Todd Rundgren – Something/Anything? [Stereo]

Remastered all-analog (AAA) from the original master tapes by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering.


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This 1972 release, originally on Bearsville Records, was engineered by Todd Rundgren with a little help from his friends Rick Derringer, Billy Mundi, Moogy Klingman, Amos Garrett, Bugsy Maugh and Gene Dinewiddie (both from the Butterfield Blues Band), the Hunt Brothers (Soupys boys from Tin Machine), Rick Vito, Jim Horn and the Brecker Brothers. The set contains many selections that have survived the decades, from radio perennial "Hello, Its Me" and "I Saw The Light," to a most-recent cover of "Slut" by the latest version of Alex Chiltons Big Star.

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