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Rainbow - On Stage album download
Rainbow - On Stage album download
Performer: Rainbow
Title: On Stage
Released: 1977
Style: Hard Rock
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AIFF FLAC MIDI MOD VQF DXD MPC
FLAC size: 1937 mb | MP3 size: 1972 mb | WMA size: 1710 mb
Genre: Rock

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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Total playing time of "Medley" track A3a to A3e is given with 11:20 Mi. but it´s actually 12:10 Mi. .Track A1, A3d and A3e are just stated on the label, but not on the rear cover. The gatefold album includes innersleeves with bandphotos. Rights Society: Austro Mechana. Matrix, Runout (side A): 2929 041 S1 320 B 24 2. Matrix, Runout (side B): 2929 041 S2 320 24 1.

a b c d "Rainbow Official Charts". "Kill The King by Rainbow". Retrieved 28 May 2013. "Rainbow – On Stage (album)". "Album – Rainbow, On Stage". "On Stage Billboard Albums". レインボー レインボーのアルバム売り上げランキング (in Japanese).

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.

Breaking with '70s heavy metal tradition by releasing a live album after only two studio efforts (you're supposed to have three before the live one), Rainbow served up this double platter in 1977. On Stage is full of great songs and playing, but somehow it lacks some of the excitement that existed at those early Ritchie Blackmore concerts. The production is just kind of flat. That doesn't change the fact that there is some great material to be found here and nowhere else, such as the side-long version of "Mistreated," from Deep Purple's Burn