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VEGA - Musikkens Hus is a multi-faceted music venue with
three different stage capacities, the largest being 1,500 which has been
confirmed as the room hosting the Bowie concert. Located at Enghavevej 40, 1674 V. Telephone: 3325-7011. Fax 3325-8011.
Tickets sold out within 2 minutes on the phones, and went for as high
as $275 from ticket brokers in the week before the concert.
- Life On Mars?
- Thursday's Child
- Ashes To Ashes
- Can't Help Thinking About Me
- China Girl
- Always Crashing In The Same Car
- Something In The Air
- Drive In Saturday
- Jimmy, Shrink That Shirt - the band's ditty
- Rebel Rebel
- Word On A Wing
- The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell
- Cracked Actor
- I'm Afraid Of
"Not only is it the last show of the tour, but it's the last show . . . of the millenium" David sayd during this great concert at the Vega. He forgot to say this was also the greatest show of the tour. David realy talked a lot and made a lot of jokes. David also told a story about the blue sweater he wore at the netaid concert. David wasn't very pleased when Jimmy accidently managed to shrink the sweater to an unwearable size. During the time offstage Holly and Emm wrote a song about it. The lyrics told about the way David reacted to Jimmy about the accident. David let the band play the song wich realy was a very proffesional song. (Thanks Emm and Holly). The version of Repetition was absolutely unique. The band played a very long beautifull musical part. I was very pleased to hear Stay again, wich is one of my favorit live tracks. Although I allways miss Adrian Belew (Milton Keynes, august 5, 1990) I was very pleased to hear Stay again. This concert was worth the 1.000 kilometers drive.
Thanks David (for this great tour), Ton (for getting me on the guestlist) and Pete (for the TF1 Friday tickets), Angela, Antoine, Ludo & Margerita and Roeland & Priscilla for the great company.
Peter Smit (email@example.com)
the Hague, the Netherlands - Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 15:36:52 (EST)
Well, now that was really something! Of all the Bowie-concerts I have been to, this Copenhagen-concert stands out. Superb songlist and Bowie and the bandmembers were splendid in all possible ways, just dynamite.
The day after the concert I went to Gothenburg to attend the recording of "Inte bara Blix", where Bowie performed Thursday's child and Survive. After meeting DB twice and a little conversation with Mike Garson, in Gothenburg, I am more than satisfied. Love on ya all!
Fredrik Lindberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Malmo, Sweden - Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 09:00:41 (EST)
What a wonderful show, it was worth all the waiting to get in.
All my thanks to the english and dutch contigent and a GIGANTIC THANKS
to Eric and DB.
See ya all very soon.
Luis Clementino (email@example.com)
Paris, France - Wednesday, December 08, 1999 at 17:54:27 (EST)
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