Straight Between the Eyes, an Album by Rainbow. Released 10 June on Polydor (catalog no. POLD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Ritchie Blackmore (guitar, writer, orchestral arrangements), Roger Glover (bass, producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Bobby Rondinelli (drums), Joe Lynn Turner (vocals), David Rosenthal (keyboards, aka_text orchestration .
The dvd sounds great, has good footage and all the great songs you be expecting from this specific tour, straight between the eyes. The second dvd has some video's and surprisingly has more live footage of rainbow with a orchestra doing beethoven's tune. Good stuff.
"Power" also demonstrates that he can deliver a fun, energetic rock song just about as good as anyone else. This is the strongest album of the Joe Lynn Turner era of Rainbow. The guitar and keyboard performances of Rosenthal and Blackmore are supberb, and the vocals of Turner are impressive as well.
Label: The Way Of Wizards - WOW • Format: DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Unofficial Release Digipak • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock Rainbow - Live Between The Eyes (, Digipak, DVD) | Discogs.
Live Between The Eyes Overture: Over The Rainbow Written-By – Harburg*, Harold* Spotlight Kid: Miss Mistreated: It Can't Happen Here: Tearin' Out My Heart: All Night Long: Stone Cold: Power: Blues Interlude: Beethoven's Ninth: Ode To Joy: Long Live Rock And Roll Written-By – Dio* /5(1).
Compared to Difficult to Cure, Straight Between the Eyes doesn’t do a lot better. In fact, it’s even worse off. In fact, it’s even worse off. By replacing capable musicians with lesser ones album by album since Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll (with the exception of Roger Glover), the quality of Rainbow’s albums had been slowly declining.
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow has gone through some shallow incarnations, but the latest lineup tops them all. Joe Lynn Turner's vocals on Straight between the Eyes are so faceless and predictable they could almost be sold as generic hard-rock singing, while keyboardist David Rosenthal turns in solos that are even more witlessly overplayed than.