Live at the Nashville 1979

Live At The Nashville

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Released Format Label Catalog No.
1997 CD Anagram Records CD Punk 93


Who plays what

Nick Cash Vocals, Guitar
Guy Days Guitar, Vocals
Pablo Labritain Drums
Jon Watson Bass


Track  Written By:
Brent Cross Cash/Days
Quite Disappointing Cash/Days
Let's Face It Cash/Days
Hit Me Cash/Days
The Biggest Prize In Sport Cash/Days/Watson
Me And My Desire Cash/Days
Lie Lie Lie Cash/Days
Trouble Cash/Days
Crazy Cash/Days
Boys In The Gang Cash/Days
Ain't Gonna Tell Ya Watson
Feelin' Alright With The Crew Cash/Days
Inside Out Cash/Days
Titanic (My Over) Reaction Cash/Days

Total Time 43 Minutes 16 Seconds


The following notes were taken from the liner notes inside the Anagram CD (reproduced here with absolutely no permission whatsoever)

"The Nashville hold a special place in the history of 999, as the venue in 1977 for the bands first ever London show. It was an electrifying performance there that secured the band their management deal and acted as a springboard to a frenetic touring and recording schedule.

By the time this show was taped in 1979, 999 had blazed their way across Europe and America clocking up more than 300 live shows and confirming their status as a peerless live band.

Fronted by Telecaster wielding Nick Cash whose distinctive vocal style complements the incisive lead guitar work of Guy Days and the tandem rhythm work of Pablo Labritain and Jon Watson, 999 have always been as stunning visually as musically. The combination of 999's high energy Rock 'n' Roll and their on-stage dynamism has enlivened audiences all over the world.

Their recorded output from this period, 1977-1979, has proved to be quite a legacy too - single such as "I'm Alive", "Nasty Nasty", "Emergency", "Me and My Desire", "Feelin' Alright With The Crew", "Homicide" and "Found Out Too Late" are rightly regarded as classics as are the two albums of the time "999" and "Separates".

This CD brings together some of the highlights of those early releases with outstanding new songs from "The Biggest Prize In Sport" album which was release some 6 weeks after this show was played. Also featured are a number of other tracks including "Brent Cross" which have previously been unavaiable on CD."

John Connolly

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