RE: Tonight's concert
Derek Wilson <cydel29 <at> hotmail.com>
2008-11-02 12:35:33 GMT
That was a fantastic concert, thankfully worth queuing in torrential rain for ages for. That was possibly
the most agressive merchandise stall queuing I've ever seen, rugby prop forward skills were required
there to get in and out. Then again they were selling The Keep for only £18, and lots of older EPs like Ca Va,
Ca Marche, Ca Ira Encore
The new EP for the concerts is called Choice, with Love on a Real Train 2008 (by Thorsten), Scrapyard 2008 (by
Edgar) and Traditional number Sally's Garden (by Linda Spa).
Stunning start and end to the concert, I was hoping they'd play Trauma, and they started with it. Regarding
the end, the penny didn't drop at first when Bernhard handed an acoustic guitar over into Edgar's Keyboard
area.... one strummed chord later and the place erupted. Edgar and Thorsten looked a bit squashed on the
stage, but then about a third of the stage was taken up by Iris' drums. Linda looked a bit bored for much of the
concert, being mostly behind the keyboards at the back.
My attempt at a tracklisting for the evening: The Tangram ones are quite possibly wrong. Contrary to
adverts, I heard nothing from Stratosfear. Then again, they did play Cloudburst Flight, so we can't
1. Trauma2. Serpent Magique3. Tangram: Terra Coda?4. No Man's Land5. Unknown Sax (Sally's Garden?)6.
Hyperborea Part Two7. Sphinx Lightning Part One8. Carmel Calif9. Leviathan (complete with excited yell
at the start from Colin at the bar)10. Tangram: Dragon In The House?11. Edgar's Guitar Solo (Blue
Bridge?)(Edgar's comical - and surprisingly fast - running back to the keyboards for...)12. Fire On The
Mountain13. Tangram: Leaving The Masters For Good?14. Cinnamon Road15. Hunter Shot By A Yellow
Rabbit16. Unknown Sax (maybe this one is Sally's Garden)17. Tangram: Point Of No Return?18. Sphinx
Lightning Part 219. Going West20. Tangram: Dream Puzzle?21. Loved By The Sun22. Love On A Real Train23. LA
Streethawk24. Lord Of The Ants?25. One Night In Space26. Unknown song that sounded a bit like "Tomorrow
Never Knows" by The Beatles27. Cloudburst Flight
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