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Iron Maiden 1981 - Bruce Dickinson appeared on-stage 26th October 1981 EXACTLY one month after joining Iron Maiden from SAMSON, leaving Bruce Bruce behind and becoming Bruce Dickinson. He joined the band on 26th September 1981 - his actual audition video for Iron Maiden is on this channel - RUNNING ORDER BELOW - https://www.facebook.com/Maiden-Legacy-307579426115299/?fref=nf http://www.legacyproject.co.uk 01. 00:07 - Sanctuary 02. 04:13 - Purgatory 03. 07:50 - Wrathchild 04. 11:07 - Twilight Zone 05. 13:53 - Remember Tomorrow 06. 19:40 - Genghis Khan 07. 22:50 - Killers 08. 27:54 - Another Life 09. 34:00 - Innocent Exile 10. 38:10 - Running Free 11. 40:58 - Murders In The Rue Morgue 12. 45:21 - Phantom Of The Opera 13. 52:30 - Iron Maiden 14. 56:44 - Transylvania 15. 01:00:31- Drifter 16. 01:08:10 - Prowler 17. 12:12:09 - I've Got The Fire (Montrose Cover) Legacy Project do not own copyright of the music and reproduce it here for entertainment only
Iron Maiden - The first Bruce's concert with Maiden, filmed in Palasport, Bologna, Italy, Oct. 26,1981, during the ''Killer World Tour''1981. Bruce Dickinson: Vocals Steve Harris: Bass Dave Murray: Guitar Adrian Smith:Guitar Clive Burr: Drums Purgatory (Harris) ''That's quite an old song. In a slightly different form it was originally called 'Floating'. Then we changed the lyrics and a couple of bits in the middle section. (Steve Harris) [Lyrics] Thinking of an age old dream Places I have never seen Fantasies lived times before I split my brain melt through the floor Over clouds my mind will fly Forever now I can't think why My body tries to leave my soul Or is it me I just don't know Memories rising from the past The future's shadow overcast Something's clutching at my head Through the darkness I'll be led [Chorus] Oh another time another place Oh another smile on another face When you see me floating up beside you You get the feeling that all my love's inside of you Please take me away, take me away, so far away Please take me away, take me away, so far away Please take me away, take me away, so far away Thinking of an age old dream Places I have never seen Fantasies lived times before I split my brain melt through the floor Over clouds my mind will fly Forever now I can't think why My body tries to leave my soul Or is it me I just don't know Memories rising from the past The future's shadow overcast Something's clutching at my head Through the darkness I'll be led [Chorus] ........................................................... Wrathchild (Harris) ''Wrathchild' was originally recorded on an album called Metal For Muthas along with 'Sanctuary'. That was before we had a record contract. The version on this record is pretty different. A lot of people asked us why we didn't put it on the first album. But we felt because it was on Metal For Muthas we didn't want to put it on the first album. By the time we did Killers we weren't happy with that version so so we wanted to record it properly. The guitar frills around the vocals were from Adrian. Originally they weren't there but when Adrian joined the band he decided to put them in. '' (Steve Harris) [Lyrics] I was born into a scene of angriness and greed, and dominance and persecution My mother was a queen, my dad I've never seen, I was never meant to be And now I spend my time looking all around For a man that's nowhere to be found Until I find him I'm never gonna stop searching I'm gonna find my man, gonna travel around 'Cause I'm a wrathchild Well I'm a wrathchild Yeah I'm a wrathchild I'm coming to get you, oooh yeah! Some say it shouldn't matter, ain't nothin' gonna alter the course of my destination I know I've got to find some serious peace of mind, or I know I'll just go crazy And now I spend my time looking all around For a man that's nowhere to be found Until I find him I'm never gonna stop searching I'm gonna find my man, gonna travel around 'Cause I'm a wrathchild Well I'm a wrathchild Yeah I'm a wrathchild I'm coming to get you, oooh yeah! ........................................................... Twilight Zone (Harris, Murray) ''This was a single in England that wasn't on the British album. We put it on as an extra track over here. Dave came up with the riff for this one. I wrote the melody line and the lyrics. But the main riff was Dave's. '' (Steve Harris) ''This song appears on the North American versions of Killers, but was not included in the European version since it had already been released there as a single. 