R.I.P. – Larry Barrett (25.04.1955 – 01.09.2014)

From Chris Eckman (The Walkabouts):
Cyril/Larry Barrett sadly left us today. A singular songwriter, my all-time favorite bartender and a deep, special soul. He was a good friend to me and The Walkabouts. He toured with us in 1994 and 2003 and played on three of our albums starting with Satisfied Mind. One of his greatest songs is called „House of Sky“ and I truly hope that he has found that place.

Larry Barrett (25.04.1955 - 01.09.2014)

Larry Barrett (25.04.1955 – 01.09.2014)

Buy recommendations (Europe/Germany):

Larry Barrett - The Big Slowdown Larry Barrett - Beyound the Mississippi Larry Barrett - Flowers

The Walkabouts - Scavenger The Walkabouts - Ssatisfied Mind The Walkabouts - Death Valley Days

Buy recommendations (USA):

Larry Barrett - The Big Slowdown Larry Barrett - Beyound the Mississippi Larry Barrett - Flowers

The Walkabouts - Scavenger The Walkabouts - Ssatisfied Mind The Walkabouts - Death Valley Days

 

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Interviews (Audio)

Interview with Steve Wynn (11th November 2010)

Steve Wynn © Guy Kokken

Steve Wynn © Guy Kokken

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These songs are featured during the interview:

Resolution” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Northern Aggression”)
We don’t talk about it” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Northern Aggression”)
No One ever drowns” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Northern Aggression”)
The Death of Donny B” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Northern Aggression”)
On the Mend” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Northern Aggression”)
Amphetamine” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Live Tick”)
If my Life was an open Book” (from STEVE WYNN: “Sweetness & Light”)
“Why” (from STEVE WYNN: “Live in Bremen”)
“Underground” (from STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE 3: “Static Transmission”)
The Way you punish me” (from STEVE WYNN: “Melting in the Dark”)
Nothing but the Shell” (from STEVE WYNN: “My Midnight”)
“Strange new World” (from STEVE WYNN: “The Emusic Singles Collection”)
Something to remember my by” (from STEVE WYNN: “What I Did After My Band Broke Up – Visitation Rights”)
Bring the Magic” (from STEVE WYNN: “Crossing Dragon Bridge”)
Jack Candy” (Walkabouts Cover) (from THE WALKABOUTS: “Got No Chains – The Songs Of The Walkabouts”)
Boston” (from STEVE WYNN & THE DRAGON BRIDGE ORCHESTRA: “Live In Brussels”)

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Interview with Reverend Peyton (REVEREND PEYTON’S BIG DAMN BAND) (29th October 2010)

Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

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These songs are featured during the interview:

Can’t pay the Bill” (from the Album “The Whole Fam Damnily”)
Mama’s Fried Potatoes” (from the Album “The Whole Fam Damnily”)
Ft. Wayne Zoo” (from the Album “The Wages”)
DT’s or the Devil” (from the Album “The Whole Fam Damnily”)
Clap your Hands” (from the Album “The Wages”)
Everything’s raising” (from the Album “The Wages”)
Two Bottles of Wine” (from the Album “The Wages”)
Train Song” (from the Album “The Wages”)

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Interview with Doane Perry (JETHRO TULL) (2nd July 2010)

Doane Perry (Jethro Tull)

Doane Perry (Jethro Tull)

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The songs:

JETHRO TULL: “Living in the Past” (from the Album “Living In The Past” – Single-Release 1969)
IAN ANDERSON: “Song for Jeffrey” (from the Album “Mark Craney & Friends – Something With A Pulse”)(1997)
JETHRO TULL: “Minstrel in the Gallery” (Edit) (from the Album “The Very Best Of Jethro Tull” – Original Release 1975)
JETHRO TULL: “Aqualung” (from the Album “Aqualung”)(1971)
THREAD: “Rage” (from the Album “Thread”)(1995)
JETHRO TULL: “Under Wraps” (live) (from the Album “Live at Hammersmith ‘84″)(1984)
JETHRO TULL: “Farm on the Freeway” (from the Album “Crest Of A Knave”)(1987)
JETHRO TULL: “Thinking round Corners” (from the Album “Catfish Rising”)(1991)
JETHRO TULL: “This free Will” (from the Album “Roots To Branches”)(1995)
JETHRO TULL: “A Gift of Roses” (from the Album “J-Tull Dot Com”)(1999)
JETHRO TULL: “Eurology” (live) (from the Album “Live At Montreux”)(2003)
MARK’S BROTHERS: “They don’t make ‘em like they used to” (from the Album “Mark Craney & Friends – Something With A Pulse”)(1997)
THREAD: “Rainbow Suite” (Edit) (from the Album “Thread”)(1995)
JETHRO TULL: “Locomotive Breath” (from the Album “Aqualung”)(1971)

