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Motörhead - The Last Gig - In Memory Of Lemmy 40th Anniversary Tour, Berlin 2015 album

Motörhead - The Last Gig - In Memory Of Lemmy 40th Anniversary Tour, Berlin 2015 album
Performer: Motörhead
Title: The Last Gig - In Memory Of Lemmy 40th Anniversary Tour, Berlin 2015
Released: 2016
Style: Heavy Metal, Rock & Roll
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 115
MP3 size: 1126 mb
FLAC size: 1740 mb


A1 Bomber
A2 Stay Clean
A3 Metropolis
A4 When The Sky Comes Looking For You
B1 Over The Top
B2 The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
B3 Rock It
B4 Orgasmatron
C1 Doctor Rock
C2 Just 'Cos You Got The Power
C3 No Class
C4 The Ace Of Spades
D1 Whorehouse Blues
D2 Overkill


40th Anniversary Tour, Live at Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany (11 Dec, 2015)

Limited to 200 copies. First 25 come in limited numbered box set to 25 copies.

Motörhead is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Motörhead, released on 21 August 1977, on Chiswick Records, one of the first for the label. It is officially regarded as the band's debut album, though an album was recorded in 1975 for United Artists which was shelved, and was only released in 1979 after the band had established themselves commercially. Three tracks on the album were actually composed by Lemmy while he was still a member of Hawkwind, "Motorhead", "Lost Johnny," and "The Watcher," the latter a psychedelic acoustic piece.

Ian Fraser "Lemmy" Kilmister (24 December 1945 – 28 December 2015), was an English singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the founder, lead singer, bassist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Motörhead. Lemmy's music was one of the foundations of the heavy metal genre.

Spine says: "The Last One". Same tracklist as "The Last Fucking Show" but different artwork and title. Max-Schmeling Hall, Berlin, Germany, December 11, 2015 '40th Anniversary Tour' The Last Motorhead Concert Ever. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat. This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.

Shot on December 11th in Berlin, the clip shows that even two-and-a-half weeks before his death, Kilmister was howling on the mic, hounding the strings of his bass and causing severe neck cramps in headbangers like it was 1979. The mammoth rendition of Overkill - the title track from their second LP - capped off Motörhead’s 16-song set, and will serve as fitting, ear-splitting final note to their storied 40-year career.

Опубликовано: 12 дек. 2015 г. Категория. Стандартная лицензия YouTube. Live WW. Лицензиар: "Aviator Management GmbH; EMI Music Publishing, UBEM, BMG Rights Management, SOLAR Music Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (3). Ещё. Свернуть.

By April 1977, Motörhead had decided to split after one last Marquee gig. Lemmy phoned Chiswick Records’ Ted Carroll, whom he knew from his Rock On record stall, asking if he could record the show. Although Carroll couldn’t get a mobile, the last-gasp blinder Motörhead played persuaded him to front a single. The trio hit Escape Studios in Kent, with Speedy Keen producing. Seizing the moment with a big bag of speed, Motörhead ejaculated an album’s worth of backing tracks in 24 hours – enough for Carroll to allow an album and record deal. The album enabled Motörhead to go on to become one of the UK’s biggest bands – but as this fine artefact reminds us, if not for Ted Carroll, the world may have continued without them, leaving rock a much tamer beast indeed. Classic Rock Newsletter.

Watch footage of Motörhead’s last performance before Lemmy’s death, at Germany’s Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin, on December 11. The metal titans wrapped up the European leg of their 40th Anniversary tour earlier in the month, and were due to play the UK in January. Pick up the new issue of Kerrang!, out January 6, to read our touching tribute to the legend that is Lemmy Kilmister. Posted on December 31st 2015, 10:41am. The Kerrang! Awards 2019

December 29, 2015 ·. Lemmy is God - In memory of Lemmy Kilmister 1945-2015. December 29, 2015 ·. Lemmy will live forever! Motörhead added a new photo to the album: Motörhead. It was previously reported that guitarist Jim Voxx of SKEW SISKIN, who own Berlin's Monongo studios, was producing/recording and mixing two of the songs for the project. A full horn section was recorded, a saxophone player, a blues piano player and a lot more. Lemmy's health issues caused the band to cancel a number of European festival appearances this past summer - including shows in France, Germany and Russia. The dates were called off when doctors discovered an unspecified haematoma, a pool of leaked blood gathered in Lemmy's muscles.

I would really like to own a copy of this. I can't find one anywhere!
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