Ignaky5 September 2011 at 12:04amPosts: 3 (0 today)Status: offline
Ya tengo mis entradas!!!!!!
Fila 9, sector VIP FANS 3!!!!
flori17 September 2011 at 11:12pmPosts: 9 (0 today)Status: offline
VeroGirbau3 October 2011 at 12:38pmPosts: 15 (0 today)Status: offline
Hey, yo también! (VIP fans) Habrá algún beneficio para fans registrados en la pagina?
Peq20 October 2011 at 4:59amPosts: 4 (0 today)Status: offline
Yo tengo las mias!!! VIP FANS 2, fila 2!
Miguel Difino3 November 2011 at 1:16amPosts: 19 (0 today)Status: offline
Viernes 4/11 Cinemark Puerto Madero. Tengo ansiedad de ver el DVD. Me bajé Rhythm de youtube y ya con eso quedé impresionado. Cómo será en pantalla de cine, 5.1 y 3D. Espero que esa sala de Cinemark no sea pedorra y que esté a la altura de las circunstancias. Y dos semanas después GEBA,
SgtPepper676 November 2011 at 2:45pmPosts: 64 (0 today)Status: offline
Ya tengo mi entrada hace un par de semanas!
Que onda GEBA? nunca fui. Toda la gira la está haciendo en lugares abiertos? se me hace que esto sonaría mucho mejor en un lugar cerrado, no?
flori9 November 2011 at 1:26pmPosts: 9 (0 today)Status: offline
Sí! Sonaría mejor en un lugar cerrado!
No hay ningún tipo de nada para los de la página.
Alguien quiere ir a saludar a Peter conmigo al hotel? (esto significaría esperarlo afuera, por supuesto.)
VeroGirbau14 November 2011 at 3:40pmPosts: 15 (0 today)Status: offline
sí, yo me anoto, Flori!
buscame en FB y nos ponemos de acuerdo (Vero Girbau)
Miguel Difino19 November 2011 at 2:43pmPosts: 19 (0 today)Status: offline
*Buenos Aires Show: On 18/11/2011 Peter Gabriel and the New Blood Orchestra played at the GEBA Stadium in Buenos Aires. Weather was fantastic. The venue is beautiful, surrounded by trees, with fresh air, but a train passes by at about 200 meters from the site. That spoiled the momentum of many of the songs performed in the night. A while before the show started, Gabriel and other musicians were on stage getting everything ready. Gabriel had a long talk with conductor Ben Foster before the show, which was announced for 9PM. Short after that time, Gabriel picked the microphone, and after welcoming the audience, introduced his two back- up singers, mentioning that each of them would play a song before the show started. Gabriel did that instead of playing the diva and making a triumphant enter on stage to do his set and getting a warm welcome from the audience. The singers sung a couple of acoustic songs, a duet of acoustic guitar and voice. Short after that Gabriel opened the show with Heroes. After that he commented his studio in England is nearby a railway, so here he was feeling like at home. Despite his great predisposition, the train spoiled the most reflective or emotive momentums of the show, passing by each five minutes during the whole show.
The setlist was: Heroes, Wallflower, Apres Moi, Intruder, San Jacinto, Secret World, Father Son, Signal To Noise, Downside Up, Digging In The Dirt, Mercy Street, The Rhythm Of The Heat, Red Rain, Solsbury Hill, Biko, In Your Eyes, Don’t Give Up y The Nest That Sailed The Sky.
The sound of the orchestra (half of it from London, the other half from the Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires orchestra), was extraordinary. Gabriel’s vocal performance was fantastic, tight and inspired.
Introducing Wallflower, Gabriel mentioned it was inspired on torture during the military government in Argentina and the dark facts of ESMA. Introducing San Jacinto Gabriel got lost while reading his translated notes, and even he was a line short, so the introduction was erratic but produced the audience to laugh heavily. Secret World was a big surprise, and the orchestral arrangement was extraordinary, with Gabriel giving off a great energy during the number. Introducing Father Son, Gabriel said his father was becoming 100 years old on April 2012. Introducing Signal To Noise Gabriel said technology and cellphones could be used in defense of human rights. Audience participated a lot during Solsbury Hill, Biko and In Your Eyes. The calmest moment of all, the final number The Nest, was spoiled by the passing train (once more), and after playing his last three notes on the piano, Peter thanked the audience and the train. Gabriel did no intermission and because of that no actual encore. The show ended 11.30PM, after 120 minutes of uninterrupted music. People stood still asking for more for quite a while, but started to deploy when the orchestra left the stage and so did Ben Foster. When the orchestra left the stage, screens were started to be brought down to the stage floor.
Show visuals were incredible, same as the light show. Best visual moments were during Apres Moi, San Jacinto, Mercy Street, Father Son, Digging In The Dirt.
Grupo Clarín through his TV channel Todo Noticias broadcasted live the first two songs of the night, Heroes and Wallflower. The show was sponsored by Tarjeta Santarder Río, by Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, YPF, Canal Trece + Cablevisión +Radio FM Blue 100.7 (all these media belong to Grupo Clarín), and VH1. The event organization was on Fenix Entertainment Group, which did, as always, an excellent job. Among the celebrities present was Juan Carlos Baglietto (sitting on Row 27 seat A2, right behind me).
rise20 November 2011 at 12:56pmPosts: 956 (0 today)Status: offline
Thanks for this colourful report, Miguel.
PG seems to change the program very lively and good to know he still plays also songs from Scratch my Back. Because I miss it already.
And also thanks to the train, it does not only spoil, it also brings new influences into an idyll. ( I know, what I'm talking about, because I live 100mtrs from such a thing.
rise21 November 2011 at 9:44pmPosts: 956 (0 today)Status: offline
Don't give up!
EduBrazil9 December 2011 at 4:47pmPosts: 1 (0 today)Status: offline
Sorry, my english is bad.... pero.. sair do Brasil para ir assistir ao Show em Buenos Aires foi inesquecível.
Parabéns ao PG, parabéns a organização e parabéns aos hermanos... muito lindo.