The Test Open Air Festival Loreley 29.8.1981
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Actual Loreley Open Air No.1 but it wasn't broadcast live. It was supposed to be a test, in order to see if such concerts were able to be organized.
10 Years of Rockpalast to this Concert:
This London band's name was derived from one of Sonny Boy Williamson's song-titles. In 1977 they started out as "Stan's Blues Band", and the name said all. Rhythm & Blues, Boogie and Rock'n'Roll. In 1979 the band was renamed. They turned out to be a superb live band, which was proven quite well by their 1980 LP 'Live at the Marquee". They toured as openers for The Kinks and The Who. Their activities in the Studio were never so impressive. In 1983 the band dissolved and the new Formations of the former band members and the trials in New Wave were not quite successful and that's how it came to a reformation of Nine Belo Zero. They never reached high sales, but up until today they're still a successful live band. In 1996 they once again played at the Rockpalast Open Air with the "Band of Friends" for a tribute to Rory Gallagher.
Dennis Greaves - guitar, voc
01 Don't Point Your Finger At The Guitar Man (2'50'') 02 Homework (2'30'') 03 True Love Is A Crime (3'25'') 04 Ridin' On The L+N (4'20'') 05 Helen (3'20'') 06 Sugar Beat (3'55'') 07 Sugar Mama (5'15'') 08 Rockin' Robin (3'30'') 09 Treat Her Right (2'25'') 10 You Can't Please All The People All The Time (7'15'') 11 Why Don't You Try Me (3'35'') 12 Three Times Enough (2'10'') 13 One Way Street (7'15'') 14 Pack Fair And Square (2'25'') 15 Can't Say Yes Can't Say No (3'50'')
Live at the Marquee (1980) A&M 68515 Live at the Venue (1980) Receiver Records Don't point your finger (1981) A&M 68521 Live In London (1981) Indigo Records Third degree (1982) A&M 68537 Nine Below Zero (1991) China CHI 9019 On the Road Again (1991) China Records Off The Hook (1992) China CHI 9033 Work Shy (1992) The Best Of NBZ (1994) China Records NBZ with Alannah Myles (1994) Hot Music For A Cold Night (1994) IRS Records US Ice Station Zebro (1995) Pangaea Records Covers (1997) ZED Records Saturday Night Live in London (1997) Indigo Give Me No Lip Child (2000) Indigo/Zomba 37345242 Chilled (2004) Zed Records Live at the Marquee (2004) Sony Both Sides Of (2008) Angel Air/Fenn It's Never Too Late! (2009) Zed Records The Co-Operative (2011) Live At The Marquee (2012) UMC/Mercury CD/DVD A to Zed - The Very Best of (2013) Zed Records Don't Point Your Finger (2014) UMC 2CD Expanded Edition Third Degree (2014) UMC 2CD Expanded Edition Live At Gifhorn (2016) Sireena 2CD Avalanche (2019) Zed Live at Rockpalast 1981+1996 (2020) MIG/Indigo 3CD+2DVD Box
On the Road Again (2005) SPV DVD Bring It On Home (2007) DVD Live at Rockpalast 1981+1996 (2020) MIG/Indigo 3CD+2DVD Box
This band got its name from a car that Donnie Van Zant received as a gift for his 16th birthday, a 1938 Buick Special. (or was it a gun with .38 ?) Donnie was the younger brother of Lynyrd Skynyrd's singer Ronnie Van Zant, who passed away in an airplane crash. Encouraged by Lynyrd Skynyrd's success, the band formed in 1975. 38 Special were constantly on tour with their heavy Southern-Rock-Sound . Wild guitarslaughters belonged to their show. In 1979 they entered the charts for the first time with their LP 'Rockin' Into The Night'. They received platinum for their Album 'Wild Southern Boys' and the Single 'Hold On Loosely ' ended up being a hit. Unfortunately the band wasn't able to keep up their high standards and their sound slowly transformed into mainstream Hardrock. But 38 Special was always a very good live band.
