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xx Re: The Carpet Crawlers: A good ending to TIOA sho
« Reply #45 on: Sep 3rd, 2017, 6:47pm »

on Aug 16th, 2017, 08:33am, Fabrizio wrote:
Generally speaking I would agree that a concert should end on a high, euphoric note, however, I think there is a big difference between a regular concert, with perhaps other records and tours to follow and a last tour where you are bidding farewell to the fans and closing a career. It's done, that's it! There's nothing beyond that and pehaps ending on a more wistful, poignant tone doesn't seem so inappropiate. I cannot help but thinking about that last gig where Phil told Tony and Mike how much he appreciated and loved them. Kind of touching for the band and for the fans and as I said, after a moment like that, I think something like Fading Lights would be utter perfection but TCC, a song the overwhelming majority of fans appreciate, wouldn't be bad either imo.


I think Fading Lights would have been a much better choice given your arguments
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xx Re: The Carpet Crawlers: A good ending to TIOA sho
« Reply #46 on: Oct 1st, 2017, 12:14pm »

After Invisible Touch and Tonight, Tonight, Tonight, for my tastes sound great on record, but weak live, thank goodness for Carpet Crawlers
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