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November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« il: 09 Novembre 2011, 18:37:pm »
SETLIST:

INTRO (Dexter)

01. Chinese Democracy
02. Welcome to the Jungle
03. It's So Easy
04. Mr. Brownstone
05. Sorry
06.Riff Raff (AC/DC cover)
07. Estranged
08.Rocket Queen
09. Richard Fortus Guitar Solo ( James Bond Theme)
10.Live and Let Die
11. This I Love
12.Better
13.My Generation
14.Dizzy Reed Solo (Baba O' Riley)
15.Street Of Dreams
16.You could be mine
17.DJ Solo (Mi Amor)
18.Sweet Child O' Mine
19.Another Brick In The Wall
20.November Rain
21. Bumblefoot Solo
22. Don't Cry
23.Whole Lotta Rose
24. Knockin' on Heavens Door
25. Nightrain

Encore:

26. Madagascar
27. Shackler's Revenge
28. Patience
29. Out ta get me
30. Nice Boys
31. Paradise City


Grazie JEDI  #30
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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #1 il: 10 Novembre 2011, 09:14:am »
Setlist:


1.Chinese Democracy
2.Welcome To The Jungle
3.It's So Easy
4.Mr. Brownstone
5.Sorry
6.Riff Raff
7.Estranged
8.Rocket Queen
9.Richard Fortus Solo
10.Live And Let Die
11.This I Love
12.Better
13.My Generation
14.Dizzy Reed Piano Solo
15.Street Of Dreams
16.You Could Be Mine
17.DJ Ashba Guitar Solo (Mi Amor)
18.Sweet Child O' Mine
19.Jam (Another Brick In The Wall)
20.Axl Rose Piano Solo (Someone Saved My Life Tonight/Goodbye Yellow Brickroad)
21.November Rain
22.Bumblefoot Guitar Solo
23.Don't Cry
24.Whole Lotta Rosie
25.Knockin' On Heaven's Door
26.Jam
27.Nightrain

Encore:
27.Jam
28.Madaagascar
29.Schackler's Revenge
30. Jam
31. Patience
32 Out Ta Get Me
33. Nice Boys
34. Jam
35. Paradise City

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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #2 il: 10 Novembre 2011, 19:38:pm »
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« Risposta #3 il: 10 Novembre 2011, 22:45:pm »
Grazie JEDI  #30

E' sempre un piacere   @311

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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #4 il: 11 Novembre 2011, 10:18:am »
Concert review: Guns N' Roses play Lloyd Noble Center

BY GEORGE LANG Staff Writer
Published: November 10, 2011

But what a difference a month makes.

When Rose took the stage at 10:45 p.m. after an opening set by Oklahoma City's Hinder, he looked fit and sounded much like the snake-dancing dervish who dominated stadiums in the late-1980s and early 1990s. Launching into the title track from 2008's "Chinese Democracy" and immediately hitting the crowd with "Jungle," he seemed to have no trouble reaching the high notes and, just as importantly, sustaining them. And he kept doing it for three solid hours, a massive march through "Appetite for Destruction," "G N' R Lies," "Use Your Illusion" and "Chinese Democracy" that drove roughly half the crowd back to their beds before the last explosive notes of "Paradise City" rang out at 1:45 a.m. Thursday morning.

This has been standard operating procedure for Guns N' Roses on this tour: start late, play long. Rose seemed to relish the wee hours, telling the crowd at the start of the 1 a.m. encore, "I hope all those who left early enjoyed their Lady Gaga albums."

But along the way, the 49-year-old Rose gave the audience nearly everything on their wish lists, running through "Appetite" classics such as "It's So Easy," "Mr. Brownstone" and "Rocket Queen" and carefully dispensing tracks from "Chinese Democracy" such as "Sorry" and "Better" in between the crowd pleasers.
Of course, that wry title for G N' R's most recent album almost describes what the band has become. Thanks to a legal maneuver dating back two decades, Rose owns Guns N' Roses, but by all appearances he is a benevolent dictator, showcasing his band members throughout the set.

While most Guns N' Roses fans acknowledge that the quintessential lineup would include Slash, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and either Steven Adler or Matt Sorum playing behind Rose, the current lineup is more than up to the task of performing G N' R's back catalog. Rose first ceded the spotlight to guitarist Richard Fortus for a hard-edged take on the James Bond theme before segueing into "Live and Let Die." Bassist Tommy Stinson sang lead on The Who's "My Generation" and longtime keyboardist Dizzy Reed played a solo version of The Who's "Baba O'Riley." Lead guitarist D.J. Ashba took an extended lead before playing the familiar opening notes of "Sweet Child O' Mine," and Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal played "The Pink Panther Theme" as a lead-in to "Don't Cry."

Along the way, Rose indulged in two choice AC/DC covers from the Bon Scott era: "Riff Raff" and "Whole Lotta Rosie." All these detours pushed the running time for the concert into endurance test territory, but just when energy started to lag in the arena, a stone-cold classic like "November Rain" or "Nightrain" would shock the crowd back to life.

Rose, who frequently left the stage to change hats or leather jackets, kept a quick pace, running up and down the stage ramps during the encore -- Ashba couldn't quite keep up, tumbling down a ramp near the end of the show. But Rose's pace was better than the concert's as a whole: as much as he might resist it, trimming some "Chinese Democracy" tracks in favor of the better and better-known early material would keep more people in the seats, even late into the night. But Rose proved that he could still cut it, and that the online evidence of his decline was either greatly exaggerated or simply no longer true.


http://newsok.com/concert-review-guns-n-roses-play-lloyd-noble-center/article/3621607#ixzz1dJ3dHLuM

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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #5 il: 11 Novembre 2011, 10:27:am »
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Patience
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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #6 il: 11 Novembre 2011, 13:29:pm »
indubbiamente le prestazioni sono via via migliorate.
la band è discreta.
e che altro dire?

per me i topic con setlist foto e video potrebbero essere tranquillamente bloccati.

axl è diventato uno di quei personaggi viscidi che a me non sono mai piaciuti. ma io già vent'anni fa mi ponevo il problema. come farà - dicevo - questo qui a 50 anni a cantare rocket queen leccando il microfono.. a fare i suoi acutini del cazzo, eccetera?
è il destino di chi imposta la propria carriera su queste basi.

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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #7 il: 11 Novembre 2011, 20:52:pm »
zio cane ma erano in 300 sotto il palco  @31

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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #8 il: 11 Novembre 2011, 22:18:pm »
che carini...

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Re: November 9th, 2011 Norman, OK @ Lloyd Noble Center
« Risposta #9 il: 12 Novembre 2011, 08:45:am »
indubbiamente le prestazioni sono via via migliorate.
la band è discreta.
e che altro dire?

per me i topic con setlist foto e video potrebbero essere tranquillamente bloccati.

axl è diventato uno di quei personaggi viscidi che a me non sono mai piaciuti. ma io già vent'anni fa mi ponevo il problema. come farà - dicevo - questo qui a 50 anni a cantare rocket queen leccando il microfono.. a fare i suoi acutini del cazzo, eccetera?
è il destino di chi imposta la propria carriera su queste basi.



Penso di averlo già detto da qualche parte: quando si lecca il dito in Welcome to the Jungle dà proprio i conati di vomito.  #4