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B16 said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 14:54

a quanto pare c’e’ anche un’altra nuova stella, Andreya Triana, in tour con Bonobo… di seguito setlist, commento e link al concerto di Chicago del primo aprile

http://consequenceofsound.net/2010/04/04/no-foolin-around-for-bonobo-in-chicago-41/

No foolin’ around for Bonobo in Chicago (4/1)
By Nancy Hashimoto on April 4th, 2010 in

Typically classified as a downtempo or chill artist, what Bonobo brought to Chicago April 1st was anything but lounge music. British artist Simon Green disengaged from the purely electronic form and instead strapped on the bass and performed with his seven member band, recreating the songs from his albums, with the majority of songs from Days to Come or his new album Black Sands. The result was a fully dimensional, deep layered arrangement that kept the crowd pumping.

With a new album released just days beforehand, his third on the Ninja Tune recording label, Bonobo kicked off his US and European 41-city tour at Metro and Smartbar. After several songs he remarked that it’s the first time the band played together since last summer. The fine tuned live show included, at times, a flute, saxophone, or clarinet, keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, and electronic instrumentals. Andreya Triana added a beautiful voice that complemented the deep layers of sound supporting the expressive jazz quality of her vocals.

The combination of Metro and Smartbar allowed Bonobo to follow up his live performance with a DJ set and showcase both of his musical interests. At Smartbar, just below the legendary Metro stage, the Ninja Tune artist skillfully blended trip hop and acid jazz with some break beats, funk, soul, and Latin sounds that clearly engaged the dance floor. Here Green displayed a blend of catchy melodies with organic palettes and subtle complexities while still staying true to good old fashioned beats.

Setlist:

1Kiara
2Ketto
3Kong
4Noctuary
5Stay the Same
6Days to Come
7Walk in the Sky
8All in Forms
9Recurring
10Eyesdown
11The Keeper
12Nightlite
13Between the Lines
14Transmission
15Black Sands
16El Toro

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Alien on Acid said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 15:01

Aspettiamo il disco da sola b16? 😉

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buzz said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 16:43

ma vedetela fra di voi ,io penso alla juve del prossimo anno e mi bevo una birra ,sigh

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Alien on Acid said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 17:52

ci si dovrebbe ubriacare pesantemente al solo pensiero della juve.

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Generale Lee said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 20:57

perchè voi seguite ancora il GIUOCO del calcio? io penso di astenermi per qualche anno…

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buzzandmusic said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 21:34

ahi ahi ahi

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B16 said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 22:59

aspettiamo l’album solista e aspettiamo anche qualche miglioria bianconera… anche perche’ peggio di cosi’…la juve di questanno e’ un invito alla dipendenza… da qualsiasi sostanza obnubilante!

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B16 said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 23:03

domanda per alien in particolare> bonobo lo preferivi come nei primi due album piu’ elettronico o con la svolta suonata degli ultimi due? a me sembra che sia passato da nipote di amon tobin a fratello dei cinematic orchestra…

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Alien on Acid said in 8 Aprile, 2010 at 23:35

amando cinematic orchesta, la risposta vien da sola 😉

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Generale Lee said in 9 Aprile, 2010 at 07:58

obnubilati…ahahahahahhahaha!!!!! meglio obnubilarsi con la musica va…..

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