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Paris Shows

Post by FinsUp6835 » September 27, 2013 7:04 am

Are the Paris shows being played on radio Mville? Was hoping to catch it at some point.
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by urlcenter » September 27, 2013 12:30 pm

FinsUp6835 wrote:Are the Paris shows being played on radio Mville? Was hoping to catch it at some point.
Due to the time difference between Paris and the United States, the Paris shows will probably not be broadcast live however if RM records them like they do the Hawaii shows we could be hearing the Paris shows in the next few weeks

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by Dutch Harbor PH » September 28, 2013 1:08 am

Thursday's La Trabendo set list:
1. Changes In Latitude
2. Stars on the Water
3. Brown Eyed Girl
4. Boat Drinks
5. Take the Weather with You
6. Knees of my Heart
7. Son of a Son of a Sailor
8. 5 o'clock Somewhere
9. Come Monday
10. Too Drunk to Karaoke
11. Cheeseburger in Paradise
12. Autour de Roche
13. Last Mango in Paris
14. Pencil Thin Mustache
15. Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants
16. Coast of Marseilles
17. Southern Cross
18. Volcano
19. A Pirate Looks at Forty
20. Rue de la Guitar (first ever performance)
21. Imagine One Day (with Grace Young, first ever performance)
22. Fins
23. You Can Never Tell (Chuck Barry cover, first ever performance)
24. Margaritaville

This was courtesy of David Lee-Sue ...reporting in from Paris
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by Dutch Harbor PH » September 28, 2013 1:09 am

Attitude: The difference between ordeal and adventure
Scars are Tattoos with really good stories
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by jayparrot46 » September 28, 2013 11:11 am

Dutch Harbor PH wrote:Thursday's La Trabendo set list:
1. Changes In Latitude
2. Stars on the Water
3. Brown Eyed Girl
4. Boat Drinks
5. Take the Weather with You
6. Knees of my Heart
7. Son of a Son of a Sailor
8. 5 o'clock Somewhere
9. Come Monday
10. Too Drunk to Karaoke
11. Cheeseburger in Paradise
12. Autour de Roche
13. Last Mango in Paris
14. Pencil Thin Mustache
15. Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants
16. Coast of Marseilles
17. Southern Cross
18. Volcano
19. A Pirate Looks at Forty
20. Rue de la Guitar (first ever performance)
21. Imagine One Day (with Grace Young, first ever performance)
22. Fins
23. You Can Never Tell (Chuck Barry cover, first ever performance)
24. Margaritaville

This was courtesy of David Lee-Sue ...reporting in from Paris
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
wow :) interesting setlist

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by LIPH » September 28, 2013 11:28 am

Who's Grace Young?
what I really mean . . . I wish you were here

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by lime rickie » September 29, 2013 7:00 am

LIPH wrote:Who's Grace Young?
I wondered, too...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_(musician)

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by FinsUp6835 » September 29, 2013 9:47 am

Setlist for Saturday?...

Merci!
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by tigzoe » September 29, 2013 9:49 am

At least he really mixed it up a bit. I hope the BN'ers had a blast.
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by donpringle » September 30, 2013 7:25 am

The Saturday night concert was better for me than Friday's as I had a slight issue resulting in me spending the night in hospital. Thanks to Charleston for his assistance in getting me to the outside of the building safely, also thanks to all the people that assisted especially the group accompanying NoShoes and DNW, it was great to see you all again on Saturday night, when I was able to see the complete concert.

With regards to the concert on Saturday, fantastic as usual, Jimmy and the band were in great form, however, would just like to say, if the 2 guys and their blonde headed partners who arrived late, tried to push in at the front, then spent the concert trying to push through the group I was with read this board. Here's a message, if you want to get to the front get in line early, if not stay at the back and allow those that did arrive early to enjoy the show in peace, apparently like me you had seen Jimmy in Paris on each occasion that he had performed, why that allows you to be rude and aggressive beats me. I hope you had a safe trip back to the States, and if you are coming back next year, please arrive on time and behave like all the other people in the venue. If not please make concert number 7 in Paris your last.

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by CrazyDeb » September 30, 2013 1:53 pm

donpringle wrote:The Saturday night concert was better for me than Friday's as I had a slight issue resulting in me spending the night in hospital. Thanks to Charleston for his assistance in getting me to the outside of the building safely, also thanks to all the people that assisted especially the group accompanying NoShoes and DNW, it was great to see you all again on Saturday night, when I was able to see the complete concert.

