Sunday, October 22, 2017


Last week, we went to see Dweezil Zappa in concert in Brussels, in Utrecht and in Tilburg.
Overkill ?
Probably, but it was fun. Lots of fun.
Although three times is enough...

A great choice of tunes with lots of Flo & Eddie material, showcasing the amazing talents of Cian Coey and Adam Minkoff. It was great to hear Rollo performed, and I loved the start and finish with the 'Mudshark' theme. Superb.

For one reason or another, the Brussels performance was a bit lame. Maybe because everybody was seated? I don't know (but I did love my seat).
Utrecht was the best out of the three: more powerful, 'King Kong' snippets in the guitar solos, and an excellent sound.

The Brussels datasheet looked like this :


Dweezil Zappa : guitar, vocals.
Scheila Gonzalez: saxophone, flute, keyboards, vocals, stuff.
Chris Norton: keyboards, vocals.
Kurt Morgan: bass, vocals.
Ryan Brown: brums, vocals.
Cian Coey: vocals, stuff.
Adam Minkoff: guitar, vocals.

  • intro
  • Latex Solar Beef Instrumental Intro
  • It Can't Happen Here
  • Probably Wondering Why I'm Here
  • Bow Tie Daddy
  • Harry You're A Beast
  • Orange County Lumber Truck
  • Motherly Love
  • Anyway The Wind Blows - (End Mothers Medley)
  • Mom And Dad
  • Tell Me You Love Me
  • Cruisin' For Burgers
  • James Bond Theme
  • Studebaker Hoch
  • Rollo Medley
  • Cosmik Debris
  • 200 Motels Medley (Evening / Painted Up Her Face)
  • Advance Romance
  • Zomby Woof
  • Would You Go All The Way?
  • Wind Up Workin' In A Gas Station
  • Dirty Love
  • Daddy Daddy Daddy
  • What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are?
  • Bwana Gravy Medley
  • Village Of The Sun
  • Echidna's Arf
  • Let's Move To Cleveland
  • Inca Roads
  • Duke Of Prunes
  • Doreen
  • Dinah Moe Humm
  •  I Am The Walrus
Utrecht was slightly different with 'City Of Tiny Lights' instead of the '200 Motels Medley' and 'Advance Romance.
The Tilburg setlist went back to the Brussels one.
Good times for all !!

The Oslo show (24/10) will feature the Norwegian Wind Ensemble (they also took part in the London show), and the show will be recorded for a future DVD release.

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