Victim of Changes LIVE - Vocal Analysis and Reaction to Rob Halford and Judas Priest

  • Опубліковано 16 вер 2023
  • I've only heard Judas Priest once before with the song Painkiller so today we're continuing down the rabbit hole. Here they are performing "Victim of Changes" LIVE in 1983.
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  • Rick Daniels
    Rick Daniels 10 днів тому +138

    On the studio version, especially during the slow middle bit, he sings the lines much more, sustaining the notes with nice vibrato. When you catch live versions, the bands have been on the road for months, performing nightly, and you can hear it in Rob's voice here. He's cutting a lot of notes short to preserve his voice, probably for the high notes, for which of course, Rob is legendary.

    • Larry P
      Larry P 10 днів тому +10

      I actually prefer the live versions of all of their earlier stuff. I've been a huge Priest fan since I was a kid but I always thought the studio albums up through Turbo sounded too clean and processed. I enjoyed the Unleashed in the East versions and the versions on the live video from the Screaming for Vengeance tour much more than the studio versions and really enjoyed seeing them live.

    • j freed
      j freed 10 днів тому +5

      @Larry Pthat's 💯 valid, I think many of the bootlegs of Jimi Hendrix sound way better than the studio version, it's a wonderful saturated, organic and grooving sound... yes even with the band missing a cue because they are always in fact 'following' Jimi... Hendrix would just kind of shrug it off and keep going.
      It's magical. He's the king of cool to me. Nobody sounded like the Jimi Hendrix experience, or even Band of Gypsys. I think if I found more Led Zeppelin bootlegs I would enjoy those equally.

    • Daddy #53
      Daddy #53 9 днів тому +16

      The live version from “unleashed in the East” was pure fire!

    • 100hooker
      100hooker 9 днів тому +9

      Saw Judas Priest multiple times including this performance at US Festival 83. Metal Sunday AKA the day NewWave died. They were on fire this day. It was 100 degrees plus that day and I remember saying to my friend, do you think JP is coming out all leathered up today? They did not disappoint.

    • Allen Gray
      Allen Gray 9 днів тому +5

      Yes and on Unleashed In The East. It's Epic! Best live album of the time. Sorry Mr Frampton. I Love Frampton Comes Alive too!

  • Todd Dean
    Todd Dean 10 днів тому +91

    That album, Sad Wings of Destiny, is so good! Rob really gets to show his abilities on that one. A favorite of my vinyl collection

    • Marcelo Duhá
      Marcelo Duhá 10 днів тому +3

      Rob is just unbelievable on that album. Also one of my favourites

    • Jeremiah Rose
      Jeremiah Rose 9 днів тому +3

      An amazing album

    • Michael Elam
      Michael Elam 9 днів тому +5

      One of my favorites for sure; maybe their most versatile.

    • J K
      J K 9 днів тому

      @Michael Elam hell yeah brothah!

  • Neil Murrell
    Neil Murrell 7 днів тому +12

    There is metal vocalists then there is Rob Halford who is out there on his own. #Legend

  • David Lombardo
    David Lombardo 10 днів тому +47

    You should experience Dreamer, Deceiver / Deceiver off of Sad Wings of Destiny (STUDIO - NOT LIVE) and/or Here Come The Tears / Dissident Aggressor off of Sin After Sin album. You'll get all kinds of range!!! And he does all his own harmonies.

    • DrSkeff
      DrSkeff 10 днів тому +7

      Love Dreamer/Deceiver but the Old Gray Whistle Test version is fantastic as well.

    • John Wood
      John Wood 10 днів тому +2

      @DrSkeff Yes, it shows really well what they could do even when forced to hold back because BBC! But I'd be happy with studio too, it's what I listen to most often after all.

    • Eradicator
      Eradicator  9 днів тому +9

      Definitely the STUDIO version of Dreamer Deceiver.

    • Donald Ballman
      Donald Ballman 8 днів тому +1

      Also the Ripper

    • A B
      A B 6 днів тому +2

      Run of the Mill as well

  • Rick Moore
    Rick Moore 9 днів тому +15

    This is why he is known as the Metal God. His range is incredible.

  • River Alph
    River Alph 10 днів тому +23

    JP's tones, rhythms, melodies and dynamics always give me chills. I highly recommend you check out their cover of Joan Baez's "Diamonds and Rust" and their cover of (early-Peter Green era) Fleetwood Mac's "The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)" from the Unleashed In the East live album. Top notch performances. Their biographical take on Jack the Ripper ("The Ripper") is fantastic as well.

