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    Posted: June 19 2007 at 12:40

Peter Gabriel: Setlist Gelsenkirchen (June 14th, 2007 )

These are the songs Peter Gabriel performed at Gelsenkirchen:

The Rhythm Of The Heat
On The Air
Intruder
D.I.Y.
I Have The Touch
Washing Of The Water
Blood Of Eden
We Do What We’re Told
I Don’t Remember
No Self-Control

Moribund The Burgermeister
Schnappschuss (ein Familienfoto) [German version of Family Snapshot]
Not One Of Us / Du Bist Nicht Wie Wir (English verses with German chorus)
Mother Of Violence (vocals Melanie)
I Grieve
Big Time
Steam
Lay Your Hands On Me.

Solsbury Hill
Sledgehammer

In Your eyes

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 13:54
Perhaps this means he will tour the states at some point.  I Hope I Hope I Hope!  Clap
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 13:55
Wow, this is really different than the Growing Up and Still Growing Up tours!!! sets.

Quite surprising, a lot of early stuff, and oddly just one track of the great Up, and as the same time several hit songs towards the end, really big contrast.

Is also very rare that numbers like Red Rain, Secret World or Diggin In The Dirt were ignored (not saying is bad necessarly, but never thought he would stop playing them).

All in all, great set, except for Big Time Confused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 14:20
Please come to the U.S.!  I saw the Secret World tour and it was incredible!  I'd love to see a Gabriel show again.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 14:34
Lots of older stuff looks almost like a setlist from the early eighties almost.Cool
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 14:36

One song from Up, my favorite Gabriel album ?

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 14:37
5 songs from Melt? Oh my God, I hope he tours the US, that's one hell of a setlist.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 19 2007 at 15:37
I haven't been able to ever go to a Gabriel show, but if he came to the U.S. I would be so excited!  The Growing Up Live DVD was unlike anything I have ever seen.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 20 2007 at 10:55
The setlist was actually put together by members of PGs website in an online poll with some tweaking by PG.
 
On the PG website, they showed the set list a little different:
 

Rhythm Of The Heat
On The Air
Intruder
D.I.Y.
I Have The Touch
Washing Of The Water
Blood Of Eden
We Do What We're Told (Milgram's 37)
I Don't Remember
No Self Control
Moribund The Burgermeister
Family Snapshot (German )
Not One Of Us (hybrid..German/English)
Mother Of Violence
I Grieve
Big Time
Steam
Lay Your Hands On Me

Signal To Noise
Solsbury Hill
Sledgehammer
In Your Eyes

In either case, the plan is a 2-CD encore CD will be available on the website.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 22 2007 at 10:53
Rhythm Of the Heat, Intruder, We Do What We're Told, I Greive, MORIBUND!  CryCryCryCry
Why was the Up tour so packed with so much of his more popular, radio-friendly work, and not include spectacularly ususual gems like these?  Flotsam and Jetsam is the only one missing...
 
I still have no clue why he even released DIY, much less play it on tour.Confused


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 27 2007 at 14:06
Whose %$#* do you have to $%#! to get him to play some old Genesis?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 27 2007 at 23:38
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 28 2007 at 06:56
Went to see him in Hyde Park the other day - the band were simply awesome! Tony Levin in particular was in great form. For an outdoor gig the sound was the best I've ever heard, amazing quality control. It was even more reliable and 'musical' than Roger Waters' quad speakers towers for the Dark Side tour he's doing.

The setlist is based on requests from fans via PG's website and he said they were dragging out a lot of material they hadn't played in many years. To hear some of the stuff was amazing.

Only a couple of negatives

1. The torrential downpour that came just as Crowded House were midway through their set. It caused everyone to run for it, thoroughly soaked. Consequently by the time PG got to No Self Control, we wedre bloody freezing!

2. Great though Gabriel was, the music is not suited to a festival environment. Everybody I was with said it. How great it would have been if we were in a decent concert hall where we could properly concentrate on the music and show.

All in all though, I was hugely impressed. He's not the biggest showman, not the best between song raconteur (despite what old Genesis between song short stories might lead you to believe) and the music's too cerebral for an outdoor show, but if you concentrated on the playing and the quality of the songs, it was a singular experience.

+ added bonus: The Feeling were absolutely brilliant. Superbly played, hook-laden pop of the 70s school. Equal parts Elton John, ELO and a little rocking out. They were excellent. Highly recommended.
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