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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Jeu 6 Aoû - 9:22

Vinnie 63 ans aujourd'hui !


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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Ven 12 Fév - 15:59



1997 ,dernière apparition public !

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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Ven 12 Fév - 16:05

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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Ven 12 Fév - 17:02

quel gachie ...... ce mec me manque .
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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Lun 25 Avr - 15:34

Mark Slaughter Looks Back on the Band Mutiny That Ended the Vinnie Vincent Invasion
By Jeff Giles April 16, 2015 9:31 AM

Normally, if a band is named after one of the guys in the lineup, he enjoys a little extra job security. But as his fans have learned more than once over the years, the normal rules rarely apply to Vinnie Vincent.

One of the stranger chapters in Vincent’s increasingly odd career was revisited during Mark Slaughter’s recent appearance on the Decibel Geek podcast, during which Slaughter recalled how his days as the vocalist for the Vinnie Vincent Invasion came to a screeching halt when he and bassist Dana Strum walked away — and essentially took Vincent’s record contract with them — to form their new band Slaughter.

Pointing out that Vincent’s label, Chrysalis Records, was gunshy about losing talent after Steve Stevens quit Billy Idol‘s band following Idol’s 1986 Whiplash Smile LP, Slaughter said the label had the members of the Invasion sign agreements giving Chrysalis a first option on new music if they left the group. As it happened, the Invasion fell apart just as the record company’s patience with Vincent was running out.

“Vinnie and Dana got into it and Vinnie pulled me down, with his manager at the time, and said ‘Are you gonna be in my band or are you gonna go with Dana?’” recalled Slaughter. “I said I’d rather be in the gutter with Dana.”

In the late summer of 1988, Slaughter and Strum walked offstage after an Invasion gig and never went back, booking studio time to cut a collection of demos that sparked the label’s interest in what ended up becoming Slaughter’s Stick It to Ya LP.

“We had to record four songs for the label which we did in 1988, going into ’89 on New Year’s Eve we were in the studio,” said Slaughter. “‘Fly to the Angels’ is one of those songs. We do the songs, we give it to Bud Carr, who managed Kansas. We take it to the record label and they go, ‘We’re definitely picking up Mark’s option.’ They had already dropped Vinnie because they had disagreements. They didn’t like him and he didn’t like them, and that was done. They, basically, by picking up my option, gave me his record deal.”

As fate would have it, Slaughter then ended up going on the road with Vincent’s other ex-bandmates in Kiss, which Slaughter said led to a funny moment of bonding with Gene Simmons.

“Gene, the first day, he said, ‘Listen, we are not going to discuss Vinnie Vincent ever on this whole tour.’ And I said, ‘Okay, Gene.’ And then,” laughed Slaughter, “Five minutes later he goes, ‘You know what really bothers me’ … I think we were both in agreement that Vinnie’s a very talented guy but stood in his own way.”

In fact, Slaughter suggested that one of the ways Vincent sabotaged his own career was by consciously downplaying his own diversity as a guitarist in order to fit in with the predominant sound of the day, focusing on the shredding side of his technique at the expense of more soulful playing.

“We were on tour with Iron Maiden,” remembered Slaughter. “I was talking guitar player talk with him, and I go ‘I love Jeff Beck.’ He starts playing this Jeff Beck stuff, and I’m like, ‘You’ve got to be kidding me’ — and the next thing you know, Dave Murray and all the guys from Iron Maiden and their techs are standing outside our dressing room watching him play this stuff and going, ‘Mate, why don’t you play like that?’ Vinnie goes, ‘Because it’s boring.’ He was just trying to be recognized with the shredders.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Lun 25 Avr - 15:47

MARK SLAUGHTER Says VINNIE VINCENT Is 'An Incredibly Talented Musician, Writer, Guitar Player'

Music writer Joel Gausten recently conducted an interview with singer/guitarist Mark Slaughter (SLAUGHTER, VINNIE VINCENT INVASION). A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

Joel Gausten: SLAUGHTER still maintains a very prolific performance schedule. I can still remember watching "Headbangers Ball" in 1990 when they focused on the KISS "Hot In The Shade" tour, which was your first time on the road with SLAUGHTER. It's been about 25 years since then. How has touring evolved for an artist like SLAUGHTER, who clearly still has a market you can serve on the road?

