Camel Setlist at Lucky & Co, Rijssen, Netherlands. Camel Lucky & Co, Rijssen - Oct 24, 2003 Oct 24 2003. The Who - 2019 Moving On! Tour.
Last year, the band, known for its hot fiddle music and well-crafted love songs, released its latest RCA album, "When It All Goes South," which debuted at No. 4 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and No. 37 on The Billboard 200. In addition to Owen, the band consists of Teddy Gentry, Jeff Cook, and Mark Herndon. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Bass, Vocals – Colin Bass Drums, Percussion – Denis Clément Guitar, Flute, Vocals – Andrew Latimer Keyboards – Ton Scherpenzeel. LIve at Lucky & Co, Rijssel, Netherlands 24th october 2003. Related Music albums to Last Farewell Tour Rotterdam 2003 - Lucky & Co 24th October 2003 by Camel. 2. Toby Hay - Rhayader EP. 3. Camel - A Nod And A Wink. 4. Camel - Golders Green 1977.
Recorded in 2003 and officially released in 2010, this DVD features the first night of the last (ever?) Camel tour. The location is a small club or studio which brings the band close to the small but greatly appreciative audience. With the exception of The Single Factor, Harbour Of Tears and Rajaz, every Camel studio album is represented in the set list. The show opens with a great version of the classic Lady Fantasy from the Mirage album. What follows is a series of good to fantastic renditions of some of the band's most frequently played tunes, quite a few of which were featured on the previous live releases Coming Of Age (DVD and double CD) and Never Let Go (double CD).
Country-Pop Contemporary Country. The American Farewell Tour.
Farewell Tour is the first live album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1983. It documents the group's 1982 Farewell Tour and is a double album set. By the early 1980s, the Doobie Brothers had evolved from the guitar-boogie sound under original band frontman Tom Johnston to a soulful keyboard-driven AOR sound under Michael McDonald. Despite the many personnel changes in the group, Patrick Simmons remained from the original incarnation of the group.
The Kiss Farewell Tour was a concert tour performed by the American group Kiss, four years after they reunited the group's original lineup for a record-breaking Reunion Tour in 1996, "Kiss Alive Worldwide". A follow-up tour in 1998 in support of their then recent release, Psycho Circus, saw lower ticket sales in the United States but did better overseas. Two years after this, the "Farewell Tour" was announced
|1-3||Hymn To Her|
|1-7||Rhayader / Rhayader Goes To Town|
|2-3||Spirit Of The Water|
|2-8||Never Let Go|
- Bass, Vocals – Colin Bass
- Drums, Percussion – Denis Clément*
- Guitar, Flute, Vocals – Andrew Latimer
- Keyboards – Ton Scherpenzeel