Slaughter on 10th Avenue is the debut album by Mick Ronson, released in 1974. For inspiration, Ronson relied on Annette Peacock's 1972 album I'm the One; he used the title track and her arrangement of Elvis Presley's "Love Me Tender". Two songs were co-written by Ronson with Scott Richardson. Richardson had been brought into the Bowie camp by Angie Bowie who met him through Ron Asheton of The Stooges. Richardson had been involved with the Ann Arbor music scene since the mid-60s and he came to prominence with the band, The SRC (The Scot Richard Case).
For Mick Ronson's 1974 album, see Slaughter on 10th Avenue. For the Ventures' version of the song, see The Ventures. Slaughter on Tenth Avenue is a ballet with music by Richard Rodgers and choreography by George Balanchine. It occurs near the end of Rodgers and Hart's 1936 Broadway musical comedy On Your Toes. Slaughter is the story of a hoofer who falls in love with a dance hall girl who is then shot and killed by her jealous boyfriend.
Slaughter On 10th Avenue Mick Ronson. Listen on Apple Music. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue (Live). 11 Songs, 51 Minutes. Released: 1 Feb 1974. 2009 Cherry Red Records. See All. Play Don't Worry.
Slaughter on 10th Avenue is the debut album by Mick Ronson, released in 1974. Two songs were co-written by Ronson with Scott Richardson, who had been involved in the Ann Arbor music scene since the mid-'60s and came to prominence as lead singer of the SRC. Richardson was brought into the Bowie camp by Angie Bowie, who met him through Ron Asheton of the Stooges. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved.
Slaughter on 10th Avenue. More albums from Mick Ronson.