With regards to the concert on Saturday, fantastic as usual, Jimmy and the band were in great form, however, would just like to say, if the 2 guys and their blonde headed partners who arrived late, tried to push in at the front, then spent the concert trying to push through the group I was with read this board. Here's a message, if you want to get to the front get in line early, if not stay at the back and allow those that did arrive early to enjoy the show in peace, apparently like me you had seen Jimmy in Paris on each occasion that he had performed, why that allows you to be rude and aggressive beats me. I hope you had a safe trip back to the States, and if you are coming back next year, please arrive on time and behave like all the other people in the venue. If not please make concert number 7 in Paris your last.
Well said Don. I agree with you 100 percent. As much as I tried to ignore them (and keep from falling down), those folks ruined our concert experience. Even after I told them of your illness from the previous concert, they continued the pushing, shoving and obnoxious behavior. I was hoping they would be removed, but we know how that went! I am so embarrassed they are from the states. Hoping you are feeling better.
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by PHUK » September 30, 2013 7:42 pm

Agree with Don.
We were 3 deep back from the stage in front of these DFs. We had to go out half an hour from the end as Pamela was taken by the heat and needed fresh air. We returned after 15 minutes and the guy said if we were going to stand there we we mistaken. I tried to explain but he was aggressive until i told him in no uncertain terms to go forth and multiply. Other PHs turned on the group and said we had been the all the time. They then faded into the night. We were in the front 20 of the line from 14.00hrs and would not upset anyone.
We all had a drink but some can take it !

Now back to the 2 concerts, I enjoyed the Thursday apart from the heat! but Saturday was fantastic as well.
Don't know which one was best as they were both different.

Nothing like a US concert so hard to explain.

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by FinsUp6835 » October 1, 2013 10:44 am

Saturday setlist?
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by no shoes » October 1, 2013 1:54 pm

Sorry it took a while - only arrived home late yesterday:

1. Tiki Bar
2. Brown Eyed Girl
3. Changes in Latitude
4. Somethin' about a boat
5. Last Mango in Paris
6. Son of a son of a sailor
7. Five o'clock somewhere
8. Come Monday
9. Too drunk to karaoke
10. Cheeseburger in paradise

Now, at this point the list I am transcribing from ( a photo of the original set list) says 'acoustic set' but he never played Piece of work, as per the
set list. He did play:

11. Pencil thin moustache
12. Coast of Marseilles
13. Southern cross
14. Volcano
15. Rue de la guitar
16. A pirate looks at 40
17. Chanson pour les petite enfants
18. * Imagine one day - Grace Young (daughter of a friend of Jimmy's called Jonathan Edwards)
19. One particular harbour
20. All night long
21. Fins

1st encore
22. Sweet home Alabama - a request paid for with 3 bottles of rose :-)
23. Margaritaville/Boat drinks

2nd encore
24. You never can tell (c'est la vie)
25. He went to Paris (just Jimmy and Mac)
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by Tiki Torches » October 1, 2013 2:15 pm

no shoes wrote: 18. * Imagine one day - Grace Young (daughter of a friend of Jimmy's called Jonathan Edwards)
Thanks for the setlist. BTW, this is Grace's Dad:


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Re: Paris Shows

Post by jayparrot46 » October 1, 2013 5:33 pm

well that a cool 8) setlist

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Re: Paris Shows

Post by dnw » October 3, 2013 6:46 pm

LIPH wrote:Who's Grace Young?

You probably would have liked her--she's young and pretty. And can sing. :D
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by dnw » October 3, 2013 6:47 pm

donpringle wrote:The Saturday night concert was better for me than Friday's as I had a slight issue resulting in me spending the night in hospital. Thanks to Charleston for his assistance in getting me to the outside of the building safely, also thanks to all the people that assisted especially the group accompanying NoShoes and DNW, it was great to see you all again on Saturday night, when I was able to see the complete concert.

With regards to the concert on Saturday, fantastic as usual, Jimmy and the band were in great form, however, would just like to say, if the 2 guys and their blonde headed partners who arrived late, tried to push in at the front, then spent the concert trying to push through the group I was with read this board. Here's a message, if you want to get to the front get in line early, if not stay at the back and allow those that did arrive early to enjoy the show in peace, apparently like me you had seen Jimmy in Paris on each occasion that he had performed, why that allows you to be rude and aggressive beats me. I hope you had a safe trip back to the States, and if you are coming back next year, please arrive on time and behave like all the other people in the venue. If not please make concert number 7 in Paris your last.

You scared us! Glad to see that you were ok on Saturday. Enjoy your trip to FL. :D
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by FinsUp6835 » October 4, 2013 2:38 pm

Shows seemed awesome!

My only thing is you have a chance for JB to fulfill a song request in a small venue in Paris, paid for by 3 bottles of wine? And you request sweet home Alabama!?!?!?

I just don't get it...
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Re: Paris Shows

Post by chippewa » October 4, 2013 3:15 pm

FinsUp6835 wrote:Shows seemed awesome!

My only thing is you have a chance for JB to fulfill a song request in a small venue in Paris, paid for by 3 bottles of wine? And you request sweet home Alabama!?!?!?

I just don't get it...
I agree. The obvious choice was Freebird.

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