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  • Slade - Heaven Knows - 1974

    4:00

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  • Slade - Thanks for the memories

    4:23

    Slade on UK TV 1975. The single reached no.7 in the charts.

    This track can be found on the Slade box and the newly remastered and reissued album Nobody's fools

    For more information see and

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  • SLADE Coz I luv you

    3:09

    Top of the Pops 1971.

    I won't laugh at you when you boo-hoo-hoo coz I luv you
    I can turn my back on the things you lack coz I luv you
    I just like the things you do mmm,
    don't you change the things you do mmm
    You get me in a spot and smile the smile you got and I luv you
    You make me out a clown then you put me down I still luv you
    I just like the things you do mmm,
    don't you change the things you do mmmm

    When you bite your lip you're gonna flip your flip but I luv you
    When we're miles apart you still reach my heart how I love you
    I just like the things you do mmm,
    don't you change the things you do mmm,
    Only time can tell if we get on well coz I luv you
    All that's passed us by we can only sigh hihi coz I luv you
    I just like the things you do mmm,
    don't you change the things you do mmm.

  • Noddy Holder - Talks about Slade, Growing Up, Robert Plant & more - Radio Broadcast 22/12/2019

    39:14

    Noddy Holder talks about Merry Xmas Everybody, growing up, his dad, new housing, school, first guitar, Inbetweens/Slade, Robert Plant, success, band image, Slade In Flame movie and the break up of Slade.

    Noddy Holder also selects some of his favourite tracks.

    Favourite Tracks:

    Little Richard
    Girl Can't Help It

    Aretha Franklin
    The House That Jack Built

    James Brown
    I Go Crazy

    Pistol Annies
    Sugar Daddy

    John Lennon
    Watching The Wheels

    ZZ Top
    Waiting For The Bus

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  • Slade - My Oh My with Lyrics HD Vocal-Star Karaoke

    4:21

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  • Slade - I dont mind

    3:07

    Slade are an English rock band who rose to prominence during the glam rock era of the early 1970s

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  • Slade Look Wot You Dun 1972

    4:10

  • Slade ~ How Does It Feel ~ Slade In England

    6:39

    A long long long long time ago there was only around 2 minutes of actual footage of the band performing the now classic 'How Does It Feel' So I made one of my own using that footage interspersing it with footage from the film 'Flame'

    I was new at this sort of malarkey and it has irritated me for 8 years that there are too many glitches in the original first effort.

    Here is a re working to bring that video up to date in a 16:9 aspect ratio.......

  • Slade - Find Yourself A Rainbow - 1974

    2:14

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  • Slade - My Friend Stan

    2:48

  • Slade - My friend Stan

    2:32

    Single reached #3 in the UK charts 1973.

    Don't forget the reissues... and why not go for some Therapy to?

  • Slade - Lock Up Your Daughters

    3:28

    Single from Slade's 1981 album Till Deaf Do Us Part. Written by Noddy Holder and Jim Lea.

  • AMBROSE SLADE- FLY ME HIGH

    3:04

    AMBROSE SLADE WAS THE BAND THAT BECAME FAMOUS IN THE EARLY SEVENTIES AS SLADE.THE BAND WAS ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF GLAM ROCK WITH GREAT HITS ON CHARTS.THIS SONG IS TAKEN FROM THEIR FIRST ALBUM ''BEGINNINGS'' BACK IN 1969.

  • Slade - Full Concert - 08/04/75 - Winterland

    58:36

    Slade - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/4/1975 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing
    0:05:19 - Bangin' Man
    0:10:04 - Gudbye T' Jane
    0:14:27 - Thanks For The Memory
    0:20:52 - How Does It Feel?
    0:26:15 - Just A Little Bit
    0:35:46 - Let The Good Times Roll / Feel So Fine
    0:44:04 - Get Down and Get With It
    0:52:18 - Mama Weer All Crazee Now

    Personnel:
    Noddy Holder - vocals, guitar
    James Lea - bass, keyboards, vocals
    Dave Hill - guitar, vocals
    Don Powell - drums

    Summary:
    Although Slade saw their biggest commercial success between 1972 and 1974, this show, culled from the archives of promoter Bill Graham, showed the Brit rockers were still red-hot as a live act in 1975.

