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Oddly enough, I didn't think Frankfurt was particularly loud, but maybe from so close (second row) I didn't get the full volume. It defintely got suddenly louder for the encores though. I wish the whole show had been at that volume! :D


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I remember to the logos tour: TD played White Eagle. The "lightning/flash" in the song were also extremely loud, so I frightened :-) But that liked me!

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I remember to the logos tour: TD played White Eagle. The "lightning/flash" in the song were also extremely loud, so I frightened :-) But that liked me!

That was Chris Franke hitting a syn-drum pad if I remember correctly.


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I remember to the logos tour: TD played White Eagle. The "lightning/flash" in the song were also extremely loud, so I frightened :-) But that liked me!

That was Chris Franke hitting a syn-drum pad if I remember correctly.


Chris, which syn-drum pad?...do you mean on his modular?

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Chris, which syn-drum pad?...do you mean on his modular?


No, Chris Frankes Hand fall on the Minimoog (Noise Sound).

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intercorni wrote:
I remember to the logos tour: TD played White Eagle. The "lightning/flash" in the song were also extremely loud, so I frightened :-) But that liked me!

That was Chris Franke hitting a syn-drum pad if I remember correctly.


Chris, which syn-drum pad?...do you mean on his modular?

No. Chris had a single syn-drum pad, approximately six inches across, next to his keyboards. We were in the front of the balcony of the Colston Hall and you could see him turn around from to hit it.


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Chris Monk wrote:
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intercorni wrote:
I remember to the logos tour: TD played White Eagle. The "lightning/flash" in the song were also extremely loud, so I frightened :-) But that liked me!

That was Chris Franke hitting a syn-drum pad if I remember correctly.


Chris, which syn-drum pad?...do you mean on his modular?

No. Chris had a single syn-drum pad, approximately six inches across, next to his keyboards. We were in the front of the balcony of the Colston Hall and you could see him turn around from to hit it.


new to me Chris...never seen that before

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intercorni wrote:
I remember to the logos tour: TD played White Eagle. The "lightning/flash" in the song were also extremely loud, so I frightened :-) But that liked me!

That was Chris Franke hitting a syn-drum pad if I remember correctly.


Chris, which syn-drum pad?...do you mean on his modular?

No. Chris had a single syn-drum pad, approximately six inches across, next to his keyboards. We were in the front of the balcony of the Colston Hall and you could see him turn around from to hit it.


new to me Chris...never seen that before

I used to have some photos from that show but sadly I haven't seen them for many a long decade.


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I used to have some photos from that show but sadly I haven't seen them for many a long decade.

Let me have a look!!!
I see, that Chris triggered same buttons in the rack und played drumsounds with this.

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Sounds like Chris was triggering them all over tha place ;)

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I used to have some photos from that show but sadly I haven't seen them for many a long decade.

Let me have a look!!!
I see, that Chris triggered same buttons in the rack und played drumsounds with this.

I'm a bit p*ss*d off about this. I had some great photos from 1982 and 1986 and haven't been able to find them for years. I can't believe I threw them away, they've got to be around somewhere. :evil:


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Ive got about 20 shots from Bristol & London 1986 - but alas my photography was not good then as it is now !.


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Ive got about 20 shots from Bristol & London 1986 - but alas my photography was not good then as it is now !.


it's a shame that we don't have access to many photos from the older gigs either :(

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[quote="Chris Monk"] I had some great photos from 1982 and 1986 and haven't been able to find them for years. quote]
Take the pic´s in flickr - please ;-)

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