Copenhagen and Stockholm

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Copenhagen and Stockholm

Post by Jasonsmith » Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:55 pm

Just got back, great gigs, the best for me in a long time. And they opened the set both nights with a new song, a ballad type thing that was accompanied by one of the backing singers playing a musical box chime. The lyric was about coming over to my house, with driving tips "take the hill in second gear", warnings about police traps and a chorus that included "here it comes" and "radio".
Set list was:
New song "Here it comes"?
Hey Jane
Heading for the Top
So long
"A" Song (great one chord all our aural assault ending)
Perfect miracle
Take your time
Electric mainline (stunning in Copenhagen, seemed to get faster and faster and faster until the "normal" climax was improved on)
Come down easy
Walkin' with Jesus (Stockholm only)

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Re: Copenhagen and Stockholm

Post by clewsr » Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:59 pm

sounds like good gigs. Looks like you are right the new song is called Here it Comes - ... ae0cc.html

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Re: Copenhagen and Stockholm

Post by niamhm » Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:58 pm

great to see so many new tracks being road tested , maybe not so long this time between albums,

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Re: Copenhagen and Stockholm

Post by simonkeeping » Sat Nov 24, 2012 1:06 am

check the start of the Paris bootleg for what could maybe be an earlier version of "Here it comes". If Im right its a beautiful, Washington Phillips sounding track.

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Re: Copenhagen and Stockholm

Post by toomilk » Sun Nov 25, 2012 6:38 pm

Here's a "live drawing" of the gig at the Strand that someone did. ... ad-strand/

Pretty amazing if you ask me...

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