'Twilight Zone' was originally intended to be a B-side, but it turned out to be so good that the band released it as an A-side instead. According to Nicko, the band's producer Martin Birch was absent from this particular recording session and the band produced 'Twilight Zone' themselves. It is another great track, about a spirit in purgatory that longingly watches and yearns for his still living former lover, and even contemplates killing her so that she might join him and ease his loneliness. Like most Maiden songs, it has a fast-paced beat, but still carries a mood of sadness and loss. [Lyrics] She lays in bed at night and that is when I make my call But when she stares at me she can't see nothing at all Because you see I can't take no shape or form It's been three long years since I've been gone I can't get used to purgatory, you know it really makes me cry I'll never know the reason why I had to go I'm crying, oh, oh, oh, deep inside me Oh, oh, oh, can't you see me? Ah, can't you see me? I'm looking forward to her spirit coming over to me I feel tempted to bring her over to see Just what it's like to be hanging on the other side I feel so lonely it's been a long time since I died I try to show her that she's never gonna be alone Because my spirit is imprisoned in the twilight zone I'm crying, oh, oh, oh, deep inside me Oh, oh, oh, can't you see me? Ah, can't you see me?
Danger Zone formed in 1982 in Bologna, Italy. They released only the "Victim of time" EP in 1984 and one demo. Great 80s italian metal!
Part 3! Thank you for your patience - I had a few personal issues that caused the delay! Thanks to Eudo Rubio, a talented composer, music producer and songwriter, who sent me the incredible music featured from 4:42 to 7:09 and from 12:03 to 13:42. You can find more of his music here... Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/eudorubio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eudorubio/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSlheObGP795WH_EveBpEHg Sometimes we need to reconnect with nature, push ourselves outside our comfort zone physically, challenge ourselves mentally. Sometimes even when we have friends or a partner to travel with, I think it's important to choose some solo adventures where you're forced to heighten your awareness, your gratitude, your self sufficiency. This is part two of a trek I did alone in the Dolomites, a mountain range in the north of Italy. I've lived in Italy for years but had never explored this magnificent area of lakes, picturesque villages, mountains and locals living simply in this remote and natural paradise. I film and edit alone, travelling the world as a one-girl production company with tripods, drones and multiple cameras. Although I am Australian, I have lived in many different countries around the world, including Italy, Japan, the UK, Spain and Monaco. I have studied Italian, Spanish and Japanese and I live in Italy. If you love to travel, film, dream or you're planning to do what I did and quit your job to follow your passion or live an adventure, come find me on social media for daily inspiration & motivation. :) ✩ Instagram https://instagram.com/kylieflavell/ ✩ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KylieFlavell ✩ Twitter https://twitter.com/kylie_flavell http://kylieflavell.com/
Good all-round book about Italy for first time or regular visitors http://goo.gl/wLjmFr Must have if you are planning to have a vacation in Italy! Video Train from Rome to Bologna from Greg Causey vimeo.com/22364229 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Five Star Movement leaders held a rally in the Piazza Castello, Turin, on Friday, closing the 'No' campaign for the referendum on constitutional reform, set to take place across Italy on December 4. Five Star Movement founder Beppe Grillo and Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi took to the stage to denounce proposed reforms. Raggi commented on the political implications of a 'Yes' vote, saying it would "remove our right to vote for our delegates in the institutions." Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi argues that the changes will lead to increasing the efficiency of the government; opponents say it will result in the disproportionate centralisation of power. Video ID: 20161202 087 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Here’s our Essential 🇮🇹Pisa🇮🇹 Travel Guide, giving you EVERYTHING you need to know to travel better on your own Italian adventure! In just 24 hours we jumped into finding out all the essential information about visiting this beautiful place! Why should I go to Pisa, I hear you ask? ... What else in Pisa apart from the leaning tower?! ... How much is this trip going to cost me?!