When the Scorpions decided to make a dignified end to their careers, no one could have guessed that this decision would lead to a great response around the world.
Journey performs a long catalog of amazing songs, this moment in time was filmed just right and with a new front man they had a lot to prove to the fans
You get to witness the ageless wonder that is Tommy Shaw, a guy who still sounds and plays like a true rock icon
KISS still reminds us all that it is okay to be old school, it is fine to still wear make up on stage, and it is perfectly acceptable to try to be a “God of Thunder and Rock and Roll”.
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Deep Purple even brings an element of fun in this live setting as you hear long virtuoso pieces that the fans used to, including a drum solo from Paice in Lazy or six-minute keyboard solo by Lord all make for an interesting performance one which many didn’t think could happen considering the bands peak and the turmoil within at one point. If you’re a long time Purple fan, you NEED to check out this performance simply to take a sneak peak in time, a wrinkle of greatness was again rekindled and shared live on stage, chemistry that can only be had when you make great music, and this line up was responsible for so many of those moments early on in their careers.
Appropriately, Wylde retains at least in appearance he’s vocal aptitude. A nice homage is up on the obligatory salute to Dimebag Darrell in “In This River ” , almost bewildered and highly concentrated , he withdraws his characteristic for he’s known muddled vocals and moves to a large extent on pure clean vocals.
On the music itself, everything is filmed with a remarkable HD image quality with excellent 5.1 audio mix very natural and raw to enjoy great and huge gems as’ draw the LINE ‘ , ‘ Mama Kin ‘ , ‘ Monkey on my back ‘ , ‘ Toys in the Attic ‘,’ Rats in the cellar ‘ and ‘ Train kept a rollin ‘ among others, and see a band that despite it’s seniority and physical ailments
What made Ronnie so endearing was how humanly kind he was to his fans and you get that mood from his interviews on the extra features of this DVD, when he’s talking about how he never balked in his music style and why through the years he never changed sound too much, to please the fans, because he new this may enrage some of the loyal fan base