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Anthology

7 Sep 2009 | Format: MP3

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Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
3:32
2
4:39
3
4:36
4
3:53
5
5:58
6
8:11
7
8:28
8
15:35
9
5:29
10
6:47
11
3:36
12
5:00
Disc 2
1
6:39
2
3:18
3
4:51
4
5:12
5
3:50
6
4:01
7
3:17
8
3:11
9
5:17
10
4:41
11
6:39
12
4:19
13
4:25
14
4:32
15
4:16
16
5:25


Product details

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Polydor Ltd. (UK)
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  • Total Length: 2:29:37
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  • ASIN: B002KYEF8W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,964 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By P. R. Storey on 4 Oct 2009
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This CD sounds superb,a lot better than the previous "Anthology" which i was dissapointed with because of the rather poor remastering.Its all here for you to enjoy the hits ,the great album tracks and some choice live cuts of which "All night long" live is superb.The sound quality really is excellant and certainly does not sound dated at all which i was a little worried about before i bought this CD.Its nicely presented with the different band line ups shown on the sleeve notes. A must have CD which will grace your collection and a reminder of how great rock n roll music can sound.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By T. PAXTON on 21 Sep 2009
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Most of this set is material which will be familiar and readily available to Rainbow fans, but the gems of this anthology are two tracks recorded "live" featuring Joe Lynn Turner, and one with Graham Bonnet.

The JLT era tracks were previously available on the b-side of the 12" single Can't Let You Go, and were apparently recorded live, however a distinct polish and tightness to the tracks, plus complete absence of audience noise suggests they may be from a soundcheck. Nonetheless they are superb renditions of firstly Stranded, then All Night Long, the latter a good blend of a faster and more aggressive sounding track than the Down to Earth studio version, but with the smoother vocals of JLT. Ritchie's guitar tone is especially good on these tracks.

The Graham Bonnet track is Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, from his (and Cozy's) last live outing with Rainbow at the inaugural Monsters of Rock in 1980. Just as Ritchie cranks up a rather crackly guitar and the whole band pitch in for the second verse, GB blasts into a lung tearing high E in full voice - "one louder" and higher than his trademark top D which features in many tracks from his career - quite a feat given this was the second last song of a lengthy set.

It's a pity this represents only the 4th track from that set to be officially released, and only 3 of which are out on CD (Stargazer is only available on the vinyl Monsters of Rock compilation album). Hopefully some day the whole set will become available, coupled with (we can only hope) a full version of the gig on film to compensate for the poorly edited 30 minute BBC Rock Week special which aired at the time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr M T Brown on 14 Jan 2013
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This album is fantastic, even my 9 and 11 year olds love listening to "lost in hollywood" at full blast!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Woody on 21 Nov 2009
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This is a tale of 3 Rainbows, covering a musical spectrum to suit most rock fans tastes. The genius of Ritchie Blackmore shines throughout, having been frustrated in the funkadelic dying embers of Deep Purple, he really lets his creative juices flow from start to finish. And nowhere better will you find the domineering power of Cozy Powell behind the sticks.
The first CD covers my favourite period (5/5), the Ronnie James Dio era. This era covers Rainbow's best work, it really doesn't get much better than this for a heavy rock fan. Dio's voice is strong, powerful yet warm and mellow, illustrated best on Temple of the King. Stargazer, taken from one of classic rock's all time killer albums shines like a diamond, and Blackmore's eastern influenced guitar riff's are exemplified on Gates of Babylon. My only moan is the inclusion of the live material. One of my all time favourites is Catch the Rainbow, but here we are given an inferior live version from that on Rainbow's first album.
The second CD covers the more commercial side to Rainbow, with singers Graham Bonnet and Joe Lynn Turner. This is the Rainbow most people will recognise, displaying their lighter colours. Bonnet lets rip with Eyes of the World and Lost in Hollywood, but its Since You've been Gone which poptastically gave Rainbow a top 10 too many years ago to mention. Makin' Love should be here but is overlooked. Turner's era is less impressive but still has some noteworthy songs, especially Blackmore's version of the Snowman, which should keep the kids interested. Again, Rainbow scored a chart success with I Surrender, but their lesser known and better single Can't Happen Here is not included. Record companies, please pack in the live stuff on these compilations, unless it's Frampton or UFO!
If you want a good overview of Rainbow's talents, then this should suffice without buying the whole catalogue.
Long live rock'n'roll - oh no, it can't happen here!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MANOFMUSIC on 20 Feb 2012
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This comprehensive compiliation, including Live tracks, arrived promptly, and was superb value. It captures the quintessence of Rainbow over the course of 28 tracks, and is a must for any rock fan of the mid seventies-mid eighties period.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Spanishbantam on 10 Feb 2011
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Having grown up listening to this on my dads LPs I am happy to say that this really stands the test of time, great tunes, great tracks, great fun.
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