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Re: BluePlanes Digest, Vol 131, Issue 3


  • Subject: Re: BluePlanes Digest, Vol 131, Issue 3
  • From: Patrick Brown <patbrown3004@ya...com>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2021 17:22:09 +0000 (UTC)

"Hi, how are you? how's it going?" etc.
Really glad this forum is still going.
Thanks for the info/ setlist etc.
I was at the gig & remembered just how much I'd really missed hearing the 
band playing.They were (imo) Fabulous!!
Just a thought re: new album, why doesn't Gerard release it digitally? 
(I'd be more than happy to pay whatever the 'going rate' is)+ It could 
always be with the proviso that the subscriber pays extra for a vinyl copy 
as & when available = Win/ Win
Patch


Sent from Yahoo Mail. Get the app 

    On Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 18:22:23 GMT, Anna Slastanova 
<annaslastanova@gm...com> wrote:  
 
 Tribute to Pat Fish was Whatever Happened to Our Golden Birds (he played 
on the original recording on Rough Music). 
New song is called Waking Up In the Ghost Removal Van. Words are in the 
Vol 1 of Gerard’s poems and lyrics book. Vol 2 has more words from the 
upcoming album. The album itself shall be out whenever it can get pressed- 
hoping for spring time, indeed. 
Mike’s This Boat can be listened to/watched here: 
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OBtQIDDXtWY
Happy Holidays,Anna
On Tue, 7 Dec 2021 at 14:55, EDoxtator <doc6502@ya...com> wrote:

 I may have missed it in a previous missive, but what was the tribute to 
dear Mr. Fishy?
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  1. Re: Friday's gig, Bristol (gordon.wilhelmi192)
  2. Re: Friday's gig, Bristol (gordon.wilhelmi192)


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Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2021 19:51:03 +0000 (GMT)
From: "gordon.wilhelmi192" <gordon.wilhelmi192@bt...com>
To: A Discussion list for The Blue Aeroplanes
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Subject: Re: [BluePlanes] Friday's gig, Bristol
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Cheers Nick, that's the way I got it. And agree, the band were like 
starved dogs, let off the lead after 24 months !

------ Original Message ------
From: "Nick White" <nick42white@gm...com>
To: "Blue Aeroplanes Blue Aeroplanes" <blueplanes@bl...org>
Sent: Monday, 6 Dec, 2021 At 11:45
Subject: Re: [BluePlanes] Friday's gig, Bristol

Not sure if this will work but here?s a photo of the setlist.  The order 
was changed at the end - Broken finished the main set and Fun started 
the encore. Then Breaking in my heart, obvs.


'Waking up? was the new song (chorus: ?Are you happy??).  ?Boat? is a 
Mike Youe song.


Really great show - I think we?ve all missed these shows, the band 
definitely included.


Cheers, NW



On 6 Dec 2021, at 03:45, Bluemail <andrewbrown@bl...ch 
<mailto:andrewbrown@bl...ch> > wrote:


Thank you Gordon !
Greetings from France,
Andrew

On 6 Dec 2021, at 01:36, gordon.wilhelmi192 
<gordon.wilhelmi192@bt...com 
<mailto:gordon.wilhelmi192@bt...com> > wrote:

