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Old 06-28-2007, 03:53 PM   #271
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Only a few shows left until the tour is over...
:Pray: I'm so thankful to be able to see Roger tommorrow.
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Screwtape - Thanks for the vote

Have a great time tomorrow, you will not be disappointed

BTW: At the last Waters show at the bowl, the lasers during Dark Side were working so well because of all the smoke being poured in and maybe because there was no ceilling, that the crowd was making an up & down whoa everytime the lasers would come back around. It felt like the bowl was undulating from the effects and the crowd was verbally expressing the sensation of it. It was very cool.
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Screwtape - Thanks for the vote

Have a great time tomorrow, you will not be disappointed

Thanks. It is sort of neat to know that it will be one of the last on the tour and perhaps Roger too. The funny thing is that I won't know where the seats are until tommorrow afternoon.

As for my vote, you deserved it. Your playlist was an intriguing experience through a lot of exotic prog. I really enjoyed it.
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With the surround sound this tour has, there isn't a bad seat in the house. But as GG can attest to, there's no comparison to being up close. Good luck!
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With the surround sound this tour has, there isn't a bad seat in the house. But as GG can attest to, there's no comparison to being up close. Good luck!
True. To top GG, you have to be sitting on the stage.
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Well, I wasn't up close, but I had the time of my life at the show last night. I'm still giddy over it. If there's one good thing about static setlists, it's the flawless performance that Roger and the band deliver night after night.

My highlights of the night were Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Sheep (best song outro of all time), On The Run, and Another Brick In The Wall. 11 000 people screaming "HEY, TEACHER!!" at the top of their lungs was mind-blowing. Stunning visuals, great sound... Sensory overload.

I took about 100 photos with my stalker camera; here's a few that turned out well:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...7/DSCF1145.jpg
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Nice- great shot of the prism - that thing is so cool.
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I just got back from the show so I'm too tired to write a full review. So I'll tease you all with this:

After 5-10 minutes of deafening applause upon returning to the stage for the encore, Roger smiles and says "We've just come down from Canada and thought they were the best audience in North America. Today that was proven wrong."
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Hah. See. Canada will always be inferior to The US in every way. Except trees. I think they have more trees than any other country in the world...at least percent-wise.
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Don't forget national health care coverage.
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Don't forget national health care coverage.
Pfft.

That's for pussies.

Do you think John Rambo has health care?

Huh?

Answer:

Fuck no.
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I know of someone else that needs not this silly health care....but, so as to not piss Phillyfan-343232 off, I'll abstain from revealing him that I speak of.
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Don't forget national health care coverage.
Roger doesn't need national health care coverage because the warmth of the crowd healed him.

Seriously though, Roger seemed truly moved by the crowd tonight. I've never seen a crowdbe that warm and into something as the crowd here in Omaha was tonight. He and the rest of the band deserved it.
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