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concert in Paris

Post by mrdjenovic » 03 Feb 2008, 21:01

What a concert ! Fabulous, emotional, wonderful, great, ... Chris Rea was brilliant. We love him in France. It was a very good moment and I am so impatient to go to Anvers to ear ad see another time the better singer songwritter I've ever met. :D Excuse my english !

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Post by lilybee » 04 Feb 2008, 05:33

Great to hear that :D

Got any pix?

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Post by mrdjenovic » 04 Feb 2008, 20:16

No photos, not enough good. Chris was so happy to be on the stage and me too to see him. Go to the concert if you can, it's fanstic !
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Post by lilybee » 05 Feb 2008, 01:01

Well thanks Evelyne, but that's not going to happen anytime soon, unless Chris comes to America :(
If I'm ever able to come to Europe, I'll make sure to do it while he's on tour.

My only consolation right now is that we're going to see BB King in concert at The House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, here in the U.S. But that's strictly blues, no rock.

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Post by gjvg » 05 Feb 2008, 06:41

lilybee wrote:My only consolation right now is that we're going to see BB King in concert at The House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, here in the U.S. But that's strictly blues, no rock.
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Hi,
That sounds great. We just had a little BB King at the concert Of Chris when he played "BB is a Comanche" with the Delmonts. When you hear that song, close your eyes..and you'll hear BB.

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Re: concert in Paris

Post by Scott, UK » 14 Feb 2008, 14:19

Hi

Did Chris play any of his old music during the concert? I read somewhere that he would play some of The Delmonts and then music from the Hofner Blue Notes including some of his old tracks?

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Post by pizzaaddi » 14 Feb 2008, 14:37

Hi he played:

First part with The Delmonts:

Dirty new towm
008 Jimmy Bond
Indie Arab
Pink guitar
Russian roulette
Black wave heroes
French football
BB was a commanche
It's behind you

Second part with the HBN

I can't wait for love
Where the blues comes from
Josephine
Easy rider
Julia
Stony road
Looking for the summer
The shadow of a fool
Stainsby girls
The road to hell
On the beach
Let's dance
Fool (if you think...)

But the last few cocerts he d not play Fool

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Post by Scott, UK » 14 Feb 2008, 16:56

That's great - thanks

I didn't realise he would play so much of his old music. I thought it would be mostly new material (HBN) with two or three old tracks thrown in. My 2 sons will be pleased - they're 9 years old and big REA fans. I'm taking them to see him for their first time in March in Plymouth, UK. Looking forward to it!

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Post by ronald » 16 Feb 2008, 11:56

'pink guitar' and 'french football' seemed to be dropped from the playinglist, along with 'fool'...
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