    AURAL FIXXATION 9 днів тому +4

    You should definitely do their song "Here Comes The Tears". A moody jazzy blues feel that slowly builds into a driving but, tormented heavy riff.

  • Eric Webster
    Eric Webster 9 днів тому +10

    If you’d like to hear another amazing vocal performance from Rob Halford, listen to the studio record of a song called Beyond The Realms of Death off the album Stained Class

  • The Corbinator
    The Corbinator 9 днів тому +5

    I highly recommend you react to 'The Sentinel' from the 'Defenders of the Faith' album (but please do the studio version, not live). You will hear a great story to it and lots of variety that showcases Rob's dexterity with low and high notes. One of my favorite JP songs.

  • Scott Matzeder
    Scott Matzeder 10 днів тому +12

    IMO, Rob IS the Ultimate Heavy Metal Voice....

    • Howie Warren
      Howie Warren 7 днів тому

      IMHO and i love RJD!!! but i agree!!

  • Erick Sowder
    Erick Sowder 10 днів тому +23

    Wow. Rob was singing like a guitar solo. He’s able to do what ever he wants. Awesome!

  • Gforceracing20
    Gforceracing20 8 днів тому +8

    Glenn Tipton and KK Downing are such a fantastic guitar duo!

  • Orphan Gypsy
    Orphan Gypsy 9 днів тому +2

    Great live classic! Check out studio version of this song, just another level. Use to have all their records back in the 80ies. Also last rose of summer is fantastic song

  • Dumas
    Dumas 9 днів тому +2

    This song was my gateway into metal music 🤘 it literally blew me away! I was hooked I couldn’t get enough… listen to the studio version too, it’s truly amazing… thank you for your channel 🤘

  • Mirror 4U
    Mirror 4U 5 днів тому +3

    At the beginning of this concert we started to make our way towards the front to see JP, we did succeed, facing the stage we were on the right side and very close, crisp and clean as always, JP was on and defiantly super tight. After JP lol we headed back to where our girlfriends were to get some space. The whole concert was epic! I was 20 at the time. `Great video btw!

  • Brian Manata
    Brian Manata 9 днів тому +2

    This is as real as it gets. Halford was coked out of his mind for a lot of these early 80 performances. The live version of this song off of Unleased in the East is outrageous. Also, his performances on the Fuel for Life tour (1986) are legendary.

  • CosmicDrBot
    CosmicDrBot 9 днів тому +4

    "Before The Dawn", the vocals on that track, just wow

  • E. Leon
    E. Leon 9 днів тому +1

    It was such a pleasure to watch the joy on your face during this track. Priest has been part of my life nearly 50 years, and I remember my first live experience with Victim of Changes. It's not hyperbole to say it changed my life. Thank you for being so open with how this track touched you. Your smile at the gong was pure sunshine, and that's how Priest has made me feel since I was a child. Beauty is beauty. I recently read Rob's second book which brought me further happiness. Thanks again, it's a pleasure to listen to folks like you breaking down the iconic works of classic metal.

  • Eddie Storey
    Eddie Storey 9 днів тому +18

    Even at his advanced age, he's still got it. He's one of the few who can still hit the notes he was hitting in his 20's while being in his 70's.

    • Stickleback
      Stickleback 6 днів тому +2

      Best voice in the history of music.

      PC LOAD LETTER 2 дні тому +1

      He is better than everyone else even near his age.

    • Marla Hart
      Marla Hart День тому

      @Stickleback🎸🙋‍♀️Agreed. He’s been my fav vocalist since 1st time I heard him. Also LOVE the JP sound!

  • Ricky Esch
    Ricky Esch 10 днів тому +4

    A few people showed up for this one! My favorite heavy metal singer. Two of the greatest complimentary guitarists ever!

  • Armen Yeremyan
    Armen Yeremyan 10 днів тому +3

    Thanks for the Judas Priest, Bethany! It would be great to hear your reaction to studio version "The Sentinel" from the 1984 album "Defenders of The Faith"

  • Greg Heath
    Greg Heath 10 днів тому +15

    Thanks for reacting to this song. One of my favorites from Jusas Priest. I saw them in the late 80's in Honolulu. They were incredible.

