Guns N’ Roses – Nightrain (Tokyo 92′)

Guns N’ Roses is an American rock band that was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1985. The band, led by frontman and co-founder Axl Rose, has gone through numerous line-up changes and controversies since its formation. The band has released six studio albums, three EPs and one live album during its career. The band has sold an estimated 100 million albums worldwide,[4][5] including over 43 million in the United States.[6] The band’s 1987 major label debut album Appetite for Destruction has sold in excess of 28 million copies and reached number one on the United States Billboard 200. In addition, the album charted three Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including “Sweet Child o’ Mine” which reached number one.[7] The 1991 albums Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II debuted on the two highest spots on the Billboard 200 and have sold a combined 14 million copies in the United States alone and 35 million worldwide. After over a decade of work, the band released their follow-up album, Chinese Democracy, in 2008. Their mid-to-late eighties and early nineties years have been described by individuals in the music industry as the period in which “they brought forth a hedonistic rebelliousness and revived the punk attitude-driven hard rock scene, reminiscent of the early Rolling Stones.” The Use Your Illusion Tour was a promotional tour for the albums Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II, although due to the scale of the tour, the term “promotional tour” is

בכל פעם שאני מתאהב (בך מחדש) -יזהר אשדות

בקרוב אלבום חדש. יזהר בפייסבוק: הקליפ המקורי של אחד מלהיטיו הגדולים של יזהר, מתוך האלבום “הופעה חיה בהארד רוק קפה” שיצא ביולי 1995. במאי: שחר אריאל One of Izhar Ashdot’s biggest hits, “Bechol paam she’ani mitahev (Every time i fall in love with you, again), the only studio track on the 1995 album, “Live at the Hard Rock Cafe”.
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Brian May Interview with Tony Iommi (Part 1)

Part 1 of Brian May’s appearance on Tony Iommi’s radio show on Planet Rock Radio in 2006. ————————————– “Queen” “Freddie Mercury” “Brian May” “Roger Taylor” “John Deacon” “Keep Yourself Alive” “Queen II” “Seven Seas of Rhye” Sheer Heart Attack” Killer Queen” “Now I’m Here” “A Night at the Opera” “Bohemian Rhapsody” “You’re My Best Friend” “A Day At The Races” “Somebody To Love” “Tie Your Mother Down” “Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy” “News Of The World” We Will Rock You” We Are The Champions” “Spread Your Wings” “Jazz” “Bicycle Race” “Don’t Stop Me Now” “Fat Bottomed Girls” “Live Killers” “Love Of My Life” “The Game” “Play The Game” “Save Me” “Another One Bites The Dust” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” “Flash Gordon” “Flash” “The Hero” “Hot Space” “Body Language” “Under Pressure” “Las Palabras De Amor” “The Works” “The Complete Works” “Radio Ga Ga” “I Want To Break Free” “It’s A Hard Life” “Hammer To Fall” “A Kind Of Magic” “One Vision” “Who Wants To Live Forever” “Friends Will Be Friends” “The Miracle” “Breakthru” “Scandal” “I Want It All” “The Invisible Man” “Innuendo” “I’m Going Slightly Mad” “These Are The Days of our Lives” “The Show Must Go On” “Headlong” “Live at Wembley” “At The Beeb” “Classic Queen” “Made In Heaven” “Heaven for Everyone” “Mother Love” “Too Much Love Will Kill You” “I Was Born To Love You” You Don’t Fool Me” A Winter’s Tale” “Queen + Paul Rodgers” “Greatest Hits” “Greatest Hits II” “Greatest Hits III” Queen Rocks” “Queen
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Brian May Roger Taylor Queen Set – Prince’s Trust Rock Gala Concert NOV 2010

Brian May and Roger Taylor’s performance at The Prince’s Trust Gala Concert 17 November 2010 – These Are The Days of Our Lives (Roger Taylor on vocal), Last Horizon (Brian May), Hard Life (Tom Chaplin of Keane vocals), Seven Seas of Rhye (Midge Ure vocals), finishing with We Will Rock You ( all). Televised on Sky Arts 31 December 2010.
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The Angels – Take A Long Line (1978)

Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1978: The Angels performing live the hit single ‘Take A Long Line’, taken from the 1978 album ‘Face To Face’. Band Origin: Adelaide, SA, Australia Track: Take A Long Line Album: Face To Face Composed By: John Brewster, Bernard Neeson, and Richard Brewster. Produced By: Mark Opitz / The Angels Label: Alberts Production Chart Position: # 29 (Australia) Release Date: Footage Information: Links: – – Line-up: Doc Neeson — Vocals John Brewster – Guitar [ The Moonshine Jug and String Band (1970-1974) — The Keystone Angels (1974-1975) — The Angels (1976-present) — The Party Boys (1986-1989) — The Bombers — The Fallen — Wayne Jury –Angry Anderson Band –Double Trouble — The Brewster Brothers ] Rick Brewster — Guitar Graham “Buzz Throckman” Bidstrup — Drums Chris Bailey – Bass [ The Angels (1977-1982) — GANGgajang (1984-present) — The Angels rejoined (2008) ] ——————————————– NZOZ NZOZ1978 1978 Australia Late Seventies 1970’s 1970s 70’s 70s Extended Tags: Doc Neeson, John Brewster, Rick Brewster Musical Terms: Pub, Hard Rock, New Wave, Aussie, Old Australian Band
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