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Speed, Glue & Shinki (スピード・グルー&シンキ Supiido, guru ando shinki) was a Japanese psychedelic rock power trio formed in 1970 by guitarist Shinki Chen, and record producer Ikuzo Orita. Orita had previously produced an LP featuring Shinki Chen; who was considered the Japanese equivalent of Jimi Hendrix. The self-titled album Shinki Chen featured other notable musicians, including George Yanagi and Masayoshi Kabe.
Speed, Glue and Shinki. Speed Glue & Shinki - Big Headed Woman (1971) "Eve" Album 1971 Japan Guitar - Shinki Chen Drums,Vocals - Joey Pepe Smith Bass - Masayoshi Kabe. Speed, Glue and Shinki.
Orita had previously produced Shinki Chen’s self-titled debut album Shinki Chen, which in recent years is considered a classic among collectors. Joining Shinki in the band was Filipino singer/drummer Joey Smith, who Shinki had discovered while performing at a shopping centre, and bassist Masayoshi Kabe. The band took their name from Smith’s use and love of amphetamines, and Kabe’s interest of sniffing Pro-Bond glue in the sixties. After the disbandment of the band a double-LP under the name Speed, Glue & Shinki was independently released by Joey Smith. This album featured mostly Joey Smith’s work, where he sampled guitar recordings from Shinki’s previously work.
Speed, Glue and Shinki, named by Shinki from each of their nicknames, took off and started a terrific but all to brief career. In a short time they produced two albums - Eve (1971) and an eponymous double LP (1972). Most of the songs were written and sung by Joey, looking up to Ginger Baker as one of his drumming teachers. I'm wondering how drugs can (or could) influence rock artists. I consider some of the answers are lying open in this album. The first track is named Mr. Walking Drugstore Man. Even only this dangerous flavour is enough for us to feel the drug culture, isn't it? Yes, Joey Smith's nickname was 'Speed'. From the beginning, massively heavy Masayoshi's bass & Joey's drums, and funky and sneaky Shinki's guitar, can attack and kick our b t seriously.
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Album · 1971 · 14 Songs. More By Speed, Glue & Shinki. See All. Speed, Glue & Shinki.
|1||Sniffin' & Snortin' Pt. 1 (Vitamine C)||3:48|
|2||Run and Hide||4:48|
|5||Flat Fret Swing||4:42|
|6||Sniffin' & Snortin' Pt. 2 (Vitamine C)||2:36|
|7||Don't Say No
Drums – Hiroshi OguchiGuitar – Shinki ChenKeyboards, Bass – Shigeki Watanabe
|10||Search for Love||8:51|
Performer, Harpsichord [Cembalo] – Shigeki Wataoabe*
|12||Wanna Take You Home||6:00|
|13||a) Sun b) Planets c) Life d) Moon||13:17|
|14||Song for an Angel||4:23|
|P-5044~5A||Speed, Glue & Shinki||Speed, Glue & Shinki (2xLP, Album)||Atlantic||P-5044~5A||Japan||1972|
|MHD-25008||Speed, Glue & Shinki||Speed, Glue & Shinki (CD, Album, RE)||Made In Japan Records||MHD-25008||Japan||1991|
|025||Speed, Glue & Shinki||Speed, Glue & Shinki (2xLP, Album, RE)||Shadoks Music||025||Germany||2001|
|WPC6-8453-54||Speed, Glue & Shinki||Speed, Glue & Shinki (2xCD, Album, RE, RM)||WEA Japan||WPC6-8453-54||Japan||1998|
|SUB1011||Speed, Glue & Shinki||Speed, Glue & Shinki (2xLP, RE, Unofficial, Gat)||Subway Records||SUB1011||UK||2015|
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