  • Wayne Canning
    Wayne Canning 10 днів тому +5

    Love learning from your videos. It paints all of these songs I've been listening to and attempting to sing all these years, in such a profoundly new light. If you're enjoying this journey down the Metal rabbit hole, might i suggest Phil Anselmo of Pantera and the song Cemetery Gates. It's a classic Groove Metal song where the guitar and vocals trade off in a truly amazing way.

    • Marcelo Duhá
      Marcelo Duhá 10 днів тому +1

      True. The way she shines her light on things is just so inspiring.

  • jonesy19691
    jonesy19691 7 днів тому +5

    This song on the album "Sad Wings of Destiny" came out in 1976, that's why it kinda has a 70's sound in parts! It's one of their best albums! 🤔🇺🇸

  • Kit Walker
    Kit Walker 9 днів тому +1

    Bethany I loved your vocal analysis of this clip which is my favorite clip of Priest performing my favorite Priest song. I was with you every step of the way on every reaction and very much enjoyed your enthusiasm and surprise at Robs awesome vocal capabilities and appreciation of this great song. Big smiles. Thank you!

  • thom
    thom 9 днів тому +1

    Wow! I just discovered you and I'm so glad I did!!
    You are a real breath of fresh air - your reaction to this was so sincere and I love the spot you're coming from!
    I'd love to hear your reactions to as many non-hit Bowie songs as possible, and in particular, Somebody Up There Likes Me from Young Americans and Teenage Wildlife from Scary Monsters and Super Creeps...

  • Gene Roberts
    Gene Roberts 10 днів тому +5

    The riff in this song is so killer

    • Chad Dubois
      Chad Dubois 10 днів тому

      One of the most fun to play as well.

  • glpf5
    glpf5 10 днів тому +14

    Thanks for the great video. My personal favorite Priest song (and the one that I think most showcases Rob's full range) is Run of the Mill which is not often reacted to but I think you'd really enjoy it; the amount of variety in Run of the Mill combined with everything from beautiful, low cleans to the highest of highs are just so good! I really think that if you listen to Run of the Mill you will be shocked (in a good way) and very, very surprised. Have a great day.

    • ucheehQ
      ucheehQ 10 днів тому +1

      Not only does it showcase Rob's range incredibly well, it's also important to understand that Run of the Mill is a song featured on their debut album. It was the very first glimpse into what Rob, and the band as a whole, would be capable of in the decades to follow. It's such an underrated song.

    • glpf5
      glpf5 10 днів тому

      Great point, so much unexpected material on that first album.@ucheehQ

    • Psychotron_666
      Psychotron_666 10 днів тому +1

      Dreamer deceiver/deceiver showcases his full range more

    • Dan
      Dan 9 днів тому

      Run Of The Mill is an amazing tune!

    • glpf5
      glpf5 9 днів тому +1

      I think it's tragically under-rated; such a melancholy song from a very (at that time) young group.@Dan

  • Gary A
    Gary A 10 днів тому +32

    I saw them twice in the early 80s I felt assaulted with sound in the best way One of my fav concerts

    • j freed
      j freed 10 днів тому +4

      You got Metaled old school.
      I saw the Scorpions 85 tour, it wasn't quite the fire of the band's earlier shows but it was definitely powerful. Can't believe they are still at it...

    • 46lurtz
      46lurtz 10 днів тому +1

      Same here, they were (and are) awesome!

    • Heywood Jablowme
      Heywood Jablowme 10 днів тому +2

      My first concert ever October 1988 Ram it Down tour. Slayer opened for them it was fucking awesome!!!

    • Daddy #53
      Daddy #53 9 днів тому +5

      Saw ‘em ‘82 (Screaming for vengeance) in an events center not a stadium, standing front “row” center leaning against the stage.
      Mind blowing for a 16 year old kid!

    • Daddy #53
      Daddy #53 9 днів тому +3

      @j freedhe I saw that one too! (Ratt opened)
      The great one though, was ‘82 (Blackout) and Maiden opened for them (Number of the beast)

  • Burning Dinosaur Bones
    Burning Dinosaur Bones 10 днів тому +5

    Epic band, stellar performance.

  • R Stumper
    R Stumper 7 днів тому +1

    You must listen to the studio version of this song. The whole Sad Wings album is amazing.

