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Stand Up and Shout: The Anthology
     

Stand Up and Shout: The Anthology

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by Dio
 
Break out the ouija board and extra-hold hair spray -- because Stand Up and Shout puts you front row center to Ronnie James Dio's illustrious career. A mighty two-and-a-half-hour surge of molten metal, Stand Up and Shout begins with the classic rock/Stones-y blues-rock of Elf and makes a headlong voyage into

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Break out the ouija board and extra-hold hair spray -- because Stand Up and Shout puts you front row center to Ronnie James Dio's illustrious career. A mighty two-and-a-half-hour surge of molten metal, Stand Up and Shout begins with the classic rock/Stones-y blues-rock of Elf and makes a headlong voyage into his now infamous stints as lead vocalist of Black Sabbath and Rainbow before making a right-hand turn into one of metal's most successful solo careers. With theatrical live performances and tales of lasers, dragons, and holy divers, Dio captivated the mythical minds of a generation and in turn made him one of metal's most beloved singers. With generous photography and track-by-track liner notes from the man himself, Stand Up and Shout is easily the most comprehensive anthology of his resumé, and quite simply a long overdue tribute to one of the most distinctive voices in heavy metal.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/27/2003
Label:
Rhino
UPC:
0081227385521
catalogNumber:
73855
Rank:
13286

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dio   Primary Artist
Henry Lowther   Trumpet
Ritchie Blackmore   Bass,Guitar
Tony Carey   Keyboards
Craig Goldy   Guitar
Vinny Appice   Drums
Jimmy Bain   Bass,Keyboards
Geezer Butler   Bass
Vivian Campbell   Guitar
Bob Daisley   Bass
Ronnie James Dio   Bass,Vocals
Gary Driscoll   Percussion,Drums
Craig Gruber   Bass
Tony Iommi   Guitar
Jens Johansson   Keyboards
Mitchell Singing Boys   Choir, Chorus
Geoff Nicholls   Keyboards
Jeff Pilson   Bass,Keyboards
Cozy Powell   Drums
Chris Pyne   Trombone
Claude Schnell   Keyboards
Micky Lee Soule   Organ,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Clavinet,Mellotron
Barry St. John   Background Vocals
Liza Strike   Background Vocals
Ray Swinfield   Clarinet
Bill Ward   Drums
Teddy Cook   Bass
Rowan Robertson   Guitar
David Stone   Keyboards
Tracy Grijalva   Guica
Steve Edwards   Guitar
Simon Wright   Drums
David "Rock" Feinstein   Guitar

Technical Credits

Ritchie Blackmore   Composer,Producer
Roger Glover   Producer
Craig Goldy   Composer
Vinny Appice   Composer
Angelo Arcuri   Engineer
Louie Austin   Engineer
Jimmy Bain   Composer
Martin Birch   Producer,Engineer
Hugh Brown   Art Direction
Geezer Butler   Composer,Producer
Vivian Campbell   Composer
Lee DeCarlo   Engineer
Ronnie James Dio   Composer,Producer
Gary Driscoll   Composer
Mike Fraser   Producer,Engineer
Bill Freesh   Engineer
Tony Iommi   Composer,Producer
Mack   Engineer
Rodney Mills   Engineer
Ian Paice   Producer
Gary Peterson   Discographical Annotation
Jeff Pilson   Composer
Tony Platt   Producer,Engineer
Micky Lee Soule   Composer
Stephan Wissnet   Engineer
Simon Heyworth   Engineer
Bill Ward   Composer
Darren Galer   Engineer
Glen LaFerman   Cover Photo
Bryan Lasley   Art Direction
Wes Benscoter   Cover Illustration
Guy Chabernau   Engineer
Rowan Robertson   Composer
Tracy Grijalva   Composer
David "Rock" Feinstein   Composer

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Stand Up and Shout: The Anthology 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
from elf, rainbow, black sabbath to his own solo career, ronnie james dio has had a career out of turning bands from obscurity and failure into hits. i liked the heaven and hell cuts and mob rules cuts then his solo career. man does he had a creer of making bands or what? he has the best guitar players, bass players and drummers. from then on we have his solo stuff and man do most of the songs get played on radio when all and everything was either poison or crap like winger and warrant. dio has the golden voice and like elvis, he is the king of rock and roll.