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I'd like to hear the sound of sold out gig with some added music around 7.00pm


Have you stopped 'parading' around the streets in your T shirt then Andy ? :wink: :lol:


nope :)

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As I walk in I would like to hear Ulrich Schnauss play ASIP live as the warm up Act
Then EF emerges to play a short solo set of his own
Then TD play some late 70's / early 80's stuff plus VFART and Purple Deluvial and most of Summer in Nagasaki
Then out of the shadows steps Johannes Schmoelling as another surprise guest to play sections of Logos and Poland
Then for the encore we say goodbye to Linda and Iris and we are left with EF, TQ, JH and the third guest Jerome Froese to play Hyperborea 08
On the way out we see Chris Franke busking by the tube station - he wasn't invited to the gig!
Sounds like a great evening!

They're going to do Tangram and Hyperborea 2008 aren't they? Have they ever performed Tangram live in its entirety? Perhaps that's what they mean by "never performed live before" and maybe they'll do Exit and White Eagle 2008 too (prior to releasing them on CD) I would love Mr Schmoelling to appear on stage with them too, but it's too far gone for that :( Bernhard Beibl would be appreciated, he is a lovely guitarist amongst other instruments!

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Hunter Shot By Yellow Rabbit. The best track from TD this year.

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Any Chance of EF signing these up for support act in London :P

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Lets all give that one a go at the Pre gig meet in the main bar, but performed to Tangram!!!! :lol:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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I'd like to hear the sound of sold out gig with some added music around 7.00pm


Have you stopped 'parading' around the streets in your T shirt then Andy ? :wink: :lol:


:lol: :lol: :twisted:


Here! Here! Epsilon...The Roar of the TD fans would be a good opener as TD make there entrance, then perhaps Edgar could start with "The Hunt" by Tony t.s Mcphee??? :shock:

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I find it interesting that so many want to hear TD play existing album tracks. It must be a generation thing.

As an older fan, lucky enough to have witnessed classic TD in the 70s, a major element that distinguished the band in those days was the fact that they DIDN’T play their albums live and that the music was totally improvised. This is what made each individual gig so special and was the talking point amongst fans. There was a real sense of risk and danger and an atmosphere in the concert hall very different to the safely pre-programmed medleyism of modern TD concerts.

I’ve never expected, nor do I want, TD to return to total improvisation, analogue equipment or having ex-band members as guests. But, I’d like to hear new music and ideas with roughly a 50/50 balance between pre-structure and proper live playing.


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the only thing I ask for is that it must be good :)


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Johannes was a master of the improvised piano sections of live performances and no doubt, many fans may feel a deep sense of nostalgia when reliving past memories of great performances. All need not be lost though, there may be room for optimism.

Thorsten Quaeschning is a formidable musical talent, his piano rendition of Song Of The Whale at the 2005 Shepherd Bush gig was truly memorable, as is his introduction to Purple Diluvial. Whilst he shouldn't be compared to Johannes in his hey day, I personally feel that this void could be amply filled by Thorsten. It's a possible option if both he and Edgar feel comfortable with its re-introduction into the live arena and one which may no doubt find favour amongst fans. Any chance of Stratosphere for example being reinterpreted for piano solo, I'm sure Thorsten could more than do it justice.


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How about Comet's Figure Head? Not heard that played live before and it's a corker.


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How about Comet's Figure Head? Not heard that played live before and it's a corker.


Like that one Chris very much,a great track IMHO 8)

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Johannes was a master of the improvised piano sections of live performances and no doubt, many fans may feel a deep sense of nostalgia when reliving past memories of great performances. All need not be lost though, there may be room for optimism.

Thorsten Quaeschning is a formidable musical talent, his piano rendition of Song Of The Whale at the 2005 Shepherd Bush gig was truly memorable, as is his introduction to Purple Diluvial. Whilst he shouldn't be compared to Johannes in his hey day, I personally feel that this void could be amply filled by Thorsten. It's a possible option if both he and Edgar feel comfortable with its re-introduction into the live arena and one which may no doubt find favour amongst fans. Any chance of Stratosphere for example being reinterpreted for piano solo, I'm sure Thorsten could more than do it justice.


Thorsten could play Stratosfear in his sleep ;)

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24db wrote:
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Johannes was a master of the improvised piano sections of live performances and no doubt, many fans may feel a deep sense of nostalgia when reliving past memories of great performances. All need not be lost though, there may be room for optimism.

Thorsten Quaeschning is a formidable musical talent, his piano rendition of Song Of The Whale at the 2005 Shepherd Bush gig was truly memorable, as is his introduction to Purple Diluvial. Whilst he shouldn't be compared to Johannes in his hey day, I personally feel that this void could be amply filled by Thorsten. It's a possible option if both he and Edgar feel comfortable with its re-introduction into the live arena and one which may no doubt find favour amongst fans. Any chance of Stratosphere for example being reinterpreted for piano solo, I'm sure Thorsten could more than do it justice.


Thorsten could play Stratosfear in his sleep ;)


His Big Sleep, In Search Of Hades? :lol:

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nightmare strand wrote:
Johannes was a master of the improvised piano sections of live performances and no doubt, many fans may feel a deep sense of nostalgia when reliving past memories of great performances. All need not be lost though, there may be room for optimism.

Thorsten Quaeschning is a formidable musical talent, his piano rendition of Song Of The Whale at the 2005 Shepherd Bush gig was truly memorable, as is his introduction to Purple Diluvial. Whilst he shouldn't be compared to Johannes in his hey day, I personally feel that this void could be amply filled by Thorsten. It's a possible option if both he and Edgar feel comfortable with its re-introduction into the live arena and one which may no doubt find favour amongst fans. Any chance of Stratosphere for example being reinterpreted for piano solo, I'm sure Thorsten could more than do it justice.


Thorsten could play Stratosfear in his sleep ;)


His Big Sleep, In Search Of Hades? :lol:


ouch

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Sorry. :oops:

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