Just back from Belfast.
I pity anyone who has missed a show in this tour. I had my reservations but that was fucking unbelievable. Fantastic performance, Roger and Brian were great and Paul is a fantastic frontman.
One things for sure, I'll be at Hyde Park....
Wish I could go to Dublin tomorrow. No one to go with!
I'll not list all the songs, but they played:
Another One Bites the Dust
A Kind of Magic
A FULL version of '39
The Show Must Go On
I cant remember how long they played for, but it was AGES. My mate rekoned it was 2 and a half hours...
So i'll guess they played as follows:
Tie Your Mother Down
I Want To Break Free
Another One Bites The Dust
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Say It's Not True
'39 (Are you really sure they played a FULL version?)
Love Of My Life
Hammer To Fall
Feels Like Making Love
Let There Be Cars / I'm In Love With My Drum
Guitar Solo / Last Horizon
These Are The Days Of Our Lives
Can't Get Enough Of Your Love
A Kind Of Magic
I Want It All
The Show Must Go On
All Right Now
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions
Am i right? ;)
gnb123 wrote: You left out Fire and Water, a Free song played for the first time on the tour.
Does that make Belfast the gig with most songs?
Do you mean this for real or are you just kidding? I didn't really expect them to play FIRE AND WATER after they not even seemed to rehearse that one. If it's really true i hope there will be some download soon :)
I had a feeling deep in my bones that Belfast was gonna smoke! Birthplace of Van Morrison, after the Wembley debacle. It all lined up tonight. I sure hope a boot of this goes around.
You watch Brian put a comment up on his soapbox about this gig.
Brian also made a commment along the lines of "and now for 3 and a half hours of traditional folk music" when he picked up the acoustic to do '39, which was quite funny. He seemed in a good mood the whole gig.
The belfast show was fantastic. Only got to see Brian in the Ulster Hall in Belfast once before so nice to see him and Roger perform Queen. :) The show was 2 hours 30 (started about 8.40 and onto 11.10). I think the crowd probably would have enjoyed the 3 and a half hours of traditional folk if it was brian playing :) Loved his full version of '39 too. I thought Paul would be singing more songs than he did but Roger and Brian sang well too I though.