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Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: monkeyman07 ()
Date: July 20, 2007 22:49

The setlist is being updated here via Rocks Off , thanks Gazza and Lorenz for the updates!
1. Start Me Up
2. You Got Me Rocking
3. Rough Justice
4. Ruby Tuesday
5. You Can't Always get What You Want
6. Midnight Rambler
7. I'll Go Crazy
8. Tumbling Dice

9. You Got The Silver
10. Wanna Hold You

11. Miss You (to b stage)
12. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (b stage)
13. Satisfaction (b stage)
14. Honky Tonk Women ( back to main stage)

15. Sympathy For The Devil
16. Paint It Black
17. Jumpin' Jack Flash

18. Brown Sugar (encore)

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never too old or young to rocknroll!!!!!!



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 2007-07-21 09:49 by bv.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: monkeyman07 ()
Date: July 20, 2007 23:15

Hey , what happened guys!!
no one is posting at these threads , barcelona and those shows were full of posts!

wipeacdc@hotmail.com
never too old or young to rocknroll!!!!!!

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Marco ()
Date: July 20, 2007 23:27

7. I'll Go Crazy
8. Tumbling Dice
9. You Got The Silver
10. Wanna Hold You
11. Miss You (to b stage)

Cheers, Marco

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Adi Tyler ()
Date: July 20, 2007 23:30

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> 4. Ruby Tuesday - awesome!

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: svendborg ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:31

Not much happening here.
Anyone at the show tonight, that can report the set list?

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:34

It was updated on Rocks off some time ago...as per the first post on the the thread

[novogate.com]

1. Start Me Up
2. You Got Me Rocking
3. Rough Justice
4. Ruby Tuesday
5. You Can't Always get What You Want
6. Midnight Rambler
7. I'll Go Crazy
8. Tumbling Dice

9. You Got The Silver
10. Wanna Hold You

11. Miss You (to b stage)
12. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (b stage)
13. Satisfaction (b stage)
14. Honky Tonk Women ( back to main stage)

15. Sympathy For The Devil
16. Paint It Black
17. Jumpin' Jack Flash

18. Brown Sugar (encore)

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:35

Ahhhh Keith still performing Wanna Hold You....Bless Him...



ROCKMAN

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: loochie ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:41

Rockman Wrote:
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> Ahhhh Keith still performing Wanna Hold
> You....Bless Him...


yeah, very nice.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Adi Tyler ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:44

Just 18 songs again? sad smiley

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: monkeyman07 ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:51

yeah , only 18 again , why???
someone knows whY???

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never too old or young to rocknroll!!!!!!

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: barbabang ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:53

yeah , only 18 again , why???
someone knows whY???


Maybe because of the extreme heat?

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: doubledoor ()
Date: July 21, 2007 00:56

18 songs seems to happen when they hit the YCAGWYW -Midnight Rambler extended Daily double. Concert clocks out about the same.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: svendborg ()
Date: July 21, 2007 01:09

doubledoor Wrote:
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> 18 songs seems to happen when they hit the YCAGWYW
> -Midnight Rambler extended Daily double. Concert
> clocks out about the same.


Well they did both in Horsens last year and it was still 19 songs :-)

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: 61' telecaster ()
Date: July 21, 2007 01:29

doubledoor Wrote:
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> 18 songs seems to happen when they hit the YCAGWYW
> -Midnight Rambler extended Daily double. Concert
> clocks out about the same.

Both of these in 19-song set were heard in Belgrade and elsewhere.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Voja ()
Date: July 21, 2007 01:58

Hey Budapest, Budva and Buchuresty you're not Belgrade where was 19.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: stones_serb ()
Date: July 21, 2007 02:00

I think it really doesn't matter if they do 18 or 19 songs set as long as they put on such a great show as they do.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: alvaro77 ()
Date: July 21, 2007 02:14

monkeyman07 Wrote:
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> Hey , what happened guys!!
> no one is posting at these threads , barcelona and
> those shows were full of posts!

Somebody questioned if the tour is a bore....well maybe, this is the answer, almost for this b-countries....
I can remember the excitement in the first 3 - 4 nights, the f5 was burning...
But anyway, from song 8 you dont have too much to expect...

But then again, as somebody said, lets hear that ronnie nails it, keith was on fire, mick..etc, etc

cheers!



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2007-07-21 02:16 by alvaro77.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: stones_serb ()
Date: July 21, 2007 02:20

alvaro77 Wrote:
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> monkeyman07 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------

>
> Somebody questioned if the tour is a bore....well
> maybe, this is the answer, almost for this
> b-countries....
> I can remember the excitement in the first 3 - 4
> nights, the f5 was burning...
> But anyway, from song 8 you dont have too much to
> expect...
>
> But then again, as somebody said, lets hear that
> ronnie nails it, keith was on fire, mick..etc,
> etc
>
> cheers!