    Opening with Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing, they move next into Bangin' Man, a song that described life as a rock star in the mid-1970s. Another highlight is an extended version of Let The Good Times Roll, which moves into Get Down and Get With It. There are more big hits thrown in for good measure, making this a complete Slade show.

    Formed in 1966 in the English industrial midlands as the N'Betweens, the band soon built up a formidable following on the live circuit playing their own versions of contemporary rock covers and obscure U.S. R&B records. A name change to Ambrose Slade and a record deal with Fontana records followed, but it wasn't until 1969, when they were signed up by former Jimi Hendrix manager and Animals bass player Chas Chandler, did Slade begin to make themselves known to a wider audience.

    Chandler changed their name to simply Slade, and it was he along with publicist Keith Altham who changed their image to that of Britain's first skinhead band, a move that, while it got them the publicity they wanted, didn't help with any chart success until 1971, when they released their version of an obscure Bobby Marchan track entitled Get Down With It. That song propelled the band into the charts of the day with a #16 hit. By now they had grown their hair, and as the U.K.'s flagship TV pop show, Top Of The Pops was now being transmitted in color, they adopted a primary colors rule approach and were one of the pioneering bands of the glam look. Get Down With It was soon followed up by the first of their six U.K. #1 hits Coz I Luv.

    Slade then embarked upon a five-year run of constant chart success in their homeland and were huge in Europe and Australia. Despite many attempts at breaking the U.S. market, they never really caught on with the record-buying public but were influential nonetheless with Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, who witnessed them at New York's Academy. Simmons has recently admitted that without Slade, there would have been no KISS.

    It would take America another decade before Slade received their first chart hits with the early-'80s songs, My Oh My and Run Runaway. This success followed the publicity they received after Quiet Riot had scored successive #1 U.S. hits with covers of two of Slade's biggest hits Cum On Feel The Noize and Mama Weer All Crazee Now, the latter which can be heard here as the show's closer.

    This show was recorded in August of 1975 while Slade was touring to promote the soundtrack LP from their feature film Flame, which had been released to critical acclaim in their homeland. Many of the songs here are from that album, including How Does It Feel?, widely regarded as the band's finest moment. The classic hits are represented too, including Gudbye T'Jane, Far Far Away and Mama Weer All Crazee Now, as well as long-time stage favorite Just Want A Little Bit, which features the blistering bass of virtuoso Jimmy Lea.

  • Slade - Cum On Feel The Noize

    4:28

    Slade - Cum On Feel The Noize
    Single from the album Sladest
    Released in 1973

  • Slade- Run Runaway

    3:36

    Retro 80's

  • Slade - Well bring the house down

    2:34

    After their huge comeback as replacment for Ozzy Osbourne at the Reading festival 1980 Slade quickly recorded We'll bring the house down which reached number ten in the charts. Here they performe it on german TV.

    The remastered and reissued album We'll bring the house down can be bought at or any well-assorted CD-store.

    For more information about the Slade reissues see:

  • Slade - Everyday

    3:08

    Listen To Slade With Everyday From Vevo

  • Slade - How Does It Feel

    5:54

  • Slade - Keep On Rocking

    6:31

    Slade - Keep On Rocking (Alive - 1972)

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  • Slade - Universe - 1991 - Music Video

    4:01

    Slade's final single, Universe, from 1991. Sadly the song failed to chart, and Slade called it a day soon after in early 1992.

    This video is sourced directly from a Polydor Records VHS copy, and the quality is much better than my other upload of this video. Many thanks to Neil Partridge for supplying the cassette to me for transferring it across onto the computer.