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Interview with Adam Turla (Murder By Death) (29th May 2010)

Adam Turla (Murder By Death)

Adam Turla (Murder By Death)

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These songs are featured during the interview:

Good Morning, Magpie” (from the Album “Good Morning, Magpie”)(2010)
You don’t miss twice (when you’re shavin’ with a Knife)” (from the Album “Good Morning, Magpie”)(2010)
“Flamencos fuckin’ easy” (from the Album “Like The Exorcist, But More Breakdancing”)(2002)
“One Man’s Shame” (William Elliot Whitmore Cover) (from the 7″ Series – Number 1)(2008)
A Masters in Reverse Psychology” (from the Album “Who Will Survive, And What Will Be Left Of Them?”)(2003)
“Comin’ Home” (from the Album “Red Of Tooth And Claw “Duets”)(2008)
White Noise” (from the Album “Good Morning, Magpie”)(2010)
“The Big Sleep” (from the Album “In Bocca Al Lupo”)(2006)
“Party!” (from the Album “Finch”)(2009)

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Interview with Sivert Höyem (Madrugada) (13th April 2010)

Sivert Hoyem and Cato Salsa

Sivert Hoyem and Cato Salsa

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Featured Songs:

SIVERT HÖYEM: “Moon Landing” (from the Album “Moon Landing“)(2009)
SIVERT HÖYEM: “Lost at Sea” (from the Album “Moon Landing“)(2009)
MADRUGADA: “New Woman/New Man” (from the Album “Madrugada“)(2007)
MADRUGADA: “Look away Lucifer” (from the Album “Madrugada“)(2007)
MADRUGADA: “Blood Shot Adult Commitment” (feat. Kid Congo Powers)
(from the Album “Live At Tralfamadore“)(2005)
MADRUGADA with ANE BRUN: “Lift Me” (from Ane Brun’s Album “Duets“)(2005)
SIVERT HÖYEM: “Belorado” (from the Album “Moon Landing“)(2009)

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Interview with Slim Cessna (Slim Cessna’s Auto Club) (31st December 2009)

Alex Sackel & Slim Cessna (Slim Cessna's Auto Club)

Alex Sackel & Slim Cessna (Slim Cessna’s Auto Club)

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These songs are featired during the interview:

SLIM CESSNA’S AUTO CLUB: “This is how we do Things in the Country” (from the Album “The Bloudy Tenent Truth Peace“) (2008)
SLIM CESSNA’S AUTO CLUB: “Americadio” (from the Album “Cipher“) (2008)
SLIM CESSNA’S AUTO CLUB: “The Red Pirate of the Prairie” (from the Album “Cipher“) (2008)
MUNLY & THE LUPERCALIANS: “Grandfather
(from the Various Artists Album “Radio 1190 – The Local Shakedown Vol. 3″) (2009)
SLIM CESSNA’S AUTO CLUB: “Jesus is in my Body – My Body has let me down” (live)
(from the Album “Jesus let me down“) (2004)
SLIM CESSNA’S AUTO CLUB: “That fierce Cow is common Sense in a Country Dress” (from the Album “Cipher“) (2008)
SLIM CESSNA’S AUTO CLUB: “Hold my Head
(from the Album “Always say Please and Thank you“) (2000)

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Interview with David Eugene Edwards (16 Horsepower, Woven Hand/Wovenhand) (22nd November 2009)

David Eugene Edwards (Woven Hand)

David Eugene Edwards (Woven Hand)

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These songs are featured during the interview:

