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Old 07-18-2015, 10:00 PM   #111
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Youssou N'Dour, Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City (2002 or thereabouts)

Amazing event. New York's West African community turned out in style, dressed to the nines. Huge men and women, beautifully dressed, all ages. There was a dinner downstairs, and an older woman wanted to be sure I got enough "you look too thin" . . . very sweet.

Performance didn't start till late, 11 PM maybe, and went till after 2, pissing off the management, but N'Dour and his crowd certainly weren't going to shut it down for union rules.

The most musically gifted audience I've ever been in . . . they were dancing in the aisles and it was impressive; grannies can clap in 14/17 time, apparently.
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Old 07-19-2015, 10:54 AM   #112
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I keep some of my tickets on my kitchen cupboards, it's something for people to look at when they visit. If any of you want to waste a few minutes here's a video I made a few days ago when I got in from the pub. I wonder how many of you were at any of these, or indeed wish you had been. All comments, particularly insulting my tastes, are welcome.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gmd9wVXIGg
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Best concert i ever saw, Black Sabbath, 1981 with Ronnie Jmaes Dio singing.
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Old 03-11-2016, 12:43 PM   #114
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I have never been a concert goer, but I did attend a concert at The University of Colorado at Boulder in 1969 to see one of America's best folk singers. He was Phil Ochs. I have many of his albums on disc. Sadly he died in 1976. He was only 36 years old.
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This is a recent one. I ended up at in Dodge City, Kansas, last week (Don't ask) and decided on going to the show at the United Wireless arena right next to the Indian Casino. I ended up with a really good seat in the front row.

Styx still puts on a really good show. They tour constantly and are pretty tight. Here's a few pictures and a couple of videos captured by an iPhone. Not the best recording quality for sure.

No songs about Robots.

Video: Fooling Yourself: about a 1 minute sample.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4rtln4

Video: Renegade: Entire song. Final song of the show.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4rtmj7

Some pictures taken throughout the show. I wasn't really into taking pictures, but somebody always asks me to get a few, so I take a couple of randoms.



A store along the way I passed. Had to give it a visit.



The band played for a little over 2 hours. A really good show if you're into the band.

The setlist as best as I can remember it is identical to the one at Red Rocks.

Set 1:
The Grand Illusion
Too Much Time on My Hands
Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)
Lady
Lorelei
Man in the Wilderness
Light Up
I Am the Walrus --(The Beatles cover)
Suite Madame Blue

Set 2:
Miss America
Lights
Space Oddity --(David Bowie cover) Only Shaw and Gowan and abbreviated version. --I do believe I have about a minute of this someplace on my phone.
Crystal Ball
Pieces of Eight
Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)
Gowan's solo piece
Come Sail Away

Encore:
Rockin' the Paradise
Renegade
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Old 09-04-2016, 10:17 PM   #116
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I love live music, and have been to thousands of gigs so I had to rack my brains to come up with my answer...and it's a surprising one.

I went to see Motorhead because I liked a few of their recent records - "Ace Of Spades" had only just left the charts. Well, sorry about this M'head fans but they were fucking terrible...the noisiest, most inept shit I had ever heard.

But the support act were a little known semi-comedic band called the Fabulous Poodles who were championed by The Who's bassist John Entwhistle and much liked by D.J John Peel. They were a fantastic band and the atmosphere was great - really fun stuff with moments of dazzling musicianship. I saw them several more times at the old Nashville Rooms in Kensington, London and they never disappointed...but that first gig was superb.
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