Long Live Rock N Roll. UMG (от лица компании "Universal Motown Records Group"); UBEM, CMRRA, Sony ATV Publishing, Abramus Digital, ARESA, União Brasileira de Compositores, BMG Rights Management, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (17). UMG (от лица компании "Universal Motown Records Group"); Audiam (Publishing), BMG Rights Management, CMRRA, ARESA, União Brasileira de Compositores, Abramus Digital" и другие авторские общества (16). Rainbow Eyes (Album Version). UMG (от лица компании "Universal Motown Records Group"); ARESA, UMPI, CMRRA, Abramus Digital, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (20).
Long Live Rock 'n' Roll is the third studio album released by the British hard rock band Rainbow, released in 1978, and the last to feature original lead vocalist Ronnie James Dio. Recording of the album commenced in April 1977 at a studio in Château d'Hérouville, France, featuring Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio and Cozy Powell. Keyboards were initially played on a session basis by former Rainbow member Tony Carey, while bass parts were started by Mark Clarke.
The third Rainbow album, released in 1978. It enjoyed as much success as the previous two albums, but its recording was not pleasant for the band. It eventually became the last album to feature vocalist Ronnie James Dio.
Long live rock and roll Long live rock 'n' roll, yeah Long live rock and roll Look you. If you suddenly see What has happened to me You should spread the word around. And tell everyone here That it is perfectly clear They can sail above it all on what they've found It cries for you It's the best that you can do Like a sound that's everywhere I can hear it screaming through the air. Long live rock and roll Long live rock 'n' roll Long live rock and roll Let it live, let it live, let it live.
Long Live Rock 'n' Roll may be singer Ronnie James Dio's last album with Rainbow, but at least he went out on a high note. While the material is not quite as strong as on the previous studio effort, Rising, Long Live Rock 'n' Roll maintains the momentum the band had built up. "Kill the King" had been previously heard on the live On Stage record, but here it sounds more fully realized. Also, the title track from the album stands as one of the best songs the band did, not to mention a noble sentiment.