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jungle85

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #10 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 11:23:am »
classica scaletta
niente da aggiungere
si sa per caso l'affluenza?

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #11 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 11:47:am »
si sa per caso l'affluenza?

pare 18.600

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #12 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 11:48:am »
pare 18.600
Ottimo..praticamente era quasi SOLD OUT.

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #13 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 11:53:am »
pare 18.600
ottimo
anche nel 2002 c'erano 14.000 persone

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #14 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 11:57:am »
Una prima recenzione..

Just got back, it's 3am now. Can't write too much, I gotta get up for work in five hours. Good to see the updating went well, I pretty much had all the songs typed out as text messages and saved. Then when they were played I just picked the right message and sent it. I even had shit like Prostitute and Catcher in the Rye saved. As if!!!

On to the show. This band is very consistent and true to form it was another good show. I think Robin had a good night. Sure, he plays certain old solos in a way many of us don't like, but I'm used to it by now. It's not going to change. Anyways, his solo before SCOM was really, really good. BBF was awesome as usual. His version of Don't Cry is tops.

Funny thing - that they brought the Trailer Park Boys on stage. The first time it was during Bach's set, he brought them all out and Bubbles sang a song. Then Bubbles came out with Bach before My Michelle. He was all excited to see Axl and Axl started jumping up and down, in a mocking but good natured sort of way. Pretty funny.

During The Blues, at the end of the song (before the whoooaaaa, whoooaaaa part), Axl got up on the piano and walked to the edge of it and pretended he was going to do a back flip off of it. I thought that was pretty funny too. Axl seemed in good spirits. The sound was really good all night long, save for the end when I think his volume in the mix started to drop. It got harder to hear him. Either it was a sound problem, his voice was going (and I doubt it was this because he kept on going like there was no problem), or maybe it was my ears (which are still ringing).

The crowd was pretty good, not really too rowdy. Up in my area they stood for almost all the old songs. Whenever a new song came on though they would all sit down and be silent. Many would leave for the exits (don't get me wrong, it wasn't a mass exodus - but if people were leaving it was during the new songs). Only 1% of fans at each show know the new stuff, if that. The solos got pretty much the same response, except for Thal who won over the crowd with O Canada and Don't Cry. Having said that, the crowd followed both the new tunes and the solos with a nice round of applause.

In short, another great show. Not as intense as Hammerstein back on the 14th, but that was obviously totally different circumstances. If I had to rate it I'd give it an 8/10. Include Bach opening and it's like a 9. Holy shit, can that guy belt out the songs. This guy is more phenomenal than I ever would have believed, and on top of his amazing vocals he puts on a real intense show. He played his big hits, the ones I know at least. 18 and Life, I Remember You, and Youth Gone Wild. Another one called Monkey Business I think. A bunch of other new stuff as well. I think By Your Side is one of them, a pretty nice ballad. In short, the guy can scream, and scream, and scream some more. I think he could've gone all night if they'd let him, and not miss a beat.

Anyways, that's it for me. Good fuckin' night!!!

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #15 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 12:12:pm »
Finchè le nuove non saranno rilasciate ufficialmente vedo molto duro che il pubblico riesca a recepirle nel modo opportuno.

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #16 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 13:36:pm »
Anche perchè un primo ascolto live toglie 3/4 del gusto ad una canzone.

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #17 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 15:35:pm »
Anche perchè un primo ascolto live toglie 3/4 del gusto ad una canzone.

già...chinese democracy studio ad esempio secondo me sarà una "big guns" ma dal vivo personalemente non m esalta + di tanto

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #18 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 15:53:pm »
Anche perchè un primo ascolto live toglie 3/4 del gusto ad una canzone.

questa la quoto alla stragrande. sempre pensato.

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Re: 15/11/2006 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Air Canada Centre
« Risposta #19 il: 16 Novembre 2006, 21:47:pm »
Una prima recenzione..

Just got back, it's 3am now. Can't write too much, I gotta get up for work in five hours. Good to see the updating went well, I pretty much had all the songs typed out as text messages and saved. Then when they were played I just picked the right message and sent it. I even had shit like Prostitute and Catcher in the Rye saved. As if!!!

On to the show. This band is very consistent and true to form it was another good show. I think Robin had a good night. Sure, he plays certain old solos in a way many of us don't like, but I'm used to it by now. It's not going to change. Anyways, his solo before SCOM was really, really good. BBF was awesome as usual. His version of Don't Cry is tops.

Funny thing - that they brought the Trailer Park Boys on stage. The first time it was during Bach's set, he brought them all out and Bubbles sang a song. Then Bubbles came out with Bach before My Michelle. He was all excited to see Axl and Axl started jumping up and down, in a mocking but good natured sort of way. Pretty funny.

During The Blues, at the end of the song (before the whoooaaaa, whoooaaaa part), Axl got up on the piano and walked to the edge of it and pretended he was going to do a back flip off of it. I thought that was pretty funny too. Axl seemed in good spirits. The sound was really good all night long, save for the end when I think his volume in the mix started to drop. It got harder to hear him. Either it was a sound problem, his voice was going (and I doubt it was this because he kept on going like there was no problem), or maybe it was my ears (which are still ringing).

The crowd was pretty good, not really too rowdy. Up in my area they stood for almost all the old songs. Whenever a new song came on though they would all sit down and be silent. Many would leave for the exits (don't get me wrong, it wasn't a mass exodus - but if people were leaving it was during the new songs). Only 1% of fans at each show know the new stuff, if that. The solos got pretty much the same response, except for Thal who won over the crowd with O Canada and Don't Cry. Having said that, the crowd followed both the new tunes and the solos with a nice round of applause.

In short, another great show. Not as intense as Hammerstein back on the 14th, but that was obviously totally different circumstances. If I had to rate it I'd give it an 8/10. Include Bach opening and it's like a 9. Holy shit, can that guy belt out the songs. This guy is more phenomenal than I ever would have believed, and on top of his amazing vocals he puts on a real intense show. He played his big hits, the ones I know at least. 18 and Life, I Remember You, and Youth Gone Wild. Another one called Monkey Business I think. A bunch of other new stuff as well. I think By Your Side is one of them, a pretty nice ballad. In short, the guy can scream, and scream, and scream some more. I think he could've gone all night if they'd let him, and not miss a beat.

Anyways, that's it for me. Good fuckin' night!!!

Ci son stati i Trailer Park Boys sul palco o meglio 1 di loro che ha presentato il duetto di Axl e Bach.Questo fan sottolinea che a molti non è piaciuto modo di Robin di interpretare vecchie canzoni.