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RAINBOW - Rockin Night - Live in Japan
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Recorded LIVE in Japan
01 Intro, 02 Spotlight Kid, 03 Miss Mistreaded, 04 I Surrender, 05 Can't Happen Here, 06 Catch The Rainbow, 07 Power / Keyboard Solo, 08 Street Of Dreams, 09 Fool For The Night, 10 Difficult To Cure / Guitar Improvisation, 11 Drum Solo / Blues, 12 Stranded, 13 Death Alley Driver, 14 Fire Dance, 15 Maybe Next Time, 16 All Night Long, 17 Lazy, 18 Since You've Been Gone, 19 Smoke On The Water (.)
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Also Finger weg von diesem Angebot oder Ihr habt das Konzert dann doppelt, so wie ich.
Verblüfft und sauer war ich dann, als ich die DVD startete: NICHTS von dem, was auf dem Cover steht, ist auf dieser DVD, sondern ein Konzert der Deutschlandtournee 1995, das schon x-mal im öffentlich-rechtlichen Fernsehen gezeigt wurde! Das bedeutet: Ein alternder Blackmore, der gedanklich schon bei Mittelalter-Minnesang ist (seine Muse Candice tritt sogar bei einem Song als Backgroundsängerin auf) und ein farbloser Sänger namens Dougie White, der zu Recht schnell wieder in der Versenkung verschwunden ist und sich heute mit Deep Purple-Coverbands über Wasser hält...
Das ist schon ärgerlich genug, hinzu kommt, dass das Konzert zur Hälfte aus Songs des schwachen 1995er Albums "Stranger In Us All" besteht, die man nun wirklich nicht hören muss. Viele Rainbow-Klassiker hingegen fehlen.
Kurz und gut: Dieses Produkt als "Mogelpackung" zu bezeichnen, ist schon verdammt vorsichtig, denn dies grenzt schon fast an Betrug!
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Basically it's not a great quality video but very professionally shot & edited.
The sound quality is OK and the tracks are correct according to the label, I think that some of the original pressings were bad but this one is spot on.
As far as the performance is concerned it's excellent and Mr. Blackmore is blazing, Mr. Glover looks sharp in his white suit and JLT struts around in his big hair. So I think it's a great purchase!
If you like Rainbow and Blackmore, you will love this DVD. The other reviewer must have been watching on a 13 inch black and white tv and listening on AM Radio to the sound.
I had to further comment on the response to the post that diagrees with me. Every time someone buys a bootleg concert, the band doesnt get paid. Maybe other bands won't want to put out their classic concerts, if they know most people will steal it. I don't mind paying 20 Dollars to see the greatest musicians "ever" perform live. Blackmore will go down in history as an equivalent to Bach or Beethoven. If you don't want to spend 20 dollars to see him perform, there is something wrong with you.
1995 with Doogie White on vocals from Germany. The listing here and even the DVD box pictures and track listing
indicate that it is the 1984 JLT Japan show, but the DVD within contains the 1995 Rockpalast Doogie show - and
very, very poor quality as well. I already own a bootleg of the 1995 Rockpalast show that is MUCH better quality
that what I received - in fact, you can find better quality and complete coverage of the 1995 Rainbow RockPalast
show on youtube. Not only is it completely the wrong show, the quality is horrendous with a dark grainy picture
and lost, ambient audio.
Somebody somewhere has screwed this up big time.
Purportedly on offer here is a DVD of an April 1984 Rainbow performance (with Joe Lynn Turner on vocals) recorded in Tokyo, Japan. At least that's what the the text on the DVD box art states. Even the photos accompanying that text on the DVD box art likewise appear to be from that 1984 concert, depicting Turner singing and Roger Glover on bass (both of whom were a part of that era's lineup of the band).
HOWEVER... when I pop the DVD I received from Amazon into my player, what do I see? Not that 1984 Japan performance with Joe Lynn Turner. No. Instead, and quite unaccountably, I see a completely different concert, from a completely different era of the band, with a completely different personnel lineup.
Despite the fact that even the colorful artwork printed upon the face of the DVD disk itself again represents itself as "Live In Japan 1984" (and again features those same Turner-era photos), when actually played back on my TV this DVD presents a circa 1995 (or subsequent) performance of the latter-day and short-lived Rainbow incarnation featuring Doogie White on vocals (a lineup formed right after Ritchie Blackmore's final departure from Deep Purple, and right before he subsequently abandoned Rainbow altogether and instead formed Blackmore's Night).
The video image quality of this DVD is also quite poor, but that's a separate issue altogether. The big problem is that this DVD does not contain the concert it says it contains.
Even the song list printed on the back of the DVD case (the correct list for the advertised-but-missing Japanese concert by the 1984 Joe Lynn Turner-era lineup) also turns out to be completely different from the song list that is actually displayed in the DVD's onscreen menu. For example, the DVD menu's song list includes several songs from that much later, Doogie White-era lineup's own 1995 "Stranger In Us All" album.
At first, I was ready to cry foul (as in "false advertising"). But now I'm wondering, after reading other reviewers of this item here -- at least some of whom seem to confirm that their own copies do indeed contain the 1984 Turner-era Japan concert that is utterly absent from the copy I received -- if perhaps some weird and hopefully rare manufacturing screwup might have resulted in some of these DVDs containing the wrong concert. Did somebody roll the wrong video master during one of the DVD pressing cycles, or something?
Either way, it all boils down to the fact that I did not receive the item I ostensibly paid for. Nothing against Doogie White, or that latter era (and final swansong lineup) of Rainbow; but after all, the DVD I received is not the product that was advertised here, and not the product that the DVD box art I now hold in my hands claims that it is. Any way to rectify this, Amazon?