WOVEN HAND: „Not One Stone” (from the Album „Ten Stones“/2008)
16 HORSEPOWER: „Bad Moon Rising” (CCR Cover)(from the EP „Ditch Digger“/1997)
WOVEN HAND: „Kicking Bird” (from the Album „Ten Stones“/2008)
WOVEN HAND: „Story and Pictures” (from the Album „Woven Hand“/2002)
16 HORSEPOWER: „Low Estate” (from the Album „Low Estate“/1997)
WOVEN HAND: „Consecration 448t” (from the Various Artists Album „Awake My Soul – Help Me To Sing“/2008)
WOVEN HAND: „Elktooth” (live)(from the Various Artists Album „TTF Rudolstadt 2006“)
16 HORSEPOWER: „American Wheeze” (live)(from the Album „Live March 2001“)
WOVEN HAND: „Swedish Purse” (from the Album „Mosaic“/2006)
WOVEN HAND: „Iron Feather” (from the Album „Ten Stones“/2008)

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Interview with Chris Eckman (The Walkabouts, Chris & Carla, Dirtmusic, L/O/N/G) (17th October 2009)

Chris Eckman

Chris Eckman

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These songs are featured during the interview:

CHRIS ECKMAN:
Who Will Light Your Path? (from the Album “The Last Side of the Mountain“)
Stranger (from the Album “The Last Side of the Mountain“)

MIDNIGHT CHOIR:
Will you carry me across the Water? (from the Album “Waiting for the Bricks to Fall“)

DIRTMUSIC:
The other Side (from the Album “Dirtmusic“)

CHRIS ECKMAN:
Hours (from the Album “The Last Side of the Mountain“)

STEVE WYNN & LINDA PITMON:
Jack Candy (Walkabouts-Cover)
(from the Album “Got no Chains – The Songs of The Walkabouts“)

CHRIS ECKMAN:
The Same (feat. Steve Wynn)
(from the Album “The Last Side of the Mountain“)

THE WALKABOUTS:
Acetylene (from the Live Album “Prague”)

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Interview with Kurt Wagner (Lambchop) (10th July 2009)

Kurt Wagner (Lambchop)

Kurt Wagner (Lambchop)

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These songs are featured during the interview:

The Rise and Fall of the Letter P (from “Damaged” – 2006)
Backstreet Girl (Rolling Stones Cover – from “Is A Woman” – Bonus CD – 2002)
This Corrosion (Sisters Of Mercy Cover – from “Is A Woman” – Bonus CD – 2002)
Slipped dissolved and loosed (from “OH-Ohio” – 2008)
Of Raymond (from “OH-Ohio” – 2008)
The Man who loved Beer (from “How I Quit Smoking” – 1995)
Jan. 24 (from “Aw C’mon/No You C’mon” – 2004)
Give it (X-Press Cover – live, Karlsruhe 04.11.2006 – from “Rainer On My Parade“)
Please rise (from “OH-Ohio” – 2008)

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Concerts (September)

04/09/1994:
WOLFSTONE – Hallein (Folk Festival)

In Hallein, a small town near to Salzburg, was the so called „Folk Festival“. Headliner was Wolfstone from Scotland. An amazing Folk-Rock-Band! Here’s the song „Ballavanich“ from their masterpiece album „Year Of The Dog“ (1994).

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05/09/2002:
16 HORSEPOWER – Vienna (Flex)

On this day I had my very first David Eugene Edwards live experience: He played with 16 Horsepower in Vienna at the club called Flex. Unfortunately me and my friends were not that close to the stage, but as we stand directly near the soundboard – so the sound was perfect! Amazing performance of the band feat. Pascal Humbert, Jean-Yves Tola, Daniel McMahon and John Rumley. And more DEE live shows should follow over the years 😉 The support act was Convay Savage from The Bad Seeds – he played solo (vocals, keyboards). You can see some footage of that tour on the official DVD release „16 HP„. This was the tour to promote the wonderful album „Folklore“ in Europe.

