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I am not a fan of festivals so I am not that gutted about missing this one especially with the London gig coming up.

I never thought I would say this but I am slightly gutted at not seeing Klaus Schulze though.


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cantosis wrote:
I am not a fan of festivals so I am not that gutted about missing this one especially with the London gig coming up.

I never thought I would say this but I am slightly gutted at not seeing Klaus Schulze though.




Im gutted on missing any TD gig, as it maybe the 'one' totally outstandng one you miss !


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timer wrote:
cantosis wrote:
I am not a fan of festivals so I am not that gutted about missing this one especially with the London gig coming up.

I never thought I would say this but I am slightly gutted at not seeing Klaus Schulze though.




Im gutted on missing any TD gig, as it maybe the 'one' totally outstandng one you miss !


I thought you were going, sorry you can`t make it.


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perhaps somebody can email in a photo during the gig? :)


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timer wrote:
cantosis wrote:
I am not a fan of festivals so I am not that gutted about missing this one especially with the London gig coming up.

I never thought I would say this but I am slightly gutted at not seeing Klaus Schulze though.




Im gutted on missing any TD gig, as it maybe the 'one' totally outstandng one you miss !

I'm sad not to be there because you just know, because it's TD, it's going to be a quality gig.

Saw Yngwie Malmsteen last week and spent much of the gig wishing he'd do something a little unpredictable. I actually said to my wife, before the show, that I could all but predict the whole set and she got me to do it. I was pretty close.


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Chris Monk wrote:
timer wrote:
cantosis wrote:
I am not a fan of festivals so I am not that gutted about missing this one especially with the London gig coming up.

I never thought I would say this but I am slightly gutted at not seeing Klaus Schulze though.




Im gutted on missing any TD gig, as it maybe the 'one' totally outstandng one you miss !

I'm sad not to be there because you just know, because it's TD, it's going to be a quality gig.

Saw Yngwie Malmsteen last week and spent much of the gig wishing he'd do something a little unpredictable. I actually said to my wife, before the show, that I could all but predict the whole set and she got me to do it. I was pretty close.


Maybe it's best to see Yngwie only once? I saw him in Århus 2003 on the Attack!! tour , and it was just magnificent, but when a friend of mine gave a review of the 3G DVD with Vai and Satriani, he described it with as a show with the excact same gimmicks as seen in Århus (like throwing the guitar over the shoulder between every notes and such).

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jacob wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
timer wrote:
cantosis wrote:
I am not a fan of festivals so I am not that gutted about missing this one especially with the London gig coming up.

I never thought I would say this but I am slightly gutted at not seeing Klaus Schulze though.




Im gutted on missing any TD gig, as it maybe the 'one' totally outstandng one you miss !

I'm sad not to be there because you just know, because it's TD, it's going to be a quality gig.

Saw Yngwie Malmsteen last week and spent much of the gig wishing he'd do something a little unpredictable. I actually said to my wife, before the show, that I could all but predict the whole set and she got me to do it. I was pretty close.


Maybe it's best to see Yngwie only once? I saw him in Århus 2003 on the Attack!! tour , and it was just magnificent, but when a friend of mine gave a review of the 3G DVD with Vai and Satriani, he described it with as a show with the excact same gimmicks as seen in Århus (like throwing the guitar over the shoulder between every notes and such).

I've seen Malmsteen quite a few times over the years and he's always put on a good show but they have all been very similar.

I actually saw his first show in the UK at the old Marquee club in London way back in 1984 or there abouts. He was absolutely awesome back then. It was quite funny because half the audience was made up of Fleet Street photographers who thought it was a secret warm up show by Bruce Springsteen. :roll:

I saw him in Cardiff once where he threw his Strat into the air and missed the catch. It hit him on the head and knocked him out for a good few minutes. He still finished the show, so he is a bit of a trooper.

Most bizarre thing I've seen him do was bring out his wife onto the stage after a show at the Bierkeller in Bristol. The audience just looked on bumbfounded. I swear that he'd have brought out one of his many Ferrari's if he'd been able. :roll:

The best show I've seen hime do was during the Eclipse tour at the Hammersmith Odeon. He had a great band, they played a blinding show and I believe that Yngwie didn't spend the whole show guitar-posing. :shock:


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BM has spent minutes trying to pronounce wingie er yermingey er Yngwie :oops: :wink:

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TD are 'planning' to tour Japan and the USA next year


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TD are 'planning' to tour Japan and the USA next year





with a London/UK gig inbetween, surely :D

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bigmoog wrote:
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TD are 'planning' to tour Japan and the USA next year


with a London/UK gig inbetween, surely :D


er...:) mind you Edgar described this years london concert as the most important one this year :D see Jörg's comments over at Tadream


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24db wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
24db wrote:
TD are 'planning' to tour Japan and the USA next year


with a London/UK gig inbetween, surely :D


er...:) mind you Edgar described this years london concert as the most important one this year :D see Jörg's comments over at Tadream



'the most important concert this year'


now I just cannot wait for 1.11.08 :D :D

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If they did play Japan maybe I can fulfill my lifetime dream of visiting Japan. I have always wanted to go there.


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 Post subject: Re: TD 2009 tour
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bigmoog wrote:
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TD are 'planning' to tour Japan and the USA next year





with a London/UK gig inbetween, surely :D
prefrebly a uk tour.its been 11 years since the last one.

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manticore wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
24db wrote:
TD are 'planning' to tour Japan and the USA next year





with a London/UK gig inbetween, surely :D
prefrebly a uk tour.its been 11 years since the last one.



actually, I really hope TD do a UK tour, not just a London gig

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