?
Hi, non-facebook flp's


Spent most of today defrosting my freezer, ready for a fresh bout of 
omicrom-lead panic- buy hoarding, for Christmas, fer crissakes, so had 
plenty of time to reflect on Friday evening's gig at Fleece (est. 1982).
For the benefit, or chagrin, of those flp's Stateside, or in 
Netherlands, Norway, or elsewhere, that were not able to make it, a 
brief report from one that could, according to the old fashion on this 
forum, and as I witnessed it......
Arrived 9pm to find them already into their second song; by ancient 
experience this therefore amounted to a 'matinee' performance, so I was 
all at slings and arrows for a while, so cannot accurately recite the 
Set-List, just took it in....
Presume they opened with 'Jacket', or otherwise this was maybe the first 
gig since 1989 they hadn't played it ? The tribute to Pat Fish was well 
observed, though I am trying to find the song.
Boy in the Bubble was high octane; 'Beatsongs' was pretty well observed 
in it's 30th Anniversary, 'Colour Me' got unmasked audience 
participation, 'Fun' reminded me that Rodney was a missed anchor for a 
few years. I liked his 'Days of 49' as well. I took 'Jack Leaves' home 
with me for Eyvind, who won't be there again.
Only one song from the long awaited new album (next spring, maybe???), 
but 'And Stones' got it's familiar treatment, Mike, Bec, Chris and John 
giving it a right going-over. Contrarily, of course, they finished the 
main set where I would always have them start it, with 'Broken and 
Mended'.
There was not the space on stage for me to take my banjo up for 
'Breaking', and I'd left it in London anyway, but you get my 
drift........?
When everyone that can make it to these December gigs do, and those that 
generally can't, also do, they will need to play the Colston Hall (Ooops 
!) to fit us all in.
Season's greetings, flp's. G
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Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2021 01:02:12 +0000 (GMT)
From: "gordon.wilhelmi192" <gordon.wilhelmi192@bt...com>
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Subject: Re: [BluePlanes] Friday's gig, Bristol
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Takk Wessel. Perhaps next time.
G

------ Original Message ------
From: huismanw@ca...nl
To: "'A Discussion list for The Blue Aeroplanes'" 
<blueplanes@bl...org>
Sent: Monday, 6 Dec, 2021 At 09:12
Subject: Re: [BluePlanes] Friday's gig, Bristol

Thanks from the Netherlands for keeping us in the loop.
There is a setlist on setlist.fm: 
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-blue-aeroplanes/2021/fleece-bristol-england-2b8ba0f2.html
 
<https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-blue-aeroplanes/2021/fleece-bristol-england-2b8ba0f2.html>
I don?t know whether it is accurate.
Best wishes,

Wessel Huisman


Van: BluePlanes <blueplanes-bounces@bl...org> Namens Bluemail
Verzonden: maandag 6 december 2021 04:45
Aan: A Discussion list for The Blue Aeroplanes 
<blueplanes@bl...org>
Onderwerp: Re: [BluePlanes] Friday's gig, Bristol


Thank you Gordon !

Greetings from France,

Andrew


On 6 Dec 2021, at 01:36, gordon.wilhelmi192 
<gordon.wilhelmi192@bt...com 
<mailto:gordon.wilhelmi192@bt...com> > wrote:

?
Hi, non-facebook flp's

Spent most of today defrosting my freezer, ready for a fresh bout of 
omicrom-lead panic- buy hoarding, for Christmas, fer crissakes, so had 
plenty of time to reflect on Friday evening's gig at Fleece (est. 1982).
For the benefit, or chagrin, of those flp's Stateside, or in 
Netherlands, Norway, or elsewhere, that were not able to make it, a 
brief report from one that could, according to the old fashion on this 
forum, and as I witnessed it......
Arrived 9pm to find them already into their second song; by ancient 
experience this therefore amounted to a 'matinee' performance, so I was 
all at slings and arrows for a while, so cannot accurately recite the 
Set-List, just took it in....
Presume they opened with 'Jacket', or otherwise this was maybe the first 
gig since 1989 they hadn't played it ? The tribute to Pat Fish was well 
observed, though I am trying to find the song.
Boy in the Bubble was high octane; 'Beatsongs' was pretty well observed 
in it's 30th Anniversary, 'Colour Me' got unmasked audience 
participation, 'Fun' reminded me that Rodney was a missed anchor for a 
few years. I liked his 'Days of 49' as well. I took 'Jack Leaves' home 
with me for Eyvind, who won't be there again.
Only one song from the long awaited new album (next spring, maybe???), 
but 'And Stones' got it's familiar treatment, Mike, Bec, Chris and John 
giving it a right going-over. Contrarily, of course, they finished the 
main set where I would always have them start it, with 'Broken and 
Mended'.
There was not the space on stage for me to take my banjo up for 
'Breaking', and I'd left it in London anyway, but you get my 
drift........?
When everyone that can make it to these December gigs do, and those that 
generally can't, also do, they will need to play the Colston Hall (Ooops 
!) to fit us all in.
Season's greetings, flp's. G
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