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Slade (Official Thread)

Discussion in '70's Music' started by Sox, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. itsjim

    itsjim Member of Rock legend

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    Re: Slade, Feel the Noize

    Here is an image of Noddy Dave and the guys on stage at Donnington 1981

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    thanks to Tommy Straus for the image

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    Thanks Mark Hill for this one

    Slade played a great set and as I said before it included Merry Xmas :cheers2

    Dizzy Mama
    When I’m Dancing, I Ain’t Fighting
    Take Me Bak ‘Ome
    Lock Up Your Daughters
    Everyday
    Something Else
    Pistol Packing Mama Medley
    Gudbuy To Jane
    We’ll Bring The House Down
    Get Down And Get With It
    Mama Weer All Crazee Now
    Cum On Feel The Noize
    Born To Be Wild
    Merry Xmas Everybody

    Great times and as a 48 year old it is great to make the old grey matter work hard trying to remember exactly what happened at the show being an 18 year old at the time and not fully appreciating the true extent of the Bands you are watching
     
  2. Sox

    Sox Avoiding The Swan Song

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    Re: Slade, Feel the Noize

    Great pics itsjim, I saw them a couple of years after that at a Christmas gig at The Shoulder Of Mutton. Noddy dressed up as Santa and started passing a few bottles of Brown Ale to the crowd before kicking into Merry Christmas. A fantastic night, the security were a local Biker Club.
     
  3. Nololob

    Nololob Long Live Wock 'n' Woll

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    Anyone familiar with a non-album single The Bangin' Man? One of the best cowbell intros of all. :D

     
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    Yeah but havan't heard it for donkeys!!. Does Dave play 'slide guitar' from start to finish on it??.

    Picked up Jimmy Lea's solo album called THERAPY a few days ago with a bonus live cd that goes with it from a gig in the UK in 2002. Jimmy goes under the recording name of JAMES WILDE LEA on the cd cover.
     
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    Nololob Long Live Wock 'n' Woll

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    I'm not quite sure. Probably it is Dave playing slide guitar. I always considered him as lead and Noddy as rhythm guitarist.

    I listened to the very first album by then Ambrose Slade 'Beginnings' and I was surprised by what I've heard. Some good tracks, a bit bluesier.

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    Diggin' the Donnington Photos!! :grinthumb
     
  7. Hydrazoic Acid

    Hydrazoic Acid Cynic

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    Nololob, "The Bangin' Man" - it's one of their best songs!!!
     
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    Yeah i know Dave played lead and Noddy played rhythm but i just assumed that Dave played slide-guitar on The Bangin' Man for some reason??.

    I always liked there 1970 album PLAY IT LOUD that whole album is an enjoyable listen from the first track (Raven) to the last track (Sweet box).
     
  9. Nololob

    Nololob Long Live Wock 'n' Woll

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    Despite the fact they were skinheads? :heheh:
    I will listen to it later.
     
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    I like PLAY IT LOUD along with SLADE IN FLAME both good albums.

    When i was at secondary school in 1970/71 in the UK i remember Slade still had the skinhead look of cropped hair, braces & Doc Martin boots or as they were more commonly known back then as "bother boots" which me and my school friends thought looked pretty cool.

    There BIG HITS at that time in the UK were GET DOWN AND GET WITH IT & COZ I LUV YOU.
     

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