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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. Donegan's Gone
11. Boom, Like That
12. Speedway at Nazareth
13. Telegraph Road
14. Brothers In Arms
15. Money For Nothing
16. 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 ? 16
Oho, ima znanih ovdje :) See you there!
Cant wait for his concert! I bought the ticket in february! I hoped he would do concert in zagreb since he was there 2 times but i dont mind traveling to ljubljana to see the master at work !
Bit ce tamo vise Hrvata nego Slovenaca... vidimo se!
Gdje se u Hrvatskoj mogu karte kupiti za koncert?Koliko stane ljudi u Tivoli?
Be there or be square! BTW: anybody know how to get a camera inside?
see u all croatians in ljubljana on MK!!!!!!!
Looking forward to the concert a LOT!!!
Hope to see some more fans from Croatia coming to Slovenia for the show.
see you in ljubljana
Bilo je fantastično.najbolji koncert na ovim prostorima u zadnjih nekoliko godina.
very nice show,sultans should have been later in the setlist anyway the recording of the evening went great.I just listen to it;)
I have waited 20 years (not very patiently) for this concert, and I was rewarded for all the waiting. Everything was fantastic, apart from the fact that Ljubljana should finally get a decent concert hall. I misse "Going home"....
koncert je bio skoro pa perfektan,jedini minus je sto je moj autobus kasnio na koncert,to prevozniku Ziga turs nikad necu oprostiti,ali uhvatio sam pola koncerta.Bolje ista nego nista.Vrijedi doci i zbog jedne pjesme.Publika je mogla biti malo zesca,ona sa tribina.Ovo je prvi put da su mi na nekom velikom koncertu bez problema dozvolili da unesem fotoaparat,pitam se kakvu strogocu izigravaju redari u Beogradu?Pozdrav svima,i nadam se da cu uspjeti bar jos jednom da uzivo odslusam zivu legendu Knopflera i co.Pozdrav
Really great concert. Telegraph road was excellent! But he didn't play Local Hero ... Mark rules!
Koncert was perfect! Telegraph road was his best song!
Nice concert, it was perfect.. It would be better if he played local hero for the end of the concert.
Fantastic concert! Guys played great, especially Glenn, Richard and of course Mark. The sound was just right, almost perfect. Clear, not too loud, well balanced except for a few details mentioned in the other review. Boom Like That was the rockiest song in my opinion. Probably because it came after the 'slower' part of the set with Mark sitting in the chair and because it's still fresh. I'm kind of sad they didn't play Our Shangri-La as the ending song. But I'm glad they did play Donegan's Gone which sounded really good. The venue was full and people were pretty excited. From what I read on Guy's online diary the whole band had a great time as well. This was their first concert after 4 days off and they did seem fresh and excited to play again. Come back soon!
Jedan od najboljih koncerata na kojem sam bio a bilo ih je. Odlican sound i svirka. Mark je što stariji to bolji!
In case there is any doubt in your mind: the guys were AMAZING !!! Seriously AMAZING. Laying all my exhilaration aside for having seen the fingers behind all those songs that I loved since I was in the elementary school, and heard the sound that I knew so well from all the DS and MK records, it was an AMAZING event. First, the sound was SUPERB. It got a bit loud in the second half, but that's a price I'm willing to pay for a good view in the second row. The bouzouki on Bonaparte intro was a tad too quiet, other than that it was perfect in my opinion. Second, the performance was ranging from moving to euphoria enticing and back. I was almost moved to tears at times and I haven't cried in more than 10 years. Still no luck, but came close :-). I have to seriously complement Guy, Glenn and Matt on backvocal singing ability. I admired it even back in DS days (Guy, Alan and John, of course), but seeing it live, it's more than commendable. They're doing a terrific job at it. I don't know how it was before Danny stepped in on drums, but he plays some seriously heroic stuff one moment and then tones down to intimate and moving the next. My kudos to him, serious ones. Richard is one of more amazing performers I've ever seen. Immaculate guitar playing and smooth stage moves. You couldn't dislike him even if you wanted to. His music skills are extraordinary. My friend informed me he's played in Ljubljana before with Gambetta and I was so sorry I had to miss that one. Matt is one amazing guy. He has the aura of an Irish pub musician around him (don't tell him, if he's not Irish :-)). He brings a great spirit to the show with a slightly mischievous attitude (only slightly) and, of course, amazing playing. He's fun to watch and good to hear. Though the piano sounded slightly harsh in my opinion. Glenn is an outstanding bass player and gets another couple of brownie points for not dropping his week's worth of slap exercise on us during the drum break. Make that a hundred brownie points, because I didn't hear a single slapped note. I seriously appreciate that! Finally the guitar maestro himself was wonderful. I definitely love it, how he doesn't assert himself with an attitude, but boy does he assert himself with guitar playing and, more importantly, songwriting. It's good that he misses a note now and then as to make us mortals not want to give up playing completely. I hope he's not sensitive about it :-). Audience for sure was not. In the bottom line, it was one of the most memorable concerts we had the pleasure of hearing and seeing in Slovenia (an experienced concert going muso friend of mine said only Sting came close). Sound, performance and song choice were as near to perfection as was humanly possible. I would rate it a 100% success and you may freely let my opinion influence your assessment of the gig. It was wonderful to spend the evening with songs and musicians I've come to know and love through the records since I was a kid. It doesn't get much better than that.