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Fall tour 2017

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  1. Vegard B. Havdal
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    What's next, La Scala?

    Posted 4 days ago #
  2. Coventry Boy
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    The overview so far:

    Sept-23-2017 NO Oslo - Konserthus
    Sept-30-2017 NO Larvik - Bølgen kulturhus

    Oct-18-2017 SE Stockholm - Debaser
    Oct-19-2017 DK Copenhagen - Loppen Christiania
    Oct-20-2017 DE Hamburg - Markthalle
    Oct-21-2017 DE Papenburg - Kesselschmiede
    Oct-22-2017 DE Bremen - Schlachthof
    Oct-23-2017 UK London - O2 Academy Islington
    Oct-24-2017 NL Amsterdam - Paradiso Noord
    Oct-26-2017 BE Sint-Niklaas - Casino
    Oct-27-2017 NL Tilburg - 013
    Oct-28-2017 NL Zwolle - Hedon
    Oct-29-2017 BE Brussels - Botanique
    Oct-30-2017 DE Frankfurt - Zoom

    Nov-03-2017 IT Parma - Campus Industry
    Nov-04-2017 IT Livorno - The Cage Theatre
    Nov-05-2017 IT Trezzo s/Adda (Mi) - Live Club
    Nov-06-2017 IT Roncade (Tv) - New Age
    Nov-08-2017 DE Köln - Stollwerck
    Nov-09-2017 DE Leipzig - Conne Island
    Nov-10-2017 DE Berlin - Festsaal Kreuzberg

    Posted 4 days ago #
  3. otherdemon
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    Posted 4 days ago #
  4. ijustpop
    Member

    Still good seats available for the Konserthuset-gig. I'm a bit surprised.

    I thought everyone, like me, had been waiting for a seated MP-show for 20-years?

    Yes, the Opera-show was great, but not a proper Motorpsycho live show. I'm really looking forward to this. Probably an intermission (toilet break) and you can drink from proper glasses and the serve decent wine.

    Posted 2 days ago #
  5. ira
    Member

    Landmark, Bergen Sept 27th

    Posted 2 days ago #
  6. TraktorBass
    Member

    @ijustpop: Got my tickets. Seeing them sitting down for a regular gig should be interesting. The Wheel works fine for a sitdown gig, but what about Walking on the Water? Perhaps they will do a sitdown setlist? A sitlist?

    Posted 2 days ago #
  7. mikke
    Member

    sitlist indeed! What would be the ultimate sitlist?

    Posted 2 days ago #
  8. Blashyrkh
    Member

    My ultimate sitlist would be:

    Wishing Well
    Before the Flood
    The Wheel
    Trixeene (acoustic)
    Babylon (The Tussler)
    What If
    B.S.
    Landslide
    My Best Friend
    Upstairs - Downstairs
    Coventry Boy
    Stalemate
    Fools Gold
    The Golden Core

    Posted 1 day ago #
  9. CaptainAubrey
    Member

    Finally! It has been a mystery why I should have to stand for 3 hours just because I like rock-music, while fans of other types of music (classical/opera, even some jazzgigs - with their coffeetables!) get to rest their feet.

    It's nice to see that the band finally takes the consequences of having middle aged, tired fans with worn out, old legs.

    My dream sitlist for the evening:

    Have spacesuit, will sit
    Cloudsitter
    Custer's last sit-down
    Sittin' with J.
    Vortex Sitter
    Now it's time to sit
    On my pillow

    And the grand finale, 38 min. majestic version of:

    The Golden Chair

    Posted 1 day ago #
  10. Un.Chien.d.Espace
    Member

    what about une chaise longue d'espace?

    Posted 1 day ago #
  11. TraktorBass
    Member

    They could also do an acoustic rendition of The Other Other Stool.

    Posted 1 day ago #
  12. CaptainAubrey
    Member

    I guess "The Wheel(chair)" is too much to hope for?

    Posted 1 day ago #
  13. TraktorBass
    Member

    I am literally on the edge of my chair with anticipation, Aubrey.

    Another classic I haven't heard in a while is Dr. Hoffmans Bicycle Seat..

    Posted 1 day ago #
  14. supernaut
    Member

    Finally! It has been a mystery why I should have to stand for 3 hours just because I like rock-music, while fans of other types of music (classical/opera, even some jazzgigs - with their coffeetables!) get to rest their feet.

    True that. I'm seriously starting to feel that way, too. 3 hours do go into my back nowadays. Just glad I don't have to be standing onstage with heavy gear on.

    Posted 1 day ago #
  15. TraktorBass
    Member

    Being on stage is surprisingly not as tiring as standing in the crowd

    Posted 1 day ago #
  16. supernaut
    Member

    Well yes, you can move about for relief. But my performances' aftermaths aren't as smooth as they used to be 20 years ago. Now I'd only tour with professional masseurs or physiotherapists even. And pre show exercises

    Ah, above I meant to say glad not to be onstage for 3 hours every night with heavy gear on. Bassplayer here. Though I switched to guitar recently. That's a silver lining there.

    Posted 1 day ago #

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