16 Horsepower – Vienna (Flex)(05.09.2002) Ticket © Alex Melomane16 Horsepower – Vienna (Flex)(05.09.2002) Flyer © Alex Melomane 16 Horsepower – Vienna (Flex)(05.09.2002) Flyer © Alex Melomane~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

10/09/2014:
SIVERT HÖYEM – Munich (Ampere)

Sivert Höyem - Munich 2014

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14/09/2014:
THE DELTA SAINTS – Kufstein (Kulturfabrik – Bar)

Delta Saints - Kufstein (Kulturfabrik)(14.09.2014) Ticket © Alex Melomane

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16/09/1993:
SISTER DOUBLE HAPPINESS – Salzburg (ARGE)

Sister Double Happiness with the fantastic singer Gary Floyd performed in Salzburg at the ARGE. It was part of the „Horsey Water“ tour through Europe. Unfortunately there are almost no videos or pictures around, but this one will give you a taste – „Sweet Talker“ live from 1994 – enjoy!

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24/09/2000:
THE SMASHING PUMPKINS – Munich (Olympiahalle)

Nice show, but I didn’t become a huge fan of this band. And the album which was released at that time called „Machina – The Machines of God“ was not really my cup of tea at all 😉

The Smashing Pumpkins – Munich (Olympiahalle)(24.09.2000) Ticket © Alex Melomane

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25/09/2014:
CRUCIFIED BARBARA – Kufstein (Kulturfabrik)
Support: Junkstars and Supercharged

Crucified Barbara - Kufstein (Kulturfabrik)/25.09.2014) Setlist © Alex Melomane  Crucified Barbara - Kufstein (Kulturfabrik)/25.09.2014) Ticket © Alex Melomane

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25/09/2006:
PEARL JAM – Vienna (Stadthalle)
Support by Tarantula AD

Pearl Jam played on that day in Vienna (Stadthalle). The performance was awesome as always and it proved again that this band is one of the best live acts! „Pearl Jam“ was the current album that time.

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The Setlist:

Life wasted
Corduroy
Rearviewmirror
World Wide Suicide
Comatose
Elderly Woman behind the Counter in a small Town
Severed Hand
Sad
God’s Dice
Daughter
Jeremy
I got ID
Parachutes
Wishlist
State of Love and Trust
Why go
Go
Last Kiss
Inside Job
Off he goes
Black
Do the Evolution
Even flow
Spin the Black Circle
Once
Alive
Fuckin’ up (Neil Young Cover)
Yellow Ledbetter/Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix Cover)

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27/09/2005:
KAIZERS ORCHESTRA – Salzburg (Rockhouse)
Support by Geoff Berner

Kaizers Orchestra from Norway played that day in Salzburg at the Rockhouse. If you like Tom Waits this band is a MUST! You won’t trust your ears and eyes when you see this group live performing! They are really out of this world! So if you have the possibility to attend a show of Kaizers Orchestra – GO!

Kaizers Orchestra – Salzburg (Rockhouse)(27.09.2005) Ticket © Alex Melomane

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27/09/2012:
WOVENHAND – Paris (Le Trabendo)
Support by Narco Terror

Wovenhand played at Le Trabendo in Paris! It was the second time I saw this awesome band with the new Line-Up which featured beside mastermind David Eugene Edwards and Ordy Garrison Mr. Edward French on guitar and Greg Garcia Jr. on bass. With the brandnew album „The Laughing Stalk“ it was obvious that a new and HEAVY chapter in the history of Wovenhand has begun. HOKA!

The Setlist:
Glistening Black
Closer
Maize
In the Temple
Long Horn
Sinking Hands
Kingdom of Ice
The Speaking Hands
A Holy Measure
His Rest
King O King
Kicking Bird
As Wool

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Some awesome shots of this show are here!

WOVENHAND – Sinking Hands:

WOVEN HAND – The Speaking Hands:

WOVENHAND – His Rest:

WOVENHAND – Kicking Bird:

WOVENHAND – As Wool:

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28/09/2008:
STEVE WYNN & THE DRAGON BRIDGE ORCHESTRA – Vienna (Chelsea)

The “Chelsea” is a typically punk rock club, which is located under the Vienna tube line U6. So, if it’s silent enough, you can hear the wagons when they are gliding over your heads. In the club there are two rooms – one for the barflies, who can also watch football on the big screens and the second one for the concerts. Very small and intimate – so is also the stage! It was obvious, that “Steve Wynn & The Dragon Brigde Orchestra feat. Chris Eckman” (like it was written on the tickets) have to watch their steps. But finally, all five musicians found their place.

