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06/02/2010 Entry: "Concerts I've listened to, May 2010"

  • 1971-03-07 Genesis Woluwe St Lambert Belgium La Ferme - One of the first live Genesis records. Very pastoral at times.

  • 1969-04-14 Pink Floyd London UK Royal Festival Hall - Rehersal for the Man and the Journey show that evening. Great loose set. From the video.

  • 1984-03-31 New Order Frankfurt Germany Bergerhaus - Nice clean sounding audience. Rare performance of Skullcrusher.

  • 2010-04-20 DEVO Hollywood CA Jimmy Kimmel Live - Audience recording from a TV show? I think that's a first for me. Two new songs!

  • 1968-05-06 Pink Floyd Rome Italy Piper Club - Amazingly clean recording, from vinyl. Fantastic sounds. Some bonus tracks from London 1969-05-12.

  • 1981-05-08 New Order Reading UK Reading University Student Union - from master. Big jam with Section 25 at the end of the gig. Pretty decent sound.

  • 2009-08-08 Orbital Ledbury UK Eastnor Castle - Complete show! Audience! But a complete reunion show! Sadly a little too audience-y.

  • 1976-04-10 Genesis Boston MA Orpheum Theatre - Nice audience show from the Bill Bruford era. A tad echo-y. Hmm, I guess I just figured out that I don't like Bill Bruford playing drums for Genesis. Oh well.

  • 1970-01-18 Pink Floyd Croyden UK Fairfield Hall - A very unique set list (More, Violent Sequence, AD, Embryo, etc) with Dave all over the place and some very unique keyboard sounds as well. Too bad about the hiss.

  • 2002-03-02 Pet Shop Boys London UK - BBC broadcast. Too bad about the static and distortion. OTOH, it's just a short show.

  • 2010-04-17 London Philharmonic Orchestra w/ Robert McDuffie (violin) - London UK Royal Festival Hall - Glass' Violin Concerto no.2 'The American Four Seasons', a BBC broadcast. I miss the old school 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Glass compositions. Too many notes, not enough repetition now-a-days.
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