. Comparing this to No Bull 1996, this is far and away superior sound mixing and recording. Clearly the group's dwindling impact was not lost on Angus and Malcolm Young, the band's guitarists and songwriters and brothers. The fidelity of this track is unbelievable. You Shook Me All Night Long 13. The song in question is highlighted.
These dates are not listed in the album booklet and were confirmed by fans synchronizing bootlegs with the album. Whole Lotta Rosie Live at Donington, August 1991 14. I don't actually like seeing many bands live, because they just don't sound good live. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be Live at Donington, August 1991 5. They delve into the production of the show itself, the unique venue, and discuss a few aspects of their careers that tie in to specific songs. Most notably, they headlined that year's Monsters of Rock Festival in Donington, England. Either way, they pumped out a set of killer songs on their 1990 release The Razor's Edge.
Brian Johnson's rough n raw voice, Angus Young's God-like guitar skills, Malcolm Young, One of the best guitarists who will be dearly missed. Title Writer s Length 1. Live at Donington, August 1991 16. Shot on 35mm film rare for a concert release, as most are direct-to-video affairs , 'Live at Donington' does have a more cinematic look than most music flicks, but this transfer is still quite rough around the edges. For Those About to Rock We Salute You Live at Donington, August 1991 19. It's a professional but still vital performance, and one excellently captured by veteran music video director David Mallet. This is where 'Live in Donington' really kicks ass.
Tracks from Live at Donington on have the original audio. Obviously for the high wages. Highway to Hell Live at Donington, August 1991 18. Title Writer s Length 1. There was no expense spared when this concert was in its planning stage. It's incredible to see them live and this video of them at Donington boggles the mind with how insane that show must have been.
They provide the counterpoint to Angus, leaving him free to roam. Another option allows the viewer to focus on just one member for the length of a song. But over the last decade the American Dream has been called into question. In short, the band is on fire. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap 8. The two-hour show was performed before 72,500 spectators and included real cannons, the Hells Bell, an inflatable Rosie and an inflatable Angus. That's the closest to a live show without being there.
Colors are fairly vibrant, but here too they waver in consistency and intensity. The band was given an extra boost by veteran drummer Chris Slade, a propulsive musician who provided driving rhythms for their new material and revitalized their old songs. Work hard, save, sacrifice and you will get ahead. I hope to replace that next month. Angus - Thunderstruck Stereo 21. Let There Be Rock Live at Donington, August 1991 17.
It never fails, once people see that it's a live concert on the big sc reen, about half of your party will be stuck around the tv. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap Live at Donington, August 1991 10. Considering the fact that this is a 15-year-old document of a live event, one has to take the circumstances of the production into consideration. Live albums, collections of rarities, video collections, it's all here. One Of The Best Live Bands Of All Time Great Show. The rest of the band keep pace musically, while remaining grounded on the stage.
Title Writer s Length 1. High Voltage Live at Donington, August 1991 13. The close-ups look better, but there's nothing here that will wow you. Let There Be Rock 15. The Company that produced, recorded and filmed this live footage deserve an award. Thunderstruck Live at Donington, August 1991 2.
Cliff and Malcolm add solid metal rock by just being there. The Track Pack was released on November 2, 2008. Angus - Highway to Hell Surround Sound This is the 3Rd time i have bought Live In Donnington, it keeps growing legs it was stole along with family jewels this time. Considering that they're the masterminds behind one of the most commercially successful bands in all of history, they're surprisingly down to earth. We even got the added bonus that our 18 year old son, who is just learning to play guitar, loves it too. The Jack Live at Donington, August 1991 9.