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Jun 172017
 

KRAFTWERK VenueColston Hall Bristol

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Date17 June 2017


Not seen Kraftwerk since the Computer World tour of 1982

Tickets sold out very quick but we managed to get in at Bristol on an absolutely glorious day. Plenty of drink before hand, a necessity as we were going dressed up in traditional red shirt and ties.

Kraftwerk did not disappoint, never sure how much they actually play live but that’s not the point. It’s the total visual and sound experience of one of musics great pioneers that counts.

Setlist

01. Numbers
02. Computer World
03. It’s More Fun to Compute
04. Computer Love
05. The Man-Machine
06. Spacelab
07. The Model
08. Neon Lights
09. Autobahn
10. Airwaves
11. Intermission / News
12. Geiger Counter / Radioactivity
13. Electric Cafe
14. Tour De France / Prologue / Etape 1 / Chrono / Etape 2
15. Trans Europe Express / Metal on Metal / Abzug

Encore:

16. The Robots

Encore 2:

17. Aerodynamik
18. Planet of Visions
19. Boing Boom Tschak / Techno Pop / Music Non Stop

May 292017
 

No it’s not mine, but this site has now been online, in its current form, for two years!

2015 2016 2017


Very few format changes from last time just a bit more content.

Also on that very first day I announced the arrival of Kyle Bennett and Kal Naismith to Portsmouth and a year later (2016) I had indicated that Kal Naismith had been a disappointment. A year makes a lot of difference and now Naismith is currently one of our best players

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Apr 062017
 

Just got myself a Stereoping 8000 controller for my Korg DW8000. This will replace the rather clunky Philip Rees C16 which worked well but had a rather “homemade” feel about it and the functions not labelled.

This is part of a series of units they make for various synths, if it is successful then I may buy the ones they have for the Yamaha TX-81z and the Kawai K4

Mar 302017
 

I absolutely love this picture from Entertainment magazine to mark the 20th Anniversary or Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Just had to include it here

From left to right Amber Benson , Alyson Hannigan , Nicholas Brendon , Emma Caulfield , Alexis Denisof , Charisma Carpenter , Seth Green , David Boreanaz , Sarah Michelle Gellar , James Marsters , Michelle Trachtenberg , Kristine Sutherland

And in front, the legend himself, Joss Whedon

If only it had included Anthony Head (Giles), Eliza Dushku (Faith), Julie Benz (Darla) and Juliet Landau (Drusilla)

Mar 102017
 

20 years ago to day the greatest TV show of all time first aired.

I wasn’t into it from episode one as I thought the film was a bit so so, just remember catching the end of a few episodes as I think it was on before Star Trek. My opinion soon changed.