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Paul Weller At The Azkena Rock Festival!


From elcorro.com (translation by google):

On Saturday night lifted the Englishman Paul Weller, a mod yet elegant and enthusiastic in his work that won the fight by U.S. rocker Brian Setzer, who seems content with the styling routine. Weller made about 18 pieces in a bolus intense better than that given by the late last year in Bilbao Live Festival. And not just because Vitoria appear without tummy! His 76 minutes with the intensity struggled for half a minute passed valley, and rebounded to finish. The sound of the godfather of the mods was powerful and left diapers Setzer rockabilly. With her hair dyed blonde and proud opened cane, he sang with onomatopoeia, shook the funk and dance, played guitar with attitude, moved to the mic with the swagger of a dandy, was heard by a band on (the battery liked), perhaps at the time loosens valley to approach the experimental lisergia recovered the 'Start' of the Jam, became ideological 'Wake Up The Nation', the piano singing 'Pieces Of a Dream' by sending stern Peter Gabriel, made smooth soul to Sam Cooke and the final triad gave lessons for the brit-pop today.

La noche del sábado la levantó el inglés Paul Weller, un mod elegante y aún entusiasta en su labor que ganó la pelea al rocker yanqui Brian Setzer, quien parece conformarse con el estilismo rutinario. Weller hizo unas 18 piezas intensas en un bolo mucho mejor que el dado por la tarde el año pasado en el festival Bilbao Live. ¡Y no sólo porque en Vitoria apareciera sin barriga! Sus 76 minutos pugnaron con la intensidad, por la mitad pasaron un momento valle, y repuntaron para acabar. El sonido del padrino de los mods fue poderoso y dejó en pañales al del rockabilly Setzer. Con su pelo teñido de rubio abrió cañero y orgulloso, cantó con onomatopeyas, agitó el funk y el baile, tocó la guitarra con actitud, se movió ante el micro con la chulería de un dandy, se dejó escuchar por una banda sobrada (el batería gustó mucho), quizá en el momento valle se destensó por acercarse a la lisergia experimental, recuperó el 'Start' de los Jam, se tornó ideológico en 'Wape Up The Nation', al piano cantó 'Pieces Of a Dream' remitiendo por adusto a Peter Gabriel, hizo soul suave a lo Sam Cooke y en la tríada final dictó lecciones para el brit-pop actual.

Set List:
The Changingman
Eton Rifles
Push It Along
Blink (And You'll Miss It)
From The Floorboards Up
Into Tomorrow
Peacock Suit
7&3 Is The Striker's Name
Porcelain Gods
STaRt!
Whirlpools End
Fast Car, Slow Traffic
Wake Up The Nation
Pieces Of A Dream
Broken Stones
Moonshine
22 Dreams
Come On, Let's Go
Courtesy Of Learreta

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  1. Can you post this in Spanish?

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  2. He didn`t play the Bilbao BBK Live Festival. It was the Azkena Rock Festival, held in Vitoria-Gasteiz. His set was powerful, short but intense.

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  3. Thanks for the correction.

    Peace and SOUL...

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