Live in Manchester (Slash album)

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Live in Manchester
Slash Live In Manchester.jpg
Live album by
ReleasedJuly 3, 2010
RecordedJuly 3, 2010 at the Manchester Academy, Manchester, England
GenreHard rock, heavy metal
LabelDik Hayd International
ProducerPaul Nickson
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Live in Manchester is a double live album by Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash featuring Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy. The album was recorded by Abbey Road Live, during Slash's solo show at the Manchester Academy on July 3, 2010. Copies of the album were limited to 1,200 with 350 being sold at the show itself.


In June 2010, it was announced that the show at the Manchester Academy in Manchester, England on July 3, part of the 2010 World Tour, would be recorded and released on CD.[1][2][3][4] Only 1,200 copies of the album were made available[1][2][3][4] with 350 being sold after the show itself. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered "on-the-fly" during the show by Abbey Road Live. This type of recording differs from a “board” mix, which usually involves plugging into the house sound console and taking their mix, with the album quality closer to a studio mixed live album.[1][2][3][4]

During the show, Slash, along with his touring band which consists of Myles Kennedy, Bobby Schneck, Todd Kerns and Brent Fitz, performed songs from his debut solo album, Slash, as well as songs from bands prominent in his career such as Guns N' Roses ("Sweet Child o' Mine", "Paradise City"), Slash's Snakepit ("Beggars & Hangers-on", "Mean Bone") and Velvet Revolver ("Fall to Pieces", "Slither"). Also performed was a cover of the Alter Bridge single "Rise Today" and Led Zeppelin's "Communication Breakdown" as well as an extended guitar solo by Slash which ended with a performance of The Godfather theme "Speak Softly Love" (listed as "Godfather" on the track listing).[5]

In July, the recordings of the show were made available for streaming on YouTube.[6]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one[5]
1."Ghost" (from Slash)Slash, Ian Astbury4:37
2."Mean Bone" (from Ain't Life Grand)Slash, Johnny Griparic, Rod Jackson, Matt Laug, Ryan Roxie, Jack Douglas4:06
3."Nightrain" (from Appetite for Destruction)Axl Rose, Slash, Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan, Steven Adler5:34
4."Dirty Little Thing" (from Contraband)Scott Weiland, Slash, McKagan, Matt Sorum, Dave Kushner, Keith Nelson4:59
5."Back from Cali" (from Slash)Slash, Myles Kennedy4:02
6."Beggars & Hangers-on" (from It's Five O'Clock Somewhere)Slash, Eric Dover, McKagan6:56
7."Civil War" (from Use Your Illusion II)Rose, Slash, McKagan8:16
8."Rocket Queen" (from Appetite for Destruction)Rose, Slash, Stradlin, McKagan, Adler6:45
9."Fall to Pieces" (from Contraband)Weiland, Slash, McKagan, Sorum, Kushner4:58
10."Sucker Train Blues" (from Contraband)Weiland, Slash, McKagan, Sorum, Kushner5:58
11."Nothing to Say" (from Slash)Slash, M. Shadows7:50
12."Starlight" (from Slash)Slash, Kennedy6:00
Disc two[5]
1."Watch This" (from Slash)Slash4:09
2."Godfather"Larry Kusik, Nino Rota10:46
3."Sweet Child o' Mine" (from Appetite for Destruction)Rose, Slash, Stradlin6:45
4."Rise Today" (Alter Bridge cover)Kennedy, Brian Marshall, Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips4:12
5."Slither" (from Contraband)Weiland, Slash, McKagan, Sorum, Kushner10:23
6."Communication Breakdown" (Led Zeppelin cover)John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page3:38
7."Paradise City" (from Appetite for Destruction)Rose, Slash, Stradlin, McKagan, Adler10:48



  1. ^ a b c "SLASH: Limited-Edition Copies Of Manchester Performance To Be Made Available". 28 June 2010. Archived from the original on 1 February 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "Slash To Release Manchester Live Album". Planet Rock. 29 June 2010.
  3. ^ a b c "New Slash Live Album". Sputnikmusic. 29 June 2010.
  4. ^ a b c "Slash To Release Manchester Live Album". 29 June 2010.
  5. ^ a b c "Slash Live Album Track Listing" (PDF). Abbey Road Live. Archived from the original (PDF) on 7 July 2011. Retrieved 9 July 2010.
  6. ^ "SLASH: Professionally Recorded Audio Of Manchester Concert Available". 7 July 2010. Archived from the original on 2 February 2013.

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