On Stage is a double live album originally released by the British hard rock band Rainbow in 1977. It was recorded live over several German and Japanese dates in late 1976 during the Rising world tour. The recording features the customary introduction to a Rainbow show – the classic quote from The Wizard of Oz, "Toto: I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore
Still I m Sad, Rainbow 1977 On Stage - A2. Kill The King, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Rainbow 1977 On Stage – C. Mistreated. Rainbow – Mistreated (Rainbow On Stage,1977). Rainbow 1977 On Stage – A3. Medley- Man On the Silve. 1:11. Rainbow – Medley a) Man On The Silver Mountain b. 1:01. Rainbow On Stage 1977 – Still I m Sad. 15:37. Rainbow – Catch The Rainbow- On Stage (1977). Rainbow 1977 On Stage – A2. Kill The King. Rainbow 1977 On Stage – D2. Still I m Sad. 64:14. Rainbow – 1977 - On Stage. Rainbow - On Stage (1977) – 06 - Mistreated.
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On Stage is a double live album originally released by the British hard rock band Rainbow in 1977. 2 Release and reception. The recording features the customary introduction to a Rainbow show – the classic quote from The Wizard of Oz, "Toto: I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.
On Stage is the first of two live albums Rainbow did in the 70's, the other being Live in Germany. It's hard to say which one is better, as Live in Germany does have more songs (including the epic Stargazer). This album just feels like it has more energy to me, though. The biggest problem I have with the Rainbow live albums is that their set lists aren't really that great. For one, compared to most other bands' live shows it's very short. Not to say this is a bad album at all, in fact, I find myself listening to it quite a bit. It starts off incredibly strong, with Kill the King, a new song that would appear in studio form on their next album, Long Live Rock 'n' Roll. For those of you not familiar with it, Kill the King is a fast-paced rocker full of catchy riffs, sweep arpeggios, and epic lyrics. They couldn't have made a better song for opening their concerts.
Live, Reissued, Remastered. This tour started short after they did finished the album "Rising", so I expected more songs from this album. Blackmores solo project, Rainbow, gave him even greater scope to express himself through his Fender Stratocaster. As consequence many concur that the '76 tour saw Balckmore take his ablility to an even higher level than he had displayed in DP (from the booklet). A "must have" live album from Rainbow produced by Martin Birch. Remastering, Andy Pearce.
Intro: Over The Rainbow
Kill The King
Man On The Silver Mountain
Man On The Silver Mountain
Catch The Rainbow
Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
Still I'm Sad
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