Jocke23 August 2008 at 3:41pmPosts: 3 (0 today)Status: offline
What is your best memory from the concerts you been on? My memory is when i saw PG in Stockholm 2003 and he played digging in the dirt. That was reaaly great!
chawin24 August 2008 at 2:58pmPosts: 165 (0 today)Status: offline
1987 Birmingham,lay your hands on me.he fell back into the audience right on top of me.Incredible atmosphere,also 6 of the best 1982 when the band came on stage carrying a coffin.on putting the coffin down the lid opened and out came RAEL to burst into Back in New york city,absoloutly electric.
Bryn200813 October 2008 at 10:10pmPosts: 2 (0 today)Status: offline
My best memory was De Montfort hall Leicester in 1978. I think. He played his first album and wandered around the audience with his mates with flash lights. The guys in the front row where screaming for 'Supper's Ready' and Peter politely asked them to leave it to history and went on to play 'The Flood' and 'Solisbury Hill'. Magnificent. It was the first time I saw him fall backwards into the crowd. Not bad at all really now that I sit down and think about it.
nsrs15 October 2008 at 1:31pmPosts: 1 (0 today)Status: offline
Birmingham 1987 for me sat in the front row the same as Chawin "lay your hands on me" he fell back on us too. first ever PG concent will never forget it
Xib22 October 2008 at 7:00amPosts: 238 (0 today)Status: offline
When he played "San Jacinto" a couple of years ago.
I never experienced an audience so silent during a song, it was kinda magic for me.
My best memory was the first time i saw PG in the Zorb ball during the show here in Holland some years ago. It makes quite an impression when you've never seen such thing before, and when it appears to be part of the show in such way. I like the ball's ego.
RickyBee5 November 2008 at 6:15pmPosts: 2 (0 today)Status: offline
For me, it isn't so much a concert memory, as rushing home with PG 4, playing it twice straight off, and realising that this guy I had followed since Nursery Cryme, and had sometimes been mocked as a result, had just produced something of such quality that no category existed for what I had just heard. Wallflower still brings me almost to tears even today (now Father/Son does - every time). PG4 = Special, special album. Years later, I drove someone 20 years or so younger than me and I put PG4 on the car stereo - I've go to say that for them to listen, then ask who it was, then say it was f*****g brilliant, astonishing, was another extra special memory.
manonna11 November 2008 at 9:43amPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
I saw him once at Statenhallen The Hague.i was there so close to the stage and he looked me straight in the eyes. *sigh*
In those days I used to put make up on my face just like on the Plays Live dvd.
Yes call me crazy. I also put black nailpolish on some of my teeth so it would seem as if i had the same front teeth PG has. Mine are all alike,but his front teeth are a bit longer. I wanted that too so I tried hahaha.Worked great I may add.
Never got out the door that way though.just in the secrecy of my room :-] so,now you know my secret. The thought crossed my mind that I would put that make up on again for that show but they surely would think I was a nut.
And I know that time he played in Amsterdam 2007,when there was a beautiful rainbow. I wasn't at the concert, but I live quite near and I happened to see that rainbow too. I thought of PG,that we must have been looking at something at the same time.
Xib12 November 2008 at 12:08pmPosts: 238 (0 today)Status: offline
Two rainbows that evening, totally awesome!
I was there. :-]
manonna13 November 2008 at 10:25amPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline