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6 Feb 2009, 21:25 by mclargelist of stuff nobody cares about.
TOP 20 ARTISTS THAT HAVE APPEARED IN MY CHARTS EACH WEEK.
Here we go, i will update this weekly. (i dont update this weekly)
337 weeks so far.
Last updated w/e 22nd March 2015
City and Colour
18 Dec 2007, 08:53 by Idonothaveanamealbums
01) radiohead - in rainbows
02) two gallants - two gallants
03) super furry animals - hey venus
04) the good, the bad & the queen - the good, the bad...
05) beastie boys - the mix up
06) stephen lynch - superhero
07) tenacious d - the pick of destiny
08) arcade fire - neon bible
09) arctic monkeys - favourite worst nightmare
10) mika - life in cartoon motion
01) super furry animals - baby ate my eightball
02) two gallants - despite what you've been told
03) robyn - cobrastyle
04) stephen lynch - lullaby (the divorce song)
05) radiohead - 15 step
06) the wombats - let's dance to joy division
07) shantel - disko partizani
08) tenacious d - the government totally sucks
09) lily allen - friday night
10) mika - grace kelly
01) damien rice -> köln
02) the lemonheads -> frankfurt
03) tinlin -> london
04) the wombats -> köln
05) two gallants -> frankfurt
06) shantel -> düsseldorf
07) fuoco -> frankfurt
08) bee and flower -> frankfurt
8 Nov 2007, 11:31 by groovetee
12 May 2007, 16:41 by Ged_UKFriday night saw me trot off to Earl's Court to see the legend that is Roger Waters.
Earl's Court is a curious venue, being as it is essentially a exhibition centre, with some temporary seating put in. We had decent enough seats, quite along way back admittedly, but at least facing the stage, rather than at 90 degrees to it like everyone on the sides!
The tour is called The Dark Side of the Moon tour, and billed as Roger playing through that album. That really is only half the story though, because the tour is also about Roger performing other Floyd 'classics', some less commonly played stuff, and Waters solo material, including one new track.
When we arrived, the set appeared to have a huge whisky bottle, glass and old-fashioned radio as decoration, as the pre-gig music of Bob Dylan and Tom Petty played. Then, as the music switched into more classic Rock 'n' Roll of Chuck Berry, cigarette smoke started drifting across the stage and then suddenly a huge arm swept up the bottle…
5 Mar 2007, 17:27 by ElenielThe set list was confirmed. The musicians are ready:
Roger Waters (bass guitar, guitars and voices)Andy Fairweather-Low (guitars and bass guitar)Snowy White (guitars)Dave Kilminster (guitar; voices; lead voice on Money, Breathe and Breathe Reprise; second voice on Time and Comfortably Numb)Graham Broad (drums and percussion)Ian Ritchie (saxophone and bass guitar)Harry Waters (keyboards)Jon Carin (keyboards, guitars, programming and lap steel, voices, lead voice on Us and Them, second voice on Breathe and Breathe Reprise)P.P. Arnold (voices, first voice on Perfect Sense, Parts I And II)Katie Kisson (voices, second voice on Mother)Carol Kanyon (voices, first voice on The Great Gig in the Sky)
But Mr. Screen will not come. It was replaced by a
rectangular hi-res screen that occupies all the background of the stage. It seem to be better.
The lights system that print lyrics and imitates laser rays was changed for a better pyrotechnic show and a new pack of lights in the sides of the stage. I had preferred the old light system.
12 Jan 2007, 15:48 by fixxlevy
26 Sep 2006, 18:33 by DrEfficientSaw Roger Waters about a week ago (September 20th it was) at the ACC and it was simply a great time. I'm pretty sure he played over 2 hours, but it seemed just so short. I could have stayed there all night. His band featured his son, but more importantly it also featured Snowy White. A slight disappointment was a lack of Nick Mason who I thought was going to do the whole tour with Roger, but apparently it was only a few shows and the Toronto date was not one of them.
Anywho, I'm not going to go through the set-list (you can see it on Wikipedia even if you really want to) but the first set consisted mostly of classic Pink Floyd tunes, as well as some less classic ones. A nice surprise was "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" which was grrrreat. Of course the set also featured "Shine on you Crazy Diamond" (only the first half) along with a video tribute to Syd Barrett showing various pictures of him, and even some good times they all had way back when. …