Slade / Crazee Nite In Tokyo 1974 / 1CD

Slade / Crazee Nite In Tokyo 1974 / 1CD / Shakuntala
Translated Text:
Nakano Sun Plaza Hall Tokyo Japan March 13, 1974. Digitally Remastered

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The history of Slade is old, it is the beginning that it was formed in England in 1966. It was also found in Chath Chandler of Animals as well as Jimi hen, that talent would stand out. Originally it kept the psychedelic rock intact as it was in the late 60’s, but in the 1970’s it will be aimed at converting to gram-lock in line with the era. And the reason why Slade succeeded, as you can see from the photo, each member wears a unique fashion in a sense of unity and has established a style of power pop that will be handed over to the later cheap tricks It will be in.

This work completely recorded in the first appearance sound source of Nakano Sanguraza performance on March 13 from the 1974 visit to Japan that Slade performed only. As a moderator before ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 0 ___ ___ 0 ___ ___ 0 ___ ___ 0 ___ ___ 0 The band concerned about the excitement condition of the audience seats abruptly interrupts the concert and scenes that call attention to the guests in the front row are vividly recorded.

The tape used this time is a complete first appearance sound source offered by Tapor himself, which has not come out in the world at all. The latest work of the Japanese performance series by shakuntala label, originally tapered, is complete collection of Slade’s March 13, 1974 Nakano Sanguraza performance from the announcement before the performance. Permanent preservation of a beautiful picture / disk specification A tightly pressed press.






01. Introduction
02. Take Me Bak ‘Ome
03. Move Over
04. Gudbuy T’Jane
05. Just Want A Little Bit
06. Announcement
07. Darlin’ Be Home Soon
08. The Whole World’s Goin’ Crazee
09. Good Time Gals
10. Let The Good Times Roll – Feel So Fine
11. Cum On Feel The Noize
12. Get Down And Get With It
13. Mama Weer All Crazy Now
14. Keep On Rocking
Shakuntala. STCD-096


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