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Thursday, October 28, 2021


The Waterboys: 2011-08-13 - Festival du Chant de Marin, Port de Paimpol, Paimpol, France

See the setlist at setlist.fm2011-08-13 - Festival du Chant de Marin, Port de Paimpol, Paimpol, France
Mike Scotth - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Wickham - Violin
James Hallawell - Keyboards
Marc Arciero - Bass
Ralph Salmins - Drums
Melvin Duffy - Guitar
  1. If I Can't Have You
  2. All The Things She Gave Me
  3. Intro to Rags
  4. Rags
  5. Strange Boat
  6. Band introduction
  7. Glastonbury Song
  8. Intro to A Girl Called Johnny
  9. A Girl Called Johnny
  10. The Whole Of The Moon
  11. The Raggle Taggle Gypsy
  12. Do We Choose Who We Love
  13. When Ye Go Away
  14. Be My Enemy
  15. Fisherman's Blues
  16. Don't Bang The Drum
  17. Final Jam

From the included text file:

It was a pleasure to see The Waterboys here in France.

For an outdoor venue, the sound was very good, and the audience very respectful.

Mike mention that the song "A Girl Called Johnny", one of their very first hit, has not been performed for 25 years and with the exception of Mike and Steve, none of the band has ever played it before.


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1995-03-13 - Adam Smith Centre, Kirkcaldy, Scotland
Mike Scott - Vocals, Guitar, Piano/Keyboards
  1. Bring 'Em All In
  2. Wonderful Disguise
  3. The Return Of Pan
  4. One Of Many Rescuers
  5. City Full Of Ghosts (Dublin)
  6. When Ye Go Away
  7. Sensitive Children
  8. The Big Music
  9. Ever To Be Near Ye
  10. Accentuate the Positive
  11. Glastonbury Song
  12. Love Anyway (cut)
  13. She Is So Beautiful
  14. Trumpets
  15. The New Life
  16. Karma
  17. The Pan Whitin
  18. Edinburgh Castle
  19. What Do You Want Me To Do
  20. Fisherman's Blues
  21. The Whole Of The Moon
  22. Spirit
  23. Long Way To The Light
  24. Building The City Of Light
  25. Behold The Sea
  26. Don't Bang The Drum

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