Alice Cooper / Asbury Park 1971 1DVDR / Non label
Sunshine In Asbury Park NY USA 4th July 1971. Pro-Shot
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Alice Cooper in 1971, who met her ally Bob Ezrin and blossomed all at once. The gift release decision is a professional shot that conveys the scene and becomes exactly “moving LOVE IT TO DEATH”.
This work was filmed at “Asbury Park Performance on July 4, 1971”. It’s a precious vintage pro shot. Speaking of 1971, Alice’s career’s biggest turning point. While being the last of the STRAIGHT label era, it was also the beginning of the golden WARNER era. For that reason, the show and set change depending on the season, and the significance of the show changes greatly. In terms of checking that area, let’s first look back on the schedule at that time.
・ January 1st-February 28th: North America # 1 (11 performances)
“March 9” LOVE IT TO DEATH “released”
・ March 19-October 19: North America # 2 (78 performances) ← ★ Coco ★
・ October 22nd-November 7th: Europe (9 performances)
《November 27, “KILLER” released》
・ November 27-December 31: North America # 3 (21 performances)
This is Alice Cooper in 1971. In the spring, we released “LOVE IT TO DEATH” and started the world tour including the first Europe. The Asbury Park performance of this work was the 44th performance of the main “North America # 2”.
This work, which was shot at the beginning of the golden age, has a tasteful vintage quality. Even though it is a professional shot, it is a monochrome one-camera, and it is not the type that is touted as “official class!”. However, the stable angle and continuous do-up are wonderful because the people involved are shooting, and the sound is (naturally) close to the sound board. Actually, this video can be seen on a major video site, but the master is different from this work. This work is much more natural and the length is longer (about 40 seconds).
What is drawn in such a video is exactly “LOVE IT TO DEATH to see with the eyes”. Roughly speaking, all the songs are from that album, so I will omit the set analysis, but instead, the rich initial mood where all the songs except “Long Way to Go” and “Hallowed Be My Name” are shown is delicious. Alice began to reprint rare early numbers in the 21st century, but you can still enjoy the limited songs “Sun Arise”, “Second Coming” and “Black Juju” at that time with a super-dup view. is.