David Lee Roth - David Lee Roth's 4th Of July Bar-B-Cue album download
NotesShow DLR-86-BBQ for broadcast the weekend of July 4, 1986
3 LPs in poly sleeves with cue sheets, Westwood One newsletter and envelope
A-1 Segment 1 13:28 B-1 Segment 2 16:15 C-1 Segment 3 14:39 C-2 Segment 4 13:21 D-1 Segment 5 16:33 D-2 Segment 6 10:48 E-1 Segment 7 16:44 F-1 Segment 8 9:25. Show DLR-86-BBQ for broadcast the weekend of July 4, 1986 3 LPs in poly sleeves with cue sheets, Westwood One newsletter and envelope.
Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner (2xLP, Transcription). David Lee Roth's 4th Of July Bar-B-Cue (3xLP, Transcription). Westwood One. DLR 86.
David Lee Roth’s No Holds Bar-B-Que features an inexplicable mishmash of images and musical performances. Roth belts out some original songs as well as covers of songs by everyone from ZZ Top to the Beatles. Roth’s film never saw an official commercial release, but bootleg VHS copies turned up in 2002 during the Sam and Dave tour, the ill-fated concerts that had Roth co-headlining alongside fellow ex-Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar
Show DLR-86-BBQ for broadcast the weekend of July 4, 1986 3 LPs in poly sleeves with cue sheets, Westwood One newsletter and envelope.
We’ve always known David Lee Roth was a little peculiar, but now we’re pretty sure he has actually flown over the cuckoo’s nest. Selected journalists recently received two VHS copies of David Lee Roth’s No Holds Bar-B-Que, and all we have to say is, What the hell is this? The extended video opens with Roth flailing about in a large city in some sort of Kung Fu/T’ai Chi-style dance with swords and poles. From there, it only gets stranger
David Lee Roth has begun sending out his latest project, David Lee Roth‘s No Holds Bar-B-Que, to music-industry insiders. It’s an hour-plus-long videotape that Roth previously described this way: The idea was to invent a new kind of television. It’s not really a show, it’s not really a video, it’s Diamond David Lee Roth. Watch this tape once all the way thru–and you will never look at other video artists again through the same eyes.
David Lee Roth was one of the biggest names in the rock world in the 80s and 90s, and he definitely played a major role in Van Halen's success as a band. But the split was hard for Dave, and his style, act and attitude didn't age well, so by the 2000s he was struggling to stay relevant, much less famous. Which must be why he decided to pay over half a million dollars in 2002 to make an off-the-wall feature length music video called David Lee Roth's "No Holds Bar-B-Que"
Video, 1986, Warner Music Group.
David Lee Roth's second stint with Van Halen began and ended when he recorded some songs for a greatest hits compilation. That Time the Van Halen-David Lee Roth Reunion Turned to S-. Van Halen's brief mid-'90s reunion with original frontman David Lee Roth ended with a thud – or, more specifically, a scathing open letter from Roth. David Lee Roth: ‘Help! I Have a Stalker’. You might remember a snippet of David Lee Roth singing "Baker Street" on the 'No Holds Bar-B-Que' video. Now, you can hear the whole thing. Remember That Time David Lee Roth Went Spanish With ‘Sonrisa Salvaje’? David Lee Roth always wanted to conquer the world.