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Loud'n'proud Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (15 Feb. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Union Square Music Limited
  • ASIN: B0033QEUHC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,235 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Go Down Fighting
2. Not Faking It
3. Turn On Your Receiver
4. Teenage Nervous Breakdown
5. Freewheeler
6. This Flight Tonight
7. Child in the Sun
8. The Ballad of Hollis Brown
9. Turn On Your Receiver
10. Too Bad Too Sad
11. Razamanaz
12. Bad, Bad Boy

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Mar. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Like most people I was introduced to Scotland's finest rock band by way of their kick-ass 7" single "Bad Bad Boy" when it first hit the UK airwaves in July 1973 (it capitalized on their 3rd album released in March of that year - the blisteringly good "Razamanaz"). "Loud 'N' Proud" was their follow up LP and like its predecessor, it had plenty of Seventies rock swagger to recommend it. Here are the hairy-assed details…

UK released February 2010 on CD - Salvo Records SALVOCD 033 (Barcode 698458813329) breaks down as follows (51:09 minutes):

1. Go Down Fighting
2. Not Faking It
3. Turn On Your Receiver
4. Teenage Nervous Breakdown
5. Freewheeler [Side 2]
6. This Flight Tonight
7. Child In The Sun
8. The Ballad Of Hollis Brown
Tracks 1 to 8 are the album "Loud 'N' Proud" released November 1973 in the UK on Mooncrest Records CREST 4 and March 1974 on A&M Records SP-3609 in the USA. As with "Razamanaz", it featured the same band line-up (Dan McCafferty on Lead Vocals, Manny Charlton on Guitars & Vocals, Pete Agnew on Bass & Vocals and Darrell Sweet on Drums & Vocals) with ROGER GLOVER of DEEP PURPLE fame producing the album to great effect.

BONUS TRACKS:
Tracks 9 to 12 are "Turn On Your Receiver", "Too Bad Too Sad", "Razamanaz" and "Bad Bad Boy" - BBC SESSIONS recorded live-in-the-studio for The BOB HARRIS Show on the UK's Radio 1 - first broadcast 13 August 1973.

Each of these Salvo issues comes in a Tri-Gatefold card sleeve with the 'Loud, Proud & Remastered' logo on the front cover. When folded out, you get a repro of the original UK LP artwork and live shots from the period (the disc is in the right flap, the booklet in the left).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. J. H. Thorn VINE VOICE on 22 Nov. 2011
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What else do you want from a rock band? None of the five original songs were hits and there are three covers, but this is a blazing album of largely fast, pounding, straight-ahead hard rock. The first four tracks are breathtaking, especially 'Not Faking It', which has more energy than anything else recorded in this genre and era, apart from maybe Status Quo's 'Paper Plane'. 'Turn On Your Receiver' is also a highlight; it suggests how The Beatles, or at least Paul McCartney, might have sounded had they/him gone down the hard rock route.

None of the covers sound much like the originals; 'Teenage Nervous Breakdown' is the closest, but far more manic than Little Feat's version. 'Hollis Brown', which comes from an early Dylan album, is virtually unrecognisable, drenched in fuzz bass and a primeval beat which suggests that Nazareth eventually forgot where the song came from. Nothing needs to be said about the wonderful hit, 'This Flight Tonight'.

'Child In The Sun' is the only slow track. It's OK, but out of keeping with the overall feel of the album. 'Loud 'N' Proud' is an example of what a solid unit can achieve when the members play for each other. This is highlighted by Manny Charlton's occasional soloing: it isn't his best point. With four good BBC session tracks augmenting the album, this is a superb disc.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Braddick on 26 Nov. 2010
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I bought Razamanaz when I was a teenager but never got around to buying this album. I spotted an advert in a music magazine and thought it was time to buy it and I'm very glad I did. There are a couple of tracks I'm not so keen on, but tracks like 'This Flight Tonight' are of a very high standard of rock music that would not be out of place in current radio play.

The addition of four bonus tracks from a BBC session (all of which are brilliantly executed) plus crystal clear sound (don't be deterred if your PC doesn't make the samples sound good - the CD sound is excellent) and a great gatefold sleeve with booklet all make this an excellent addition to your rock collection. Manny Charlton is a criminally underated guitarist. Great quality and value for money.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 15 Aug. 2011
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I must admit i have a soft spot for this album,often ignored when discussing Nazareths best 70's discs,it really is worth reinvestigating,like the other Salvo remasters this has a superb digipak/booklet,to my ears the sound quality is superior to my other copy,the 30th anniversary issue on Eagle,this reissue really scores high with the addition of 4 BBC in session cuts.

The original album got off to a flyer with the superb 'Go Down Fighting','Not Fakin It','Turn On Your Reciever' and a classy cover of 'Teenage Nervous Breakdown,possibly the finest opening to any Nazareth disc,whilst the excellent 'Freewheeler' and hit single 'This Flight Tonight' kept the party going,only the last two tracks 'Child in the Sun' and the strange cover of Dylans '.....Hollis Brown' bringing the pace down.
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Bonus tracks 4 more BBC sessions from '73, 'Turn On Your Receiver','Too Bad Too Sad','Razamanaz' and 'Bad Bad Boy',all showing how far the band had come,heavier in the flesh than on disc.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Drewb1910 on 3 Dec. 2010
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This is a classic early 70's rock album by arguably Scotlands foremost rock band of the era. This Flight Tonight is possibly the best known track but other rockers such as Not Fakin' It and Go Down Fightin' make this - the band's 4th album one of their best.
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