I can imagine Blaze with his paused talking saying: I…don't…know howwww……buuuuuut…I have the bloody thiiiing!!!
Nah, it’s truth in advertising — if you want a Blaze live album to sound any good, being partially recorded in the studio is as live as it gets.If you listen closely, you can tell it was partially recorded in the studio, which makes the album title pretty ironic
And the same goes for other singers performing material originally recorded by Blaze! Could be a great idea to do it like Sneap and Blaze, and record some vocal parts in the studio for future releases, judging from the recording above...
Out of all those tracks, SOTC and Man on the Edge have compatible phrasing to what Dickinson usually does. I think he sounds great there.
Bruce might add the theater, but Blaze helped mold the darker vibes necessary for the album versions. I think it’s cool that we’ve gotten to hear the songs done by both of them; same with the Di’Anno material.