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Show #36 : 27/04/2005, Moscow @ State Kremlin Palace  

Venue: State Kremlin Palace  [ Website ]

Address: ul. Vosdvizhenka d.1 Moscow 121019

Capacity: 6000

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(The titles in blue show the differences with the previous setlist)

01. Why Aye Man
02. Walk Of Life
03. What It Is
04. Sailing to Philadelphia
05. Romeo and Juliet
06. Sultans Of Swing
07. Done With Bonaparte
08. Song for Sonny Liston
09. Rudiger
10. Boom, Like That
11. Speedway at Nazareth
12. Telegraph Road

13. Brothers In Arms
14. Money For Nothing

Encores 2
15. So Far Away


Mark Knopfler (Guitars / Vocals)
Guy Fletcher (Keyboards / Guitars / Vocals)   [ Guy's diary ]
Danny Cummings (Drums)
Glenn Worf (Bass)
Matt Rollings (Piano / Organ / Accordion)
Richard Bennett (Guitars)   [ Richard's diary ]

Who was there ? 4

Artyom Tikhomirov  

Reviews 1

Artyom Tikhomirov  
le 28/04/2005
This was Mark's second time in Russia. In Moscow Mark and his band played almost the same set list like in Antwerp on 25.04.05. The only difference was that the set list was shorter because MK and friends played 15 songs instead of 17! So Far Away was the last song of the Moscow show. May be Mark and his friends were a bit tired... But it was good concert anyway. I'm happy that they still play So Far Away in the end of the show like during their first visit to Russia in 2001. I'm longing for the sound of 1980-s! It is great that Mark included Sailing to Philadelphia in the set list. Beautiful song with great lyrics! I liked how they played Money For Nothing this time, more than the version they played in 2001 during STP tour. I would agree with a fan from France or Switzerland who wrote on this web site that Mark was tired of playing Walk of Life. There was no groove in this song this time. As always Sultans Of Swing and Telegraph Road were great. Boom Like That ("song about fast food") was a good rock number too. I wish Mark and friends good concert tonight in St. Petersburg, and hope to see them in Russia again! Artyom (Moscow)