Slaughter on 10th Avenue
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This article is about Mick Ronson's 1974 debut album. For George Balanchine's ballet in Rodgers and Hart's 1936 On Your Toes, see Slaughter on Tenth Avenue.
|Slaughter on 10th Avenue|
|Studio album by Mick Ronson|
|Genre||Rock, glam rock|
|Mick Ronson chronology|
Slaughter on 10th Avenue is the debut album by Mick Ronson, released in 1974.
- 1. "Love Me Tender" (Ken Darby)
- 2. "Growing Up and I'm Fine" (David Bowie)
- 3. "Only After Dark" (Mick Ronson, Scott Richardson)
- 4. "Music Is Lethal" (David Bowie, Lucio Battisti)
- 5. "I'm the One" (Annette Peacock)
- 6. "Pleasure Man/Hey Ma Get Papa" (Mick Ronson, Scott Richardson, David Bowie)
- 7. "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" (Richard Rodgers)
- 8. "Solo on 10th Avenue" (Richard Rodgers) [Live]
- 9. "Leave My Heart Alone" (Craig Fuller) [Original B-Side – Live]
- 10. "Love Me Tender" [Live]
- 11. "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" [Live]
- "Ronno's best-selling solo set of '74 has exclusive Bowie songs, a cracking band and engaging ideas. But the mixes are odd, some tracks don't lift-off and his vocals lack a distinctive persona." – Jim Irvin, Mojo magazine
- Mick Ronson – guitar, piano, vocals, arrangement, conductor
- Trevor Bolder – bass, trumpet, trombone
- Aynsley Dunbar – drums, percussion
- Mike Garson – piano, electric piano, organ
- David Hentschel – ARP on "Hey Ma Get Papa"
- Margaret Ronson – backing vocals
- Dennis MacKay – backing vocals
- Sidney Sax – strings
- Allmusic review
- Jim Irvin Mojo, January 2010, Issue 194.
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