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Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby swebla on Sun May 28, 2017 4:15 am

Richard Barbieri will play keyboards with
The Swedish band Lustans Lakejer sept/october.
More news soon
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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby Quiet Visitor on Sun May 28, 2017 9:19 am

I had no idea this band was still alive. Great. I once almost ordered a box collecting all their work, but the shop didn't have a creditcard/paypal-option, so I thought it was too riskful to go for it. :(

Here's a recent interview about the history of the band, with lots of Japan-references: http://www.electricityclub.co.uk/lustan ... interview/
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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby karnsculpture on Mon May 29, 2017 2:25 am

It's not 100% fixed in terms of dates yet, the band are booking venues, I think it's more likely to be Oct/Nov. Spoke to Richard about this on Friday. He will be playing with the band not as a solo performance.
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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby missouriman on Tue May 30, 2017 8:49 pm

Here's a recent interview about the history of the band, with lots of Japan-references: http://www.electricityclub.co.uk/lustan ... interview/

Those early performances really reveal their lack of ability. It sounds like some bad Duran Duran wannabees. Terrible bland keyboard sounds and clattering drums. The bass player must have committed John Taylor's stance and moves to memory.

Glad I never forked out cash for anything by them back then. Sometimes the past is best left alone.
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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby Quiet Visitor on Wed May 31, 2017 7:48 am

missouriman wrote:Here's a recent interview about the history of the band, with lots of Japan-references: http://www.electricityclub.co.uk/lustan ... interview/

Those early performances really reveal their lack of ability. It sounds like some bad Duran Duran wannabees. Terrible bland keyboard sounds and clattering drums. The bass player must have committed John Taylor's stance and moves to memory.

Glad I never forked out cash for anything by them back then. Sometimes the past is best left alone.


Did you actually read the previous posts :?:

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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby karnsculpture on Wed May 31, 2017 12:25 pm

Tickets for Stockholm 21st October are on sale now, other dates to follow. Richard is meeting with the band today.

http://www.ticketmaster.se/event/lustan ... %20Lakejer
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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby swebla on Thu Jun 01, 2017 3:48 am

Dear friends!
We can now confirm that Richard Barbieri will accompany this autumn's "A Place in the Sun" - concerts. Already today, Richard is flying in from London
Tickets for Stockholm Concert 21/10 in the link below.
Malmö 13/10 will be released tomorrow.
Gothenburg 14/10 shortly.
We will play the entire album as well as other classics.
/ LL
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Re: Barbieri tour Sweden

Postby Quiet Visitor on Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:59 am

Richard posted his view on the collaboration on his Facebook-site:
https://www.facebook.com/RichardBarbier ... =3&theater

(Hé, I've got a full-house in the Japan-section; must be a fan. :wink: )
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