2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

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2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by hydro » Tue May 17, 2011 8:38 am

“I’ve got some advice for old people, you either keep fucking dancing or die.” - Perry Farrell

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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by Mike » Thu Jul 07, 2011 6:56 pm

Dave mentioned on Dark Matter last night that he and the guys were heading off to Portugal today.
Todd is taking some video cameras with him so hopefully we'll get to see some nice footage. :please:
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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by Mike » Sat Jul 09, 2011 10:52 pm

Alive: grandes Jane's Addiction

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Os Jane's Addiction acabam de dar um concerto à parte, sem dúvida um dos melhores desta edição do Optimus Alive! que está a terminar. Em 70 minutos, Perry Farrell foi o actor principal de um espectáculo com uma consistência acima do normal num ambiente de festival de rock.

A banda, como é evidente, não podia passar ao lado da sua história: isto é, os dois álbuns históricos que fizeram que nunca mais se esquecesse o nome dos Jane's Addiction, falamos de "Nothing's Shocking" e "Ritual de lo Habitual" na viragem dos anos 80 com os 90. Por aí passaram algumas das músicas deste concerto - Mountain Song logo a abrir, Had a Dad, Three Days, o gingão Been Caught Stealing, Stop! (acompanhado por uma chuva de papelinhos), Ocean Size (com uma introdução menos electrificada que parece de uma guitarra com água dentro) e, no encore acústico, Jane Says.

Dave Navarro, o mestre da guitarra que tem a descoberto o seu peito tatuado e bem musculado, parece ter todas as soluções no seu instrumento... Tudo o que a música dos Jane's Addiction pedir. O baixo pesadão e o bombardeiro que está naquela bateria de Stephen Perkins completam aquela estrutura sonora de rock vertiginoso.

Perry Farrell, o principal disto tudo, porta-se como uma estrela glam repescada para um sonoridade pré-grunge por aquelas três companhias instrumentistas. Com um guarda-roupa excêntrico, ele é o puto traquinas que representa o papel de um prostitutinheiro que flirta com as duas balarinas de lingerie de serviço, enquanto bebe uma garrafa de vinho do gargalo. Teatraliza o seu lado provocador e mete-se, num português desenvergonhadamente espanholado, com uma das meninas da frente com um «bonita». A acrescentar ao carisma de potencial estrela de cinema rebelde ao estilo de Sean Penn, Farrell é um invulgar cantor com os seus gritos musicados de longo alcance e um performer deslumbrado que dá voltas sobre si próprio enquanto dança em passo de engatatão. Não há dois Perry Farrells no mundo, só um. E é essa personalidade que contribui para a imortalidade da banda.

Todo aquele palco é, aliás, o cenário do pecado. Os Jane's Addiction representam as más companhias que as nossas mães não gostariam que tivéssemos, com o auxílio das duas bailarinas muito eróticas que, desde que apareceram em palco suspensas no ar e a dançar, nunca mais pararam de adicionar aquele elemento hardcore, como comprovam cenas subsequentes de mimos sexuais lésbicos e de danças ousadas ao estilo de strip-tease com duas varetas.

Antes, no Palco Super Bock, os Diabo na Cruz não acusaram de todo a chamada à última da hora, e espalharam a efervescência de um novo Portugal musical. Foram a versão indie dos Gaiteiros de Lisboa, com batidas das duas baterias situadas numa linha invisível entre o punk e o folclore. Foram justamente aclamados, com muita gente a saber de cor algumas das suas canções. Merecido.

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English translation:

Alive: big Jane's Addiction

Jane's Addiction just given a concert party, without a doubt one of the best in this year's Optimus Alive! you are finished. In 70 minutes, Perry Farrell was the lead actor in a show with a consistency higher than normal in an environment of rock festival.

The band, of course, could not pass along its history: that is, the two albums histories that made you never forget the name of Jane's Addiction, we speak of "Nothing's Shocking" and "Ritual de lo Habitual" in with 80 years of turning 90. So have some of the songs of this concert - soon to open Mountain Song, Had a Dad, Three Days, the jig Been Caught Stealing, Stop! (Accompanied by a shower of confetti), Ocean Size (with an introduction that seems less of an electrified guitar with water inside) and the acoustic encore, Jane Says.

Dave Navarro, the master of the guitar that has discovered his tattooed chest and well muscled, seems to have all the solutions on your instrument ... All the music of Jane's Addiction ask. The bass is heavy and the drums bomber Stephen Perkins complete sound structure that steep rock.

Perry Farrell, the principal of it all, behaves like a star glam repescada for a pre-grunge sound for those three companies instrumentalists. With an eccentric wardrobe, it's the pesky kid who plays the role of a prostitutinheiro that flirt with the two Balarin lingerie service, while drinking a bottle of wine from the bottle. Provocative act out your hand and put himself in a Portuguese desenvergonhadamente Spanish, with a girls' face with a 'beautiful'. The potential to add to the charisma of movie star-style rebel Sean Penn, Farrell is an unusual singer with his cries long range to music and a performer who dazzled recoils on himself while dancing in step engatatão. There are two Perry Farrells in the world, only one. And is this personality that contributes to the immortality of the band.

All that stage is, in fact, the scene of sin. Jane's Addiction represent bad company that our mothers would not like if we did, with the help of two dancers very erotic, since appearing on stage in the air and dancing never stopped adding that element hardcore, as proven by subsequent scenes bobo sex lesbians dancing and daring style strip with two sticks.

Before, the Stage Super Bock, the Devil on the Cross not be charged with all the call at the last minute, and spread the excitement of a new musical Portugal. Were the indie version of the Pipers of Lisbon, with beats of the two batteries located in an invisible line between punk and folk. Were justly acclaimed, with many people to learn by heart some of their songs. Deserved.

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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by Mike » Sat Jul 09, 2011 11:04 pm

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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by Mike » Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:00 pm

There are about a half dozen or so really nice pics from this show at the link below.

http://www.monstersandcritics.com/music ... l-Pictures
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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by Mike » Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:30 pm

"The quality of mercy is not strained, it dropeth as the gentle rain from heaven."

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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by Mike » Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:39 pm

Mountain Song

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7xVweMXivM[/youtube]

Stop!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ym7f-_GEw0[/youtube]

Ocean Size

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z3b_XILNq8[/youtube]

Jane Says

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx-QS-HXUZY[/youtube]
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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by hydro » Sun Jul 10, 2011 1:46 pm

WOW! great stuff!! love the pic above!
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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by jenga » Mon Jul 11, 2011 11:52 am

My only recording of the night. I´m a huge fan waitting 20 years to see them here so i was way too busy rocking my ass out!!

They are not the same, but they DID put on a fantastic show!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOfM8XaSEyc

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Re: 2011.07.09 Passeio Martítimo de Algés, Oeiras, Portugal

Post by bman » Mon Jul 11, 2011 12:06 pm

Do you have a Setlist?

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