Deutschland Tournee 1976

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Deutschland Tournee 1976
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Live album by
Released24 May 2006
Recorded1976
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length4:41:57
Label Virgin Japan
Rainbow live albums chronology
Live in Germany 1976
(1990)
Deutschland Tournee 1976
(2006)
Live in Munich 1977
(2006)

Deutschland Tournee 1976 is a 6-CD box-set released by the British hard rock band Rainbow in 2006, featuring live material from 3 concerts of the band's German tour of 1976, being Cologne on 25 September 1976, Düsseldorf on 27 September 1976, and Nürnberg on 28 September 1976. The complete set of 6 CDs was released only in Japan as a box-set. In Europe all three concerts would be released subsequently as separate double-CD sets, in jewel-cases, with the same track listings and CD timings.

Contents

"Over the Rainbow" was an introduction from the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz that featured spoken line: "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore. We must be over the rainbow!"

Track listing

All songs written by Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio, except where noted.

Cologne

Disc 1
No.TitleLength
1."Over the Rainbow" (Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg)1:20
2."Kill the King" (Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio, Cozy Powell)4:36
3."Mistreated" (Blackmore, David Coverdale)15:03
4."Sixteenth Century Greensleeves"8:15
5."Catch the Rainbow"14:03
6."Man on the Silver Mountain"12:49
Disc 2
No.TitleLength
1."Stargazer"16:56
2."Still I'm Sad" (Paul Samwell-Smith, Jim McCarty)15:50
3."Do You Close Your Eyes"11:17

Düsseldorf

Disc 3
No.TitleLength
1."Over the Rainbow"2:15
2."Kill the King"4:48
3."Mistreated"13:41
4."Sixteenth Century Greensleeves"7:09
5."Catch the Rainbow"14:35
6."Man on the Silver Mountain"12:57
Disc 4
No.TitleLength
1."Stargazer"16:03
2."Still I'm Sad"18:06

Nürnberg

Disc 5
No.TitleLength
1."Over the Rainbow"1:14
2."Kill the King"4:46
3."Mistreated"12:51
4."Sixteenth Century Greensleeves"8:10
5."Catch the Rainbow"13:21
6."Man on the Silver Mountain"13:40
Disc 6
No.TitleLength
1."Stargazer"14:51
2."Still I'm Sad"16:39
3."Do You Close Your Eyes"6:43

Personnel


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