2. Open Air Loreley 20.August 1983
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"Early on, Dave Edmunds opened the Festival, and after his appearance announced that
he didn't want to play live concerts again. But two hours laters, he appeared on-
stage again with the Stray Cats, with whom he had produced two albums."
Edmunds, who was born in Cardiff on April 15th, 1944, is accepted as THE English pioneer and legend of rock'n'roll, rockabilly and rhythm and blues. He always knew how to keep this style up-to-date. At the age of 15, he already played with the 'Raiders'. He played as front man first with 'Love Sculpture', and later, with 'Rockpile'. Edmunds is famous for his many talents as a singer, guitarist, songwriter and well-loved producer. After his Rockpalast appearance, he has been working mainly as a producer, and returned in 1990 with his own LP.
Dave Edmunds - guit/voc
01 From Small Things (3'14'') 02 Dear Dad (2'19'') 03 Sweet Little Lisa (3'28'') 04 Loud Music In Cars (2'54'') 05 Girls Talk (3'08'') 06 Don't You Double (3'21'') 07 Queen Of Heart (2'49'') 08 I Don't Wanna Be In Love (2'47'') 09 I Hear You Knockin' (2'23'') 10 Trouble Boys (2'40'') 11 I Knew The Bride (2'43'') 12 You Ain't Nothing But Fine (2'24'') 13 Information (3'52'') 14 Slipping Away (4'20'') 15 Crawling From The Wreckage (2'27'') 16 Sweet Littke Rock And Roller (1'55'') 17 Let's Talk About Us (0'55'')
Blues Helping (1968) Parlophon PCS 7059 (Love Sculpture) Forms And Feelings (1969) Parlaphon PCS 7090 (Love Sculpture) Rockpile (1971) Regal Zonophone SLRZ 1026 Subtle As A Flying Mallet (1975) RCA Get It (1977) Swan Song 59404 Tracks On Wax 4 (1978) Swan Song Repeat When Necessary (1979) Swan Song Twangin' (1981) Swan Song D.E. 7th (1982) Columbia Riff Raff (1984) Arista 206396 I Hear You Rockin (1987) Arista 208228 live Closer To The Flame (1990) Capitol 064-790372 The Early Edmunds (1991) EMI Plugged In (1994) Sony 477333-2 Best I Here You Knocking (1999) Zounds Hand Picked (2000) Handpicked Records A Pile Of Rock - Live (2000) Castle Essential/edel D.E. 7th/Information (2002) BGO/Edel/Contraire 545 BGO 2on1CD King Biscuit Live (2003) King Biscuit/in-akustik The Best of Dave Edmunds (2004) Alive and Pickin' (2005) The Greatest Hits and More (2008) Again (2013) Rough Trade Dave Edmunds At Rockpalast 1983 (2014) Repertoire On Guitar...Rags&Classics (2015) RPM
Dave Edmunds At Rockpalast 1983 (2014) Repertoire
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01 Moderation Alan Bangs
WDR text 1983: U 2 will perform as the second group at the Loreley Rockpalast Festival. The name
of the group is a play on words meaning: You too. The group, through it's name,
shows it's relationship to it's audience on the one hand, and on the other, it's an
expression of the practised religion within U 2. All four members are still in their
early twenties. Asked for their musical idols, they name bands like The Rolling
Stones, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix and The Who. Bono Vox, the singer of U 2, says in
this context: "A song like 'Won't get fooled Again' by the Who tells about not
giving up. That's the attitude of the best bands. We want our audience to think
about what they do. They should realize the pressure they are under, but at the same
time, they should never give up."
at the Loreley. Bono's charisma was enormous. He went into the audience and was
always right in the middle of all the happenings. He carried a white flag: A symbol
of willingness to communicate in a world full of problems, with which U2's lyrics
deal with. No instruments were necessary at the end of his appearance. The audience
had joined itself with the group: "We will sing a New Song".
There's a lot to say about U2 and they have a gung-ho group of regular fans, what you can see nowadays by their gigantic presence in the Internet. It all started in 1976 as a school band in Dublin. Within years, the band developed into one of the best- loved British rock bands and became a World Act that filled giant stadiums everywhere. Many songs landed in the Top Ten. They invested the profits from their commercial successes into the Windham Hill Studios and their own record label, Mother Records.
