The Jack - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD)

Download The Jack - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD)
Label: Warner Home Video - 1000206906,Warner Bros. Pictures - 5000097998 • Format: DVD DVD-Video, Remastered • Country: Sweden • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock


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  1. Masho
    They were riding high at the time on Highway to Hell, their biggest album to date, so about a third of the song set comes from that recording--including the title tune, arguably the catchiest combination of riff and chorus in the entire AC/DC canon (although "The Jack," "Let There Be Rock," and "Whole Lotta Rosie" are right up there). But it /5().
  2. Fenrinos
    DVD AC/DC are captured on video in a celebration of high-powered rock'n'roll filmed at a live concert in band perform 13 of their greatest tracks,interspersed with live backstage interwies and behind -the scenes glimpses of band members in their dressing room, Let There Be Rock is a/5(3).
  3. Doramar
    The Jack Highway to Hell Girls Got Rhythm High Voltage Whole Lotta Rosie Rocker Let There Be Rock. Along the way, we hear about the songwriting process, playing live, and living the rock star dream. It's all so very drunken and delightful. The Blu-ray: You have to see Bon Scott to believe him.
  4. Zologami
    Aside from the records of the period, the best way to get to know the AC/DC of the 70s is by watching the film, Let There Be Rock. Thankfully, after years of bad bootlegs, VHS tapes and random broadcasts, this cult classic has been digitally restored, and released on DVD and Blu-ray to an unsuspecting, AC/DC loving public.
  5. Akizuru
    Overview. AC/DC: Let There Be Rock was filmed on 9 December at the Pavillon de Paris in Paris, France, and also contains interviews with members of the band, including lead vocalist Bon Scott, who died over two months after filming.. The concert film was re-released on a Blu-ray/DVD double pack along with a collector's tin, concert pictures, a souvenir guitar pick, and a page booklet Music by: AC/DC.
  6. Malataur
    Dec 13,  · Let There Be Rock is a great historical document for the live band that AC/DC was with Bon Scott. The performances are full of energy and sound fantastic. Audio is really well done and you can feel the band pushing the limits of the microphones and /5.
  7. Nesida
    Let There Be Rock: The Movie – Live in Paris is a live double CD by the hard rock band AC/DC, released as "Disc Two" and "Disc Three" of the Bonfire box set in It is also the soundtrack of the film AC/DC: Let There Be is also technically the last album Bon Scott did with the band before he died. It was recorded just two months before his death and was released posthumously.
  8. Mezijora
    Nov 19,  · Editors' Notes In the wake of the success of the band’s chart-topping Black Ice album in , AC/DC set out on a world tour that would last through with nearly stops along the way—from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania to Bilbao, Spain. This set is compiled from the three sold-out nights that the band did in Buenos Aires in at the River Plate Stadium (capacity: 64,).
  9. Milrajas
    Editorial Reviews. AC/DC: Let There Be Rock is a clumsy and over-ambitious documentary, but as the bulk of the film is taken up with exceptionally-lensed footage of the band tearing through a hot set of live rock, AC/DC fans are going to forgive nearly everything. Filmed December at the Pavillion De Paris, the band starts off a bit stiff and labored, but each number builds in momentum and Actors: AC/DC, Bon Scott.

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