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Name:Rainbow Live In Munich 1977 (2CD) 2006 [FLAC] Level 8

Total Size: 624.56 MB

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Last Updated: 2015-09-12 04:20:56 (Update Now)

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(Disc 1) (Size: 624.56 MB) (Files: 21)

 (Disc 1)

  01 Kill The King.flac

32.35 MB

  02 Mistreated.flac

68.59 MB

  03 Sixteenth Century Greensleeves.flac

50.31 MB

  04 Catch The Rainbow.flac

99.25 MB

  05 Long Live Rock 'N' Roll.flac

49.52 MB

  CD1.jpg

722.74 KB

 (Disc 2)

  01 Man On The Silver Mountain.flac

87.38 MB

  02 Still I'm Sad.flac

149.39 MB

  03 Do You Close Your Eyes.flac

65.48 MB

  CD2.jpg

700.37 KB

 BACK.jpg

1.84 MB

 BOOKLET 10-11.jpg

2.62 MB

 BOOKLET 2-3.jpg

2.97 MB

 BOOKLET 4-5.jpg

3.13 MB

 BOOKLET 6-7.jpg

1.89 MB

 BOOKLET 8-9.jpg

3.44 MB

 Demon's Eye Music Forum - All Music, Rock And Metal.url

0.26 KB

 Downloaded from RockOUT-Boogie.com.txt

0.08 KB

 FRONT.jpg

3.22 MB

 INLAY.jpg

1.78 MB

 RockOUT!!! Boogie - The Real Hard Rock And Metal Forum.url

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RAINBOW - LIVE IN MUNICH 1977 (2CD) 2006 [FLAC] Level 8
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Ripped with MAX in FLAC Level 8
Total size: 625 MB
Full artwork included @300dpi

From Wiki and All Music Guide:

Disillusioned and fed up with the chaotic state of Deep Purple in the mid-'70s, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore made the stunning announcement in May of 1975 that he was quitting the group he had founded and led for over seven years in order to start from scratch. Teaming up with up-and-coming American vocalist Ronnie James Dio, Blackmore built Rainbow around the singer's former band Elf, minus their guitarist David Feinstein. Featuring bassist Craig Gruber, keyboard player Mickey Lee Soule, and drummer Gary Driscoll, the group's 1975 debut Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow was quickly embraced by European fans and yielded their first hit single, "Man on the Silver Mountain." The music of Rainbow was more directly inspired by classical music and Dio wrote lyrics about medieval themes. Dio possessed a versatile vocal range capable of singing both hard rock and lighter ballads. Although Dio never played a musical instrument on any Rainbow album, he is credited with writing and arranging the music with Blackmore in addition to writing all the lyrics himself.

Blackmore and Dio were dissatisfied with the album's sound, however, and decided to re-vamp Rainbow (by then sufficiently established to do without Blackmore's name) by drafting bassist Jimmy Bain, keyboard player Tony Carey, and former Jeff Beck Group drummer Cozy Powell. It was with this lineup that they entered Musicland studios in February 1976 to record the landmark Rising opus - once voted the greatest heavy metal album of all time in a 1981 Kerrang! magazine readers' poll. Capturing Blackmore and Dio at the peak of their creative powers, Rising chronicled both the guitarist's neo-classical metal compositions at their most ambitious, and the singer's growing fixation with fantasy lyrical themes - a blueprint he would adopt for his entire career thereafter. Following its release, the band embarked upon a successful world tour, culminating in a sold out European jaunt which spawned a best-selling live album entitled On Stage, released in 1977.

Although some fans believed that this set (Live In Munich 77) came from the same tour as the previously released On Stage (which was mostly culled from their 1976 Japanese tour), the performance here is actually from their 1977 European tour, a few months prior to the release of "Long Live Rock n' Roll", and thus features a different bass-player and keyboardist (Bob Daisley and David Stone).

After this extensive world tour, Blackmore decided that he wanted to take the band in a new commercial direction away from the sword and sorcery theme. Dio did not agree with this change and left Rainbow. He would go to replace Ozzy Osbourne as the lead singer in Black Sabbath (coincidentally, Daisley, Powell and future Rainbow drummer Bobby Rondinelli also played with Black Sabbath at various times). Dio would later form his own self-titled band. Blackmore departed to rejoin his old Deep Purple comrades in a full-fledged reunion in 1984. And while the impact of Rainbow's influence has faded with the intervening decades, theirs was a crucial chapter in the development of heavy metal and hard rock.

Album review by Thom Jurek:

When Rainbow's On Stage album was released in 1977, it felt like a flat representation of what the band were capable of live. With a few personnel changes, the group went out on tour in 1977 to support a live album - the membership changes prevented them form working on a third studio album at the time. This live document is a complete live concert without any real production. It's simply the band playing their asses off in October 1977. Here are Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio, Cozy Powell, Bob Daisley, and David Stone, roaring through a set unencumbered. While the tracks closely resemble those on the live Rainbow album, they run in a different order (and alas, Stargazer is still not present; it wasn't played on this night). The Sixteenth Century Greensleeves played here (clocking in at eight-and-21-seconds) shreds the On Stage version, as does the thrashing opener Kill the King. Both of these cuts were played faster and louder than anything the Sex Pistols did that year. Catch the Rainbow catches fire about seven-and-a-half minutes in, and Blackmore just takes off prodded on by Powell, and the cut doesn't end until ten minutes after that. The second disc is where the real treasure lies in perhaps the best rendition of Man on the Silver Mountain, which clocks in at a whopping fourteen-and-a-half minutes, followed by a 25-minute Still I'm Sad, only to be closed out with a smoking Do You Close Your Eyes. Blackmore's playing, hell, the whole band's, is just full-on stun. It's tight, incredibly fast, and unfettered raw Rainbow. This is the deliverance on the promise of '70s hard rock. Get this one. No matter what, just get it.

The band:

Ritchie Blackmore - Guitar
Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
Cozy Powell - Drums
Bob Daisley - Bass
David Stone - Keyboards

Tracklisting:

CD1
1 Kill the King 4:39
2 Mistreated 11:03
3 Sixteenth Century Greensleeves 8:21
4 Catch The Rainbow 17:31
5 Long Live Rock'N'Roll 7:33

CD2
1 Man On The Silver Mountain 14:37
2 Still I'm Sad 25:15
3 Do You Close Your Eyes 9:37

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