Their political involvement can be seen in the projects Band Aid, Live Aid, Amnesty International, Artists United Against Apartheid, as well as their foundation Self Aid in Dublin, against unemployment. In 1990, the band split up for a while due to their bass player's alcohol problems and a problem with Bono's vocal cords. The 'Fall of the Iron Curtain' and breakdown of the wall in Germany was also a turning point for U2. The LP 'Achtung Baby' was produced in the Hansastudios in Berlin, and new modern influences were worked in. The tour 'Zoo TV', with a staff of 120, was a multimedia spectacle. The hookup to the MTV Era was accomplished. The next LP brought about another turn in their style and U2 also made some music for movies.
After ending their mammoth tour 'Zoo TV', U2 took a long break. In 1995, under the project name 'Passengers', U2 released an album they did together with Brian Eno. In the same year, Bono visited Sarajevo. In the following year, he just barely escaped death as his plane was mistaken for a drug dealer's and came under fire while on vacation in Jamaica. On March 3rd, 1997, a new U2 album appeared, 'POP'. It combines the classic U2 sound with the modern sound of the London dance scene. U2 is also involved in the Ireland peace process.
Bono Vox - voc
01 Out Of Control (4'25'') 02 Twilight (4'00'') 03 The Black Cat (4'45'') 04 Into The Heart (2'15'') 05 Surrender (5'55'') 06 Two Herats Beats As One (4'24'') 07 Seconds (2'55'') 08 Sunday Bloody Sunday (4'43'') 09 The Electric Co. (5'18'') 10 Gloria (4'28'') 11 New Years Day (4'27'') 12 I Will Follow (3'38'') 13 40 (3'00'')
Boy (1980) Island 202913 2 Sides Live (1981) Warner Brother October (1981) Island 204185 War (1983) Island 205295 Under A Blood Red Sky (1983) Island 205904 The Unforgettable Fire (1984) Island 206530 Wide Awake In America (1984) Virgin 208690 The Joshua Tree (1987) Island 208219 Rattle And Hum (1988) Island 353400 Achtung Baby (1991) Island 262110 Zooropa (1993) Island 7432115371 POP (1997) Island All That You Can't Leave Behind (2000) Island The Best & The B-Sides Of 1990 - 2000 (2002) Island How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004) Island No Line on the Horizon (2009) Interscope Songs Of Innocence (2014) Island/Universal Songs Of Experience (2018) Warner
Live at Red Rocks (1983) Island Visual The Unforgettable Fire (1984) Island Visual Rattle & Hum (1988) Paramount Under a Blood Red Sky (1991) Polygram Video Numb (1993) Polygram Video Zoo TV: Live from Sydney (1994) Polygram Video Popmart (1998) Polygram Video Best of 1980-1990 (1998) Polygram Video The Joshua Tree (2000) DVD Image Elevation 2001 U2 live from Boston (2001) Universal DVD The Best Of 1990-2000 (2003) Island/Mercury Rattle & Hum (2003) Anamorphic Widescreen DVD U2 - Vertigo Live from Chicago (2005) Universal (auch als DoDVD) Zoo TV: Live from Sydney (2006) Universal 5.1 + Bonus Tracks Under a Blood Red Sky - Live at Red Rocks (2008) Island/Universal 360° At The Rose Bowl (2010) Universal From The Sky Down - Director's Cut (2011) Island/Universal Innocence + Experience - Live In Paris (2016) Island/Universal Blu-ray
U2 Die Rolling Stone Fakten
Burning Desire - Omnibus Music-Books, England
U2 At the end of the World
U2 -Illustrierte Dokumentation plus Diskographie
U2 Rattle and Hum
Dave Bowler and Bryan Dray
U2 - The Ultimate Encyclopedia
U2 by U2, aus dem Englischen von Charlotte Lyne
Pimm Jal de la Parra
U2 - The Complete Songs
U2 Into The Heart - Die Story zu jedem Song von Niall Stokes
U2 im Internet:
U2 - Rockpalast Metropol Berlin 03.11.1981
01 Moderation Alan Bangs
WDR text 1983: New York is the home of this group. For approximately four years, they have been
known as the Stray Cats and they went to the top, against all trends and
expectations. At the end of the '70s, Brian Setzer (then 19), Slim Jim Phantom and
Lee (both 17) decided to found a band to realize their own musical preferences.
