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Slade Alive!

slade alive

Slade Alive! was a live album released by Slade. The album was released on March 24, 1972, and reached No. 2 on the UK Charts. It has also been consistently voted as one of the all-time Top 10 greatest live albums ever released, mentioned in the same breath as “Live At Leeds” from The Who and “Live and Dangerous” from Thin Lizzy.

The album contains original songs, plus cover versions of songs by Ten Years After, The Lovin’ Spoonful, Bobby Marchan, and Steppenwolf.

In its original LP vinyl format, the album was issued in a gatefold sleeve which revealed a huge cartoon drawing on the inside. This drawing was the winning entry in a competition run the The Sun UK newspaper to design the album cover.

Here is their version of a Ten Years After classic

“Hear Me Calling” – Slade

To buy the music of Slade click HERE

Here are Ten Years After.

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Our House…………….not

“Our House” – Crosby Stills Nash & Young

deja vu

 

To buy the music of Crosby Stills Nash & Young click HERE

 

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Speed Bumps

Anyone who drives on roads near schools or in some residential areas will have a degree of sympathy with this poor soul who fell foul of the dreaded speed bumps.

“Speed King” – Deep Purple

in rock

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