Before Steve Wynn started the concert, Chris Eckman from the amazing Walkabouts opened the show with a wonderful acoustic set, which featured songs from his brandnew album “The Last Side Of The Mountain”. And this one is completely dedicated to the work of the Slovenian poet Dane Zajc. Chris Eckman wrote English language songs of Zajc’s poems. And this turned out really brilliant! I was really speechless, when he played his new songs “Down down”, “Hours”, “Stranger”, “Ransom” and “Eyes”. The last track of his set was “Healing Waters of the Flood”, which is on his solo album “The Black Field” from 2004. Apart from an idiot, who was yelling “Passion, man!” after the song “Eyes”, I do think everybody enjoyed the performance. A loud “Shut up!” followed shortly after this stupid call and someone excused this person with “This is his only sentence in English!”. So Chris answered politely with a grin: “So maybe he has to learn another one.” After this wonderful show it was clear, that I have to buy Chris Eckman’s new album “The Last Side Of The Mountain” at the merchandising stand.

The Setlist:
Down down
Hours
Stranger
Ransom
Eyes
Healing Waters of the Flood

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Then, after approximately 15 minutes, Steve Wynn and his band entered the stage. He welcomed us friendly and in an obvious very good mood: “Good to see you all! Thank you for coming out at the election night. Another election nights in the states, you know, I stay at home and get drunk or something like that.” “We need some comfort!”, was the answer and Steve laughed and said: “Okay, we do our best!” And of course they did!

The beautiful “Slovenian Rhapsody I” opened the show (Steve on guitar and vocals and Rodrigo D’Erasmo on violin), which featured almost all songs of the current release “Crossing Dragon Bridge”, recorded in Slovenia and produced by Chris Eckman. Then drummer Linda Pitmon lead into the next song “Bring the Magic” and also the rest of the band joined: Eric van Loo on the bass, Chris Cacavas on keyboards and Chris Eckman on the second guitar. Although it was at least the second concert for this new band constellation, the sound was really amazing and you can feel and see, that they were in an excellent mood. Also the audience (approximately between 70 and 80 people found finally the way into the room) was perfect for this night. “Manhattan Fault Line” came next. Also a new song which Steve played already, when he toured Europe in February 2008. “God doesn’t like it” followed, in which the band started to rock a little bit more. Before starting with an old one (from Steve’s first solo release “Kerosene Man” 1990) he joked:

