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The Michael Schenker Story Live


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. In Search of the Peace of Mind
    2. Doctor Doctor
    3. Let It Roll
    4. Natural Thing
    5. Lights Out
    6. Only You Can Rock Me
    7. Another Piece of Meat
    8. Into the Arena
    9. Are You Ready to Rock
    10. Assault Attack
    11. Captain Nemo
    12. No Time For Losers
    13. Save Yourself
    14. All the Way From Memphis
    15. Pushed to the Limit
    16. Written in the Sand
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Back to Life
    2. Love Never Dies
    3. Essence
    4. Never Ending Nightmare
    5. Bijou Pleasurette
    6. Positive Forward
    7. Lost Horizons
    8. Too Hot to Handle
    9. Attack of the Mad Axeman
    10. Love to Love
    11. On And On / Armed And Ready
    12. Feels Like A Good Thing / Rock Bottom
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 72672

  • Credits
    ProducerMichael Schenker Group; Ron Nevison; Conrad Plank; Dieter Dierks; Frank Filipetti; Jack Douglas; Kevin Beamish; Leo Lyons; Louie Austen; Martin Birch; Andy Johns; Randy Nicklaus; Robin McAuley; Roger Glover
    EngineerRon Nevison; Yoshiyasu Kumada

    Personnel: Michael Schenker (guitar, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Leif Sundin (vocals, acoustic guitar); David "Mr. Gadget" Van Landing (vocals); Shane Gaalaas (acoustic guitar, bass guitar, drums); Barry Sparks (acoustic guitar, bass guitar, background vocals).
    Audio Mixer: Ron Nevison.
    Audio Remixer: Jack Douglas.
    Recording information: Air Studios, London, England (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); American Recording Studio, Woodland Hills, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Anaheim, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Beat Box (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); C.P. McGregors, LA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Cornerstone Recorders, Chatsworth, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Dierks-Studio, Cologne, Germany (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Frida Park Studios, Hannover, Germany (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Ground Control Studios, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Hammersmith Odeon, London, England (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Le Chateau, France (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Morgan Studios, London, England (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Nrg (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); One On One (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Phase Four Studio, Tempe, AZ (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Preferred Sound (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Puk Studios, Denmark (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Recording Truck, Westlake Studio Mobil, Yoshiyasu Kumad (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Ridge Farm Studios, Dorking, Surrey, England (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Rumbo Recorders, Canoga Park, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Scorpio Sound Studios, Germany (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Sound City Studio, Van Nuys, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Sound City, Los Angeles, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Star Studio (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Studio 56, Hollywood, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); The Gardens, Louisville (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Tokyo Budokan (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Toyko (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Track Record Studios, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Track Records, Los Angeles, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Wessex Sound Studios, London, England (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); West 3rd Carrier Station, CA (08/12/1981-03/25/1992); Westlake Studio Mobil (08/12/1981-03/25/1992).
    Illustrator: Tristan Greatrex.
    Photographers: Justin Thomas; Mark Laita; Robert Ellis ; George Bodnar; Sherri Allen; Watalu Asanuma; Alex Solca; Ross Halfin; Tim Anderson; Brian D. McLaughlin; Paul Canty.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Bobby Blotzer; Chris Glen; Cozy Powell; Danny Peyronel; Don Airey; Francis Buchholz; Gary Barden; Graham Bonnet; Herman Rarebell; Rocky Newton; Andy Nye; Bodo Schopf; James Kottak; Jeff Pilson; Klaus Meine; Lothar Heimberg; Mo Foster; Andy Parker; Paul Raymond; Pete Way; Phil Mogg; Richard Black; Rudolf Schenker; Simon Phillips ; Steve Mann; Tracii Guns; Wolfgang Dziony; Matthias Jabs; Share Pedersen; Ted McKenna.
    For The Michael Schenker Story Live, Michael Schenker assembled a new band, comprised of former members of Mannequin, Yngwie Malmsteen's backing group, and Great King Rat. His intention was to retrace the progression of his career from UFO to MSG by hitting all of the highlights in front of a Japanese audience. The result is a double-disc, two-and-a-half hour tour de force designed for hardcore Schenker fans, since anyone else will find the ceaseless soloing a little indulgent. Still, the album scores points for demonstrating how consistent his music was throughout the years, as well as for showcasing some first-class soloing by Schenker. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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