The Rolling Stones tour can never be boring.It's analysing setlists that can get boring.When you are at the show and enjoying yourself you certainly don't whine about the lack of diversity in the setlists.As long as the band can blow away everyone in the crowd who cares about the setlist.Of course there are so many songs that I'd like to hear but I am more than happy with what I got at the two ABB show I've been to.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: alvaro77 ()
Date: July 21, 2007 02:36

stones_serb Wrote:
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> alvaro77 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > monkeyman07 Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
>
> >
> > Somebody questioned if the tour is a
> bore....well
> > maybe, this is the answer, almost for this
> > b-countries....
> > I can remember the excitement in the first 3 -
> 4
> > nights, the f5 was burning...
> > But anyway, from song 8 you dont have too much
> to
> > expect...
> >
> > But then again, as somebody said, lets hear
> that
> > ronnie nails it, keith was on fire, mick..etc,
> > etc
> >
> > cheers!
>
> The Rolling Stones tour can never be boring.It's
> analysing setlists that can get boring.When you
> are at the show and enjoying yourself you
> certainly don't whine about the lack of diversity
> in the setlists.As long as the band can blow away
> everyone in the crowd who cares about the
> setlist.Of course there are so many songs that I'd
> like to hear but I am more than happy with what I
> got at the two ABB show I've been to.


Hi stones_serb, well i was in madrid, second row, the only one gig for me this tour, and believe me, some songs need a rest. I mean, for me ADL, MM, SAWY, where the songs i went to see. I didnt need another rendition of Miss you, or SFTD, even one of may favourite warhorses HTW (and IORR) sonded tired. The only warhorses standing well this tour are, as i saw in madrid, TD and JJF.And i was very dispointed with no abb songs (a good enough album for me), i mean, RJ instead of MY, SOL instead of YCAGWYW, back of my hand instead of, well almost anything!!!! and ONNYA instead of any of the b-stage...thats a abb tour. I found myself in a 40 licks tour, even BTB (with ASMB, SOM, OOC..) was more thrilling....

But then again,just my opinion here, dont wanna taliban-ize anything, jejejejej

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: doubledoor ()
Date: July 21, 2007 02:52

I remember feeling the tired of warhorse feeling this is boring once during HTW, only to look around and realize the audience was at their highest level of frenzy of the night. What the hell do we know

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: stones_serb ()
Date: July 21, 2007 02:57

Well,I understand you perfectly well.You got to see The STones many times and you are tired of the same old setilist.
I have seen The Sones only twice because I live in a country which had a lot of problems in nineties and it still has.Unlike other Europeans,I need visa for entering every EU country because apparently EU discriminates several Balkan countries.That's one of the reason I missed tonight's show because my passport is not with me but at one of EU's country's ammbassy waiting to get visa stuck on it.
So warhorses don't sound stale to me.In fact I loved them more than All down the Line which I got to hear in Belgrade.

People who have seen Stones many times shouldn't complain.They just don't know how lucky they are.I understand why they are tired of The Stones but still they should appreciate everything that they boys have given to us.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: alvaro77 ()
Date: July 21, 2007 03:14

Dobledoor, i found mysel in the same situation in satisfaction, i was in second row,
this means far away from the b-stage, i heard the (kinda sloppy this time) riff, and i said, here we go again...an then look around me and observe that everybody that dont give a shit on MM (brutal extended slide by ronnie) were dancing and jumping even my girlfriend (a romanian girl, stones_serb, i know what you mean.), first timer, did it....so WTF, i had a picture of that exact moment, i will remember forever, because i was thinking, this is a F·%$& stones concert and the people is enjoying, so lets enjoy....but was kinda lie...

And stones_serb, i just cant believe that you preffer this SFTD better than a no so tired ADTL. Or MY (no kidding?) better than MM, or this version of IORR (they have to consider stop playing it or do it with a little more enthusiasm...) than sway.they ARE warhorses, but no so played, im not talking about playing dear doctor, or SBA, or thieft in the night.....



The again, my opinion.

Cheers!

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: stones_serb ()
Date: July 21, 2007 03:27

Well IORR was not all that great.I agree on that.They could have replaced it with something better.

I surely wish I had a chance to hear Sway or As tears go by but unfortunately all those gems don't get played when The Stones visit some city for the first time.However it was awesome hearing Heartbreaker which came totally out of the blue amid all those warhorses.