Their outward appearances were kiss-me-quicks and tattoos; a little guitar, drums
and contrabass as the instruments.
"Rockabilly for the '80s was announced as the Stray Cats got up on stage.
Kiss-me- quicks and tattoos are the external trademarks, standing drums and
contrabass are the characteristic medium."
The band was formed in 1979 in New York by guitarist and singer, Brian Setzer. Dave Edmunds produced their first LP in London, and they soon landed in the charts there. The mixture of traditional rockabilly and new wave helped them on to popularity. Their second LP just trailed along, but an LP with the best songs from the first two Lps helped to be successful in America also. The next Lp was produced from Dave Edmunds again and it went gold. The Stray Cats split up at the end of 1984, but had a reunion in Los Angeles in 1986. Brian Setzer has been very successful as a solo artist and with the Brian Setzer Orchestra. The Stray Cats met from time to time for a concert.
Brian Setzer - guit/voc
01 Baby Blue Eyes (3'28'') 02 Double Talking Baby ( ?) 03 Rumble In Brighton (3'45'') 04 Drink That Bottle Down (5'20'') 05 Something Is Wrong With My Radio (2'30'') 06 Built For Speed (5'58'') 07 Cadillac (Look At That Cadillac) (4'16'') 08 Runaway Boy (3'25'') 09 Lonely Summer Nights (3'56'') 10 Too Hip, Gotta Go (2'33'') 11 Stray Cats Strut (5'25'') 12 She's Sexy And 17 (3'28'') 13 Banjo Time (Foggy Mountain Breakdown) (1'37'') 14 The Race Is On (2'12'') 15 Tear It Up (3'26'') 16 Oh Boy (2'42'') 17 Rock This Town (6'27'')
Stray Cats (1981) Arista 203295 Gonna Ball (1981) Arista 204019 Built for Speed (1982) EMI Rant 'N Rave (1983) Arista 205677 Rock Therapy (1986) EMI-America ST-17226be Blast Off (1989) EMI America Stray Cat Strut (1992) CEMA Tear It Up (1993) Rre Choo Choo Hot Fish (1994) JRS Live (1994) Receiver Something Else (1995) Receiver Original Cool (1996) Castle Recorded Live in Berlin 12th July 2004 (2004) Surfdog/Sony Rumble In Brixton (2004) Sony Live in Paris 5. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Helsinki 9. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Turku 10.7.04 (2004) Sony Live in Berlin 12. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Hamburg 13. 07. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Amsterdam 14. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Manchester 16. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in London 18. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Barcelona 22. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Gijon 24. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Lyon 26. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Luzern 27. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Bonn 29. 7. 04 (2004) Sony Live in Holland 30. 7. 04 (2004) Sony The Toronto Strut (2012) inakustik 40 (2019) Mascot Rocked This Town from LA to London (2020) Surfdog
The Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live In Japan (2003) Sony/BMG Stray Cats - Rumble in Brixton (2004) Sony/BMG The Brian Setzer Orchestra - Christmas Extravaganza (2005) Sony/BMG limited Brian Setzer - One Rockin' Night (2007) Sony/BMG It's Gonna Rock (2011) Sony - Montreal Jazz Festival 2010 Live At Montreux 1981 (2012) Eagle Vision/edel Live at Rockpalast (2015) MIG/SPV DVD/2CD+DVD
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WDR text 1983: To tell the full story of Joe Cocker would fill books. He is a person with many
different appearances and many links to rock music. Just one example: The simple man
from Sheffield who suddenly has got a world hit with a single and his phenomenal
voice. Someone's who's gone through the worst experiences with the business side of
this field and who, after 15 years after his first success, finally receives a
Grammy for the best vocal performance.
"Joe Cocker, at this time, is living through a successful phase in a life filled
with highs and lows. His album, 'Sheffield Steel', was very well received. But, he
was literally pushed through the world: Within four days, he had to manage Los
Angeles, the Loreley, Eindhoven in Holland, the Loreley again, and finally, Lund in
Sweden. We had the impression that he had been squeezed like a lemon. Joe's concert
was fantastic. 'Many rivers to Cross', 'Innercity Blues', 'With a little help from
my Friends' - there were many moments where he really got to us. A hint of Woodstock
blew over the Loreley."
