Stevie Nicks / Red Rocks 1986 Japanese Broadcast / 1DVDR

Stevie Nicks / Red Rocks 1986 Japanese Broadcast / 1DVDR / Non Label

Live At Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO, USA 25th June 1986 PRO-SHOT

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Broadcast Date: 28th July 2010

ROCK A LITTLE TOUR” by Stevie Nicks, who also fascinated the world with the participation of Peter Frampton and Mick Fleetwood. Introducing the finest professional shot that is also a symbol of it.
“The Morrison performance on June 25, 1986” is included in this work. A multi-camera professional shot taken at the Red Rock Amphitheater, which is also a tourist attraction in Denver. This video is also known as the official work “LIVE AT RED ROCKS” and is a masterpiece of the masterpiece nominated for the Grammy Awards. However, this work is not a copy of such an official product. It was featured in the popular program “Western Music Live Legend” by a certain satellite broadcasting station in 2010. It is a Japanese broadcasting version that is fully equipped with the program’s original section and Japanese subtitles.
Before touching on the contents, first the position of the show. As a solo, let’s check the whole picture of “ROCK A LITTLE TOUR 1986”, which was one of the largest careers alongside “WILD HEART TOUR”.

・ April 11-May 11: North America # 1 (16 performances)
・ May 30-June 29: North America # 2 (17 performances) ← ★ Coco ★
・ July 13-August 28: North America # 3 (21 performances)
・ September 24th-October 6th: Australia (8 performances)

This is the whole view of the 1986 tour. Although it is a world tour for the time being, it is actually only three countries of the United States, Canada and Australia. The Morrison performance of this work was the 14th performance of “North America # 2” in the middle of it.
This work that conveys such a show is completely official because it was originally an official work. Moreover, since the broadcasting was in 2010, the broadcasting and recording are completely digital. The broadcast station master’s visual beauty is contained in a DVD with zero deterioration. Moreover, as mentioned above, this work is a masterpiece nominated by Grammy. The camerawork is gorgeous with aerial photography, and the editing that weaves a variety of cuts is gorgeous. There are many productions that come out one after another, but the quality that does not look cheap is amazing). Furthermore, it is a super-masterpiece video that is top-class in the 1980s, with its mix and sound quality being a master record.
▽ What is drawn with the visual beauty that truly embodies the cutting edge of the times is “Solo Stevie” completely different from FLEETWOOD MAC. Although it is a short total of 9 songs in about 1 hour, the hit songs from the solo work are concentrated and reduced there. Let’s sort out the selection here.

● Solo (7 songs)
・ BELLA DONNA: Outside the Rain / Edge of Seventeen
・ THE WILD HEART: Beauty and the Beast / Stand Back
・ ROCK A LITTLE: Talk to Me / No Spoken Word / Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?
● Others (2 songs)
・ Dreams “Rumours” / I Need to Know (Tom Petty & THE HEARTBREAKERS)

… And this is how it looks. All solo numbers except FLEETWOOD MAC’s “Dreams” and Tom Petty’s cover. The stage was accompanied by a large back band of 11 people including a female chorus corps, and the expression of singing hit songs from the camera’s perspective was like a pop star. Of course, the singing voice is as good as ever, and that voice is not too sweet even with a pop melody, and the trembling Vivrat of “Beauty and the Beast” and “Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?”
Also, because of the multi-camera, the appearance of Mick Fleetwood and Peter Frampton is perfect. Speaking of Frampton at the time, the single “Lying” recorded a long-time hit, and the following year, he was also participating in David Bowie’s “GLASS SPIDER TOUR”. It makes me listen to a guitar that rocks hot while addicting to the pop world.

Stevie Nicks of the 1980s who had a platinum hit as a solo singer and reigned in the scene. It is a masterpiece of the music image that becomes the symbol. At that time, Madonna and Cyndi Lauper had already broken, but she was a pioneer and shined in the same ring. Please enjoy the dazzling appearance with this work.

ピーター・フランプトンやミック・フリートウッドも参加し、世界を魅了したスティーヴィー・ニックスの“ROCK A LITTLE TOUR”。その象徴でもある極上プロショットが登場です。
そんな本作に収められているのは「1986年6月25日モリソン公演」。デンバーの観光名所でもある“レッドロック野外劇場”で撮影されたマルチカメラ・プロショットです。この映像は公式作品『LIVE AT RED ROCKS』としても知られ、グラミー賞にもノミネートされた名作中の名作。しかし、本作はそんな公式品のコピーではありません。2010年に某衛星放送局の人気番組“洋楽ライブ伝説”で特集されたもの。番組独自の前説コーナーや日本語字幕も完備された日本放送バージョンです。
その内容に触れる前に、まずはショウのポジション。ソロとしては“WILD HEART TOUR”と並んでキャリア最大級だった“ROCK A LITTLE TOUR 1986”の全体像から確かめてみましょう。


まさに時代の最先端を体現した映像美で描かれるのは、FLEETWOOD MACとはまったく異なる“ソロのスティーヴィー”。約1時間で全9曲と短めではあるもののの、そこにはソロ作からのヒット曲を濃縮還元。ここで、そのセレクトも整理しておきましょう。

・BELLA DONNA:Outside the Rain/Edge of Seventeen
・THE WILD HEART:Beauty and the Beast/Stand Back
・ROCK A LITTLE:Talk to Me/No Spoken Word/Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?
・Dreams『Rumours』/I Need to Know(トム・ペティ&THE HEARTBREAKERS)

……と、このようになっています。FLEETWOOD MACの「Dreams」とトム・ペティのカバー以外はすべてソロ・ナンバー。女声コーラス隊も交えた11人に及ぶ大所帯のバックバンドを従えたステージも、カメラ目線でヒット曲を熱唱する表情もポップスター然としている。もちろん、その歌声はどこまでも素晴らしく、あの声色はポップなメロディでも甘くなりすぎず、切々と歌う「Beauty and the Beast」や「Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?」の震えるヴィヴラートが胸をえぐる……。
また、マルチカメラだからこそミック・フリートウッドやピーター・フランプトンの姿もばっちり。当時のフランプトンと言えば、シングル『Lying』が久々のヒットを記録し、翌年にはデヴィッド・ボウイの“GLASS SPIDER TOUR”にも参加している時期。ポップな世界にピタッとハマりながら熱くロックするギターを聴かせてくれるのです。

1. VJ Intro
2. Intro
3. Outside the Rain
4. Dreams”
5. Talk to Me
6. I Need to Know
7.No Spoken Word
8.Beauty and the Beast
9. Stand Back
10. Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?
11. Edge of Seventeen

Stevie Nicks – vocals, tambourine
Waddy Wachtel – guitar
Peter Frampton – guitar★
Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion★
Jennifer Condos – bass
Bobby Martin – horn, keyboards, background vocals
Jai Winding – keyboards
Bobbye Hall – percussion
Rick Marotta – drums
Sharon Celani – background vocals
Lori Perry-Nicks – background vocals
Elesecia Wright – background vocals


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