Discussion in 'Solo/Side Project Discussion' started by Forostar, Mar 2, 2008.
It's on the Anthology DVD from 2006.
Seven songs from Foundations Forum, Los Angeles in September 1994. Recorded by the uploader (uploaded last September). Enjoy:
First song, Cyclops :
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Sack Trick performing Blue Ice Cream live with Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden guesting at the Kings Head in Fulham.
Chris Dale Bass
Alex Dickson Guitar
Bobby the Bus Driver Guitar
Reuben Gotto Guitar
Robin Guy Drums
Ben Calvert Drums
Joe Inferno Percussion
Bruce Dickinson Guest Vocal
Bruce Dickinson - Powerslave and Back from the Edge (fragments, Live Wacken 2002)
Four and a half years online, I don't think I ever saw it.
Filmed right up H's monitor.
Recorded live at the Daytona Festival 6.7.1997 Lahr (Germany), Air Base Site ...
One year later, different festival: Bruce plays with Wardog (Flight of Icarus @DJMayes ) + little interview at the end:
Cool: Best Of Bruce Dickinson Tour, 2002. Sweden Rock Festival. "Broken".
My favorite live version of Accident of Birth
Ladies and gents, I got Chile 1997 broadcast at max quality @ DC++, complete video. Uploaded for your viewing pleasure.
Nice Zare! I guess it was only available in separate songs, and probably lesser quality(?)
Heh, my parents-in-law their left computer speaker isn't working, so I Roy Z is way less audible (especially his rhythm guitars). Full on H! \m/
Great. Thanks for uploading this great show of our favourite fencer!
Yes, it was available mostly through ancutzamica's channel as separate songs. If you try to listen it as a playlist you'll notice that it probably came from two distinct lossy rips. This one just fine
"Laughing in the Hiding Bush" live - Italian TV, 1994. (incomplete song)
Beware, Bruce looks bored with the way the interview goes (type of questions I think).
At some point he says I don't know how many singers they had and drummers (before he joined), as if saying, that many came and went. Well, you know what.... not many. Not many at all. Before Bruce joined, Maiden had 3 singers and 3 drummers.
That is considerably more than in Samson and many other NWOBHM bands...
Yea, 3 singers in 6 years is a lot. The point was that Maiden had a reputation for not having a stable lineup, Bruce even says so.
10 guitarists in 6 years. That is a lot. Bruce does not really know what he is talking about. I bet Maiden had one of the most stable line-ups before they broke through, when it comes to drummers and vocalists.
Maybe Bruce didn't know or care for the early history of Maiden at that time.
And, in fact, he still doesn't.
But he knows some other things.
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