Mark Slaughter: We've never been an ego-based band; we never had three buses. We always did things very conservatively, and that's how we're doing it now...We fly in, do the show and fly back home, so it's not like this giant expense of doing things, and it makes it so there's less wear and tear on the band and it's a lot easier for a better performance because you're not spent... Flying in and flying out is not that difficult unless there are shows in a row. To me, I've always looked at [the performance] as we play for free and we get paid to travel. The travel is what's the pain in the rear. We always love performing; we love to make music. If I wasn't doing this for a career, I'd still be making music on the weekends. You have to have a love for it, first and foremost.

Joel Gausten: We're here talking about your new single, SLAUGHTER's very busy and KISS just went into the Rock Hall. This extended family of musicians is obviously still very active, but we're still waiting for Vinnie [Vincent, former KISS guitarist] to do whatever he's going to do next musically, if ever. Because you worked with him and gained some insight into his character, what do you think it might be about him — either in his personality or creative process — that has led to the fact that for basically 20 years now, we're still waiting for him to come out with his next thing?

Mark Slaughter: Vinnie is a very talented individual. I have not seen him since 1988. We walked off the stage in Anaheim, California, and I never saw the guy ever again. What's funny is that you're saying "neither has anybody else." He's done a couple of KISS conventions and things like that… I think that Vinnie's absolutely brilliant to the point where he's a perfectionist who will not let art be abandoned. Art is never finished; it's just abandoned. You get to a point to where you just have to walk away from your art and go, "That's good enough." I think that he's just re-painting and re-painting and re-painting, and that's what he gets in. I hope he does do some music; it's long overdue. He's an incredibly talented musician, writer, guitar player. I think a lot of the stuff I've seen him do hasn't even been recorded properly. In fact, [guitar maker] Grover Jackson and I were talking about this the other day. People don't know how talented he really is, but it is what it is. For some reason, he just hasn't put something out. I don't know anybody who knows him; I'm not at all in his circles. He's just in his own world, so who knows?

Joel Gausten: One creative relationship that seems to have worked very well for just shy of 30 years now is the one you have with [SLAUGHTER basist] Dana Strum. The music industry isn't really known for stability in personnel, but you guys have worked together for decades. What it is about your relationship that has enabled both of two to weather this industry for as long as you have and still continue to work together?

Mark Slaughter: Obviously, you start with friendship, first and foremost. The other thing is respect. I respect who Dana is as a musician and as a person, and likewise. I know where I stand with him, and he knows where he stands with me. The fact and he has been working with Vince Neil, and that the rest of my band's been doing all that stuff, is great. What's a better example of how talented these guys are then to be able to go and do that? That's when I got into my [solo] recording process; I thought, "Well, they're doing that. I'll just stay home and write some songs and record," and that's what I've been doing. SLAUGHTER still plays about 50 shows a year, which is quite a few. As far as us having this relationship for such a long time, I think it's because you get to point where basically we remember the things that people want us to forget. Both Dana and I have very good recall with people, places and things. We were able to do the [first] SLAUGHTER record ["Stick It To Ya"] without having anybody else tell us what to do. We had complete creative control. Everything that we did was from us. When you have music that wasn't written by an outside writer and it's something that comes from your heart, I think it's a little bit different than something [where] you're going through the motions and doing somebody else's songs.
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MessageSujet: Re: Vinnie Vincent   Sam 24 Sep - 11:43



The Neighborhood [1969]

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Neil Stubenhaus - bass
Skip Smith - keyboards
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A binder containing approximately 17 pages of tour itinerary for KISS' 1983 Lick It Up World Tour, titled "KISS 1983 tour of Europe and the United Kingdom" on the front. The binder includes a two-page October and November 1983 calendar, daily hotel and flight information, and supplier contact information.
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A black suede fringed jacket with a single zip on the front, worn by Vinnie Vincent while on tour with KISS circa 1980s. The jacket has a Wilsons Suede and Leather label, size 12.
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A pair of purple synthetic leather boots worn by Vinnie Vincent while on tour with KISS in the 1980s. Label reads "Young Boy London or Tury," no size present.

turquoise suede fringed jacket with metal snap buttons down the front, worn by Vinnie Vincent while on tour with KISS circa 1983. Label reads "Chia," size large.