  • mattsabath
    mattsabath 9 днів тому +1

    Priest was truly an unstoppable force from 1979 until the early 80’s when thrash and speed metal began.
    The greatest heavy metal singer combined with 2 great guitarists. They were and still are pioneers.
    I can’t imagine the surprise if Painkiller was the only song you ever heard from them. And the other way around too.
    Awesome stuff. Dig the channel.

  • Schter
    Schter 10 днів тому +2

    Do another painkiller album please, cuz every single track is good

  • late knightr
    late knightr 9 днів тому +2

    victim of changes is from around 1975..robs 32 years old in this performance in 1983..already been on the road for a decade and made 8 albums at this point in his career..the studio version is really good,his voice is incredible . that whole era of judas priest rocks out..most of their best work is from 1973-1991 in my opinion.even tho their last album firepower is really good from like 2018

  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brown 9 днів тому +12

    My favorite song of theirs is "Green Manaleshi with a Two Pronged Crown". Rob's vocals are spectacular 🙂

    • Rich Frye
      Rich Frye 8 днів тому

      vocals very different than this song as well... she might like it. my problem with that song is its too bloody short.

    • Rudy Williams
      Rudy Williams 8 днів тому +1

      fun fact: that's a fleetwood mac song

    • kolbee911
      kolbee911 8 днів тому +2

      That part where he goes high and inverts the note and goes higher...oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh....oh, oh oh oh ah ahhh ahhhhh....😊...ya you know what I mean.

  • John DeF
    John DeF 8 днів тому +1

    Got to see these guys in their prime at least 4 times. Amazing live band.

  • russell carter
    russell carter 9 днів тому +1

    Epic song and epic performance. One of my favorite Priest tunes. Heavy!

  • Stevo
    Stevo 10 днів тому +3

    I love Judas Priest..Seen them live in late 70s amazing concert. I wish you would do the Flame by Cheap Trick LOL I keep asking maybe you'll do it soon.

  • Pindiggley
    Pindiggley 8 днів тому +2

    He did a live version a few years ago called 'Live at the Seminole' that is arguably his best live version.

  • Eren Koyunoğlu
    Eren Koyunoğlu 10 днів тому +1

    Thank you for this. I hope you do one on Marillion. Very different than Judas Priest but great none the less. The Space (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)' from 'All One Tonight' or Seasons End from 'With Friends at St David's' are great ones.

  • Lori Jansen
    Lori Jansen 6 днів тому +1

    Long time JP fan here! Rob's voice is a force of nature! Would love to see you react to a new young band, Liliac. The singer, Melody, is also a force of nature. In fact, Rob recorded a shout out video to her and is a big fan. A good first one of theirs would a cover of Dio's Holy Diver, but their originals are really incredible. 👌

  • Rogério Rengifo
    Rogério Rengifo 9 днів тому +3

    Rob has truly been one of the few singers in Heavy Metal who possesses many vocal resources, which has kept him in a position of honor. My respects to Rob Halford

  • Purple Spudz
    Purple Spudz 8 днів тому +1

    one of the best metal singers ever thx, his voice does so many things he is awesome

  • malizeleni green
    malizeleni green 10 днів тому +7

    You should also check their version of "Diamonds and rust", originally sung by Joan Baez. On a second thought, you should definitely check Joan Baez, too, lol... especially Diamonds and rust and We shall overcome (1965 version BBC). I'm quite sure, you'll fall in love with her voice.

  • Steve Franken
    Steve Franken 10 днів тому +5

    I love Rob Halferds high range, saw them perform back in the 80's . You need to also react to Jefferson Starship perform the song Jane. Mickey Thomas has a high range as well. I think you will love the groove too. Thanks for your reaction.

  • NCDE
    NCDE 9 днів тому

    This goes way back to my high school days...14 or 15 years old...early 80s... I remember how quick Judas Priest went viral and spread like wildfire throughout my school district ... before innerwebs and social media was invented.... Your analysis, lol, wow, brings me to tears to see your appreciation for JPs raw talent!

  • Lori Bloomer
    Lori Bloomer 9 днів тому +1

    If you have a chance, and want to hear the vocals really clearly, look up the original studio version from the Sad Wings of Destiny album. His vocals are just amazing. IIRC Rob Halford has some operatic training.

  • Ozzy
    Ozzy 8 днів тому +1

    Love your mimics , keep up good work 🙂 Can I suggest you one beautiful but soo underrated voices of AOR\ROCK ?

  • Jim Duke Project
    Jim Duke Project 10 днів тому +2

    Always known for his multi-range voice.

