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The Aleecat, Live In Japan

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Almost 20 years after he departed Tokyo for a new career in English pop, Alan Merrill returned to the land of his earliest stardom to play a sold out tour, basking in a catalog that abounds with so much great music that his best known number, "I Love Rock'n'Roll" scarcely appears on the accompanying live album. Instead, he storms through what is essentially an all-new repertoire, highlighting what would become Vodka Collins' comeback catalog, but with a rawness that sees Aleecat Live in Japan leaping out of the speakers at you, a battery of high octane rock & roll delivered to an audience that cannot believe its good fortune. Sixteen songs leave little room for nostalgia, and no space to breathe, either; in an age when live albums are sounding more and more manufactured every time another artist "fixes it in the mix," Aleecat Live in Japan has an immediacy that is almost frightening. All concert recordings should sound this good!

Biografía

Nacido/a: 19 de febrero de 1951

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '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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