- Performer:The Sharks
- Title:Live in Japan
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Psychobilly,Rockabilly Revival
- Date of release:October 29, 2002
- Recording date:1998
- Recording location:Nagoya, Japan
- Size FLAC version1714 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1643 megabytes
- Size WMA version1504 megabytes
- Formats:MPC VOX DMF DTS MP4 MOD
Live in Japan is a 1977 live album from The Runaways. The album was originally released only in Japan, and some other regions including; Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It was not intended for release in the United States or UK. The Runaways. Cherie Currie – lead vocals. Joan Jett – rhythm guitar, lead vocals. Lita Ford – lead guitar, backing vocals. Jackie Fox – bass, backing vocals. Sandy West – drums, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Wild Thing".
George Harrison returned to the stage for the first time in years in 1991; that Japanese tour is documented on the fine double-disc set Live in Japan. Backed by a stellar supporting band led by Eric Clapton, Harrison turns in surprisingly strong versions of his best solo material; it easily surpasses Paul McCartney's double-disc Tripping the Live Fantastic or Paul Is Live. Not bad for a guy who doesn't like to give concerts. Track Listing - Disc 1.
The Sharks, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
Big in Japan: Live in Tokyo 2010. Big in Japan: Live in Tokyo 2010 is the fortieth album by Klaus Schulze.
Though rare, these sharks, known as River Sharks, live in freshwater. River sharks are found mostly in Central and Southeast Asia and Australia, but scientists believe there may be more undiscovered river sharks in the world because they are very hard to track. Here is a guide to these unique freshwater sharks. Freshwater sharks have prehistoric origins. In fact the very first sharks to appear on the planet were freshwater sharks. From the earliest known shark the Elegestolepis, that appeared around 450 million years ago, to the unique Xenacanthus, also known as the eel.
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P) 1977 Printed and made in Italy. An on the road production for Kim Fowley. Mixed at Onkio-Haus-Studio on 18 & 19 Jun.
Great white sharks live in all coastal temperate waters around the world. They dwell waters as deep as 300 meters usually but can reach up to 1200 meters in the zones illustrated. The dark areas on the map show where the great white sharks live. The dark areas in the map show where the great white sharks live.
CreditsGary Day - Composer
The Sharks - Primary Artist
Steve Whitehouse - Performer
Alan Wilson - Composer, Performer
|1||Deathrow Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:30|
|2||Bye Bye Girl Gary Day / Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:07|
|3||Cold Heart||The Sharks||2:51|
|4||Crazy Maybe||The Sharks||3:51|
|5||Dealer Gary Day / Alan Wilson||The Sharks||2:59|
|6||Schizoid Man Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:40|
|7||Love Bites Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:20|
|8||Morphine Daze Alan Wilson||The Sharks||2:59|
|9||Side-Show Freak Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:04|
|10||Between Two Worlds Alan Wilson||The Sharks||4:15|
|11||Moonstomp Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:05|
|12||Surfcaster Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:12|
|13||Phantom Rockers||The Sharks||4:52|
|14||Charlie Alan Wilson||The Sharks||2:42|
|15||Time Bomb Alan Wilson||The Sharks||3:46|
|16||Ghost Train||The Sharks||5:19|
|17||Skeleton Rock||The Sharks||3:11|