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Posted: 06 May 05, 05:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think this song is one of the 2 best -played- songs of the show. It sounds amazing and really rocks!(and is one of the few, where Rodgers seems to be very self assured and in interaction with the stadium)


what do you think?

(yes, I am a Queen fan...)


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Posted: 06 May 05, 05:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

In my opinion, it surely rocks... I have to say that I haven't listen to that track live before and I think it's great (maybe Paul's fans won't agree with me...).
Anyway, I do prefere other songs like Tie your mother down or I'm in love with my car...
To be honest, I have to say that the whole show rocks a lot, don't you?
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Posted: 06 May 05, 14:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Gillian wrote:

In my opinion, it surely rocks... I have to say that I haven't listen to that track live before and I think it's great (maybe Paul's fans won't agree with me...).
Anyway, I do prefere other songs like Tie your mother down or I'm in love with my car...
To be honest, I have to say that the whole show rocks a lot, don't you?
LOL,
L.


I agree. When Paul sings Allright Now..he totally tears the roof off the house. I STILL think when Paul sings his own material...he puts more enthusiasm, exuberance, energy, "IT" into his whole performance.

The Queen, stuff, he is putting his own interprettaion on material that was originally written for or by and to be interpreted by Freddie, who also had a different vocal style and range, and interpreted the Queen repetoire HIS way.

Paul has a different, bluesy, raspy vocal range and style and also, it's like being in a sports team. The "Home" team playing on their own turf somehow plays better...has the advantage. Likewise when Paul sings his own repetoire. He's comfortable and singing material written for his vocal range and style. That's why I miss Seagull, and would like to see him and Brian & Roger add Gone, Gone, Gone, Oh Atlanta, Shooting Star, Silver Blue & Gold, etc.


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Posted: 06 May 05, 17:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

he fucking shoudl tear the roof off - he's had 33 years of LIVE practice with that song....it should be pitch and audience perfect by now



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Posted: 06 May 05, 19:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

All Right Now really surprised me when it was played tonight at the NEC. I didn't expect it to have so much power and the crowd absolutely loved it!


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Posted: 07 May 05, 12:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<B><font color=#ff7f00>Brenski</B> wrote:

he fucking shoudl tear the roof off - he's had 33 years of LIVE practice with that song....it should be pitch and audience perfect by now


LMFAO!!!! You are right though.


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