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Live In Munich 1977 album for sale by Rainbow was released Aug 04, 2009 on the Eagle Rock (Us) label. Live In Munich 1977 CD music is a 2-disc set with 8 songs.

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1Kill the king See All 32 Rainbow KILL THE KING Lyrics4:30 $0.99(Available)
2Mistreated See All 16 Rainbow MISTREATED Lyrics13:07(Available)
3Sixteenth Century Greensleeves See All 22 Rainbow SIXTEENTH CENTURY GREENSLEEVES Lyrics3:35 $1.29(Available)
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4Catch The Rainbow See All 27 Rainbow CATCH THE RAINBOW Lyrics6:39 $1.29(Available)
5Long Live Rock `N' Roll See All 247:33 $0.99(Available)

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1Man On The Silver Mountain See All 33 Rainbow MAN ON THE SILVER MOUNTAIN Lyrics4:41 $1.29(Available)
2Still I'm Sad See All 19 Rainbow STILL IM SAD Lyrics3:53 $1.29(Available)
3Do You Close Your Eyes See All 14 Rainbow DO YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES Lyrics3:02 $0.99(Available)
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Average Rating:4 stars
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The last Rainbow
The last Rainbow ... because this was the last hard rock time for Rainbow. This recording is a rare jewel because you can hear Blackmore, Dio & Powell with Bob Daisley & David Stone. Great sound, very good versions of Long Live Rock´n´Roll, Man on the silver mountain an another classics. I prefer Rainbow On Stage or Live in Germany 1976; but Nunich 77 is a very good album and if you´re a fan of Purple Rainbow, this labum is for you
By Purplefan (Venezuela)
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Brilliant live album
Brilliant guitaring from Mr Blackmore has songs not on his other albums.Glad this cd came out.
By gtearne (Pretoria) Verified Buyer
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Indeed, after listening carefully to this release, I have to say that “Live in Munich” is uneven at best, if not plainly disappointing. Being a major Rainbow fan (especially Dio era), I eagerly expected this to be far and beyond the “Live in Germany 76” album, which, regardless of what critics might say, is a great set. Even more so now! Now I understand why Rainbow scholars kept saying that the “Rising” lineup was the best one! I never fully agreed with that since “Long Live R n’ R” is my favorite Rainbow album, although I could probably accept that “Rising” was the best album. But after listening to this…well…First: we only get one new song, the title track of the (at the time) upcoming release, but the tradeoff is not a good one, ‘cause we lose “Stargazer”, without a doubt, the crown jewel of Rainbow’s catalog. The rest of the songs are the same, although the length of the versions varies greatly, “Mistreated” being dramatically shorter (some 6 minutes shorter than the version off “Germany ‘76”) and “Still am sad” dramatically longer (surpassing the 25 minute mark). That being said, the new versions lack the punch of the previous release, and I’m not quite sure why: I mean, the backbone of the band (Blackmore-Dio-Powell) is the same, the songs are the same…the new guys…well yeah, they’re new, but it’s hard for me to accept that just ‘cause new bass and keyboard players a band can lose so much strength but…apparently it can…and additionally, the show had sound flaws! During “Do you close your eyes”, Dio’s microphone goes dead after the solo, so an entire verse goes instrumental. You can faintly hear him, but for all intents and purposes, the song gets screwed up. Am I being to harsh? Being a huge fan, I asked myself that question but…in the end, I remembered that, until listening to “Germany ‘76”, I didn’t really like “Stargazer”. Bottom line: if you, like me, are a Rainbow freak, you’ll probably want to pick this one up. If not, and you’re a looking for an introduction to live Rainbow, my advice is to stick with the “Germany ‘76” set, or the recently released individual concerts from that German tour. Pity…
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CD Universe Part number8324943
LabelEagle Rock (Us)
Orig Year2009
Release DateAug 04, 2009
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