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Artist: Angel

Title: Live Without a Net

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1980

Label: Casablanca (Japan)

Catalog Number: PSCW-1093/4

Personnel

Felix Robinson
Barry Brandt
Frank DiMino
Gregg Giuffria
Punky Meadows

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Tower live  5:02
2.  Can You Feel It live  4:06
3.  Don't Leave Me Lonely live  4:01
4.  Telephone Exchange live  4:12
5.  I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore live  3:09
6.  Over and Over live  4:48
7.  Anyway You Want It live  2:55
8.  On the Rocks live  9:17
9.  Wild and Hot live  3:15
  
Total Running Time:  40:45

Disc 2
10.  All the Young Dudes live  5:38  Cover: David Bowie
11.  Rock and Rollers live  7:09
12.  White Lightning live  8:53
13.  Hold Me, Squeeze Me live  3:48
14.  Got Love If You Want It live  3:58
15.  Feelin' Right live  6:08
16.  20th Century Foxes live  4:58
  
Total Running Time:  40:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: novy Date: April 30, 2001 at 9:56
i have this on vinyl. it smokes..one of the best live albums ever. should be up there with frampton comes alive. angel fans e-mail me at novy1969@aol.com

From: Hardyman45 Date: February 5, 2002 at 23:39
I also have this on Vinyl! This is an awesome live set from a band that had all the potential that KISS did during that era. Casablanca Records had a goldmine with this band. Too bad they didnt know how to handle them..

From: Wattage Date: March 30, 2002 at 4:09
Gotta get the 2000 Angel album up here!

From: Tony Date: September 11, 2002 at 21:16
Man what a album!!! Why these guys weren't huge is beyond me. The musicianship here is incredible, EVERY solo on here is worth listening too. Punky Meadows playing is just pure blissful 70's melodic riffing and Barry Brandt just had that great Zeppelin like whomp to his sound. The fact that you're even on this website makes me think it would be worth your while to check these guys out. A friend years ago gave me a hand me down vinyl copy of "White Hot" and I've never looked back!!!

From: Doogbomb Date: May 3, 2003 at 20:00
This would be a great Reunion Tour. Wish I could find some merchandise. KISS & Aerosmith W/ Special Guest ANGEL

From: kid chaos Date: June 24, 2003 at 15:17
the reunion would never happen doogbomb,cuz angel never played with kiss in the first place

From: Angelito Date: August 10, 2003 at 16:14
When i saw this album, many years ago, i though whats this?, five mens all in white, and look, what a strange pose of the singer and what a mouth of the guitar player( fotograph on the back), what kind of music can be?. Many years later bough it, and, well, the first song, the tower says all, hot rockin baby. But when i saw in a movie "foxes", i expected more action, they all quiet.

From: jpw Date: August 11, 2003 at 17:34
This was actually one of the poorer Live albums produced. It was extensively mixed in the studio and even contained some studio tracks mixed with Live performances. Their live concerts sounded MUCH better than this. A good compilation but a poor example of their live show.

From: MICHAEL Date: January 28, 2004 at 18:48
ive been a fan since day 1.ihave been blessed with the opotunity of meeting barry and frank at a show in nj.barry gave me his drumstix after signing my albums. being a drummer and huge admirer of his(even copying his drum style)it was more than a religiouse xperiance.im 40 now,dicovered them in my teensand there still my fav band of all time.

From: Tharsis Date: April 3, 2004 at 20:14
Too bad there aren't more songs here from the first 2 albums which are the real Angel classics. Still, the live version of Tower alone is worth the price of admission and also proves that Frank Dimino had the pipes to put in a great live performance. A tragically underrated hard rock band. This will be a welcome CD for all fans.

From: Rockhead Date: April 7, 2004 at 4:17
One of the greatest live albums of all time. only 2 niggles, the first it didnt feature the full intro and second the sound may be a little too sterile. The songs and performances however are top notch.

From: Allen L'heureux Date: April 17, 2004 at 9:09
I would like to buy a copy of angel live without a net. I have been an angel fan for years why is this cd so hard to find? Why not reproduce more copys so fans like myself can have a copy. Will the record company ever produce more copys on cd this fan is hoping that they do! Untill then i'am still on my quest to get my hands on a copy.

From: Bart K. Date: May 13, 2004 at 18:26
What a truly great band these guys were. They had it all, great rythm & riffs, vocals, guitar & keyboard. I had the chance to see them in 1980 in Dayton, Ohio. Favorite Songs are "Dr. Ice" and "On The Rocks". I am now looking to find all of the cd's I can find, esp. "Live without a net" & "On Earth as it is in Heaven". I have "Angel", "Helluva Band" and "Anthology" already. Can you help? Willing to trade! Thanks and God Bless Angel & its fans....Bart E-mail maxoom59@aol.com

From: ChattyPancake Date: July 20, 2004 at 12:31
I like Angel. They have a lot of good songs and a few good albums. "Live Without A Net" ain't one of'em. It's average at best. BUT - a lot of good bands have some clunkers in their catalogues.

From: Thesainter Date: September 6, 2004 at 22:48
Huge Angel fan from downunder (Australia) bought my first vinyl On Earth As It Is In Heaven soooooooooo many years ago and was hooked for ever. Best album is Helluva Band. Would have loved to see them live, did they ever tour Australia? How can I get my hands on their CDs my vinyls are just about worn out. Cheers from Melbourne Australia

From: christos/athens Date: October 24, 2004 at 1:33
one of my fave bands,on one of my fave live albums.i was lucky enough to find it at the flea market for just 9 euros some five years ago!this is an absolutely cult band!

From: Nick C Date: January 28, 2005 at 14:22
Yeah a cool album, I love it, but I have a CD by the band called Blowing Great Guns and it highlights where the album could have been so much better..for example the over the top band intro where God sends each member of the band down to Earth to show mere mortals how music in Heaven is played, is superb and would have been a great start to this release. Also it seems that most of Frank's between songs raps have been edited out and Gregs keyboard solo is much shorter. Still a great album tho.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 15, 2011 at 21:58
Great solid live album by Angel!!!....in agreement with all the good comments above ...1980 was the year and the band was showing the world how powerful and consistent it was...wonderful musicians indeed...my faves in here are "Tower","Can You Feel It","Don't Leave Me Lonely","I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore","Anyway You Want It","On The Rocks" & "White Lightning"...recommended by all means...90/100

From: Reverend Mayhem Date: January 6, 2014 at 8:34
Cheesy white uniforms and teeny-bop elements aside, it turns out that Angel were a pretty terrific live band, as this album documents. The rhythm section of Brand & Robinson was a solid unit, Punky Meadows a capable guitarist (although nowhere near guitar hero status), and Frank DiMino certainly one of the more unique voices in rock history. The true star is of course Greg Giuffria with all his ELP keyboard mania, highlighted at various points in this collection of tracks culled from shows in Santa Monica and Long Beach at what could be called the height of Angel's career. The song selection amply covers their studio output, all very well-played and including some welcome indulgence (check out the nod to Jeff Beck's "Freeway Jam" in "Feelin' Right"). If you're a fan of big, overblown 1970s live albums like "Frampton Comes Alive" and "All The World's A Stage," then find this and dig. 88 / 100

From: underworld king Date: July 7, 2014 at 9:15
Listening to this great album right now. This band was really in the groove back when they recorded this album. I would love to see this band in a live setting someday since I missed out back in the days. If you never got to see the band live then listening to this is the next best thing.


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