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2005/06/02

02/06/2005  London @ Royal Albert Hall  

Royal Albert Hall

Show #62

Tour: Shangri-La (Late February to late July 2005)

Venue: Royal Albert Hall  [ Website ]

Address: Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP, UK

Locate it:   [ See map ]  [ Street view ]

Capacity: 5200 persons   [ Seating map ]

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Setlist

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

Opening part
William Topley's trio (with Luke Brighty and Dora Jackson)

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
10. Rudiger
11. All That Matters
12. Boom, Like That
13. Speedway at Nazareth
14. Telegraph Road

15. Brothers In Arms
16. Money For Nothing

17. So Far Away
18. Our Shangri-La

19. The Mist Covered Mountains/Wild Theme


Lineup

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 ]

Recordings 0

Who was there ? 6

LeeFriend  
03/06/2005
jyb  
28/04/2005
nelly  
16/03/2005
marco  
08/03/2005
see you there! bye, marco
Elin Nordli  
02/03/2005
Tommy Jackman  
28/02/2005

Reviews 3

jyb  
le 06/06/2005
The London show to be : over 2h20 and gracing us with an extended version of "Our Shangri-La"
nelly  
le 04/06/2005
The Royal Albert Hall is a beautifull venue ! The show was awsome as always ! I was seating at the 2nd row so it was wonderfull to be so close ! My eyes and my ears were full of happiness !THAAAAAAANK YOUUUUOUUUU MARK and the band !
LeeFriend  
le 03/06/2005
A great first supporting actor to warm us up, Mark, Guy and the band cam e on 30 mins later, After 'Aye Man, the Fire Straits classic walk of life came on lifting the crowd. Song after song was played to perfection. When Speedway to Naz was played I was in 7th heaven; Mark guitar playing was out of this world. Telegraph road played afterwards to perfection, the best I've ever heard it. Going home was the last song played, finishing a great nights entertainment.I got to see one of my legends play, I'll definately go to see Mark and the band again on their new album tour.Lee Friend