Here is my review of the Gig in Montreal.
I found it a very nice concert, good sound, and Mark was in shape.
The great moments were:
Why Aye Man: I think it is a great intro song
What It is even though I prefer the 2001 version
Sultans of swing great as usual
Song for Sonny Liston, this song is incredible in its live version, very crisp and sounds great.
All That Matters was fantastic, great for this type of concert halls, as guy says in his diary.
Telegraph Road was awesome as usual and I especially liked the lighting used.
To finish off a great concert Our Shangri-La, when MK started playing it I new it was the end of the concert, there was no need to play another song, it was just right "the end of the perfect day". Well not so perfect explained further.
Another thing I liked very much is Matt Rollings' Accordeon, I think it added a lot to the songs, and MK's voice was much better than in 2001, it sounded different.
The only thing that didn't make this the perfect day, was the Venue seating arrangement.
Let me explain, I got the most expensive tickets (150CA$ 90€) in presale, and looked for the best places. I got places A1 and A3, which should have been in the front rows, near to the stage, but instead I was on the first balcony. Apparently the numbers are the same on each balcony, and on the floor. When I went to complain before the show started, that there was a mistake, they told me I had the best places, because down near the stage is always too loud, and you have to stretch your neck. Ya sure !!!
I needed binoculars to see MK's fingers on the guitar, and of course I had none. And I did 1300km one way from Nova Scotia to see this concert.
Luckily, once the show started around 20h45, all my anger disappeared, thanks to MK and the band. The concert ended at 23h00 after 2h15 minutes of great music.
Of course, if anybody has pictures or a recording of the show, please contact me.
Here is the setlist as I remember it, if I missed something feel free to correct me.
Why Aye Man
Walk of Life
What It Is
Sailing to Philadelphia
Romeo and Juliet
Sultans of Swing
Done with Bonaparte
Song for Sonny Liston
All That Matters
Boom Like That
Speedway at Nazareth
Brothers in Arms
Money for Nothing
So Far Away
David to my knowledge, Back to Tupelo wasn't played.