… Well, it’s all here for you in your essential guide to PISA! The best bit is there's even more Italian here - Florence, Venice, and Rome guides are all available... so go check out our Italy playlist! 🙌🏻❤️ 🎥 Want to know how we made it? Check out our behind the scenes Vlog! - https://youtu.be/_NgEMtJzEeA 🎥 Useful links! Pisa Tourism - http://bit.ly/2inlQQy Pedi Cab Pisa - https://www.facebook.com/PedicabPisa/ Leaning Tower - http://bit.ly/1KxOjsY Travel Insurance - http://bit.ly/2v1fZ9f Airport Hotels and Parking - http://www.holidayextras.co.uk/ Don’t forget to… SUBSCRIBE ► https://goo.gl/mKhPKt Get in touch on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/holidayextras Follow our travels on Twitter ► https://www.twitter.com/holidayextras Get some sneak-previews on Instagram ► https://instagram.com/holidayextras/ Quench your wanderlust on Pinterest ►https://www.pinterest.com/holidayextras/ And explore our Blog ► https://goo.gl/EgQpsp ………………………… PoweredBy http://www.holidayextras.co.uk ………………………… Transcript: Hi I’m Abi with Holiday Extras Travel Guides, and this time we’re in Pisa. We’ll be giving you all the essential information that you need to Travel better. Covering tips on money, language, getting around, and of course the iconic leaning tower. But first here’s bit about this small but historic city. Once a powerful maritime city state, modern Pisa is a small town packed full of culture, with a long and interesting history. Although it’s iconic leaning tower made it world famous, there is much more to Pisa than this one landmark. Friendly locals, great food, and classic architecture, make it one of our favourite places to visit in Italy. Pisa has one airport that’s only one short hop from the City centre, and it’s here where our guide starts Pisa airport is the main gateway into Tuscany, and receives almost 5 million passengers every year. It’s really close to town, and transfers are available by public bus, taxi or the Pisa Mover service. When taking the bus look out for the big blue City bus signs. Taking the Lam Rossa line towards Pisa, Tickets cost €1.20, buses leave every 10 minutes and the journey takes 6 minutes to Pisa Centrale. A taxi should cost around €10, with an extra €2.55 charge on Sundays and public holidaysNew in 2017 the Pisa Mover shuttle service costs €2.70 each way and gets you into town in just 5 minutes. It’s defiantly our recommended way to get into the centre. Pisa is a small city and one that’s best enjoyed on foot, infant it’s usually quicker and easier this way. For example a walk from Pisa Centrale should take no more than twenty minutes. The bus service in Pisa uses three main lines; red, green and blue. The red line, ro LAM Rossa, is the one that takes you to the Leaning Tower. Tickets are available in tobacco shops, the station and airport. Buy your ticket before you travel and then validate as you board. Bear in mind that after 9pm the buses switch to a reduced night service until midnight. Tickets are available in 70, 120 and 240 minute variations and the 70-minute ticket is also available in books of 4 or 10. Driving in Pisa is similar to other popular Italian cities, in that it has a limited-traffic-zone, called the ZTL. Driving in this zone will incur a fine between €60 and €100 each time you pass a traffic camera (meaning you can get fined multiple times for driving along the same street). The Leaning Tower is one of Italy’s most iconic sights, and is what Pisa is best known for, here are the key facts: The Towers characteristic lean is caused by a combination of it’s small foundations and the soft soil on which it was built. After a programme of structural strengthening was completed in 2001 the tower is now safe to enter. When buying tickets you'll be given a time slot to return to enter to the tower. This could be up to 3 hours after purchase. So we think it’s well worth booking your tickets in advance to avoid the long wait. Only 40 people are allowed inside at any one time, and children under 8 are not permitted at all. No bags at all are allowed in the tower. You can take a camera, but your bag must go in the free security deposit. You're allowed 35 minutes inside the tower after entering. Opening times are varied, we'll link to the official website in the description to the official website.