A pair of teal leather and suede boots worn by Vinnie Vincent while on tour with KISS circa 1982-1983. The boots have a low heel and are made by Mr. Marty, size 10.
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A pair of charcoal grey sweatpants with the Vinnie Vincent Invasion logo on the front, size medium, worn by Vincent.
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A binder with a color photograph of Vinnie Vincent on the cover and containing a seven-page contract between KISS and Vincent, dated September 1, 1982, and signed on the last page by Vincent (Vincent Cusano d/b/a Street Beat Music); a handwritten set list or track listings of Vinnie Vincent Invasion songs; recording notes for "Wild Child" (Vinnie Vincent ©); personal notes and lists handwritten by Vincent; receipts for studio and band equipment billed to Vincent; a receipt signed by KISS drummer Eric Singer from January 29, 1985, stating that he received $25 from Vincent for rehearsal; and two receipts signed by sound engineer and producer Andy Johns from March 1985.
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A United States of America passport for Vincent John Cusano issued on February 28, 1996, and signed by Vinnie Vincent. Passport number 084781545. The passport contains an entry stamp from Frankfurt, Germany, and Stockholm, Sweden. Vincent used this passport as a special guest on the KISS 1996 Alive/Worldwide Tour.
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A United States of America passport for Vincent John Cusano issued on September 28, 1983, and signed by Vinnie Vincent. Passport number D187307. The passport contains a labor permit and visa from Finland and stamps from Denmark and Portugal and from Paris, Lyon, Madrid, London, Dusseldorf, and other cities. Vincent used this passport while on the KISS Lick It Up World Tour in 1983.
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A black suede fringed jacket with animal print worn by Vinnie Vincent while performing as a special guest at the 1996 KISS Convention in Europe. Label reads “Chia,” size small.
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A red sheer long-sleeve shirt worn by Vinnie Vincent in promotional images with his band, Vinnie Vincent Invasion. The shirt has lapels with black piping and black cuffs and two buttons on the front. Label reads “Jordan by Fran Calafatello.” Size 7/8.
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A group of approximately 18 sheets of handwritten lyrics and notes by Vinnie Vincent on lined sheets of notepaper. The lyrics include "Never Too Hot To Rock" (Vinnie Vincent ©), which was on KISS' demo recording, the unreleased songs "Betrayed" and "Wanna Live" (Vinnie Vincent ©), and a typed and heavily annotated sheet for Vinnie Vincent Invasion's song "Love Kills" (Vinnie Vincent ©).
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A spiral-bound teal lined notebook containing approximately 100 pages of song lyrics written by Vinnie Vincent. On the cover is handwritten "Song Book Vinnie." Together with a spiral-bound orange lined notebook with pages containing Vincent's handwritten notes, calculations, drawings, and phone numbers.
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A pair of grey denim washed jeans worn by Vinnie Vincent in Vinnie Vincent Invasion's 1988 "Love Kills" music video. The song is part of the A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 : The Dream Master (New Line Cinema, 1988) soundtrack. Label reads "Javolis by Apollo," size 28.
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A red suede jacket worn by Vinnie Vincent in a Guitar World magazine feature. The jacket has lapels and a single button closure. No maker or size labels.
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A blue denim jacket and a pair of pale blue denim jeans worn by Vinnie Vincent in a Dean Markley magazine advertisement. The jeans are ripped with paint spatters and sewn-on patches. Both jacket and jeans are made by Levi's, jacket size 36, no size present on the jeans.
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