“Man, it’s all the Gospel songs today, I don’t know what’s up! The Dragon Bridge Gospel Choir today”. Then the surprise “Here on Earth as well” with the wonderful violin sound gave me the creeps. Another classic ensured, that this feeling continued – “Tears won’t help” also from Steve’s solo debut. A short band introduction followed, before the beautiful “The Deep End” filled the room. With “This one’s for Gene Hackman” Steve introduced the new “I don’t deserve this” – without any doubt another highlight of the show. Then he changed the guitar and some acoustic songs followed. “This is another song of the ‘Crossing Dragon Bridge’. On the record it’s just me and the acoustic guitar and this eight string violin section from Prague. Tonight Rodrigo will play the part of all eight violins at one time”, Steve told us witty as always and the amazing “Punching Holes in the Sky” gave me the creeps again. While Rodrigo and Steve played the song, the rest of the band made a break. Linda fetched her a glass of wine, Chris smoked a cigarette, while Chris Eckman and Eric sat down on the right corner of the stage and drank some beer. “That’s why I’m all so dressed up”, explained Steve after the song. “If you’ve got a violin, you got to be dressed up”, said the sharped dressed man in the suit with tie! With “She came” Steve, Rodrigo and Chris Cacavas played a song written by the Slovenian musician Tomas Pengov. Then the full band joined for “My Midnight” from the album of the same name. It was obvious again, that the audience was happy to hear another classic of Steve’s career. “Love me anyway”, another new one included an excellent duel with guitars, proved one more time, that this new band have found completely together. Chris Cacavas lead on the Keyboard to a trip in the musical past: The Dream Syndicate classic from 1982 “That’s what you always say” hit me with full force. And this time again, the violin playing of Rodrigo D’Erasmo fit perfectly! And Steve sang the line “’cause ever since that time I told you it’s so. Something gets my mind, and I don’t let go” with full intensity and emotion. And the history lesson about Steve’s famous band went on: “The Medicine Show”, in which the audience joined Steve’s singing. For the wonderful “Slovenian Rhapsody II” Linda came from behind to the edge of the stage and played on a drum. Chris Cacavas on the accordion, the rest of the band and also the audience sang along. “You all were wonderful, take care and good night” said Steve, before leaving the stage for the first time. After a short encore break Mr. Wynn and Rodrigo came back for an outstanding version of the Dream Syndicate evergreen “Boston”. Linda Pitmon climbed back to her drums and joined for the last two minutes on percussion. I was really speechless and my eyes became wet – I never heard such a beautiful version of this amazing song! After a small discussion (Linda looked questioning to Steve) the new “Wait until you get to know me” showed again a band in an excellent mood, which had a lot of fun on the stage. For this track, Rodrigo also played pizzicato on his violin. “Carolyn” transferred my thoughts back into the year 1990 and with “405” a personal favorite came next. Unfortunately the sound was all of sudden very noisy and I can’t hear Steve’s voice anymore that was always clean at this night. Anyway – I was in Heaven by hearing this rarity (very heavy with a lot of feedbacks!) live! As I looked on Steve’s setlist I saw “Anthem” listed as the last song, but he changed his mind! “Amphetamine” was THE PERFECT close for this awesome show. The audience went nuts and cried, cheered, clapped, danced and sang while the band rocked with full force. After the last tone was played I found myself happy, thankful and full of sweat at the “Chelsea”.

The Setlist:
Slovenian Rhapsody I
Bring the Magic
Manhattan Fault Line
God doesn’t like it
Here on Earth as well
Tears won’t help
The Deep End
I don’t deserve this
Punching Holes in the Sky
She came
My Midnight
Love me anyway
That’s what you always say
The Medicine Show
Slovenian Rhapsody II
Boston
Wait until you get to know me
Carolyn
405
Amphetamin

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On this day I saw two amazing shows in a row! First, Chris Eckman (Walkabouts, Chris & Carla), who opened with a wonderful solo performance. He played mostly songs from his latest release „The Last Side Of The Mountain„. Then Steve Wynn & The Dragon Bridge Orchestra (feat. Chris Eckman on Guitar and Backing Vocals) entered the stage of the Chelsea in Vienna. A fantastic night of awesome music!

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28/09/2012:
WOVENHAND – Charleroi (L’Eden)
Support by The Flying Horseman

Wovenhand live in Charleroi (L’Eden) – very nice theater with an excellent sound. But I have to admit that it was too loud at some point 😉

The Setlist:
Glistening Black
Closer
Maize
In the Temple
Long Horn
Sinking Hands
Kingdom of Ice
The Speaking Hands
A Holy Measure
His Rest
King O King
Kicking Bird
As Wool

Wovenhand – Charleroi (L’Eden)(28.09.2012) Ticket © Alex Melomane

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29/09/2014:
GREG KOCH TRIO – Salzburg (Rockhouse Bar)
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29/09/2012:
WOVENHAND – Rouen (Le 106)

The Setlist:
Glistening Black
Closer
Maize
In the Temple
Long Horn
Sinking Hands
Kingdom of Ice
The Speaking Hands
A Holy Measure
His Rest
King O King
Kicking Bird
As Wool

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Wovenhand finished their tour in Rouen (Le 106). Before the show David Eugene Edwards did an radio interview – you can listen to it here! The show was a Tour de Force – full of energy and very loud – when you closed your eyes during the encore („Kicking Bird“ and „As Wool„) you thought that you are attending a Heavy Metal concert 😉

Wovenhand – Rouen (Le 106)(29.09.2012) Ticket © Alex MelomaneYou can watch almost the whole concert here (song by song) – enjoy!

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