Live in Japan 1984 - Complete Edition Remastered Alcatrazz

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2018

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
28.09.2018

Label: earMUSIC

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Hard Rock

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  • 1Opening (Live in Japan 1984)01:17
  • 2Too Young to Die, Too Drunk to Live (Live in Japan 1984)05:02
  • 3Hiroshima Mon Amour (Live in Japan 1984)04:24
  • 4Night Games (Live in Japan 1984)03:14
  • 5Big Foot (Live in Japan 1984)04:54
  • 6Island in the Sun (Live in Japan 1984)04:09
  • 7Kree Nakoorie (Live in Japan 1984)07:38
  • 8Coming Bach (Live in Japan 1984)03:49
  • 9Since You Been Gone (Live in Japan 1984)03:57
  • 10Suffer Me (Live in Japan 1984)04:55
  • 11Desert Song (Live in Japan 1984)05:40
  • 12Jet to Jet (Live in Japan 1984)05:08
  • 13Evil Eye (Live in Japan 1984)05:35
  • 14Guitar Crash (Live in Japan 1984)04:40
  • 15All Night Long (Live in Japan 1984)07:10
  • 16Lost in Hollywood (Live in Japan 1984)07:33
  • 17Kojo No Tsuki (Live in Japan 1984)01:36
  • 18Something Else (Live in Japan 1984)03:28
  • Total Runtime01:24:09

Info zu Live in Japan 1984 - Complete Edition Remastered

Anfang 1984 tourten Alcatrazz, die legendäre US-Hard-Rock-Band, bestehend aus dem herausragenden Gesangstalent Graham Bonnet (ex-Rainbow und The Michael Schenker Group) und dem jungen Gitarrengenie Yngwie J. Malmsteen, durch Japan. Erstmals erscheint ihre erfolgreiche Show aus dem Nakano Sun Plaza in bisher unveröffentlichter Länge und mit komplett restauriertem, neu gemixtem und gemasterten Sound.

Im Rahmen einer langen Recherche wurden die Original 24 Kanal Audio-Multitracks dieser einzigartigen Show wiederentdeckt, komplett wiederhergestellt, neu gemixed und gemastert, um die wahre Großartigkeit des ursprünglichen Live-Auftritts nachzubilden.

Diese Live-Veröffentlichung ist eine Reise zurück ins Jahr 1984, direkt in die erste Reihe des Nakano Sun Plaza, wo sich der Zuschauer mitreißen lässt von Hits wie ,Too Young To Die, Too Drunk To Live' bis hin zu Island ,In The Sun' und ,Hiroshima Mon Amour' aus Alcatrazz Debüt-Album ,,No Parole From Rock n' Roll". Die Band spielt ebenfalls Songs aus Bonnets Repertoire aus seiner Zeit bei Rainbow, unter anderem, 'All Night Long', ,Since You Been Gone' und ,Lost In Hollywood' plus ,Desert Song' von The Michael Schenker Group und Grahams Solo-Hit ,Night Games'.

Außerdem werden wir Zeuge der Anfänge eines aufstrebenden, 20 Jahre alten Gitarrengottes names Yngwie J. Malmsteen. Sein magisches Gitarrenspiel zieht sich durch die gesamte Show und zeigt sich vor allem in Solos wie ,Evil Eye' und ,Coming Bach'.

Für all diejenigen, die dort waren, aber auch für diejenigen, die nicht dabei sein konnten oder noch gar nicht geboren waren, ist die nun erhältliche, komplette Show eine großartige Möglichkeit, dahin zurück zu gehen, wo alles begann.

Alcatrazz


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Alcatrazz
The American heavy metal band Alcatrazz was formed in Los Angeles in 1983 by vocalist Graham Bonnet, (Rainbow) bassist Gary Shea,(New England) and keyboardist Jimmy Waldo, (New England). The band was first meant to feature ex-Nazareth guitarist Zal Cleminson and ex-Jethro Tull drummer Barriemore Barlow, but they both had commitments in Europe and pulled out at the last moment. Instead the group found Yngwie Malmsteen through their manager Andy Truman, who had heard about the young Swedish guitarist from a friend at Ozz Records. Guitarist Laurence Juber (Wings) had been auditioned, but was not right for the groups vision. Shea named the group Alcatrazz and Bonnet coined the phrase "Thinking Man`s Heavy Metal"

A number of drummers were brought in including Ayensly Dunbar (Journey), Bill Lordan (Robin Trower), and Clive Burr (Iron Maiden). Jan Uvena (Alice Cooper) was eventually chosen as the groups new drummer. A recording deal was secured with Rocshire/M.C.A. Records and Dennis Mackay (Jeff Beck, Al DiMeola) was brought in to produce.

With the release of their debut album "No Parole", The band played a 40 city tour across North America with Ted Nugent. While headlining in Japan Alcatrazz recorded a live album "Live Sentence", with both albums going gold.

By this time a rift was developing between the band and Malmsteen. They were unhappy about Malmsteen`s constant soloing during their live shows and becoming difficult to work with. A decision was made to find a new guitarist for the band`s upcoming second album.

At this time Alcatrazz entered into a new recording contract with Capitol Records. Ex Frank Zappa guitarist Steve Vai was brought into the fold. Vai had just completed his solo lp "Flexible" and was looking to play music with a harder edge. Producer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix) was brought onboard and a second tour of Japan was undertaken with Kramer recording sound for the group`s live D.V.D. This gave the band a chance to play new material with a new guitarist, before hitting the studio. Back in Los Angeles 'Disturbing The Peace" was recorded at Cherokee Studios.

The band was very exited about their new direction, but problems with manager Andy Truman emerged. This got in the way of the new album`s release and promotion. Eventually a tour of the Southwest was undertaken but the album was lost. At this time David Lee Roth offered Vai to be the guitarist in his new solo band. Vai took an offer he couldn`t refuse.

Alcatrazz entered into new management with Wendy Dio, wife of Ronnie James Dio. The Niji Management camp suggested Danny Johnson (Rick Derringer, Rod Stewart) as a new guitarist. Johnson was hired and the group recorded their third lp "Dangerous Games". Capitol Records, just off their success with Heart, offered the band some outside material which Bonnet flatly refused, souring the Capitol relationship. With the release of the album, the band again toured North America, but problems with Bonnet`s difficulty to work with and lack of direction, Alcatrazz disbanded in 1987.

Gary Shea and Jan Uvena went on to record with Swedish guitarist Jonas Hansson, while Waldo became a member of Quiet Riot.

Jimmy Waldo and Graham Bonnet recorded under the name Blackthorne, with guitarist Bob Kulick.



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