The disc includes selections from the famous Fillmore shows chosen by club members.
This is the 3rd CD From the Metclub FanCan#3. This is the Load/Reload Demos Picked by the Club members.
This is 2nd CD From the Metclub FanCan#2.This is a few tracks of Metallica Live for a Members-Only Club Show at San Francisco Slim's Club on June 9th & 10th 1996
This is 1st CD From the Metclub FanCan#1.This is Metallica just Jaming in The studio with some songs played.
There are no track listings as this is on the fly jamming.
You can only get this is this CD and fancan if youare a memeber of the metallica fan club.
Very rare and hard to get now.
It is more than twenty years since Solti last recorded Così for Decca, and if that earlier version was far from ideally cast, this new one more than makes amends. Above all, it has a commanding Fiordiligi in Renée Fleming, who conveys all the tragic vulnerability of this central character. Her performance of the great second-act rondo ‘Per pietà’ would be enough to melt the hardest of hearts. Anne Sofie von Otter and Olaf Bär are in fine form, too; and while Adelina Scarabelli is not exactly a mistress of disguises (she scarcely alters her voice at all for Despina’s part as the mesmeric doctor), her vitality is irresistible. More contentious is the Ferrando of Frank Lopardo. True, he can scale down his voice admirably, but all too often he lacks a genuine sense of line, and his intonation is unreliable.
Bon Jovi's four-CD/one-DVD box set of rarities, 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong, inspires two immediate reactions. The first: How in the world did Bon Jovi have four discs' worth of unreleased material in their vaults? The second: Who on earth would want to hear 50 rarities from Bon Jovi? To anybody who's not a devoted fan, the New Jersey group always seemed like a quintessential singles-driven band…