Live in Dortmund (18 December 1983) - 1. "Sanctuary" 2. "The Trooper" 3. "Revelations" 4. "Flight of Icarus" 5. "22 Acacia Avenue" 6. "The Number of the Beast" 7. "Run to the Hills"
Recorded live at Westfalenhalle, Dortmund Germany 29-Nov-1980. Lineup: Phil Mogg (v), Andy Parker (d), Pete Way (b), Neil Carter (g/v/k), Paul Chapman (g). Setlist: Chains Chains / Lettin' Go / Long Gone / Cherry / Only You Can Rock Me / No Place to Run / Making Moves / Love to Love / Mystery Train / Too Hot to Handle / Lights Out / Rock Bottom / Doctor Doctor
Ozzy Osbourne at Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany I Don't Know Mr. Crowley Bark at the Moon Centre of Eternity Drum Solo Iron Man Paranoid
Joe Cocker - The Best Of Joe Cocker Dortmund Live (1992)
Dortmund, Germany: 18 de Septiembre de 1991 The Ecstasy of Gold Enter Sandman Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Sad But True The Four Horsemen (half) Seek & Destroy For Whom the Bell Tolls One Whiplash Encore: Last Caress (Misfits cover) Am I Evil? (Diamond Head cover) (half) Battery
Sudden Organ, From a Motel 6, I Was the Fool Beside You for Too Long, Drug Test, Orange Song (Antietam cover), Did I Tell You, Nowhere Near, Big Day Coming (fast), Shaker, Double Dare, Out the Window, Mushroom Cloud of Hiss, What Can I Say (NRBQ cover), Can't Seem to Make You Mine (The Seeds cover), Rockaway Beach (Ramones cover), So Sedimentary (Qunicy Jones cover), Carbona Not Glue (Ramones cover), Speeding Motorcycle (Daniel Johnston cover), Griselda (The Holy Modal Rounders cover), Somebody's Baby
The Uprising Tour ran in Europe from May 30th to July 13th 1980 with five further dates in the USA in September. It was Bob Marley s last tour before his tragically early death in May 1981 at the age of just 36. The tour was in support of the 'Uprising' album released on June 10th 1980. A few days later on June 13th the live show from Dortmund s Westfalenhalle was filmed for the famous German music TV series Rockpalast and is presented here on DVD for the first time with footage restored to the best possible quality. Bob Marley and the Wailers are on superb form and deliver a set of hit singles and classic album tracks. Marley s energetic, charismatic performance gives no indication that he was already ill with the cancer that would take his life less than a year later.