Ian Gillan Band - Live Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima 1977 mp3
Performer:Ian Gillan Band Title:Live Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima 1977 Country: Austria Catalog Number: SJPCD076 Label: Angel Air Released: 2001 Style: Art Rock, Hard Rock, Prog Rock Rating: 4.8 Votes: 043
The gig at the Yubin Chokin Hall, went brilliantly and bought back memories of the visit I made with DEEP PURPLE, which simply did not compare". So wrote IAN GILLAN in his autobiography. It certainly must have made an impression upon him and goes to validate that what we have is indeed a souvenir of a great concert. This is 1977 and although PUNK is happening in the UK things were different in Japan and IGB touched down in Japan on 9th September 1977 for a 6 date tour spread over a 2 week period. The major point being that it gave them plenty of time to relax and sightsee. In fact the band spent the first few days in Tokyo giving them sufficient time to overcome any jet lag before commencing the first gig at Kosei Nenkin Hall. The band arrived in Hiroshima via the Super Express train on 16th September 1977. The visit to the city that only 32 years earlier had been the focal point of the entire world was indeed a sobering occasion. Includes liner notes by Andrew Bedford. Recording information: Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima, Japan . Ian Gillan Band includes: Ian Gillan, Ray Fenwick, John Gustafson, Mark Nauseef, Colin Towns.
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Live Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima - Ian Gillan Band. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Band member Ray Fenwick recorded this gig, which mixes material from the three 1970s Ian Gillan Band studio albums along with the John Gustafson composition What's Your Game, some arrangements of Deep Purple songs, and a medley of 1950s rock & roll tunes. The fidelity, though, is pretty poor, with murky sound and some varying speed, which is especially evident on Woman From Tokyo. Album 2001 9 Songs. Ian Gillan Band. Rock 2001. Money Lender Live. jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Live Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima 1977, 2001. Trying to Get to You, 03:59. Mercury High, 05:46. No Doubt Don't Speak. Kamchatka LIVE - Rock. Justin Timberlake CAN'T STOP THE FEELING Capital FM 105. Live at the Budokan is a live album by the Ian Gillan Band, recorded live on 22 September 1977 in Tokyo, Japan. Originally it was released only in Japan, in 1978 by EastWorld Records, being 'Live At The Budokan' EWS-81112 and 'Live At The Budokan Vol. 2' EWS81113. Each was a single LP in a gatefold sleeve. Several songs from the set did not make it to the albums, as evidenced by audience tapes ROIO. My Baby Loves Me. Live Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima 1977. Trying To Get To You. Mercury High. Rock 'n' Roll Medley: LucilleJailhouse RockHigh School ConfidentialWhole Lotta Shakin' Goin' OnLucille Reprise. Woman From Tokyo. The band arrived in Hiroshima via the Super Express train on 16th September 1977. The visit to the city that only 32 years earlier had been the focal point of the entire world was indeed a sobering occasion. Includes liner notes by Andrew Bedford. Recording information: Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima, Japan 1977. Ian Gillan Band includes: Ian Gillan, Ray Fenwick, John Gustafson, Mark Nauseef, Colin Towns. Barcode: 5055011700765. By Ian Gillan Band. 2001 , 9 songs. Money Lender. Rarities 1975-1977. Live At The Rainbow. The Rockfield Mixes. More Ian Gillan Band. Listen to Live Yubin Chokin Hall, Hiroshima 1977 now. 2001 Angel Air. Ian Gillan. Latest albums by Ian Gillan. Contractual Obligation 2: Live in Warsaw. Ian Gillan Band was a jazz-rock fusion band formed by Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan in 1975 After leaving Deep Purple in 1973, Ian Gillan had retired from the music business to pursue other business ventures, including a motorbike manufacturing company and a hotel. These ventures all ended in failure. This fact, combined with a warm reception to his guest appearance at the Butterfly Ball in 1975 prompted him to resume a singing career and form a new band. Initially called Shand Grenade, Gillan was persuaded to change the band's name to the Ian Gillan Band. He recruited guitaris read more
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