    This video, like the previous 1991 single Radio Wall of Sound, was directed by William Clark, who kindly recollected his thoughts for the Slade Cove website in 2014: Universe was a much tamer affair, shot in a studio in Shepherd's Bush. What was interesting about that shoot was the graphics were all painted on a piece of glass about 6 x 4 by the scenic artist who did a lot of the work on Time Bandits the same way. So the shot of Dave playing guitar was achieved by him standing on a flight case at one end of an empty studio to get the scale, whilst the camera shot through this delicately painted small piece of glass at the other end. It's difficult to see now because there doesn't seem to be a decent print around, but in the days before CGI it really was imaginative and beautiful.

    Info on Universe can be found on the Slade Discography Website:

  • Slade - My Baby Left Me Thats All Right

    2:37

  • Slade - Do You Believe in Miracles - Razzmatazz

    3:59

    Slade miming Do You Believe in Miracles on the UK TV show Razzmatazz in 1985.

    Info on Do You Believe in Miracles can be found on the Slade Discography Website:

  • Slade - Ooh La La In L.A. 1987

    3:47

    Мои новые каналы (my new channels):

  • Slade - Far Far Away • TopPop

    3:36

    Slade are an English rock band from Wolverhampton, UK. They rose to fame during the glam rock era in the early 1970s, achieving 17 consecutive top 20 hits and six number ones on the UK Singles Chart.
    The British Hit Singles & Albums names them as the most successful British group of the 1970s based on sales of singles. They were the first act to have three singles enter the charts at number one; all six of the band's chart-toppers were penned by Noddy Holder and Jim Lea.

    The band members of Slade grew up in the Black Country area of the West Midlands: both the drummer Don Powell, and bass guitarist Jim Lea were born and raised in Wolverhampton, lead vocalist Noddy Holder was born and raised in the nearby town of Walsall, and lead guitarist Dave Hill was born in Devon and moved to Wolverhampton while a child.

    Slade performed many times in the TopPop studios. This single was recorded on 8 November 1974

    Chart performance of this single: #2 in the UK and Ireland, #1 in Norway, #8 in Germany, #13 in Netherlands and #17 Australia.

    Recorded on 8 November 1974

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    Broadcast date: 1974-11-02

    This is to let you know that the video recording of the video clip was originally recorded by AVROTROS Broadcasting. AVROTROS Broadcasting hereby warrants and represents that it is the sole and exclusive owner of the physical film and/or videotape footage in this video clip.

    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

  • Slade - Look Wot You Dun

    2:54

    Slade, one of the truly great rock and roll bands of all time. Buy Slade CD's!
    Royal Family Announces St. Edward's Crown To Be Replaced By Noddy Holder's Top Hat For All Future Coronation Ceremonies

  • Slade - Goodbye to Jane 1972

    3:53

    Slade - Goodbye to Jane (Gudbuy T'Jane) 1972

    Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane
    She's a dark horse see if she can
    Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane
    Painted up like a fancy young man
    She's a queen can't you see what I mean
    She's a queen, see, see, she's a queen
    And I know she's alright, alright, alright, alright

    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young you're so young

    I said goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane
    Get a kick from her forties trip boots
    Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane
    Has them made to match up to her suits
    She's a queen can't you see what I mean
    She's a queen, see, see, she's a queen
    And I know she's alright, alright, alright, alright

    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young you're so young

    (Instrumental)

    Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane
    Like a dark horse see how she ran
    Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane
    Spits on me 'cos she knows that she can
    She's a queen can't you see what I mean
    She's a queen, see, see, see, she's a queen
    And I know she's alright, alright, alright, alright

    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young you're so young
    I say you're so young,
    she's alright, alright, alright, alright
    I say she's so young, so young, alright, alright
    I say you're so young ....

