quirkiness, “Piss Aaron” bespeaks the irreverence of the punk scene that is just around the corner, and “Wolfman Jack” is more Motown /5().

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