Don't Try This at Home is the second album by American jazz saxophonist Michael Brecker, that was released on Impulse! records in 1988. In 1989, the album won a Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo. Itsbynne Reel" (Michael Brecker, Don Grolnick) – 7:41. Chime This" (Grolnick) – 7:50.
Don't Try This at Home is the sixth full-length album by urban folk artist Billy Bragg. Sexuality" was released as a single which reached on the UK charts and on the . Johnny Marr of The Smiths co-wrote "Sexuality" and helped to produce two tracks. The song "Cindy of a Thousand Lives" is about photographer Cindy Sherman
The Blue Room is the second EP released by British rock band Coldplay, and their first release after signing with the Parlophone label in October 1999. The version of "Don't Panic" featured on this release is different from the one that appears on the band's later debut LP, Parachutes. The fourth track, "High Speed", also made the cut for Parachutes although it remained unchanged
Don't Try This at Home may refer to: Don't Try This at Home (Billy Bragg album). Don't Try This at Home (The Dangerous Crew album), or the title song. Don't Try This at Home (Michael Brecker album), or the title song. Don't Try This at Home (TV series), a British game show. Don't Try This at Home", a song by Chumbawamba from Readymades. Don't Try This at Home", a song by Mr. Bumpy (voiced by Jim Cummings) in an episode of the TV series Bump in the Night.
The Blue Room is the second studio album by rock band Union, released in 2000. John Corabi - Vocals, Guitar, producer. Jamie Hunting - Bass. Bruce Kulick - Guitar, Co-lead vocals on "Dear Friend", producer. Stephan Hanuman - Engineer. Bob Marlette - Producer, Engineer, Mixing.
Don't Try This at Home: The Steve-O Video is Steve-O's first DVD. It contains mostly footage that the censors wouldn't allow on MTV. Aside from Steve-O, the DVD includes Chris Pontius, Jason "Wee Man" Acuña, Preston Lacy, Johnny Knoxville, and Ryan Simonetti
Michael Brecker's second album as a leader is almost the equal of his first. Brecker (on tenor and the EWI) is in superb form, really ripping into the eight pieces (mostly group originals).