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Paradiso-Noord 30-09-19

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  • Started 7 months ago by JERO
  • Latest reply from Un.Chien.d.Espace


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  1. JERO

    Sonic heaven again, MP playing fantastically, enthusiastically tonight. Setlist included some classics-to-be-expected and some Crucible-to-be-expected, but still you could be treated to Hey Jane, and the Jig was up too! Pilgrim brought a big smile on the face of my friend Jan, member of the Elder Youngsters Vinyl Club of my hometown, while some of the heavier and very loud stuff made him worry for his ears, it is interesting to bring an MP-virgin along and witness the effect of the Motorpsychodelic soundbath. I joined him for Neil Young in july, whom Jan believes is Jesus,(and he was by the way), tonight Jan may witness that Snah is God!
    The beasts: Mountain, The Crucible with prolonged shelling and bombing so we won't forget the trenches of WW I were hell, and the beauties: Pills Powders & Passion plays, Pacific Sonata and the shimmering chords of Fool's Gold at the encore.
    Met up with Rune, nice meeting you, a truly Trondheimer Dutchman! I am a happy man, and there are more Dutch gigs to come.

    Posted 7 months ago #
  2. schnu underberg

    wow, what a night:
    The Crucible
    Pacific Sonata
    No Evil
    Hey Jane

    Fools Gold

    Bent played like heaven and hell in once. hypnotic!!!
    Snah and Reine filled with great Jams and more motoric!
    Yes, snah is god, but nils-reine is the holy ghost.

    does anyone made a tape???

    Posted 7 months ago #
  3. fillmore

    That's a great setlist!

    Posted 7 months ago #
  4. marc

    Wow, haven't been too amazed by prior setlists, but this looks like they eventually got the 'ol engine gaining momentum.

    Posted 7 months ago #
  5. Matn

    Seen them about 4 times since their last gig in Paradiso 2017, the sound in Paradiso is perfect from the get go and much better than the average modern venues to my opinion. 'New' drummer Thomas certainly has found his place and drums with way more confidence. Motorpsycho played one of their better gigs, their enthusiasm reflected on the crowd which was absolute silent during the last song Foold Gold. My highlight of this evening was the outro of Pacific Sonata... Lo making his guitar sound like singing whales. Of to Hengelo I'm afraid... must be close to my 70-tiest gig...

    Posted 7 months ago #
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