Original - Musicians:
Donnie Van Zant - voc
01 Turn It On (4'30'') 02 First Time Around (3'50'') 03 Stone Cold Believer (4'50'') 04 Robin Hood (6'00'') 05 Wild Eyes Southern Boys (5'00'') 06 Hold On Loosely (5'05'') 07 Back Alley Sally (4'10'') 08 Around And Around (4'25'') 09 Rockin' Into The Night (4'40'') 10 I've Been A Mover (6'25'') 11 Fortunate Son (5'20'')
38 Special (1977) A&M 4638 Special Delivery (1978) A&M 4684 Rockin' Into The Night (1979) A&M 4782 Wild-Eyed Southern Boys (1980) A&M 4835 Special Forces (1982) A&M 4888 Tour De Force (1983) A&M 64971 Strength In Numbers (1986) A&M 395 115-1 Flashback: Best of .38 Special (1987) A&M 393 910-1 Rock N' Roll Strategy (1988) A&M 395 218-1 Bone Against Steel (1991) Charisma Rockin' into the Night (1991) A&M Resolution (1997) SPV 085-18752 Live At Sturgis (2000) SPV The Very Best Of The A&M Years (2003) A&M (1977-1988) Drivetrain (2004) UK Live in Texas (2010)
Live At Sturgis (2000) SPV
The Outlaws formed in 1965 in Tampa, Florida, but they are really known since mid of
the seventies. They considered themselves an American Rock Band with Country and
Folk influences, but generally counted to the Southern Rock Bands. In 1975 they went
on their first big-scale U.S. Tour as openers for Lynyrd Skynyrd. lt was Ronnie Van
Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd who recommended the Outlaws and that's how they were able to
sign their first record deal with Arista in 1975. Their first album sold over half a
million copies. In 1977 the first changes in the band's constellation took place and
their sound started to be a bit heavier. In the following year they brought out
their Live LP 'Bring 'em Back Alive', that was able to demonstrate the band's live
qualities quite impressively. After 1980 the band's situation calmed down somewhat
as they slowly drifted into the mainstream scene. They tried their luck in the
Hardrock sector with their LP 'Los Hombres Malo' but the former quality of the
compositions and the typical Outlaw's Sound were not as easily heard as before.
After a 4-year break they returned to the scene in 1986 with a new
Original - Musicians:
David Dix - dr
01 Devil's Road (5'30'') 02 Hurry Sundown (4'30'') 03 Holiday (5'10'') 04 Long Gong (3'50'') 05 Angels Hide (6'40'') 06 Waterhole (2'25'') 07 There Goes Another Love Song (3'45'') 08 Green Grass And High Tides (18'20'') 09 Ghost Riders In The Sky (8'00'')
Outlaws (1975) Arista 201106 Lady In Waiting (1976) Arista 201113 Hurry Sundown (1977) Arista 201121 Bring'em Back Alive (1978) Arista 300689 Playin'To Win (1978) Arista 201134 In The Eye Of The Storm (1979) Arista 201182 Ghost Riders (1980) Arista 203108 Greatest Hits (1982) Arista Los Hombres Malo (1982) Arista 204558 High Tides Forever (S) (1982) Arista 205184 Soldiers Of Fortune (1986) Pasha 4501351 Hittin' The Road - Live (1993) Diablo Canyon (1994) Arista Best of the Outlaws (1996) Green Grass & High Tides There Goes Another Love Song (1999) Greatest Hits: High Tides Forever (2000) The Heritage Collection (2000) Extended Versions (2002) Live Platinum & Gold Collection (2002) Too Many Fools Following Too Many Rules (2004) It's About Pride (2012) Los Angeles 1976 (2015) Live Legacy Live (2016) SPV 2 CD Dixie Highway (2020) SPV Live at Rockpalast 1981 (2020) MIG/Indigo CD+DVD
This band too, has it's name from a manipulated cars name. Thin Lizzy could not be imagined without the name 'Phil Lynott'. Lynott was born on 20th August 1949 in Dublin as the son of Brazilian and Irish parents. He was the singer, bassist and composer as well as the center of attention of the band. He was a Rock'n'Roll entertainer, who knew how to work with the audience. The German magazine 'Musik Express' called him an exciting and attractive Rock-Gypsy'.
In 1969 he founded the trio 'Thin Lizzy' along with his school friends Eric Bell and Brian Downey. The direction was clear: Hardrock based on a Rhythm & Blues foundation. In their early years Thin Lizzy played in diverse small clubs. A first record deal in 1972 didn't bring the success they'd hoped for. Success finally set in in 1972 with their cover-version of the Irish-folk song 'Whiskey in a Jar', with which they reached 6 th place in the British and 7 th place in the German charts. Now they were well known in all of Europe, but were not able to keep up the success with the following LP. In 1974 Eric Bell left the band and was replaced by Gary Moore, who left the band shortly afterwards. This started a constant coming and going of the guitarists:
Gary Moore - Andy Gee - John Cann - Brian Robertson - Scott Gorham - Gary Moore - Midge Ure - Snowy White - John Sykes.
