[KRAFTWERK] Kraftwerk in Sao Paulo
davidliramarques at gmail.com
Sat May 12 19:19:27 CEST 2012
That was my very first concert ever. I've finally managed to see them after
missing an opportunity way back in 2009. I'm very glad I saw them on 3D. I
was also on the FIRST row, right on the fence and on the left side of the
Autobahn was simply the highlight of concert, as on the new arrangements as
on the visuals with that white Beetle. I was also willing to see Computer
Love and I'm happy they played it.
I just think that they would play another song before Music Non Stop and
after Aéro Dynamik - maybe Pocket Calculator! - but as we were screaming so
much for "Boing Boom Tschak", they decided to close the concert.
But anyway, that was amazing!
2012/5/12 YW <youwine at gmail.com>
> Thanks for the quick summary! Happy to hear you're happy :-)
> Sweet dreams!
> On Sat, May 12, 2012 at 9:17 AM, Priscila M. <nakoruru6 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How can I possibly sum up in words what just happened here? They kicked
> > with Man Machine e.g.
> > Robots, Space Lab, Metropolis (!) and Man Machine. They skipped Neon
> > sadly. And then a long
> > version of Autobahn, TEE to name a few songs. I haven't listened to the
> > whole gigs from MoMA yet
> > but TdF sounded especially good.
> > I was on the FIRST row. I was so close to the stage, I had to look the
> > other way the entire time I was waiting
> > for the gig to start. I'd almost cry looking at the consoles and
> > that I never dreamed I could possibly
> > get so close to them. Thanks to Sonar's mess with the voucher swap, I
> > get it right way while other
> > people were standing in line outside. I had moments I just lost it during
> > the concert. It was too much to
> > handle sometimes.
> > Ralf mentioned he was working on the lighting they used at MoMA's concert
> > in an interview here. Basically,
> > from my point of view on the first row they became part of the videos.
> > Because for instance when you have
> > the satellite come forward on Space Lab, it makes a shadow on them and
> > on their consoles as well.
> > Metropolis was breath taking, to see the shadows of the building's
> > on the band members.
> > When I thought I could die happy after hearing these two songs, comes a
> > long version of Autobahn. My
> > reaction to their concert this year was different from my previous two
> > experiences. I did have moments
> > I was jumping up and down with the music like before. But Autobahn made
> > freeze. I felt like crying
> > but I didn't... I couldn't even move. It was too good, it was too much. I
> > was too close to the stage. And
> > it was more than I could have ever ever have dreamed about. To be that
> > close to them, to see them
> > playing. To see a 3D concert. It was more than I expected I'd get to see
> > here in Brazil.
> > So now I'm off to bed to try to get some sleep.
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