Golden Earring: Live from the Twilight Zone (1984)
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This concert from Golden Earring in Leiden, Netherlands in 1984 is a really great show to listen to and watch. It really does seem like the band are enjoying themselves. I can watch it over and over and over again.
This concert is pure classic rock. The line-up is George Kooymans on lead electric guitar and lead vocals; Barry Hay on lead vocals and electric guitar (Barry also portrays the "secret agent" type guy in the intro - twilight zone, and in the video for "Twilight Zone"; Rinus Gerritsen on Doubled Armed 8 string electric bass and
Cesar Zuiderwijk on drums.
The concert begins with a video introduction of "Twilight Zone" that goes way back to the 1980's, with the "secret agent" guy (Barry) & the "cut-off" poker card. It also shows the bullet going through the poker card. Then it has these "hit men" who are after him. Barry "the secret agent" guy is beginning to think "that eternal fate has turned its back on him". He tries to run from the hit men, who are out to kill him, and gets hit by a car, and then taken to a hospital. Then the concert begins.
This band is very guitar oriented. Plus, they have Rinus Gerritsen on one of those big, double armed, electric, 8 string bass guitars. The main electric guitar player is George Kooymans, he is also, one of their 2 lead singers. Then you have Barry Hay, who is the other lead singer, and at times, especially towards the end of the concert, he plays the electric guitar also. Barry is the one in the White Tee Shirt. This band puts 100%+ effort into this concert. On the song "Twilight Zone" (A.K.A. "When the Bullet Hits the Bone"), it is totally awesome. You get a long guitar solo, as follows - the double armed, bass guitar player (Rinus), plays a continuing rhythmic tune, while George plays a totally different tune simontaneously. It is very well coordinated, and so amazing, that it just simply defies description.
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