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No Jive Extra tracks

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  • Audio CD (10 Jun. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Eagle Rock
  • ASIN: B00005Y6RP
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The end of the eighties saw Nazareth in a watershed of their career. Founder member, prolific writer and producer and distingtive guitarist Manny Charlton called it a day with the band and pursued his own solo career. So for Nazareth it was time to find a new guitarist for the album No Jive. Do they find a Manny sound-a-like or do they go in a new direction and try something new? Most long-time groups would stick to their old tried and trusted methods, but not Nazareth, they brought back Billy Rankin with whom they had recorded the Sound Elixr album with along with Manny Charlton, and headed off for a new sound to mix with their old style. The results are pretty good.
Rankin, just like on 1995s Move Me album adds a little more of a conformative rock sound to the group. The songs are no longer bluesy in feel but more of a customary hard rock that you would find with groups such as Bon Jovi. Hire And Fire, Right Between The Eyes and Cry Wolf could well have been recorded by the New Jersey band. Other tracks like Do You Wanna Play House, Thinkin' Man's Nightmare and Lap Of Luxury are Nazareth to the core; gruff vocals, superior musicianship and all with a fresh new sound. Unusually for Nazareth there is no real ballad on this album, instead opting for more of a melodic tune to replace them with. This is true in the case of Every Time It Rains, Keeping Our Love Alive, Cover Your Heart and The Rowan Tree; each tune could have been recorded by an American supergroup such as Yes or Asia.
This album sounds very different to the Nazareth of the seventies and eighties but it also goes to prove that Nazareth are talented enough to pull it off and do something different.
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