- Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
- Tony Iommi - Guitar
- Geezer Butler - Bass
- Vinny Appice - Drums
- Scott Warren - Keyboards
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date Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 10:56 PM
subject Hamilton, Ontario, September 20, 2007
Hi Joe, I've been a fan of the site for
years and check it out whenever I can.
I just got home from the Heaven and Hell
performance and I'd thought I'd give you my two cents.
Not only was it an amazing show but this
was actually my first real concert (I've only seen bar bands and
outdoor festivals). Getting musically "deflowered" by Alice Cooper
and Sabbath was a real treat. It was like losing your virginity to
a dominatrix - overwhelming at times but worth it.
I missed the Queenryche performance (not
a big fan, sorry) so I can't really comment.
Alice Cooper did a magnificent job of
following them. Both he and his backing band had lots of energy.
Even in the cheap seats, we got to see enough of the theatricality
of Alice. The dark one played mainly his hits from the seventies
(Billion Dollar Babies, Welcome to my Nightmare, Schools Out, I'm
18, etc) His sole new song, Women of Mass Distraction, was great.
He touched on the eighties with Poison during the encore. The band
was tight and Eric Singer's drum solo was superb The guitarists
actually got an up and started pounding the drums as well. I've
never seen anything like it!
The Heaven and Hell show was also
excellent. There were minor sound problems in the beginning but
they soon went away and the band was back on track. All the major
hits were there (Neon Knights, Heaven and Hell, Children of the
Sea). My faves were Computer God and I (what can I say? - Dehumanizer
is my favourite album - go figure). Falling off the Edge of the
World was a song I only kinda liked but the version Dio and the gang
did onstage just blew me away.
My only complaint about the performance
was that they only played one of the new songs (Shadow of the Wind,
during the encore) and Time Machine was nowhere to be heard (like I
said - Dehumanizer fan).
The worst part had to be the crowd.
There were quite a few empty seats (There seemed to be more people
at the Cooper performance) and only the guys in the front section
really went very wild and crazy.
It was my first time and they weren't
gentle but I loved every minute of it!