Back home in Vasa, Finland and I'm trying to recap what I have experienced during the last week
Copenhagen vas my third gig this week. The set list looked like this:
Start Me Up You Got Me Rocking Rough Justice Rocks Off Dead Flowers Ruby Tuesday Can't You Hear Me Knocking I'll Go Crazy Tumbling Dice --- Introductions You Got The Silver (Keith) I Wanna Hold You (Keith) Miss You (to B-stage) It's Only Rock'n Roll (B-stage) Satisfaction (B-stage) Honky Tonk Women (to main stage) Sympathy For The Devil Paint It Black Jumping Jack Flash Brown Sugar (encore
I found the gig to be very good. Almost equal in energy to Gothenburg a few days earlier. I had a seat way back in the stands on Ronnies side and I also had my 5 year old daughter with me so I did not focus on all licks / details / and f*** ups So this gig was for me a relaxing one, just enjoying what was going on and spending time with my daughter and see how she enjoied the gig.
The set list had again a few nice ones that I have not heard in a long time. Especially I enjoyed Dead Flowers and Ruby Tuesday.
Songs done in spot number two to eight was changed a lot in between Helsinki to Gothenburg and on to Copenhagen. That was nice. But then again the end of the set from TD and on was identical in all three gigs. I was hoping to finally get Cloud on the B stage but noup, I have to hope for it in London then.
As I was at the gig with my wife and daughter we skipped the last song Brown Sugar just to get out from Parken before the crowd is getting out. We took a rickshaw outside Parken that took us to a train station closer to the city.
There i spotted a taxi on the other side of the road and it was a green light so we started to cross the street. I spotted a police car with the flash on approaching us from the left. Oups, getting close so we had to run the last part. And what did we get, yess a police car with some ten vehicles going at a nice speed. In one of the cars i saw Ronnie and in another one i saw Blondie
So that was a nice ending of the evening seeing the band going back to the hotel after the gig.
Looking for a complete CD from the show, would like to have one as I was there
In addition to that a DVD would be goldrings to me but especially to my six year old daughter who saw her first Rolling Stones show in Copenhagen. That would be a memory to have for the rest of her life
By the way, she is regularly asking me when The Stones will play again so that she can see them... auwraaait, makes daddy Happy