|blues x man
Posted: 14-Dec-2009 05:35
For me, there's not enough bandwidth to list them all, but The Guardian's piece on the matter will give you a good start. Being topical, I guess the incessant chit-chat and quiet-to-moderately loud gigs has become a cliche in itself of late. What do you think?
Posted: 14-Dec-2009 10:30
What about taking your biggest hit and having the whole crowd sing it to you instead of having to perform it yourself? (even worse is when you point the mic at the crowd, and the crowd doesn't know the song as well as you'd hoped)
Covering upbeat fluff songs at a snail's pace as an ironic nod to pop is not cool. It was when Travis did "hit me baby one more time" in the live lounge, but even that became annoying very quickly.
I'd much prefer encores to be legitimate, and not guided by the lighting guy. First time they go off, lights stay swirly, audience keeps clapping, next time they go off, RIGHT LIGHTS UP STOP CLAPPING GO HOME OK THANKS BYE.
Posted: 15-Dec-2009 00:11
Hampden -Flower of Scotland or Loch Lomond :band +singer+crowd with exquisite crowd delay of 3 seconds with further 4/5 seconds delay layers as the song unfolds; Ronnie or Donnie start to look strained and the Scottish football team exports(his great great grandfather was born in Paisley)wish that they knew the words of the second verse as the cameras close up...
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