The band was able to present itself as an excellent Hardrock formation with the new album 'Nightlife' and the single 'Philomena' on a new label. Their climb to reach the Rock Olymp began. They were now playing as headliners of large festivals. In 1976 they were able to set foot in the American charts with the single 'The Boys Are Back In Town'. Their first international hit-album 'Jailbreak' was released. With his distinguished voice and charisma, Phil was able to celebrate the songs that told stories about romance, bad boys and drugs on the stage. In the years 1976/77 they went on long stretched tour's, that were well kept on their Live LP 'Live and Dangerous'. Thin Lizzy now belonged to the great Hardrock bands of the world. The 1979 LP 'Black Rose' was additionally influenced by Gary Moore, who suddenly and unexpectedly left the band during the tour following the album's release. Until 1981 Snowy White played guitar and also composed some songs. Already in 1982, as Lynott started solo projects the first rumors were going around that the band was going to dissolve. In 1983 Lynott could see no more perspective for Thin Lizzy and finally called it quits. His solo career was not quite successful and there was not much turbulence about him. On the 4 th January 1986 Sex, Drugs, and Rock'n'Roll called for another victim. Phil Lynott died due to heart failure in Salisbury, England.
On the 17 th May 1986 Thin Lizzy reunited to honor Lynott. Bob Geldolf took the part of the singer.
Phil Lynott - Bass,Vocal
01 Are You Ready (3'05'') 02 Genocide (5'35'') 03 Waiting For An Alibi (3'45'') 04 Jailbreak (4'15'') 05 Trouble Boys (4'15'') 06 Don't Believe A Word (2'20'') 07 Memory Pain (6'00'') 08 Got To Give It Up (7'45'') 09 Chinatown (4'45'') 10 Hollywood (4'35'') 11 Cowboy Song (7'30'') 12 The Boys Are Back In Town (4'35'') 13 Suicide (5'10'') 14 Black Rose (7'50'') 15 Sugar Blues (6'00'') 16 Baby Drives Me Crazy (9'20'') 17 Rosalie (7'20'') 18 Angel Of Death (Disaster) (5'40'') 19 Emerald (4'20'')
Thin Lizzy (1971) Decca SKL 5082 Shades Of A Blue Orphanage (1972) Decca TXS 5170 Vagabonds Of The Western World (1973) Decca 621535 Nightlife (1974) Vertigo 6360116 Fighting (1975) Vertigo 6360121 Jailbreak (1976) Vertigo 6360130 Johnny The Fox (1976) Vertigo 6360138 Bad Reputation (1977) Vertigo 6360154 Live And Dangerous (1977) Vertigo 6641810 Black Rose (1979) Vertigo 6360169 China Town (1980) Vertigo 6359030 Renegade (1981) Vertigo 6359083 Thunder And Lightning (1983) Vertigo 810490 Life (1983) Vertigo 812882 Thunder & Lightning (1983) Warner Brother Whiskey in the Jar (1984) Contour Lizzy Lives! (1976-1984) (1984) Grand Slamm Thin Lizzy Live (1992) ROIR Life Live (1993) Warner Brother BBC Radio 1 Live (1994) ROIR Peel Sessions (1995) Strange Fruit Wild One: The Very Best of.. (1996) Vertigo One Night Only (2000) SPV Vagabonds Kings Warrior Angles (2001) Universal 4 CD Set Thin Lizzy - Greatest Hits (2005) Universal DCD Vagabonds, Kings, Warriors, Angels (2006) earBOOKS/Universal 4CDs Hardcover 116 pages UK Tour 75 (2008) Rock Legends (2020) Universal 6CD/DVD
Dedication The Very Best Of (????) PMV Live & Dangerous (????) PMV Thin Lizzy in Concert Sidney'78 (????) Feedback 50 min. The Boys Are Back In Town - Live 1978 (????) Rhino DVD Thin Lizzy At Rockpalast (2004) Fernseh Allianz DVD Inside Thin Lizzy 1971-1983 (2004) Classic Rock Thin Lizzy - Greatest Hits (2005) DVD Mercury UK The Ultimate Collection (2006) American Legends/Soulfoods 3DVDs Thunder And Lightning Tour (2006) Sony/BMG Videobiography (2007) Soulfood 2DVD+Book The Rocker - A Portrait Of Thin Lizzy's Philip Lynott (2007) Lynott's Last Stand (2010) inakustik Live In Concert 1983 (2011) XXL Media Live At The National Stadium Dublin (2012) Universal
Phil Lynott, The Rocker
The Ballad of the Thin Man
Songs for while I'm away
Soldiers Of Fortune
Thin Lizzy - Alan Byrne
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