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Telegraph Road
live in Madrid
2nd April 2005



MK on fire  :thumbsup
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Almost Straits / Re: Alchemy Live
« Last post by superval99 on Today at 01:32:20 pm »
Thanks to both of you!    :)
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Almost Straits / Re: Alchemy Live
« Last post by JF on Today at 01:22:04 pm »
on these kinds of guitars/bass, the tunning pegs are behind the bridge
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To anyone who has said there will be no surprises for the end of the tour........

THAT OUTFIT!!  :o
Keeping The Music Alive! We have partnered with Seated to bring you closer to some of the artists who have performed in the Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre.
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Almost Straits / Re: Alchemy Live
« Last post by jbaent on Today at 11:45:31 am »
Yes the bass is like those Steinberg guitars, those didn't had tunning pegs either, well, they have but different than usually.
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Almost Straits / Re: Alchemy Live
« Last post by superval99 on Today at 11:18:13 am »
It's an odd selection indeed. The Spanish tribute "alchemy band" they play first Alchemy record almost in full. I can't remember which tracks they didn't played, I think they left out Two young lovers and Solid rock. They were wearing the same clothes and behave more or less like the musicians in the video, the one impersonating Tommy Mandel not only dances but also took selfies with his phone, was hilarious! Then, they played The Man's Too Strong, Money for nothing and Brothers in arms. It was a very fun and entertaining concert and after the gig they came out of the venue to chat with the audience. I know the lead guitar from long ago so it was nice to see him and chat in person, as he lives quite far from me.

I think they decided to end with SOS because of "Thank you, goodnight" but it did seem a bit strange for it to be at the end, with the very end being the encore, TOL, which lasted about 14 minutes each time - the end solo went on and on... and on!  :)

Incidentally, if you can see the picture - the bass guitar doesn't seem to have a head with tuning pegs.   :hmm
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Almost Straits / Re: Alchemy Live
« Last post by jbaent on Today at 10:52:20 am »
It's an odd selection indeed. The Spanish tribute "alchemy band" they play first Alchemy record almost in full. I can't remember which tracks they didn't played, I think they left out Two young lovers and Solid rock. They were wearing the same clothes and behave more or less like the musicians in the video, the one impersonating Tommy Mandel not only dances but also took selfies with his phone, was hilarious! Then, they played The Man's Too Strong, Money for nothing and Brothers in arms. It was a very fun and entertaining concert and after the gig they came out of the venue to chat with the audience. I know the lead guitar from long ago so it was nice to see him and chat in person, as he lives quite far from me.
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Almost Straits / Re: Alchemy Live
« Last post by superval99 on January 28, 2023, 05:44:01 pm »
Had a great time last night at the Alchemy Live DS Tribute Band show.  It is the first time I have been to a tribute show and it was very entertaining.

I was under the impression that they would play the whole Alchemy concert, but it turned out a bit different.  They began with MFN, WoL and Solid Rock and then the Alchemy setlist, although not in the same order as the original show and with the exception of Two Young Lovers and Private Investigations.  The singer/guitarist, Martin Ledger  did very well, although with a few hiccups here and there!

They had a very good reception from the packed house of about 200 and ended with SOS.   There was a lot of cheering and calling for more and eventually Martin came back and asked which song we would like for an encore and the answer was TOL, which I must say was played very well both first time and second time.  They played for almost three hours and received much applause!   I half expected a lock-in!   ;D

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Mark Knopfler Discussion Forum / Re: Expanded version of Alchemy
« Last post by asouza on January 28, 2023, 12:39:05 am »
guy's anwswer in 23/01/2023:

By: Christian0274
Categories: Competition
January 23, 2023
Hello Doc, first I wish you and all the band all the best for 2023. I have juste one question : Is there a chance to rerelease Alchemy with the complete setlist? Thanks for all . Sorry for m’y english.

It’s possible but I’m unsure right now
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Mark Knopfler Discussion Forum / Re: No Tour with the new album.
« Last post by dustyvalentino on January 27, 2023, 10:13:37 am »
Guy told in his forum some time ago that NHB are over.

Things change all the time. :)
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