01 - Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
02 - Mistreated
03 - Wolf to The Moon
04 - Dificult To Cure
05 - Keyboard Solo
06 - Still I'm Sad
07 - Man On The Silver Mountain
08 - Temple Of The King
09 - Black Masquerade
10 - Ariel
11 - Since You've Been Gone
12 - Perfect Strangers
13 - Lazy - Blues (with lyrics!)
14 - Burn
15 - Maybe Next Time
16 - Smoke On The Water
17 - Street Of Dreams
Doogie White - Vocals
Ritchie Blackmore - Guitar
Paul Morris - Keyboards
Greg Smith - Bass
Chuck Burgi - Drums
This is a great video - especially if you want to see Ritchie playing his guitar.
This is a 2 camera mix. One taper is center stage about 15 rows back and elevated above the crowd.
The other taper is about the same distance but on the left side of the audience.
Both seem to be using tripods because there is very little shaking or focus issues.
You can see everyone except Paul Morris through the whole show. The challenge is finding Paul.
I think you can glimpse his arms a few times but that is it. He is blocked out by some sort of speaker.
The sound is excellent.
The only issue with the video is the lighting for the stage sometimes washes out some images.
But it isn't that often.
Lots of things to look for:
1. Doogie's new sunglasses to start the show.
2. Check out the amount of singing that Greg Smith does! You can't always tell when you just have the audio bootleg.
Greg sings most of TOTK, BM, and Ariel as the 2nd set of vocals.
3. Ritchie has some feedback issues with his amps - so Doogie introduces them to the audience.
You can tell that Ritchie is bothered by the issue for the rest of the show but he plays on.
4. In Perfect Strangers is the famous line "a strand of silver hanging through the sky"
which refers to the spotlight shining down on the singer. Doogie gets there and notices the
light is yellow so he changes the lyrics on the fly.
5. Ritchie's Blues has been played for about 30 years up to this point and here is Doogie adding lyrics to it!
6. See Doogie come out with a guitar for SOTW. Then watch carefully as he goes crowd surfing.
You can see them dump him back on stage just in time for his next verse.
7. My audio bootleg cuts out in SOTW just as Ritchie is trying to get the band to ramp it up a notch. So the ending is new to me.
8. That means I also did not have Street Of Dreams before. Nice way to end the show.