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a couple of videos or some photos would be much appreciated ;)


Hope we will get that in the TDOC in due time 8)


well, we can drop BIG hints ;)
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tadreamer74 wrote:
24db wrote:
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a couple of videos or some photos would be much appreciated ;)


Hope we will get that in the TDOC in due time 8)


well, we can drop BIG hints ;)
:P


I think we already did that :P :wink:

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bergen-dreamer wrote:
tadreamer74 wrote:
24db wrote:
bergen-dreamer wrote:
24db wrote:
a couple of videos or some photos would be much appreciated ;)


Hope we will get that in the TDOC in due time 8)


well, we can drop BIG hints ;)
:P


I think we already did that :P :wink:


:idea: :idea: :idea: :arrow: :wink:

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I was there and it has been worthwhile (like always).
The band was complete and they played longer than expected = appr. 1 hour.
The track list was a shortened version of the November U.K. concerts - some tracks sound a bit modified with extra guitar and keyboard solo lines.
Although Edgar said in the closing remarks he was pleased to play in the KulturKaufhaus: the venue was a bit strange. Unfortunately the sound was not the best (at the place where I stood: loud and very bassy).
At the end the band fulfilled all autograph wishes in a very good mood.
I had hoped that the new CDs Chandra and London Eye Concert are already offered, but unfortunately not.
All in all: it was a good day - I'm very content and I'm looking forward to the summer concerts.


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I was there and it has been worthwhile (like always).
The band was complete and they played longer than expected = appr. 1 hour.
The track list was a shortened version of the November U.K. concerts - some tracks sound a bit modified with extra guitar and keyboard solo lines.
Although Edgar said in the closing remarks he was pleased to play in the KulturKaufhaus: the venue was a bit strange. Unfortunately the sound was not the best (at the place where I stood: loud and very bassy).
At the end the band fulfilled all autograph wishes in a very good mood.
I had hoped that the new CDs Chandra and London Eye Concert are already offered, but unfortunately not.
All in all: it was a good day - I'm very content and I'm looking forward to the summer concerts.


Thanks Cyclone for the post and update! :D


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Cyclone wrote:
I was there and it has been worthwhile (like always).
The band was complete and they played longer than expected = appr. 1 hour.
The track list was a shortened version of the November U.K. concerts - some tracks sound a bit modified with extra guitar and keyboard solo lines.
Although Edgar said in the closing remarks he was pleased to play in the KulturKaufhaus: the venue was a bit strange. Unfortunately the sound was not the best (at the place where I stood: loud and very bassy).
At the end the band fulfilled all autograph wishes in a very good mood.
I had hoped that the new CDs Chandra and London Eye Concert are already offered, but unfortunately not.
All in all: it was a good day - I'm very content and I'm looking forward to the summer concerts.


Thanks for the write up - glad you enjoyed the evening :wink:

Sounds like the guys are in cracking form ahead of the forthcoming gigs :D

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thank you cyclone :D :!:

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Very interesting comment Cyclone. Thanks
Cloudburst Flight 2008 was on the setlist ?
On the setlist was it a new track since the shows of November perhaps from Booster II or Flame?

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Nice right up Cyclone :arrow: :)
I'm glad you were there. Sounds like a cool cup-disc-type concert.
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Thanks for your review Cyclone - sounds like it was a good evening for you 8)

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thanks jp and chris :D

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Thanks for the reports JP, Chris and Cyclone. Glad we had some there!

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Nice write up. Thank you for the setlist. Camera crews were there too!! Looks like we will see or at least get to hear this one on some type of format. A bonus on one of the next dvd's will be cool. :wink: :)

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