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Old 07-09-2007, 08:08 AM   #1
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2007/08/16 - Switzerland - Gampel Festival

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Old 08-16-2007, 06:05 PM   #2
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Re: 2007/08/16 - Switzerland - Gampel Festival

Jambi (kinda slow)
Stinkfist (extended)
intro/46 & 2
intro/Schism (extended)
/Rosetta Stoned (no lost keys)
Lateralus/drum solo
Vicarious (no extended keyboard intro)

I was front row, right side. Bass was too loud the first 2 songs but it went ok afterwards :)

They started 15 minutes late, I wonder why..

Unfortunately I couldn't hear Maynard very well, sound maybe wasn't very balanced ; nice guitar, great drums and bass but low Maynard. Keeping in mind the fact that he had a throat infection, he did good, even nailing all the lines end of Vicarious.

"Thanks for sticking around, we apreciate it. Hopefully we'll see you again very soon. Keep your pants on." Or something to that effect.

Danny was 100% into it and one of the girl friends I was with even caught a drum stick ! I held it for some time after the show to feel the energy, saying to myself that Danny played with that very stick.

Jambi was played pretty slow, they needed to warm up. They were very well into it by the time they had reached Schism. Highlights : Lateralus and drum solo.

The place was beautiful, right in the middle of the swiss mountains.

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