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    Tonight's The Night

    Kategorie: Rock
    Interpret: Rod Stewart Alben anzeigen
    Erstellt von: BeefEater
    Erstellt am: 05. Juni 2017
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    Live at Wembley Arena - (London, England) - DEC 5, 1980

    From the opening recording of "Hot Legs," Rod Stewart makes it clear that blondes indeed have more fun. At least in his case they do. Stewart was winding up a world tour for his newest LP at the time, entitled Foolish Passion in England. It is the holiday season, and Stewart was back home among his fellow Brits. It's clear that he is happy to be there when listening to this recording, done originally for the King Biscuit Flower Hour in 1980.

    Stewart had departed from the Faces three years prior, but this show was very much still in the Faces-sounding tradition, especially on rockers such as Chuck Berry's "Sweet Lil' Rock and Roller," and The Beatles' "Get Back." Since most of the Faces played on the '70s-era Stewart solo albums, it is all a musical blur between his own hits and those of the band. By the time this show was recorded, Stewart was trying to embrace the all-powerful disco movement and still keep his rock credibility. "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" was the answer and it was a huge hit when this show was taped. It's part of the set list as are other dance-oriented Rod rockers such as "Hot Legs" and "Wild Side of Life."

    Rod is always aware of the female fans who have kept him at the top of the charts, and he is sure to provide plenty of love ballads during the show, including "Tonight's The Night," "You're In My Heart," and the old Delaney & Bonnie track, "I Don't Want To Talk About It." In the middle of the set he also does a great cover of the Luther Ingram's R&B classic, "If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right.)" He takes it into the homestretch with a few Stewart mainstays, including "Maggie May" and "You Wear It Well." The highlight of the show may very well be a song written by Gavin Sutherland called "Sailing," which was a minor hit in the U.S., but remains one of Britain's largest selling singles. The crowd sing-a-long response is so great on that song that Stewart actually acknowledges the audience, introducing them as: "Manchester, on lead vocals."

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    Datum 05.12.1980
    Setlist Disc 1:
    01 - Hot Legs
    02 - Sweet Lil' Rock And Roller
    03 - Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright)
    04 - Wild Side Of Life
    05 - You're In My Heart
    06 - If Lovin' You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right)
    07 - She Won't Dance With Me
    08 - I Just Want To Make Love To You
    09 - Passion
    10 - Gi' Me Wings

    Disc 2:
    01 - Maggie May
    02 - Sailing
    03 - I Don't Want To Talk About It
    04 - Da Ya Think I'm Sexy
    05 - Carol
    06 - You Wear It Well
    07 - I Was Only Joking
    Band LineUp Rod Stewart - harmonica, vocals
    Carmine Appice - drums, vocals
    Phil Chen - bass, vocals
    Jim Cregan - guitar, vocals
    Gary Grainger - guitar
    Billy Peek - guitar
    Kevin Savigar - keyboards
    Phil Kenzie - horns
    Linda Lewis - backing vocals
    Recording Typ Soundboard
    Source CDDA
    Qualität Excellent
    Format MP3
    Bitrate VBR HQ (256-320 kbps)
    VIP Angebot FLAC Lossless
    Playtime (min:sek) CD1: 54:51 / CD2: 41:28
    Anzahl CD 2
    Dateigrösse (MB) 179.57
    Cover Front, Back
    Archiv Passwort ohne / none


    Wembley Arena, London, United Kingdom

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