  • clint landrum
    clint landrum 10 днів тому +1

    I absolutely love your reaction to this. JP seems to fascinate you, esp rob halford, and i love watching you trying to hear everything and figure it all out.
    Great job.

  • J P
    J P 10 днів тому +1

    You should check out “Fever” where Rob sings in a lower register and then “Dreamer/Deceiver (grey whistle test version)” which shows Robs full range.

  • Michael Wanklin
    Michael Wanklin 10 днів тому +3

    One of the GREAT METAL songs of the era.

  • Brian Smith
    Brian Smith 3 дні тому

    Love your reactions. Please do Dreamer Deceiver / Deceiver. I feel it's the song that shows Rob's range the best. The studio version is incredible, but if you do the Old Grey Whistle Test video I won't complain because you get Rob singing straight at you through the camera.

  • Frankincensed
    Frankincensed 9 днів тому +1

    Metal fan or not, this is true talent. All live, all without assistance from apps or devices. This is old school when rock ruled the world and the number of bands that could get up there and play their asses off at any moment was considerable.

  • Michael Smith
    Michael Smith 9 днів тому +1

    Yes do the album version. Then try run of the mill its a really good song with good vocal variety and the middle break is awesome.

  • thebluesrockers
    thebluesrockers 10 днів тому +5

    "KK Downing" & "Glen Tipton" are the best guitar duo of all time. "Rob Halford" is the true "Metal God" There will never be another "Judas Priest"
    Judas Priest is the "ACDC" of heavy metal.. This was an awesome video. Thank you for all of your lovely complements on "Rob Halford" I'm sure if he see's your video, that he will be very pleased and grateful for all of your kind words. He's actually a very kind and loving man. I really wouldn't be surprised if he actually commented on this video. Peace.. Joe

  • j freed
    j freed 10 днів тому +4

    This is such a cool riff, I think even Jimi Hendrix would've liked how groovy it is.
    The epitome of good 70's guitar riffs. Grinding and a little syncopated. It sounds a little like Black Sabbath, the swampy quality.

  • Dean Grant
    Dean Grant 9 днів тому +3

    There's a reason Rob is called the Metal God. Good call on the tie into folk music, Rob covered a Joan Baez song, Diamonds and Rust, so he must have listened to it. Rob by the way, is one of the nicest guys in the business.

  • Kevin Wagner
    Kevin Wagner 9 днів тому +1

    Hey Bethany, thanks for doing this particular song! This is a master class on Rob's vocal ability, and on how good the band is in general! I have seen them do this live, it's incredible!

  • lanier1000
    lanier1000 9 днів тому +2

    I could hit these notes when I was 16 back in the 80's and everybody loved it......hit 17 and my voice got deeper. At least I could do it for a couple years so I'll always have those memories.

  • Robert Jones
    Robert Jones 7 днів тому +2

    You really need to check out their performance at the hard rock just a few years ago. Love! The song "Steeler".
    It's freaking awesome. The older Rob Halford is just as good as the young Rob Halford.🤘🔥🤘🔥

  • Off The Cufflinks
    Off The Cufflinks 8 днів тому +2

    Oh ya gonna love Kasey Chambers. She wrote all her own earlier albums. Her father had his own travelling band that toured the outback of Australia. Plus Baby Animals. "Rush" or "Painless" . A pub band from Perth, Western Australia.

  • Ginny Dupont
    Ginny Dupont 10 днів тому +2

    Hey Miss B
    Love your reaction.
    I have seen them live at the Cap Center in MD Turbo Lover tour. This was an arena probably 20k people.
    I was Jar Head went with others we had a great time.
    So much better acoustics at the Cap center. I'm a musician and this was an inspiration to me at such a young age. This is one of those bands you HAVE to have been there in order to truly appreciate not only Rob but KK and GT and the rest of the band. Honestly if you want to listen to the best album vocals in all Rob and the boyz have to offer it would be Unleashed in the East live.
    Its always a pleasure witnessing your reaction.
    Luv the variety you react too also. Would like for you to give credit to some unknowns or forgottens also ex. Randy Jackson Zebra. Talk about vocals..

    • Darin Husk
      Darin Husk 10 днів тому

      Cap center! I saw JP there in '88 for the Ram it Down tour. My 1st concert ever.

  • Bud Greene
    Bud Greene 8 днів тому +3

    You need to gp "Beyond the realms of Death" to get his whole range...give it a listen on the studio version too...way before aototune, so its not messed with that way.

