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Simply Amazing Show. DG was awesome- 'some songs are like time tunnels'... DG on Babylon right before he played it. Brilliant from beginning to end. First show- will not be my last!!!
Submitted by ceelo on March 10, 2011
Amazing show last night at the 99 year old Sprekels Theatre. It felt intimate and special, like you were being invited into the bands living room for the night. Warm lamps glowed against a colorful back-lit sail that changed colors with each song. The instrumentation was delicate and beautiful with songs having been rearranged to accommodate the cello, upright bass, harmonium and even double key-flutes. There was a sense of vulnerability, as if you were eavesdropping on a final rehearsal before a big show, a sneak preview of something wonderful to come. David moved from piano to acoustic guitar, even mid-song at one point in the night. Neill Maccoll and Rob Malone flanked him, providing melodic texturing and low-pitched pizzicato. The set list featured tender songs from Foundling as well as favorites such as The One I Love, Babylon, This Years Love, Flame Turns Blue and newer staples Fugitive, Kathleen and my favorite, Nemesis. A perpetual class act, David appeared on-stage before the show to personally introduce his supporting artist, Lisa ONeill, who later returned the favor and joined the band, lending her voice to further layer songs with her haunting and lovely harmonies. The night was capped off with Sail Away, a fitting farewell for both audience and band as they conclude this tour and head back home. Thank you David for an amazing evening.
Submitted by BradWise on March 10, 2011
Pure bliss...thanks David for a great show!
Submitted by murrays on March 10, 2011