Scorpions -- Irvine, CA -- October 22nd, 1988
Thanks to Mr Bakeman on Dime A Dozen. Said show was postponed several hours due to military flight with Winger going on at 11 and Scorpions at 12:15
Higher And Higher
Headed For A Heartbreak
Time To Surrender
We Let It Rock, You Let It Roll
Big City Nights
Rhythm Of Love
Every Minute Every Day
Bad Boys Running Wild
Make It Real
Coast to Coast
Still Loving You
Don't Stop At The Top
Can't Live Without You
-Herman Rarebell on Drums-
-Matthias Jabs on Guitar-
No One Like You
Rock You Like a Hurricane
Too bad people had to sit through dinger.
[QUOTE=fonzbear2000;254336]Too bad people had to sit through dinger.[/QUOTE]
Image and some lyrical content aside, Winger's actually a grossly underrated band.
[QUOTE=The Ghost at Number One;254365]Image and some lyrical content aside, Winger's actually a grossly underrated band.[/QUOTE]
With all due respect to Scorpions who i love and i think they totally rock, Winger has better musicians (technically speaking i stress) Reb Beach is a better (technical) guitar player than anybody who has played in Scorpions, Rod Morgenstain is a better (technical) drummer than any other Scorpions drummer, although James Kottak kicks ass big time, and Kip Winger is a better bass player than any Scorpions bass players. As for the voice, i'd say there's a tie, but that's completely arguable as Klaus Maine's voice is unique.
Winger is a very underrated band, listen to their best album "Pull", an amazing underrated piece of work which became victim of the grunge movement in the 90's.
I just wish i was in that concert back in 1988 ...
I am not so sure I would blame a few years of grunge for the failure of every fly by night one hit wonder to make the big time. I really doubt Winger would have been any more popular than they were at their peak.
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