- Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
- Tony Iommi - Guitar
- Geezer Butler - Bass
- Vinny Appice - Drums
- Scott Warren - Keyboards
- After All (The Dead)
- The Mob Rules
- Children Of The Sea
- Lady Evil
- Sign Of The Southern Cross
- The Devil Cried
- Drum Solo
- Computer God
- Falling Off The Edge Of The World
- Shadow Of The Wind
- Guitar Solo / Die Young
- Heaven and Hell (all the parts)
- Neon Knights
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from "Richard H." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date Mar 27, 2007 11:17 PM
subject H&H review, Quebec Cit
First of all, let me congratulate you on what is possibly the best
fansite on the web, not just for Sabbath but for all bands.
I was very excited to go see this concert, because I've waited for 20+
years to have the chance to see Ronnie with Sabbath (the last time they
were in Quebec City was in 1981). I was lucky to be about the 4th "row"
from the stage (no chairs, first arrived, first in front), right in the
About Down, I only knew that Phil Anselmo (ex-Pantera) was the frontman.
They did a pretty good set anyway, and there was a lot of slammin',
maybe too much for me...
Megadeth was awesome, but Dave almost said nothing between the songs. I
wonder if he knows that we understand english here... he looked like he
was in good spirits.
Megadeth setlist (not 100% sure of the order):
2. Wake Up Dead
3. Skin O' My Teeth
4. A Tout Le Monde
5. Tornado of Souls
6. Washington is Next
7. Hangar 18
8. Symphony of Destruction
9. Peace Sells
10. Holy Wars
About our main event, finally after 20 + years... H&H !
There were technical problems (with right side lights effects, I think)
so the show began a little late. They had to skip Ear in the Wall and
Lonely is the Word. I won't tell you about the stage, you saw the
pictures from Vancouver and Calgary.
Ronnie was in great shape, both physically and vocally. His stage
presence is still awesome, and his voice was wonderful. For those of you
who have doubts if you saw "Holy Diver 2006", rest asure my friends. He
is in great shape, his voice is great and the magic is there.
Tony was his usual self (not running around the stage, as you
imagine...) but you could see that he was clearly enjoying himself.
Geezer was absolutely brilliant. I knew that he's a hell of a bass
player, but his playing mesmerized me. As long as you don't see him play
live, you can't fully appreciate his playing.
There were very minor glitches, but they couldn't give justice to The
Devil Cried. At first, I had problems recognizing Tony's riff, and later
in the song Vinny changed his playing and it was kinda weird. They
played Southern Cross entirely, it was so great. About Voodoo, they did
it the same way that it is on Live Evil, rather that the Mob Rules
version. Just so you know.
Here's the set list, in order.
2. After All (The Dead)
3. The Mob Rules
4. Children Of The Sea
5. Lady Evil
7. Sign Of The Southern Cross
9. The Devil Cried
10. Drum Solo
11. Computer God
12. Falling Off The Edge Of The World
13. Shadow Of The Wind
14. Guitar Solo / Die Young
15. Heaven and Hell (all the parts)
16. Neon Knights
If I think of anything more, I'll send it later. The show finished an
hour ago, and I'm still all fired up.
If you have the chance to see this show, JUST GO ! It was an incredible
night for me, and I'm sure it was the same for all of those who attended
the tour so far.
Hope this review helps, cheers.
from Eric Chiasson <email@example.com>
date Mar 29, 2007 12:40 PM
subject Heaven & Hell concert review March 27th, 2007 - Quebec City
I saw Black Sabbath back in August of 1999 & I fell quite blessed to
have witness Ozzy, Tony, Geezer & Bill on the same stage. I said to
myself that this was a once in a life time thing & that I could die
happy. Needless to say I never even dreamed of attending a concert
featuring a second classic Sabbath line up. But it happened. What a show
it was. I was happy to see Down & Megadeth as well, but I was really
there to see Heaven & Hell tear up the place. From start to finish, the
atmosphere was almost unreal. Blazing through a set list of classic
materials from the Dio-era albums, I think fans welcomed the change from
always hearing War Pigs & Paranoid live. Can't wait for the DVD to come
out this fall, & I sure wish I could see heaven & Hell on concert again.
As I write this, trying to describe the show as best as I can, I
realized that there are no words that can even come close to describe
such an experience. You either feel it in your soul or you don't.
date Thu, Oct 11, 2007 at 7:15 PM
subject Heaven & Hell concert review March 27th, 2007 -
I must say
that I feel truly blessed to have witnessed Black Sabbath
with Dio in Quebec City. It was without a doubt worth the 8
hour drive. I think we all agree this will probably be the
last time you will see this line up on a tour of this
magnitude. The whole show was amazing, including Down and
Megadeth. The staff were awesome, the security was cool and
didn't "sweat the small stuff" if you catch my drift.
Ronnie's voice was unreal and what a showman!! I was lucky
enough to see Sabbath in the opening show of Ozzfest 2005 in
Mansfield, MA. Ozzy was... well, Ozzy. It was a my first
time seeing Sabbath so I felt lucky to do so. But, to
compare the showmanship of Ronnie James Dio to Ozzy is no
contest. I've heard rumors that Dio is approaching 60.
Whatever, you would never know it from his performance. It
was also nice to see Tony able to play more challenging
material than the typical Reunion Tour setlist. He truly
seemed to be enjoying himself, as was all the rest of the
band. Geezer was as brilliant as ever. Vinny was in true
from with his "triplet run" technique. I loved the setlist
but was a little disappointed it didn't include "TV
Crimes". All in all, definitely one for the books. DO NOT
MISS THIS SHOW!!
P.S. Great site Joe!