Last year in London I got to hear She's so cold and it was definitely one of the show's highlights.My point is that the stones still do a great job with warhorses it's just that some fans are naturally tired of them after hearing them a lot of times.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: mistress ()
Date: July 21, 2007 05:02

Just back from the show. Went for a drink to the Stones Hotel with my girlfriend. Saw Michael Cohl and the backup band and had a really expensive mineral water...

Show was great. Gates opened at around 17.45 because of the hot weather and that was really a good idea. There was not FOS area, just GA but I we were amongst the first people to run into the stadium and we actually ended up first row on Ronnie's side. It was very hot, but as Gazza correcty said, not as unpleasant as Bucharest. The Hungarians were prepared and handed out free water (not in bottles, but in little plastic bags). So everyone had something to drink or to spray around...the result was a water battle, everyone was soaked and in a great mood. Soon afterward the fire fighters started making us even more wet...and everyone loved it. Show started of very fine with SMU, continued with a very well received You Got Me Rocking and then Keith struggled to start Rough Justice. Actually, he @#$%& it up completely and they had to restart the song. Ruby Tuesday was very nice to hear, but I had wished for another song. Hate those 18 songs warhorses setlist.

I'm already so tired of Miss You, IORR, Satisfaction, HTW... Keith struggled on a couple of songs today, but the crowd was very enthusiastic and I really had a lot of fun, so I wasn't really bothered by the mistakes that much. He at least finally got the intro to Brown Sugar right...and the song really took of after a while! Ronnie had a very good night, by the way. Excellent solos and overall great guitar work. Well, so the rest of the show was very enjoyable, some great performances, especially MR and JJF. I just really wish they'd shake up the setlist more.

--Lorenz



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2007-07-21 05:03 by mistress.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: crazy pirate ()
Date: July 21, 2007 10:57

doubledoor Wrote:
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> 18 songs seems to happen when they hit the YCAGWYW
> -Midnight Rambler extended Daily double. Concert
> clocks out about the same.


Both songs last year in stuttgart, but we had a show with 20 songs!

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: arizojp ()
Date: July 21, 2007 10:59

Photos NOL.hu / Kovács Bence







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Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Koschi ()
Date: July 21, 2007 11:00

Good show, some mistakes - who cares? Security was great - free icecream, free water.

Finally got to hear Ruby Tuesday.







Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2007-07-21 11:05 by Koschi.

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: July 21, 2007 11:07

Did he tried to swallow his harmonica ?



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Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: toomuchforme ()
Date: July 21, 2007 11:11

terrific pics !! thanks a lot. The crowd seems so happy !

Re: Budapest show setlists and reports
Posted by: Adi Tyler ()
Date: July 21, 2007 11:16

mistress Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Just back from the show. Went for a drink to the
> Stones Hotel with my girlfriend. Saw Michael Cohl
> and the backup band and had a really expensive
> mineral water...
>
> Show was great. Gates opened at around 17.45
> because of the hot weather and that was really a
> good idea. There was not FOS area, just GA but I
> we were amongst the first people to run into the
> stadium and we actually ended up first row on
> Ronnie's side. It was very hot, but as Gazza
> correcty said, not as unpleasant as Bucharest. The
> Hungarians were prepared and handed out free water
> (not in bottles, but in little plastic bags). So
> everyone had something to drink or to spray
> around...the result was a water battle, everyone
> was soaked and in a great mood. Soon afterward the
> fire fighters started making us even more
> wet...and everyone loved it. Show started of very
> fine with SMU, continued with a very well received
> You Got Me Rocking and then Keith struggled to
> start Rough Justice. Actually, he @#$%& it up
> completely and they had to restart the song. Ruby
> Tuesday was very nice to hear, but I had wished
> for another song. Hate those 18 songs warhorses
> setlist.
>
> I'm already so tired of Miss You, IORR,
> Satisfaction, HTW... Keith struggled on a couple
> of songs today, but the crowd was very
> enthusiastic and I really had a lot of fun, so I
> wasn't really bothered by the mistakes that much.
> He at least finally got the intro to Brown Sugar
> right...and the song really took of after a while!
> Ronnie had a very good night, by the way.
> Excellent solos and overall great guitar work.
> Well, so the rest of the show was very enjoyable,
> some great performances, especially MR and JJF. I
> just really wish they'd shake up the setlist
> more.
>
> --Lorenz


Hey guys! Did you make a "love you ronnie" poster this time? tongue sticking out smiley
Im glad you enjoyed the show. Its cool they did Ruby Tuesday, imo at least

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