    (Instrumental)

  • Slade ~ Darling Be Home Soon ~ Slade In England

    5:43

    The Loving Spoonful's darling Be Home Soon is given the full Slade treatment on their 1972 LP 'Slade Alive' and here is the fourth part of the SIE project to create a video track for each song on the LP......

  • Slade - Everyday • TopPop

    3:09

    Slade are an English rock band from Wolverhampton, UK. They rose to fame during the glam rock era in the early 1970s, achieving 17 consecutive top 20 hits and six number ones on the UK Singles Chart.
    The British Hit Singles & Albums names them as the most successful British group of the 1970s based on sales of singles. They were the first act to have three singles enter the charts at number one; all six of the band's chart-toppers were penned by Noddy Holder and Jim Lea.

    The band members of Slade grew up in the Black Country area of the West Midlands: both the drummer Don Powell, and bass guitarist Jim Lea were born and raised in Wolverhampton, lead vocalist Noddy Holder was born and raised in the nearby town of Walsall, and lead guitarist Dave Hill was born in Devon and moved to Wolverhampton while a child.

    Slade performed many times in the TopPop studios. This single was recorded on 29 April 1974.

    Chart performance of this single: #3 in the UK, #3 in Ireland, and #4 in the Netherlands.

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    Broadcast date: 1974-04-27

    This is to let you know that the video recording of the video clip was originally recorded by AVROTROS Broadcasting. AVROTROS Broadcasting hereby warrants and represents that it is the sole and exclusive owner of the physical film and/or videotape footage in this video clip.

    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

    AVROTROS Broadcasting
    PO Box 2
    1200 JA Hilversum
    The Netherlands

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

  • SLADE - Im Mee Im Now & Thats Orl

    3:32

    b-side to Cum on Feel the Noize - another one of my fave raves from one of the best bands of the 70s

  • Its Slade documentary 1999 - Part One

    10:02



    Excellent documentary about SLADE from 1999. Shown in 5 parts for You Tube.
    Part 1 - The Early Years. N Betweens. Wild Winds Are Blowing. Get Down and Get With It.

  • SLADE - Get Down And Get With It *** HD ***

    3:46

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    - GET DOWN AND GET WITH IT

    The song that really started it all, this LITTLE RICHARD set-closer became a showcase for Nod and a crowd-pleaser for the hordes of skinheads who'd turn up to SLADE concerts, get their boots on and put their hands in the air.
    Get Down And Get With It, it was a hard rock song insists Dave, and that's what we were about live.
    Despite the Beeb's support for SLADE over the course of a dozen or so specially recorded sessions, it took a while for the daytime DJs to show their support for what turned out to be SLADE's breakthrough 45.
    But as soon as it hit Top 30 and we did Top Of The Pops, Nod recalls they all started to get behind it.

    Note : That old clip dating from a 70's UK short lived TV show '2G's and the pop people'. Slade appeared on the programme transmitted on the 17th June 1972 and were filmed performing two of their hit records, Take Me Bak'Ome and this their first top 20 hit.
    The current upload here on You tube with the 192 TV logo emblazoned across the top has been redubbed to include the single release of the track (Recorded 5/5/71. Broadcast 13/5/71 on Stuart HENRY's Sounds of the Seventies).

    SLADE, the Best of the Best ... Ever !



    Kinds Regards and Keep on Rocking !

    @nthon+++

  • Slade - My Oh My Legendy festival 2019 - Prievidza

    6:59

  • Slade - My Oh My

    4:30

    LYRICS OF THE SONG:
    I believe in woman, my oh my
    I believe in lovin', my oh my
    Don't a women need a man, try and catch one if you can
    I believe in woman, my oh my
    We all need someone to talk to my oh my
    We all need someone to talk to my oh my
    Ya need a shoulder to cry on, call me I'll be standing by
    We all need someone to talk to my oh my
    We all need a lot of lovin' my oh my
    Yeah, a whole lot of lovin' my oh my
    I can lend a helpin' hand if you ain't go nothing planned
    We all need some lovin' my oh oh
    So let's all swing together my oh my
    We can all swing together my oh my
    You've got troubles on your own, no need to face them all alone
    We can all swing together my oh my
    So let's all pull together my oh my
    So let's all pull together my oh my
    We can ride the stormy weather, if we all get out and try
    So let's all pull together my oh my
    So let's all pull together my oh myyyyyy....