Joe Cocker, his life, his troubles, that's how his story could be called. On May 20, 1944, he was born as the son of a worker in the English steel metropolis, Sheffield. At the age of 16, he played the harmonica and sang in his brother's band. Many other bands followed and in 1968, he landed a giant hit for the first time (GB 1, G3, US 49), with his rendition of the Lennon/McCartney title 'With a little help from my Friends'. This title became 'his hymn' with his appearance at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, and this song can never again fail at a concert. On-stage, Cocker paddled his arms like a windmill and his movements seemed spastic. He sang the blues like a black man from the Delta.
The next years could be used as a prime example of how it can be for a rock musician. Cocker was taken advantage of to the limit and made successful tours, but at the end, there were only a few dollars left over for him. The deals were completely out of his hands and alcohol set in. He shuttled back and forth between England and America and toured. In Los Angeles, he collapsed on-stage, drunk. In 1978, there was a three-year time-out for him.
In the Bahamas in 1982, he recorded the album 'Sheffield Steel' and rang out his comeback with the schmaltzy song 'Up where we Belong'. The next album, 'Civilized Man', strengthened his success and he finally became a living legend. Sensible management finally blessed him with a decent income, he got married, and lives in Santa Barbara in California. He was there for the 25th Woodstock Anniversary spectacle and received an Honorary Doctor title in his hometown of Sheffield.
Joe Cocker - voc
01 A Girl Like You (3'31'') 02 Feelin' Alright (3'42'') 03 A Whiter Shade Of Pale (5'24'') 04 Innercity Blues (5'31'') 05 Don't Talk To Me (3'15'') 06 Just Like Always (3'22'') 07 Many Rivers To Cross (4'23'') 08 Threw It Away (3'50'') 09 Seven Days (5'13'') 10 Watching The River Flow (3'46'') 11 With A Little Helf From My Friends (6'50'') 12 You Are So Beautiful (3'34'') 13 The Letter (4'04'') 14 The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress (3'18'') 15 Heard It Through The Grape Wine (4'05'')
With A Little Help From My Friends (1969) Regal Zonophone 062-90232 Joe Cocker! (1969) Regal Zonophone 062-90788 Mad Dogs & Englishman (1970) A&M 80813 Something To Say (1972) Europe Version I Can Stand A Little Rain (1974) Cube 2326038 Jamaica Say You Will (1975) Cube/Highfly 20 Live In LA (1976) Cube/Highfly 23 Stingray (1976) A&M SP4574 Luxury You Can Afford (1978) Asylum 6E 145 Sheffield Steel (1982) Island 204668 Civilized Man (1984) EMI 064-240139 Cocker (1986) Capitol 064-240424 Unchain My Heart (1987) EMI 748285 One Night Of Sin (1989) Capitol EST 2098 Joe Cocker Live (1990) Capitol 793416 Night Calls (1991) Capitol 795898 The Best Of Joe Cocker (1993) Capitol Have A Little Faith (1994) Epic BK66460 With A Little Help From My Friends (1992) LIVE Organic (1996) EMI BK67880 Across From Midnight (1997) Parlaphone/EMI Greatest Hits (1998) EMI 4982842 No Ordinary World (1999) EMI 5230912 Standing Here (2001) EFA Live 1981 Respect Yourself (2002) Capitol/EMI 5396432 Heart & Soul (2004) Capitol Hymn For My Soul (2007) EMI Live At Woodstock (2009) Hard Knocks (2010) Sony Fire It Up (2012) Sony The Life Of A Man (2016) Sony 2CDs
Have A Little Faith (????) PMI 724349135239 72min. Best Of Joe Cocker Live (????) Live Berlin 97 - Across from Midnight (????) Ariola Live Across from Midnight Tour (2001) Edel DVD In Concert Ohne Filter (2001) In-Akustik DVD Live In Italy 1981 (2003) AlphaC DVD Live at Montreux (2004) Eagle Vision DVD: 0000469ERD Mad Dogs & Englishman (2005) Universal The Best Of Joe Cocker Live (2005) EMI The Rockpalast Collection: Cry Me a River (2008) Eagle Vision Fire It Up - Live (2013) Sony
Joe Cocker - With a little help from my friends - durch die Hölle zum Erfolg
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WDR text 1983:The Steve Miller Band concert will end the Rockpalast-Loreley Festival. Steve
Miller is one of the few rock musicians of the first generation who still makes
interesting music, tries out new things and gives new impulses to rock'n'roll. Steve
Miller was born in 1943. He and his parents were friends of T-Bone Walker; through
this connection, Miller was almost forced to discover rhythm and blues and the
electric guitar. First bands were founded in school. They sounded so good that
Miller decided to become a professional.
