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"Synth Affection" is a must!


Would be a cracking opener to the forthcoming shows in Germany Ståle 8)

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I just got back from meeting Edgar at a cake shop in Abergavenny, and in amongst talking about cupdiscs, cups of coffee, discs of coffee and coffee cups, he revealed the set list for this year would include radical reworkings of Coldwater Canyon, Horizon and Mojave Plan, plus a 45 minute improvised encore with Thorsten on Moog Modular and Edgar on his axe. Bliss.... :D

Plus he's decided to re-design the stage set, using moody lighting, nets, glass panels and screen projections of iron filings trapped in a magnetic field, responding to the music's vibrations by shaping themselves into complex symmetrical patterns. Well, I can dream....


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exit81 wrote:
I just got back from meeting Edgar at a cake shop in Abergavenny, and in amongst talking about cupdiscs, cups of coffee, discs of coffee and coffee cups, he revealed the set list for this year would include radical reworkings of Coldwater Canyon, Horizon and Mojave Plan, plus a 45 minute improvised encore with Thorsten on Moog Modular and Edgar on his axe. Bliss.... :D

Plus he's decided to re-design the stage set, using moody lighting, nets, glass panels and screen projections of iron filings trapped in a magnetic field, responding to the music's vibrations by shaping themselves into complex symmetrical patterns. Well, I can dream....

That's great news.
Will the playlist of the German concerts be the same as the Paris concert ? Maybe not.

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pb2rdf wrote:
exit81 wrote:
I just got back from meeting Edgar at a cake shop in Abergavenny, and in amongst talking about cupdiscs, cups of coffee, discs of coffee and coffee cups, he revealed the set list for this year would include radical reworkings of Coldwater Canyon, Horizon and Mojave Plan, plus a 45 minute improvised encore with Thorsten on Moog Modular and Edgar on his axe. Bliss.... :D

Plus he's decided to re-design the stage set, using moody lighting, nets, glass panels and screen projections of iron filings trapped in a magnetic field, responding to the music's vibrations by shaping themselves into complex symmetrical patterns. Well, I can dream....

That's great news.
Will the playlist of the German concerts be the same as the Paris concert ? Maybe not.



grtz, Peter



Sounds Fantastic! Classic's reworked. Throw in some new sounds like Lord Nelson, Streetcar, Boca and an improvisation for an encore. Looks like even the stage will get a total rework to old school. This will be another classic TD show.

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