  • Slade Everyday

    3:09

    TOPPOP TV programme aired 27th April 1974!
    Song used on the Google Nexus 7 advert in 2013.

  • Slade - How Does It Feel?

    3:48

    Faixa do álbum Slade In Flame lançado em 1974, 'How Does It Feel' saiu como single em 02/75 chegando ao #15 na inglaterra e #6 na França.
    How Does It Feel is a single from glam rock band Slade which appeared on the album Slade in Flame. It was written by lead singer Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea. The single was released in early 1975. The single only peaked at #15 in the UK which was the lowest charting since Slade's first charting single Get Down and Get With It in 1971. The first week in the top 100, the single only began at #38 which was poor for a Slade single.
    The ballad, featuring brass instruments and flute, was at the time thought to be too far from the fans' expectations. Noel Gallagher of the British band Oasis however has claimed the track to be, one of the best songs written, in the history of pop, ever.

  • Oasis - Cum On Feel The Noize HD 0815007

    3:42

    Oasis - Cum On Feel The Noize, ein Hit von Slade 1973. HQ-Video

  • Ambrose Slade - Genesis

    3:17

    Genesis performed by Ambrose Slade from Beginnings.
    All Rights Reserved.

  • Slade - Coz I Luv You HD 0815007

    3:30

    Slade - Coz I Luv You, ein Hit 1971, 1972. Audio-CD-Sound zu altem Video-Material aus TV-Show.
    Sound replaced by audio-cd-sound. Full song.

  • Slade - Mama Weer All Crazy Now HQ 0815007

    2:42

    HQ-Video. Slade - Mama Weer All Crazy Now (1972)

  • Slade at Sweden Rock Festival 2018.

    50:23

    Part of Slade's concert at Sweden Rock Festival 2018.
    Some of the biggest hits are included, but the sound has some distortion

    Gudbuy t´ Jane
    Take Me Bak 'Ome
    Everyday
    Run Runaway
    Far Far Away
    Mama Weer All Crazee Now
    Get Down and Get With It

    Extra numbers
    My oh My
    Cum on Feel the Noize

  • Merry Christmas Everybody - Slade

    3:27

  • Slade - Auld Lang Syne

    3:03

    Took out You'll Never Walk Alone and made this New Years edit - enjoy!

  • Slade - Cum on feel the noize

    4:21

  • Slade - Rock N Roll Preacher

    5:46

    Video: Musikladen - 1982
    Audio: Studio LP Version
    Before: 3'49''
    After: 5'46''
    Edited and Syncronized
    *************************
    Video: Musikladen - 1982
    Audio: Versão Estudio LP
    Antes: 3'49''
    Depois: 5'46''
    Editado e sincronizado

  • Run Runaway

    5:01

    Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

    Run Runaway (Radio Edit) · Slade

    The Amazing Kamikaze Syndrome

    ℗ 1983 Noddy Holder Music Ltd./Jim Lea Music Ltd.

    Composer: James Lea
    Composer: Neville Holder
    Composer: Noddy Holder

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Slade - Hear Me Calling HQ

    4:36

    Excellent Slade foot-stomper !!

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    NO copyright infringement intended.
    All rights belong to their respective owners.
    This video is for entertainment purposes only.
    None of my videos are monetized.
    If you want this taken down please just ask me.

  • Slade - Run Runaway 1984

    4:50

    Full CD audio-track

  • Slade - My Oh My

    4:22

    Slade - My Oh My

  • Slade Cum On Feel The Noize 1973

    4:25

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