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Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:11 pm
by yeshead 777
Bnielsen wrote:The Bass
The Piano
The Nord Synths
The Drums
The Lap Steel Guitar

Hookey? :P
No-good one, but you forgot David's Parker Fly,etc.

Anyway, I can guess so far:

Long and long Ago
Run, Lissette
New song
New song
South Side of the Sky
Arianna(or another OTE song) *
Time Marches on *

Intermission

Alaska
New song
In the court of Alkinoos
When we were young(w/choir)
Heaven(w/choir) *
Chronos Deliver/Overture(w/choir) *
Heroes and Dragons

*hopeful, but not confident. KOTN could replace ITCOTA


Hey-here's an idea, how bout a contest, and the winner gets a free autographed copy of the new CD? What ya think?

Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 11:47 pm
by yeshead 777
I posted about you guys possibly doing SSOTS and/or Alsaka at the Tivoli show on PE-so now you're stuck! Elric's already heard you do the SSOTS keyboard part Fred-so its the rest of the band's fault if you don't pull it off(lol). And you and Shreddy doing Jobson's and Holdsworth's riffs on "Alaska" might make me spontaneously combust right there in downtown Chattanooga. Hey-I got an idea, if you can't bring yourselves to do those in the actual show-at least do them in rehearsal and film it for the extras of the DVD(you know you gotta film it!!!).

Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 11:48 pm
by yeshead 777
MayorOfLongview wrote:Ah - but we can't give away the whole set list. As of now - what do you KNOW for certain that we're playing? Make a list :)
C'mon I posted my list-is everyone else chicken? Where are you Elric?

Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 11:49 am
by Sam Gamgee
Really, the only song on my wishlist is Alkinoos. Anything else would be lovely. Except Somewhere Out There. I don't like that song. Ooh! No, just kiding - Alkinoos and Hearts. I love Hearts. I'll leave it at those two. Probably neither of which will be played, but hey- I can hope.

Posted: Fri Aug 25, 2006 4:57 am
by yeshead 777
Any more last minute bones you can throw us Fred or Steve? We still can taste SSOTS in our mouths-should we keep it there?

Posted: Fri Aug 25, 2006 8:50 am
by MayorOfLongview
yeshead 777 wrote:Any more last minute bones you can throw us Fred or Steve? We still can taste SSOTS in our mouths-should we keep it there?

There'll be no bones, no further bones that is.

Carl's warbling

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:24 pm
by lazarama
spaceman wrote:I'm disappointed to hear that Walter won't be there. I really, Really like his vocals, and guitar work for that matter. Some of the best vocals that I've heard. Carl did a fine job and held his own, but Walter is incredible! I just feel from a musical standpoint that Walter fits the band like a glove! SpaceMan
I'll do the best I can...

Re: Carl's warbling

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 5:10 pm
by MayorOfLongview
lazarama wrote:
spaceman wrote:I'm disappointed to hear that Walter won't be there. I really, Really like his vocals, and guitar work for that matter. Some of the best vocals that I've heard. Carl did a fine job and held his own, but Walter is incredible! I just feel from a musical standpoint that Walter fits the band like a glove! SpaceMan
I'll do the best I can...
Could this be Carl Groves - prog Icon and upcoming legend? See folks, you gotta watch what you say around here!
:lol:

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 6:02 pm
by Bnielsen
w00t! hey Carl!! Drop by the forums more often. Still dig MMM!

beomg at both shows

Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:45 pm
by butch from chicago
hi

i'll be a'coming tp chattanooga and will attend both shows....as i would assume many other people from both near and far plan

i was just wondering if the shows would be identical..or if possibly one or two numbers might be different

nevertheless.....i'm sure both shows will be fantastic

btw...is it worth going to see the "choo choo" between shows?

butch

Re: beomg at both shows

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 7:40 am
by MayorOfLongview
butch from chicago wrote:hi

i'll be a'coming tp chattanooga and will attend both shows....as i would assume many other people from both near and far plan

i was just wondering if the shows would be identical..or if possibly one or two numbers might be different

nevertheless.....i'm sure both shows will be fantastic

btw...is it worth going to see the "choo choo" between shows?

butch

The Choo Choo is just a restaraunt now - though I remember catching the train there in days of yore. You'll be closer to the Tn. Aquarium and the Imax. I'd do the Aquarium. Its not walking distance, but just about 2 miles down the street.
The shows will probably be the same - except we'll change shirts between sets. :oops:

Re: beomg at both shows

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 10:53 am
by Prog Music's Frank
MayorOfLongview wrote: except we'll change shirts between sets. :oops:
Not if we're filming it...

Re: beomg at both shows

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 12:45 pm
by MayorOfLongview
Prog Music's Frank wrote:
MayorOfLongview wrote: except we'll change shirts between sets. :oops:
Not if we're filming it...
Downside is I don't think we'll have a crew that can film both shows. We'll see.

Re: beomg at both shows

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 1:02 pm
by yeshead 777
The Choo Choo is just a restaraunt now - though I remember catching the train there in days of yore. You'll be closer to the Tn. Aquarium and the Imax. I'd do the Aquarium. Its not walking distance, but just about 2 miles down the street.
The shows will probably be the same - except we'll change shirts between sets. :oops:[/quote]

And PLEEEEASE, plenty of towels for Fred! One song change, maybe an extra little surprise for the night show would be nice!

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 8:50 pm
by Elric
The aquarium is great and if you get hungry, there are tons of restaurants near the Tivoli.

I personally like Sticky Fingers Barbeque, but there are lots to choose from all sandwiched in there......

Sandwiched, lol I made a funny.