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 Post subject: Re: The greatest music concert that never got released on LD
PostPosted: 06 May 2017, 08:54 
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signofzeta wrote:
I'd like to see that Rainbow one. I didn't realize Rainbow still existed in 1984 but I guess they did.


The current photo on LDDB.com needs an upgrade as it shows a badly worn copy with lots of ringwear.
It's relatively easy to locate in Japan, if sometimes a little expensive.
Watch out for rotted copies - oddly its the only one from this TE series that I've encountered some rot but perfect copies do exist.
Notice the VHS version was 5000 yen more expensive than the LD version and the LD version wasn't exactly cheap (9800 yen)!

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 Post subject: Re: The greatest music concert that never got released on LD
PostPosted: 03 Mar 2018, 10:41 
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A miracle has happened!

Craig Goldy and David Glen Eisley of Giuffria have formed a new band to bring back the epic 80's sound and released an album in Dec 2017:
https://www.discogs.com/Eisley-Goldy-Bl ... e/11220892

The original bass player Chuck Wright from Giuffria also plays on 3 tracks!

The new logo for the band is very cool -harks back to the original Giuffria logo - same basic style only updated for the present.

The keyboards were such a huge part of the overall sound I was worried that without Gregg Giuffria on board this would not sound much like Giuffria. I needn't have worried though as it is still laden with keyboards played according to the credits by Craig who also plays a solo on an organ. Even David chips in and plays a hammond organ as well!

Very impressive!
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 Post subject: Re: The greatest music concert that never got released on LD
PostPosted: 03 Mar 2018, 12:08 
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Awesome!!! Since they have been signed by Frontiers Records, italian label, I just hope they will be invited next year at Frontiers Festival here in Milan.
That could be the chance for me to ask them about the laserdisc, if it has ever been printed or not!
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