Attic Gold - Netflix

In Attic Gold, husband and wife picker/appraiser team Eric and Michelle Myers clean out junk-filled New England attics looking for hidden treasures. They'll clean the space for free, but they get to keep what they find. And in these old Colonial houses, there's no telling what's hidden behind the rafters, from valuable vintage toys to mint-condition collectibles. After they pick the place clean, they transform the attic into a bright new space the whole family can enjoy.

Attic Gold - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-08-30

Attic Gold - Toys in the Attic (album) - Netflix

Toys in the Attic is the third studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released on April 8, 1975 by Columbia Records. Its first single release, “Sweet Emotion”, was released a month later on May 19 and “Walk This Way” was released on August 28 in the same year. The album is their most commercially successful studio LP in the US, with eight million copies sold, according to the RIAA. The album was ranked

229 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The

album's title track and Run–D.M.C.'s version of “Walk This Way” are part of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll list.

Attic Gold - Background - Netflix

For Aerosmith's previous album, Get Your Wings, the band began working with record producer Jack Douglas, who co-produced the album with Ray Colcord. In the liner notes to the 1993 reissue of Greatest Hits, it was said by an unnamed member of the group that they “nailed” the album. At the beginning of 1975, the band started working at The Record Plant in New York City for the album that became Toys in the Attic. The sessions for Toys in the Attic were produced by Douglas without Colcord - the album was engineered by Jay Messina with assistant engineers Rod O'Brien, Corky Stasiak and Dave Thoener. The songs for Toys in the Attic were recorded with a Spectrasonics mixing board and a 16-track tape recorder. By this point, Aerosmith had fully matured as a band, and Steven Tyler made sex the primary focus of his songwriting on the album. According to producer Jack Douglas, “Aerosmith was a different band when we started the third album. They'd been playing Get Your Wings on the road for a year and had become better players - different. It showed in the riffs that Joe [Perry] and Brad [Whitford] brought back from the road for the next album. Toys in the Attic was a much more sophisticated record than the other stuff they'd done.” In the band memoir Walk This Way, guitarist Joe Perry stated, “When we started to make Toys in the Attic, our confidence was built up from constant touring.” In his autobiography, Perry elaborated:

Our first two albums were basically comprised of songs we'd been playing for years live in the clubs. With Toys, we started from scratch. Making this record, we learned to be recording artists and write songs on a deadline. In the process, we began to see just what Aerosmith could accomplish. With everyone throwing in ideas, Toys was our breakthrough. That breakthrough was facilitated by Jack Douglas...In the studio he moved into the slot of the sixth member of the band.

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