Rob & Co - Live download flac
The Land of the Free 41:53 I Want You to Want Me Rob & Fab is the lone album by Rob & Fab, financed by Taj Records in 1991 and released by Joss Entertainment in 1992. The album itself sold only 2,000 copies.
A Touch of Evil: Live is Judas Priest's fifth live album. it was released on 14 July 2009 by Sony and Epic labels. The album is the first live album with original vocalist Rob Halford since they reunited, and also the final Judas Priest production to feature guitarist K. K. Downing before his retirement in 2011. It was recorded during the band's 2005, 2008 and 2009 world tours (except for the 2008 and 2009 tour songs, all the rest is taken from 2005's DVD Rising in the East), and released on 14 July 2009.
Dying to Live is the second studio album by American rapper Kodak Black. It was released on December 14, 2018, via Atlantic Records. Dying to Live features guest appearances from Lil Pump, Juice Wrld, Travis Scott and Offset.
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Live 16. James Brown - Live At The Apollo Volume Two 17. The Grateful Dead - Live Dead 18. Donny Hathaway - Live 19. Etta James - Rocks The House! 20. Motorhead - No Sleep Til Hammersmith 21. Neil Young - Live Rust 22. Gene Chandler - Live At The Regal 23. Ike & Tina Turner - What You Hear Is What You Get: Live At Carnegie Hall 24. Otis Redding - Live In Europe 25.
Co-producer – Julie Thompson (3). Composed By – Holly Near, Jeffrey Langley (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B2, B4, B6). Design – Molly Rhodes. Engineer – Marianne Schneller. Photography By – Urve Kuusik. Piano – Jeffrey Langley. Vocals, Co-producer – Holly Near. 모. Includes lyrics sheet Other versions show the recording was done at Pitschel Player's Cabaret; that's not noted on my version.
When the live double album he recorded finally dropped in early ‘76, it soon became the No. 1 album in the . and one of the biggest-selling album of all time. With his infectious live energy, guitar God licks, locks good looks - and, of course, his inventive use of the Talkbox - he gave the songs from his previously released solo albums new life. It remains perhaps the most explosive live album to date. The Who, Live at Leeds. Valentine’s Day 1970 was a wild one for students at Leeds University in England right no. frontman Rob Tyner shouts to open the album’s title track, it's time to kick out the jams, motherf-ckers!" And with that, rock music changed forever. While Kick Out the Jams is in fact the Detroit quintet’s debut release, it was recorded live in concert at the Motor City’s Grande Ballroom over two nights in 1968, Devil’s Night and Halloween.
The best live albums, like the best concerts, don't merely duplicate onstage what you can get from inside the comfort of your own home. The best live albums transcend the studio recordings from which they originate; they give you the feeling that something really magical happened in concert that particular night. Most of the records in the above gallery of the Top 10 Live Albums document the artists during their peak years and at the top of their concert game. A couple even redefine the parameters of the live album
Rob Zombie Talks Filmmaking, Upcoming Album, Alice Cooper + More. Rob Zombie has done a masterful job of juggling his music and film careers over the last decade plus and the multi-tasker recently found a few moments to chat with 'Loudwire Nights' host Full Metal Jackie about how he goes about making movies, the confidence he has in the music he's making these days and more. The only thing that carries over from both is an understanding of pacing. I try to pace the live set like you would pace a movie. You want to have a big opening, an interesting middle and a big ending. I think that's the biggest thing, but that's just a three-act structure which is very common in any sort of situation. Rob, you recently joined Alice Cooper onstage in Connecticut. What it is about Alice that never gets old in terms of his influence on you?
|2||Ich Hab Meine Ruh|
|4||Spiel Mir Den Blues|
|7||Back To The Roots|
- Bass – Jürgen Trunczik
- Drums – Frank Heinrichs
- Guitar, Vocals – Rob Becker
- Keyboards – Erhard Hoffmann
- Saxophone – Michael Kempf
- Trumpet, Vocals – Tina Folscheid
- Vocals – Maggie Sesto
Altes Kesselhaus, Bitburg (30.6.1994)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 8266
- Rights Society: GEMA