GLENN and Tomas Broman
Joe Lynn Turner and GLENN
GLENN and JJ
JJ and Joe Lynn Turner
JJ, Joe Lynn Turner and GLENN
Joe Lynn Turner, GLENN, JJ and Tomas Broman
YEEEOWW!!!! Nine hours on and my ears are still ringing.
Great early pics,David,from what was a memorable night.Many highlights and these offset some sound problems that,I felt,meant some songs were distorted in part.
These guys have incredible energy(more than me this morning!)and is a credit to them after what must have been a challenging tour - lets hope that as a result the exposure will mean more airplay and other media opportunities.
Did they play anything after "Burn" as we had to leave to get last train home?
To the best of my recollection the Setlist for the Mean Fiddler was the same as previously listed for Bradford:
Can't Stop Rock & Roll
Losing My Head
Alone I Breathe
Street of Dreams
Death Alley Driver
You Keep on Moving
A truly great night but I still cringe at the thought of "I Surrender".Surely JLT doesn't love the song that much - wasn't it Graham Bonnett's(?)debut with Rainbow?
I thought JLT and Glenn harmonised really well and I was impressed with JLT's voice,the first time I have heard him live. They worked really well together on stage and actually looked like they get on well together (where did JLT keep disappearing to?).
'Mistreated' was fantastic - I sometimes find it can drag on but JJ's guitar work kept it interesting. Glenn's 'soulful'section sent a shiver up the spine (in the same vein as "Still in Love with You" from the Burning Japan Live album.
Tomas Broman's drumming was great but unfortunately I couldn't appreciate a lot of the 'subtleties' of Kjell's keyboard work as the sound did seem distorted from time to time(maybe I was just deafened after "Hold On"!!)
Have a good holiday
I surrender was on the Difficult To Cure album
which was JLT first with Rainbow. I think it reach No 4 in the Uk chart.
All The Best
Alan (Stargazer 100)
Oops! Thanks for putting me straight on the "I Surrender" issue - I was thinking of that other pop classic that Graham did sing on, "Since you've been gone".