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Holy Diver Live [DVD] 
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RONNIE JAMES DIO è una delle icone più importanti della storia del metal. Un artista che vanta un glorioso passato nelle fila di band storiche dell'hard rock come i Rainbow ed i Black Sabbath. Questa performance live del 2005 cattura Dio in grande forma e capace di rapire totalmente il pubblico accorso a questo spettacolare concerto londinese.
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One more for the road then, but tellingly, this is not just another live release - nods to M & S commercials aside, this is a live collection that sees RJD perform the classic 'Holy Diver' album in its entirety - and some job at that. In spite of inevitable signs of strain and sometimes ludicrous improvisation, DIO remains an unbelievable live vocalist, flying the flag for old school heavy metal at full mast with both flair and gusto.
'Holy Diver', 'Don't Talk To Strangers' & 'Rainbow In The Dark' are probably the most popular classics from the album, while lesser known vintages such as 'Gypsy' & 'Caught In The Middle' truly justify the success of this project - and reason 26 to shop for Dio (shepherds pie just out of shot).
Concerning other fan favourites, its the same old song - heavyweight material from his RAINBOW and BLACK SABBATH days to keep even his most ardent fans happy, including a shortened version of the epic 'Sign Of The Southern Cross' and magnificent cuts of 'Stargazer' & 'Tarot Woman'.
Sadly, there's no material from 'Master Of The Moon' itself - disappointing given the album's quality, but given the only song to feature on the tour was 'The Eyes', you wouldn't have bet on any appearances. Finally, its interesting to note that DIO has recorded his latest live chapter with his former guitarist.Read more ›
During the two hour run time the band play a selection of songs from Rainbow, Black Sabbath and Dio in addition to performing the entire of the Holy Diver album.
If the band's line up or the concert's tracklisting bothers you then feel free to give this a miss, but for everyone else you'll find a very strong Live Blu Ray indeed.
The sound, both in terms of recording quality and mix is simply excellent and the picture quality is very high, with suitable camera work and a good pace of editing.
Ronnie James Dio's performance live is fantastic as always and the band which includes Doug Aldrich on guitar, Rudy Sarzo on bass and Scott Warren on keyboards are on top form, performing professionally and delivering the material with flair and enthusiasm.
Drummer Simon Wright even performs a surprisingly enjoyable and musical drum solo, which is lengthy enough to sink your teeth into but still short enough that it never becomes boring.
The band also enliven the material with little twists on the material here and there, such as different drum fills or guitar licks than on record as well as adding dynamic endings to some of the songs which faded out on their original albums.
The only complaint to be had about the film is that there are one or two shots in which the drums on screen are blatantly not coming out of the speakers (simple editing mistakes, where you can see snare rolls in the background during sections without snare rolls) but there are only about three such mistakes in the whole film and therfor not really worth too much concern.Read more ›
On a truly memorable night in London on 22nd October 2005, Dio delivered a complete live performance of their classic 1983 album Holy Diver in front of a wildly enthusiastic sell-out crowd. Not content with that, the band added tracks from across Ronnie James Dio's career with both Rainbow and Black Sabbath as well as other Dio songs to create the ultimate Dio live concert. They rock!
Here is the list of songs the band played in this live concert, which ran for a total of 1 hour and 53 minutes:
(1) Tarot Woman (originally from Rainbow's classic 1976 album Rising);
(2) The Sign of the Southern Cross (originally from Black Sabbath's 1981 album Mob Rules);
(3) One Night in the City (originally from Dio's 1984 album The Last in Line).
Tracks 4 to 12 consist of Dio's 1983 album Holy Diver played in its entirety and in the same order as on the album itself:
(4) Stand Up and Shout; (5) Holy Diver; (6) Gypsy; (7) Caught in the Middle; (8) Don't Talk to Strangers;
(9) Straight Through the Heart; (10) Invisible; (11) Rainbow in the Dark; (12) Shame on the Night.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very disappointing release.
RJD had THE BEST rock voice EVER. Sadly this release from a tour where I have to say he couldn't deliver vocally. Read more
Excellent BD, worth buying, a must for collectors
Spectacular show of this band, which continues as if it were 20 years boys, audio and video in high resolution without words.
When an album like Holy Diver is recorded onto a live performance Blu ray DVD it's a must watch, Dio performs every track off this bands debut album with a few more added on for a... Read morePublished on 8 April 2013 by Bk
Holy Diver Live! Everything he did in his career was always done the best way immaginable, he was a very good singer/performer, and he used to put a lot in his works!Published on 21 Mar. 2013 by Daniel
Ronnie it was a great heavy metal singer for me and millions of fans all over the world, this concerte, revisiting all holy diver its excellent! Read morePublished on 8 July 2012 by Pablo D. Villarroel
Simply a unique rock singer who has always impressed me and most certainly does on this impressive DVD. Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2012 by Bragger_DK