- Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
- Tony Iommi - Guitar
- Geezer Butler - Bass
- Vinny Appice - Drums
- Scott Warren - Keyboards
- THE MOB RULES
- CHILDREN OF THE SEA
- THE SIGN OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS
- DRUMSOLO:VINNY APPICE
- COMPUTER GOD
- FALLING OFF THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
- SHADOW OF THE WIND
- GUITAR INTRO:TONY IOMMI
- DIE YOUNG
- HEAVEN AND HELL (Inc:Guitarsolo:Tony
- NEON KNIGHTS (Encore)
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rom Fam Schulz + Wolter <email@example.com>
date Jun 16, 2007 3:58 PM
subject Heaven and Hell reviews
Hi Joe, have just returned from a
fortnight's holiday to Scandinavia planned around seeing Heaven and
Hell. I was fortunate to eventually see two gigs , still will do them in
one review for the simple reason that in this highly professional age
there was barely any difference in the two concerts.
No. 1 was at KB Hallen in Kobenhavn / Denmark on 06.06. - no support
(was to be some local Danish band that cancelled at short notice) the
show starting at 21:15
No. 2 was at Sweden Rock Festival in Solvesborg / Sweden on 07.06. - the
band headlining on the main stage at day two of the four day festival
starting the show at 23:30 hrs.
The set list for both gigs was identical :
E5150 ( Intro)
The mob rules
Children of the sea
The sign of the southern cross
Falling off the edge of the world
Shadow of the wind
Heaven and hell
Neon nights (encore)
The band were absolutely fantastic epecially Dio was in great voice
(something I was worrying about after last years 25th year anniversary
show for Holy Diver) and seemed to have a lot of fun.
His voice was just fantastic and he did some nice vocal improvisations
during Vodoo especially.
Iommi was also in great form and did some lengthy guitar improvisations
at the start of Die Young and especially in Heaven and Hell.
This being the only real difference that I recognised as that jamming
bit in Heaven and Hell was at least three/four minutes longer in Sweden
Rock than in Denmark.
Both nights also included Geezer "fingering away" HEAVYLY in this jam
bit .. Besides both nights his bass was turned to Volume 10 or
thereabouts . it was HEAVY .
Vinnie was no disappointment either he always was on the heavy side of
What was somewhat disappointing though was that only one of the (to me
brilliant) three new songs was played and that the set was two/three
numbers short to what you Yankey lot got earlier this year.. Than again
you didn't have the jamming in Heaven and Hell...
Also in Copenhagen the crowd was a bit on the old side ( I am fifty next
year so better shut up maybe . but I can still headbang with the wild
bunch) and quite lethargic .
Obviously at the Sweden Rock festival there was a much younger and more
vocal crowd which made it a better spectacle over all.
Both gigs we were near the front ten rows at a wild guess and if my old
a trusted pocket camera did deliver (against better believe) I will send
some pics in a week or so if worthwhile.
Still all I can see if this band of newcomers will be around your area (
make that within a couple of hundred miles) you have to go the are
absolutely fantastic and sure a s hell can still deliver a shiver down
your spine or a tear to your eye with some of those classic songs.
Bargteheide / Germany