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Posted: 30 Apr 06, 12:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I wanted to know a couple of things about it. Does it have a better performance than the Sheffield one? When the play teo torriatte, is the concert where Paul joined the band for the last part of the song??? Thanks in advance...

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Posted: 30 Apr 06, 14:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, Paul joins the vocals towards the end of the song and yes it's better that Sheffield imo.


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Posted: 02 May 06, 07:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=black>Dennis Daja<h6>QZs God wrote:

The show is really great. Very good and mutch better than Sheffield. A more interesting setlist and a mutch better performance.

Of course; it has even MORE overdubs! ;-)))

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Posted: 03 May 06, 04:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Watched it last night, don't think I agree that it has more overdubs, in fact I would say it has much less.

The show is really interesting to see how they changed over the weeks on tour, I wouldn't say it was a better concert as such, in fact I think the energy is a bit lower, but there are some great moments, I have to say IMO I was born to love you was not one of them, but Teo definatly was!


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Posted: 03 May 06, 15:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

my opinion
it's a cool concert but some considerations:

Negative
1) the crowd is possibly worser than the british one
2) Paul is much more protagonist, sometimes he takes the control of the stage...shame shame....

POSITIVE
1) the best setlist in my humble opinion of the tour
2) they don't look nervous in any moment
3) sometimes you can notice there's also Danny Miranda on stage

:)
you know what? better to have and watch both of them :P
peace!
Lore


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Posted: 03 May 06, 18:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hitman wrote:

my opinion
it's a cool concert but some considerations:

Negative

2) Paul is much more protagonist, sometimes he takes the control of the stage...shame shame....

Lore


Why do you think this is bad?
Paul is there to have fun too. The stage doesn´t belong just to Brian and Roger and if this happens i think it´s a good thing.

They wanted a front man, they found one!

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Posted: 03 May 06, 19:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Apparently Paul should never be allowed to perform without wearing a sign around his neck that reads "Yes, I know, I'm not as good as Freddie".

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Posted: 04 May 06, 05:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr Faron Hyte wrote:

Apparently Paul should never be allowed to perform without wearing a sign around his neck that reads "Yes, I know, I'm not as good as Freddie".


LOL, very good, sad to say that some still don't recognise the true talent this man has, of course he should lead the show, bloody hell that's what he's there for.

These comments about him are really funny, growing up in the 60's-70s he was like a rock God and Queen were nowhere until Bo Rap. I find it funny because I can see a time (years from now) when my daughter (now 4) is talking to friends about how Brian May could never walk on stage and replace the guitarist of Busted!

It's the same thing really as Brian said in the interview, years ago Paul was considered by many as the best white blues vocalist. So funny how time changes views.


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