Slade - Take Me Bak 'Ome mp3 album
Take Me Bak 'Ome" is a song by the British rock band Slade, released in 1972 as a non-album single. It was written by lead vocalist Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea, and produced by Chas Chandler. It reached No. 1 in the UK, giving the band their second number one single, and remained in the charts for thirteen weeks. The song was certified UK Silver by BPI in 1972. In the United States, the song reached No. 97. The song would be included on the band's 1973 compilation album Sladest.
Single, 1972, Polydor. 1. Mama Todos Estamos Locos (Mama Weer All Crazee Now). 2. Llevame a Casa (Take Me Bak'ome). 3. Baya Y Consiguelo (Get Down and Get with It) (Live Version).
Came up to you one night noticed the look in your eye, I saw you was on your own, and it was alright, yeh it was alright. They said I could call you Sidney, oh I couldn't make out why, standing here on your own an' it was alright, yeh it was alright. Chorus) So won't you take me back home, a take me back home, and if we can find plenty to do and that will be alright yeh it will be alright. Here I am, in the same old clothes, looking back on my life ‘Cos I'm here alone. Left out here without a home Take no chance, read between the lines, don't accept a way When she always cries, just try to read between the lines I tried to love you Now I'm here, taking things as I find them. Now I'm here, wasting time, thinking of me, looking back on my life Wondering why. It's hard to see and to understand just a-what it's like to be pushed around Kicking stones along the ground. I don't think it will ever change.
The 1972 live album Slade Alive! also gave the band their first success on the albums chart, reaching No. Having achieved their second UK number one with "Take Me Bak 'Ome", the band soon finished recording their next studio album Slayed?. In August 1972, the lead single "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" was released and was another UK chart topper. How D'You Ride" had originally been considered as a potential single, with Chandler particularly keen on seeing it released as one. In a 2006 interview, drummer Don Powell revealed of "I Won't Let It 'appen Agen": "If you listen to the start of that one you can hear somebody shout, 'Yeah!' That's me shouting, because it felt so good when we started, that I just couldn't help saying it. And it was kept.
1. Take Me Bak 'ome Lyrics. Came up to you one night Noticed the look in your eye Saw you was on your own And it was alright Yeh it was alright. Said I could call you Sidney I couldn't make out why Standing here on your own An' it was alright Yeh it was alright. So won't you take me back home Take me back home And we can find plenty to do And that will be alright Yeh it will be alright. You and your bottle of brandy Both of you smell the same Still on your feet still standing So it was alright Yeh it was alright. Ariana Grande’s Breathin Video Seems To Tease The Tracklist For Her Upcoming Album. Take Me Bak 'ome" Track Info. Produced By Chas Chandler. Written By Jim Lea & Noddy Holder.
Take me Bak, I'm ready ! 2018 ain't a patch on this stuff ! 4 weeks ago. I swear I can hear ACDC here. Slade were a huge influence. 4 weeks ago. SLADE They were Skinheads on their 1st Album! Funny old World! 7 months ago. They were my favourite current band at the time but they peaked here for me. All the stuff after became weak and pale.
UK/European cover of "Tak Me Bak 'Ome". Look Wot You Dun was a classic kind of song, with a clean, classy arrangement to it, but then "Tak Me Back 'Ome" was a live, earth-dirt song - I felt much more out of that than I did from all the rest, it projected more, and it wasn’t just a hit record. I didn’t know if that kind of song could make it, and it was great having a thick, dirty song up at number on. In the September–December 1986, Slade fan club magazine, the poll results were announced for the 1986 opinion poll based on Slade’s material. For the best live song, "Tak Me Bak 'Ome" placed at N. .
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|A||Take Me Bak 'Ome
Written-By – Holder*
Written-By – Powell*
- Producer – Chas Chandler
- Written-By – Lea*
NotesProduced by Chas. Chandler for Barn Productions.
|PS 209, 2058 231||Slade||Take Me Bak 'Ome / Wonderin' Y (7", Single)||Polydor, Polydor||PS 209, 2058 231||South Africa||1972|
|2058 231||Slade||Take Me Bak 'Ome (7", Single)||Polydor||2058 231||Belgium||1972|
|2058 231||Slade||Take Me Bak 'Ome (7", Single)||Polydor||2058 231||Portugal||1972|
|2058-231||Slade||Take Me Back 'Ome (7", Single)||Polydor||2058-231||UK||1972|
|PD 15046, 2058 231||Slade||Take Me Back 'Ome (7", Single)||Polydor, Polydor||PD 15046, 2058 231||US||1972|