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Nazareth - 'Snaz (30th Anniversary Edition) (2001)

13-11-2015, 07:31

Title: 'Snaz
Year Of Release: 1981 (2001)
Label: Eagle Records
Genre: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 01:35:15
Total Size: 246 Mb


CD 1:
01. Telegram Parts 1-3
02. Razamanaz
03. I Want To Do Everything For You
04. This Flight Tonight
05. Beggars Day
06. Every Young Mans Dream
07. Heart`s Grown Cold
08. Java Blues
09. Cocaine
10. Big Boy

CD 2:
01. Holiday
02. Dressed To Kill
03. Hair Of The Dog
04. Expect No Mercy
05. Shapes Of Things
06. Let Me Be Your Leader
07. Love Hurts
08. Tush
09. Juicy Lucy (Studio Track From Original Snaz Release)
10. Morning Dew (1981 Studio Version From Original Snaz Release)

Originally released on A&M records in 1981, Snaz is one of the better, and least recognized, live '70s (as a style, not necessarily a period in time) hard rock recordings. Unlike more recognized '70s metal artists like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, and others, Nazareth -- even in their Hair of the Dog heyday -- never were able to put much "heavy" into their heavy metal guitar attack when they recorded in the studio. There wasn't much of a thump coming from the drums and bass either, and the overall affect was a wimpy sound that didn't nearly serve the band's fine material as well as it should have. All of this left Nazareth's otherwise respectable '70s studio recordings with much to be desired sonically. Recorded live in Vancouver, Snaz is a production and engineering highlight in the band's career. The energy and recklessness of Nazareth's material is much more palpable on these live versions, and while things get a little sloppy at times, it's never distracting. Fans of Nazareth simply must add this record (most recently re-released by Castle in 1997) to their collection of essential band releases.

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