- Elbow in Concert “on the Red Button”
Watched this t’other night Steve having had Seldom Seen Kid playing continously for the last month. Fantastic hour of digital TV. Unfortunately not seen them live yet. They’re sold out in Sheff for their March gig. There are some tickets on FleaBay but the sellers want my house in exchange.Posted 9 years agostilltortoiseSubscriber
Elbow just get better and better. I saw them live supporting Muse many years ago and to be honest they weren’t much cop, but have seen them headline outdoor festivals since and they are infinitely better. Check out last year’s Glastonbury performance of One Day Like This. Even the violinists recognise something special is going on and can’t stop smiling.Posted 9 years agoCountZeroMember
They’ve been one of my absolute favourite bands since Asleep… I’ve seen them four or five times, and I’ve got tickets for Bristol next month. Not heard this gig yet, applied for tickets but didn’t get any (sniff), but I had an email from the band avertising the cd and DVD so put in a pre-order straight away. Release date is sometime in March. I noticed the blonde violinist on the Glasto coverage had this huge sh*t-eating grin all over her face right through the set, I thought they’re gonna have to make her suck a lemon to wipe that smile off.Posted 9 years agodjgloverMember
Am I the only one who wasn’t toally impressed with the choir and orchestra all the time? they worked great on some songs, but out of place and badly balanced at time. The Fix was also really flat.
Dunno if I’d pay the £20 asked for the cd/dvd
I really enjoyed it, but you are right, Ground for divorce, for example, sounded all wrong. Others sounded bloody good thoughPosted 9 years ago
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