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The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

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re: The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

Post by Soupy94 » Sun Jul 31, 2005 6:27 pm

Fabulous photos! Cameras are banned at most concerts today - it's nice to see that Frank doesn't have a problem with this.
Glad all you Brits/Europeans got to see Frank.

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Post by FrontRowMike » Sun Jul 31, 2005 7:10 pm

Thank you Derek, glad you had a great time.
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Post by Arctic » Sun Jul 31, 2005 7:49 pm

derekicr5 wrote:Guys - I've posted 85 of the 199 (Honestly!) photos I took at the Holmfirth gig last night on Yahoo Photos. If you'd like to have a look click on the link below.

http://uk.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/derekh ... DB.acDYFhy

Enjoy!!!
And enjoy i did! Thank you, great shots! Question..one pix, Franks arms are straight up in the air. Can you tell us what made him do that? As told, the crowd was good and loud for Frank, was that one of thoes loud cheers that sparked Franks emotions?
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re: The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

Post by SlightofHand » Sun Jul 31, 2005 9:18 pm

All I can say is Thank You!!.
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Post by derekicr5 » Sun Jul 31, 2005 11:08 pm

Arctic wrote:
derekicr5 wrote:Guys - I've posted 85 of the 199 (Honestly!) photos I took at the Holmfirth gig last night on Yahoo Photos. If you'd like to have a look click on the link below.

http://uk.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/derekh ... DB.acDYFhy

Enjoy!!!
And enjoy i did! Thank you, great shots! Question..one pix, Franks arms are straight up in the air. Can you tell us what made him do that? As told, the crowd was good and loud for Frank, was that one of thoes loud cheers that sparked Franks emotions?

I think it was at the end of "try for Freedom" before Frank went off stage. We were, however treated to an encore of "Free" before Frank finally left the stage after 3hours 15minutes. This show was a unique experience, and you only had to be there to realise that you'd just witnessed something really special. Glad you enjoyed the photos by the way -thanks for your comments. Derek
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re: The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

Post by parky » Mon Aug 01, 2005 3:14 am

the arm raising was at the end of try for freedom, definitely. i had been told by my friend that at the end of the mean fiddler show he raised his arm in acknowledgement of the crowd and left the stage for avi, dave and pete to finish the song.

i truly believe that frank was blown away by the audience on saturday - hence his parting comment at the end of the encore - "you guys rock".

i will be very interested to know how the band feel about the UK dates. they seem (to me anyway) to be a success.

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Post by dlangham » Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:37 am

parky wrote:
i will be very interested to know how the band feel about the UK dates. they seem (to me anyway) to be a success.

cheers

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re: The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

Post by Russgmule » Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:39 am

We arrived at the Drome around 3.30pm after a 2 and a half hour drive and I dropped my wife off outside and went to park the car. When I returned she said " you just missed Frank go in" I was gutted especially as there was nobody else around and had to return home straight after the gig.
Almost three and a half hours of Frank blew us away. A great sound on the night and great choice of material, thanks Frank and thank you so much Parky for those great photo's!
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re: The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

Post by It's me! » Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:39 am

Dale, thank YOU for putting it all together!
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re: The Picture Drome - Review thread - July 30, 2005

Post by jamey » Mon Aug 01, 2005 6:35 am

What an awesome show of support!! Cheers to you all :!: 8)
Great reviews too and awesome pics. Thanks to Parky and Derek
all other Franksters across the Big Pond! I can't believe it- a freakin' ENCORE!!

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