  • Filippo M. Ogno
    Filippo M. Ogno 8 днів тому +1

    At 6:15 you are ok, he missed BUT he stayed there STEADY... WHAT A MASTERPIECE OF METAL

  • Tee Box Media
    Tee Box Media 10 днів тому +3

    There is so much metal of that stage, it's crazy.

  • T Dion
    T Dion 4 дні тому

    Yes! Bands where the vocalist uses his / her voice as an instrument are typically my favorite to listen to. Everything is so layered and complimentary!

  • Chad Dubois
    Chad Dubois 10 днів тому +1

    Rob is like the Metal Freddie Mercury. During the Screaming for Vengeance tour he really pushed his vocals adding a lot of grit. Two songs that show the spectrum of his voice, Run of the Mill and One Shot at Glory. Can't wait to see your next reaction!

  • TheChromescorpion
    TheChromescorpion 10 днів тому +1

    You should also listen to Rob's temporary replacement Tim (Ripper) Owens. There's live recording called Judas Priest - Demolition Time (Soundcheck) , where they play 6 songs, but Tim just absolutely nails Desert Plains.

  • Brent Matheson
    Brent Matheson 8 днів тому +1

    One of my fav Priest albums.

  • steen jørgensen
    steen jørgensen 10 днів тому +1

    Judas Priest is one of the great bands from before the 80 ies who got their breakthrough in the start 80 ies with the album Brittish Steel...and the song Breaking the Law! Being very versatile with songs of Joan Baez (Diamond and Rust) to the new stuff you can say the Rob and the boys have made a realm of thier own masterpiece.

  • Marcelo Duhá
    Marcelo Duhá 10 днів тому +5

    Welcome to the world of Metal, Bethany. Been here for 40 years and I'm still in love with it.
    Love your videos. Perfect balance between spontaneous reaction and technical comments.

  • Dave Basch
    Dave Basch 8 днів тому +2

    Written by Les Binks of their two best drummers

  • Allen Gray
    Allen Gray 10 днів тому +7

    Yyyesss! The 70's indeed!! Their first album came out in 1974, not if that was the American release or British. A great story I heard that Glenn Tipton the guitar player went to Rob's (parents) house to talk to him about joining the band and could hear him practicing his vocals to a Doris Day song. Awesome! Peace 🕊️

    • Heywood Jablowme
      Heywood Jablowme 10 днів тому

      Probably was watching a Rock Hudson movie at the time in drag too.

    • Jon Mallek
      Jon Mallek 7 днів тому +1

      Rob denied that story.

  • Who the He**
    Who the He** 9 днів тому +2

    A True Masterpiece!

  • Joseph Smit
    Joseph Smit 6 днів тому +1

    One of Priest's best...Great song

  • Drumdude74
    Drumdude74 9 днів тому

    Newer viewer here, enjoy your videos, you have picked some good songs/vocalists from the videos I've seen so far. Got to love Priest, this version doesn't do it justice, the live version on the Screaming For Vengeance album is great. If I may make a suggestion, you should check out the late 80's/early 90's, Skid Row, also. ( unless you already have, then disregard this part lol ) Sebastian Bach can sing his a** off, I Remember You, 18 and Life or Wasted Time were good lead vocal driven songs as power ballads but some of their hard rocking songs, he could belt those out too! Cheers from Canada.

  • Pure GM
    Pure GM 6 днів тому

    Judas Priest is at their musical peak here. Everyone firing on all cylinders, especially Rob. So incredibly talented..

  • Dan Archuleta
    Dan Archuleta 6 днів тому

    I was at the US Festival....incredible once in a life-time experience. Lots of great comments, but you are such a fun analyst and your subscriber count is well deserved!

  • Carl Sandberg
    Carl Sandberg 3 дні тому

    Thanks for this review! It was interesting to hear a professional's take on on this. I believe the false notes you discussed weren't intentional. It's difficult to sing like Halford in a live concert, even for Halford. I recommend you to check out the studio version. It was recorded in 1975 (and released in 76). That's almost a decade before this live performance was filmed. You will hear that he nails every note in the studio version and the high notes are stratospheric. I don't think anyone have ever reached that level again, including Rob himself.

