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Slash – Live at the Roxy 9.25.14 (Ft Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) (2015)

Title Of Album: Live at the Roxy 9.25.14
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 110:13 Min
Total Size: 844 Mb


01. Ghost
02. Nightrain
03. Halo
04. Back From Cali
05. Stone Blind
06. You Could Be Mine
07. Doctor Alibi
08. You`re Crazy
09. Wicked Stone
10. 30 Years To Life
11. Rocket Queen

01. Bent To Fly
02. Starlight
03. You're A Lie
04. World On Fire
05. Anastasia
06. Sweet Child O' Mine
07. Slither
08. Paradise City

As the lead guitarist for Guns N' Roses, Slash established himself as one
of hard rock's finest and most soulful soloists during the late '80s,
technically adept yet always firmly grounded in the gritty Aerosmith and
Stones licks he loved. Slash was born Saul Hudson on July 23, 1965, in
Stoke-on-Trent, England, to artistic parents both involved in the
entertainment industry; his mother was a clothing designer who worked on
David Bowie's film The Man Who Fell to Earth, and his father designed
album art for such artists as Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. The family
eventually moved to Hollywood, where Hudson attended junior high,
received his first guitar, and met future GNR drummer Steven Adler. With
Hudson adopting the nickname Slash, given to him by a family friend,
the two formed a band called Road Crew; although it proved unsuccessful,
it was the vehicle through which they met and eventually joined up with
the other members of Guns N' Roses. The Gunners debuted in June 1985,
and even before Appetite for Destruction was released in 1987, the
bandmembers acquired a reputation as notorious alcohol and drug abusers.
As their popularity soared, the reserved Slash established himself as
an important part of the band's visual image, with a top hat and a mound
of shaggy black hair covering his face as he typically staggered around
the stage with a cigarette dangling from his mouth. Hedonistic excess
consumed most of the band, with such incidents as Slash and Duff
McKagan's drunken, profane acceptance of the band's American Music Award
on live television. In 1990, opening for the Rolling Stones, Axl Rose's
infamous on-stage pronouncement that he would leave the band if certain
members did not stop "dancing with Mr. Brownstone" (using heroin) was
primarily directed at Slash and Adler; Slash kicked his habit within a
year, but Adler did not and was fired. In 1992, Slash courted
controversy again with a product endorsement for Black Death vodka.
Later that year, he was married to actress and model Renee Sorum, a
union that lasted five years. Meanwhile, in spite of controversy and
personnel turnovers, Guns N' Roses had actually continued to record
music. After the Use Your Illusion sets of 1991 and the 1993 punk covers
album The Spaghetti Incident?, the band went on hiatus. Slash formed a
side project called Slash's Snakepit, which consisted of fellow Gunners
Matt Sorum (drums) and Gilby Clarke (guitar), plus bassist Mike Inez and
vocalist Eric Dover. The group released an album in 1995 titled It's
Five O'Clock Somewhere; Slash hit the road with a slightly different
touring lineup, with Brian Tichy and James LoMenzo signing on as the
rhythm section. In 1996, Slash put together a different band to play at a
blues festival in Budapest, an endeavor that evolved into Slash's Blues
Ball. Featuring vocalist/harmonica player Teddy Andreadis, rhythm
guitarist Bobby Schneck, saxophonist Dave McClarem, bassist Johnny
Griparic, and drummer Alvino Bennet, Slash's Blues Ball devoted
themselves primarily to a repertoire of classic blues covers, plus
occasional GNR and Snakepit material. Rumors about the status of Guns N'
Roses had been swirling for some time, and in October 1996 it was
confirmed that, owing to his unwillingness to follow Axl Rose's interest
in industrial and electronic music, Slash was no longer a member of the
band (although he left the door open for a reunion if Rose decided to
return to guitar-based rock & roll). He gigged off and on with the
Blues Ball into 1998, although a rumored live album never materialized.
Instead, Slash decided to re-form the Snakepit in 1999 with an entirely
different lineup (the original members were by this time involved in
other projects, and the Blues Ball was more suited to touring than
developing original material). Raspy-voiced singer Rod Jackson and
ex-Venice drummer Matt Laug came on board, along with Blues Ball bassist
Griparic (now Johnny Blackout) and Teddy Andreadis, who contributed
keyboard and harmonica work. After trying out ex-Alice Cooper guitarist
Ryan Roxie, Slash settled on rhythm guitarist Kerry Kelly, who had
previously worked with Warrant and Ratt. The new Snakepit played some
gigs together and in the spring of 2000 completed a new album, which was
originally slated to be released on Interscope/Geffen. However, feeling
that a more traditional guitar rock album would get lost in the
promotional shuffle, Slash moved over to Koch, which finally released
Ain't Life Grand in October 2000. A few years later, Slash teamed up
again with McKagan, Matt Sorum, and Stone Temple Pilots lead singer
Scott Weiland to form the supergroup Velvet Revolver, who released their
first album in 2004. Velvet Revolver released a second album called
Contraband in 2007 and fell apart not long afterward. Slash regrouped by
releasing his memoir in 2007 and cutting his eponymous first solo
album, drafting a bunch of friends -- including Ozzy Osbourne, Chris
Cornell, Kid Rock, and Fergie -- to sing lead vocals. For the supporting
tour, Slash had Alter Bridge vocalist Myles Kennedy sing lead. This
union proved strong, as Kennedy was the only singer on Slash's second
album, 2012's Apocalyptic Love, which hit number four in the American
album charts upon release. Two years later, Slash released World on
Fire, his second album with Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators; it
debuted at number ten on the U.S. charts upon its September 2014
release. ~ Steve Huey

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