Live at Donington (AC/DC album). Live at Donington is the DVD recording of the Australian rock band by AC/DC show at Donington Park on 17 August 1991, and it was the band's third Monsters of Rock festival. The two-hour show was performed before 72,500 spectators and included real cannons, the Hells Bell, an inflatable Rosie and an inflatable Angus. It was filmed in 35 mm Panavision and had 26 cameras that included one situated inside a helicopter
AC/DC Live is the second live album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released on 27 October 1992. The album is supported by a video, AC/DC: Live at Donington.
Album Name Live USA 1977-1983. Erscheinungsdatum August 1983. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen6. DISC 1. Recorded live at Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 22/08/1977. 6. Baby Please Don't Go.
Album Name Live USA. Type Bootleg. Data de aparición 1977. Estilo MusicalHard-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Other productions from AC-DC.
The shows marked AC/DC’s first appearance there in more than a dozen years, so the audience sounds appropriately pumped. The band, already on the road more than a year by this point, had perfected their set, which pretty much included the same songs every night. Not that there was much to be perfected in the first place. An AC/DC concert is not a Bruce Springsteen concert. Most of the songs sound like their studio versions, right down to singer Brian Johnson’s tossed-off howls and grunts
AC/DC Backtracks (Retail Version).
AC/DC Live, however, shows what makes this band different from their peers - here they are still entirely capable of pulling off a great live show. This ranks among the best live metal albums of the '90s. In February 2003, the American distribution rights to AC/DC's back catalog transferred over to Epic, their new label. Epic reissued the band's catalog as remastered digipacks containing lavish, expanded booklets with plenty of rare photographs, memorabilia, and notes.