Just got back from bowery show- hard to describe how good this band
is- incredible live performance.
Nice to be able to see them in such a small venue - probably the last
time before they blow-up when the new CD is released
Chris Martin has to be the most talented lead singer out there- has
a lot of Bono in him but with much more innocence and sincerity.
Clocks was probably the best song of the night-
u forgot to mention that Chris did a little bit of Bruce Springsteen's
"Hungry Heart"...after teasing the crowd that they were only
@ their show because the audience couldn't get Springsteen tix! (he
was playing at Madison Square Garden).
i was also on the balcony.....but on the other side of the Gallagher
boys & u....what a great place to see a show..! I only wish I had
had a video camera with me... so I could experience the show over and
I too was expecting some "special guests"...especially after
Chris said to "call us out a 3rd time"....and mentioned something
about "surprises up our sleeves". U know those tempermental
Oasis bros...they prolly decided at the last minute not to join in...hehe...
UNBELIEVABLE! Got there way early and scoped out a spot in the fron
of the balcony so my short wife would have a clear view. Saw the Oasis
boys and Gwenyth as previously reported. Now I have seen Coldplay three
times now, and last night took the cake. Between the perfect venue and
the passionate performance, I was in awe! The new songs were beautiful
live--clocks and scientist among the highlights for me. Also, I had
expectd this to showcse the new material more so i was pleasntly surprised
by the large amount of older material played. The new version of Don't
panic is awesome! also, the one I love rocks1 i hadn't heard it before
last night! Very upbeat song!
All in all, I can imagine how jones Beach next month will live up to
this experience. It will probably be anti-climactic!!
Oh and with Echo being an old favorite of mine-Lips like Sugar was a