Slaughter on 10th Avenue is the debut album by Mick Ronson, released in 1974. For inspiration, Ronson relied on Annette Peacock's 1972 album I'm the One; he used the title track and her arrangement of Elvis Presley's "Love Me Tender". Two songs were co-written by Ronson with Scott Richardson. Richardson had been brought into the Bowie camp by Angie Bowie who met him through Ron Asheton of The Stooges. Richardson had been involved with the Ann Arbor music scene since the mid-60s and he came to prominence with the band, The SRC (The Scot Richard Case).
Just Like This is a studio album of previously unreleased material recorded in November and December 1976 by Mick Ronson. It was supposed to become Ronson's third solo album after Slaughter on 10th Avenue (1974) and Play Don't Worry (1975), but due to low selling amounts of these albums, record company RCA refused to release this third album in 1977
Mick Ronson chronology. Slaughter on 10th Avenue (1974). Play Don't Worry (1975). Heaven and Hull (1994). Play Don't Worry is the second album by English guitar player and singer Mick Ronson, recorded in 1974 and released in January 1975 after his several projects in the early seventies together with David Bowie, Lou Reed and the band The Spiders from Mars. It contains mainly covers arranged by Ronson for his own sound, covering everyone from Pure Prairie League, The Velvet Underground and Little Richard. The backing track to "White Light/White Heat" was salvaged from David Bowie's Pin Ups sessions.
Slaughter On 10th Avenue Mick Ronson. Listen on Apple Music. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue. 8. Solo On 10th Avenue (Live). 9. Leave My Heart Alone (Live B-Side). 10. Love Me Tender (Live). 11. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue (Live).
Slaughter on 10th Avenue remains a startling achievement, however it is viewed. Guitar gods, after all, were ten-a-penny through the '70s. album does, in fact, stand alongside any of Bowie's own, immediately post-Ronson albums as a snapshot of a special time, when the triple disciplines of glam, rock, and "Precious Art" slammed into one another without a care in the world.
Slaughter on 10th Avenue released: 2013. Secret Sessions released: 1999. Play Don’t Worry released: 1997. Only After Dark released: 1994. Yui Orta released: 1990. Slaughter on 10th Avenue released: Heaven and Hull released: Slaughter on 10th Avenue.
Slaughter on 10th Avenue is the debut album by Mick Ronson, released in 1974. Two songs were co-written by Ronson with Scott Richardson, who had been involved in the Ann Arbor music scene since the mid-'60s and came to prominence as lead singer of the SRC. Richardson was brought into the Bowie camp by Angie Bowie, who met him through Ron Asheton of the Stooges. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved.
Redirected from Slaughter On 10th Avenue). Slaughter on Tenth Avenue is a ballet with music by Richard Rodgers and choreography by George Balanchine. It occurs near the end of Rodgers and Hart's 1936 Broadway musical comedy On Your Toes. Slaughter is the story of a hoofer who falls in love with a dance hall girl who is then shot and killed by her jealous boyfriend. The hoofer then shoots the boyfriend.
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|A1||Love Me Tender
Remix – Mick Ronson, Mike Moran Written-By – Elvis Presley, Matson*
|A2||Growing Up And I'm Fine
Written-By – David Bowie
|A3||Only After Dark
Written-By – Mick Ronson, S. Richardson*
|A4||Music Is Lethal
Lyrics By [English] – David BowieWritten-By – L. Battisti*
|B1||I'm The One
Written-By – Annette Peacock
|B2||Pleasure Man / Hey Ma Get Papa
Synthesizer [Arp] – David Hentschell*Written-By – David Bowie, Mick Ronson, S. Richardson*
|B3||Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
Written-By – Richard Rodgers
- Backing Vocals [Some] – Margaret Ronson
- Bass, Trumpet, Trombone – Trevor Bolder
- Cover, Photography By – Lee Black Childers*
- Drums, Percussion – Aynsley Dunbar
- Electric Piano, Organ – Mike Garson
- Engineer – Dennis Mackay
- Engineer [Assistant] – Peter Fielder
- Guitar, Vocals, Piano – Mick Ronson
- Producer, Conductor, Arranged By – Mick Ronson
- Strings [Led By] – Sid Sax*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): DKAY 18994 1S - 1A 1
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): DKAY 18995 1S - 1A 1
|APL1-0353||Mick Ronson||Slaughter On 10th Avenue (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||APL1-0353||UK||1974|
|WSBAC-0038||Mick Ronson||Slaughter On 10th Avenue (CD, Album, Blu)||Wasabi Records||WSBAC-0038||Japan||2016|
|APL1-0353-A, APL1-0353-B||Mick Ronson||Slaughter On 10th Avenue (LP, Album)||RCA, RCA Victor||APL1-0353-A, APL1-0353-B||Canada||1974|
|APL1-0353||Mick Ronson||Slaughter On 10th Avenue (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||APL1-0353||South Africa||1974|
|APL1-0353||Mick Ronson||Slaughter On 10th Avenue (LP, Album)||RCA, RCA Victor||APL1-0353||New Zealand||1974|