"American show biz and Las Vegas at the Loreley. Stever Miller had decided to give
his only concert in Europe in 1983 at the Loreley: "That's got to be a spectacular
event!", was his evaluation. He wanted to turn into a tiger with 'Abracadabra'. Two
tigers with a trainer appeared at the Loreley. The tiger cage found no favor with
the Stagemaster, Thilo Schernau. A newer, safer cage had to be built. It had to be
worked on day and night. In London, a complete stage set had to be designed, just
for this concert. On top of that, a magician came from America. All of this - and
don't forget, a computer - saw to it that some of the team members got very little
sleep during the production week."
Steve Miller was born in Milwaukee on October 5th, 1943, but grew up in Texas. He
began playing early with a guitar and during his high school days, played in bands.
He received a doctorate in the subject, 'Comparing Literature', but decided in favor
of music in 1965. He lived through the music stream in the USA, then onto the blues
in Chicago, then the Flower Power times in San Francisco. In 1972, he was forced to
take a break after an accident. Afterwards, he started with a new concept that
turned him into a megastar. The platinum LP 'Fly like an Eagle', made him famous
with three Top 20 single releases.
Steve Miller - guit/voc
01 Guitarsolo (0'50'') 02 Abracadabra (5'00'') 03 The Joker (2'50'') 04 You You You (2'40'') 05 Out Of The Night (4'14'') 06 Living In The USA (2'55'') 07 Somebody Done Hoo Doo To The Hoo Doo Man (2'56'') 08 Just A Little Bit (2'28'') 09 Buffalo'S Serenade (5'48'') 10 Fly Like An Eagle (2'58'') 11 Keeps Me Wondering Why (4'16'') 12 Rock'n Me (5'17'') 13 Jungle Love (3'37'') 14 Jet Airliner (4'36'') 15 Macho City (7'27'') 16 Honey Hush (4'26'') 17 My Babe (3'21'') 18 You Know What I Mean (6'06'') 19 Yonder's Wall (3'09'') 20 Yonder's Wall reprise (2'00'') 21 Space Cowboy (2'50'') 22 Abracadabra (4'17'')
Children Of The Future (1968) Capitol 2920 Sailor (1968) Capitol Revolution (1969) United Artists Your Saving Grace (1969) Capitol Brave New World (1969) Capitol Number Five (1970) Capitol Rock Love (1971) Capitol 062-80962 Living In The USA (1973) Capitol The Joker (1973) Capitol 062-81514 The Legend (1975) Capitol Fly Like An Eagle (1977) Mercury 6303925 Book Of Dreams (1978) Mercury 6303926 Circle Of Love (1981) Capitol Acracadabra (1982) Mercury 6302204 Steve Miller Band: Live! (1983) Capitol Live (1983) Mercury Italian X Rays (1984) Capitol Livin in the 20th century (1986) Capitol 064-2406491 Born 2B Blue (1988) Capitol 064-7483031 Wide River (1993) Polydor Box Set (1994) Capitol Records CDP 0777 7 89827 2 2 Young Hearts (2003) Complete Greatest Hits Bingo! (2010) Roadrunner/Warner Let Your Hair Down (2011) Roadrunner/Warner The Joker Live In Concert (2015) Soulfood Ultimate Hits (2017) Universal Complete Albums Vol1 68-76 (2018) Universal Box Wide River (2019) Universal Welcome To The Vault (2019) Universal 3CD/DVD Live! Breakimg Ground (2021) Universal (August 3, 1977)
Live From Chicago (2008) Coming Home Studios 2DVDs+CD
Steve Miller Internet:
The Steve Miller Band OFFICIAL WEB SITE