  • Raymo67
    Raymo67 9 днів тому +1

    I enjoy all versions, studio, live or bootleg, each gives a different perspective

  • SquirrelMo60
    SquirrelMo60 10 днів тому +1

    Rob Halford is my favourite vocalist, period, when it comes to metal. You and I are sympatico when it comes to love of diction. He is so very good at that. I love a vocalist that can stick the landing.

  • Ferdam
    Ferdam 9 днів тому +1

    I'm glad you reviewed this specific live version because it sounds, at least to me, better than the recorded studio version, gives me more chills definitely

  • Shirc Beckloh
    Shirc Beckloh 10 днів тому

    YESSSSS!!! The Us Festival! I was at that concert... Brings back memories.
    On a side note, you seemed interested in Rainbow and Ronnie James Dio. You should check out Rainbow live 1977 in Munich. That was an excellent concert from the band and had great production so the sound is very good. The song "Mistreated" would be a great one for you to analyze and hear what Dio sounded like live

  • Mark Birchette🤘
    Mark Birchette🤘 9 днів тому +1

    Having seen Judas Priest live since the Hell Bent For Leather tour all the way to including Firepower and Rob's bands Fight and Halford. He is a force of nature to see live. It makes me smile to see younger folks discover Rob.

  • paladin errant
    paladin errant 9 днів тому +1

    this was his best vocal period in my opinion .........if you like smooth sound of rob, you wil appreciate the album "rocka rolla" it's so quiet and cool , you'll be surprised

  • Jj Bond
    Jj Bond 9 днів тому +1

    I was 19 years old when this was playing. Love the 80s

  • Luna Fern
    Luna Fern  7 днів тому

    Love love love Priest! So much enjoyed hearing your thoughts on them. Halford is amazing!
    I agree with the poster below.. if you like this.. check out old Led Zeppelin. Robert Plant is like flying through the stars. ❤

  • Lancer X
    Lancer X 9 днів тому +2

    The Halford Hunch produces some amazing vocals

  • Phillip Wilson
    Phillip Wilson 10 днів тому +1

    One of my favourite tracks from my favourite band. Seen this track live numerous times and it is just a total sucker punch of talent, energy and power! Prefer other versions without the guitar solo break in the middle. I have seen and heard him sing this song in numerous forms, around 1978/79 his voice was unreal, in the 2000’s, it was deeper and more mellow with high pitches scattered throughout, just unbelievable range, even today at 71 years of age! Great review and as usual with Rob, even vocal coaches struggle to get a handle on his vocals!

  • Reactions Account
    Reactions Account 10 днів тому +5

    The Warning just performed live twice on the MTV VMAs their songs More & Evolve and both are a masterclass in stage presence and live performing. Would be curious to see what you think of these performances.

    • Kevin Wagner
      Kevin Wagner 9 днів тому

      Yes please, especially Evolve!

  • 100hooker
    100hooker 9 днів тому +1

    It would be totally cool to have you cover one of these Judas Priest songs ala Karaoke in your style.

  • G Smith
    G Smith 6 днів тому +1

    This is why he is considered the METAL GOD❤and still is ❤

  • coachjdc
    coachjdc 7 днів тому

    where Painkiller is a tour de force it is "one note" it was also 1989/90. Victim dates to 1975/1976 so it's a whole other era of music, and it highlights Rob's entire vocal range. He's one of the greats.

  • Scott Weatherup
    Scott Weatherup 9 днів тому

    Hi I enjoy your reviews . I wonder if you could review a more recent version of this song or any other JP song. Halfords voice and tone have changed over the years. He still has great range but his voice is a bit more gritty than when he was younger as in this video.

  • Anders Granström
    Anders Granström 9 днів тому +1

    Love your reactions, thank you! 🙂This is a great song for you to react to - expect the unexpected like. Much love!

  • James Petroff, Esq.
    James Petroff, Esq. 9 днів тому +2

    Total power! Unleashed. Those are the words.

  • Claes Thalenius
    Claes Thalenius 10 днів тому +6

    Great album ... but if you like Rob halford voice ... listen to Deep Purple live 1970 "Child in time" 😊

  • Hijab Cheese
    Hijab Cheese 9 днів тому +2

    This never gets old!!

    • Chris Oakley
      Chris Oakley 7 днів тому

      It sure doesn't, I never get tired of this song. Great performance here.

  • Rob Peterson
    Rob Peterson 9 днів тому

    probably not for a video, but if you want to hear Rob's range go for 'Dreamer Deceiver - Deceiver' off of the same album. It will satisfy !