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Rainbow - Japan Tour '84 mp3 album

  • Performer: Rainbow
  • Title: Japan Tour '84
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Japan
  • Released: 1984
  • Style: Hard Rock
  • MP3 album: 1511 mb
  • FLAC album: 1651 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 374
Rainbow - Japan Tour '84 mp3 album

The Rainbow Tour is the fourth headlining concert tour by American recording artist Kesha, in support of her third studio album Rainbow (2017). It is her first solo tour since the Warrior Tour in 2013. The tour started in Birmingham on September 26, 2017 and is scheduled to end November 16, 2019, Grossing over 76 million in total.

Rainbow: Japan Tour (1984). 1h 45min Video 1984. Final Concert by Rainbow. Features Classics I Surrender, Catch The Rainbow, Street Of Dreams And Difficult To Cure.

Complete information of Rainbow's bootleg Japan Tour 84, by The Way Of Wizards label. Japan Tour 84. Concert at Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan. Label: The Way Of Wizards. Catalog number: WOW 002. Source

Japan Tour '84 ‎(DVD, Unofficial, Dig). Crime Crow Productions. Live At Budokan, Tokyo, Japan Tour '84 ‎(DVD, Unofficial, PAL). Atticus Music Distribution Ltd, Stejtex. Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow.

All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. rainbow - Platinum video collection (live between the eyes 1982 225min, ntsc + japan tour '84, 115min).

Rainbow - Live In Japan mp3 flac download free. Album: Live In Japan. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Label: Eagle Records ‎– GQCS-90051/2, Eagle Records ‎– GQCX-90022/3 Type: 2 x CD, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 18 Nov 2015 Category: Rock Style: Classic Rock, Hard Rock. Rainbow - Live In Japan MP3 version. 2804 downloads at 28 mb/s. Rainbow - Live In Japan FLAC version. 2914 downloads at 32 mb/s.

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Spotlight Kid
Miss Mistreated
I Surrender
Can't Happen Here
Catch The Rainbow
Street Of Dreams
Fool For The Night
Difficult To Cure / Beethoven's Ninth
Blues (Instrumental)
Death Alley Driver
Fire Dance
All Night Long
Since You've Been Gone
Smoke On The Water


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TE-D030 Rainbow Japan Tour '84 ‎(Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, Ana) Toei Video TE-D030 Japan 1984
STTP 032/033 Rainbow Japan Tour 1984 ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Shout To The Top STTP 032/033 Japan 1999
GANJA62 Rainbow Live In Japan ‎(DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC) Ganja GANJA62 2004
CCPDVD014 Rainbow Japan Tour '84 ‎(DVD, Unofficial, Dig) Crime Crow Productions CCPDVD014 Germany 2005
MP 42073 Rainbow Live At Budokan, Tokyo ‎(DVD-V, Comp, Unofficial, NTSC) Masterplan MP 42073 Russia 2006
MP 42073 Rainbow Live At Budokan, Tokyo ‎(DVD-V, P/Unofficial) Masterplan MP 42073 Germany 2006
none Rainbow Live At Budokan, Tokyo, Japan Tour '84 ‎(DVD, Unofficial, PAL) Atticus Music Distribution Ltd, Stejtex none Serbia 2007
WT 9907 Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow* Live In Japan ‎(DVD, Unofficial, Multichannel, NTSC, Dol) Woodstock Tapes WT 9907 US 2008
none Rainbow Japan Tour '84 ‎(2xDVD, Ltd, Num, Unofficial) Not On Label none Japan 2015
none Rainbow Japan Tour '84 ‎(DVD-V, Unofficial) Toei Video none Unknown

Reviews about Rainbow - Japan Tour '84 (2):
I love this release! Don't get me wrong it's quite flawed. It appears to be from a Japanese PPV. It's blurry (even for being shot on video tape), even slightly pixelated at times. Though quite watchable, it can be light on detail. Luckily it's a source issue and not a generational issue. Especially in this HD age. More importantly the sound... Good, not great. Sound matches the picture in a way. It's a bit flat with lack of instrument separation. Like it was recorded from a VHS source. It needs a fair amount of EQ on the Home Theater to sound really good. So why do I love this release then? Because once you've dialed in the sound as best you can and your "used" to the picture. Which does not take long... Ritchie and Band play their asses off!! The setlist and performance are inspired!! Look Ritchie could "call it in" at times. Especially at this, the end of Rainbow's first run. Not here! Whether they knew it was a PPV? Or, the crowd's energy? Or, playing with a Japanese symphony? This DVD is well worth it and a joy to watch and hear the Master and his band at work.
Signature epic "Stargazer" from the Dio era is conspicuous in its absence.

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