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Album Review

I Love Rock N Roll is a six-track collection rounding up a clutch of odds and sods drawn from the most recent corners of Alan Merrill's ever-amazing (and constantly expanding) catalog. The title track, of course, should require no introduction; it is present here in two versions, the definitive take which helped highlight Merrill's Cupid Deranged CD, and brought ex-Glitter Band drummer Pete Phipps' finest "Angel Face" beat out to play; and a Kirk Yano remix that might well be the song's most dynamic incarnation yet. Two new songs follow, "The Other Side of Town" and Van Morrison's "If You Rock Me" — with an alternate version of the latter following a little later. But the final track is the real gift: "Breathe on Me" is an outtake from Kurious Kurt's so-precious Ronnie Wood tribute album, We've Got Our Own "Best of" to Do!, with Merrill, Kurt and the late, great Nikki Sudden all in full flight throughout.

Biography

Born: February 19, 1951

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Alan Merrill has had a long and varied career as a pop musician on three continents. Born Allan Sachs, the son of singer Helen Merrill and horn man Aaron Sachs, singer, guitarist, bassist, and songwriter Merrill played in several bands in Greenwich Village as a teen before moving to Japan, where, as a member of the group the Lead, he signed a recording deal with RCA Victor Tokyo in 1968. The Lead had one big hit in Japan, "Aoi Bara," before breaking up, leaving Merrill as a solo act. He recorded...
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