- Cherry Blossom Road
- Girl With Notebook
- City's Burning
- My Beautiful
- The Dragon
- Top Of The World
- Heavy Sedation
- Get Down Tonite
- No School Today
- God Give Me Strength
- State Of Independence
- Battle Of Evermore
- Crazy On You
Well, to be honest, I can't really remember much of the new stuff, well new
for me, which included Sand, Heavy Sedation, No School Today (after which Ann said "This song used to be funny about 10 years ago.., and Harmony. But I do know that I enjoyed every minute of the show, and can't wait to hear them again to really get a good impression of them.
But, for the others...WOW! What a night, what a feeling, what a sensation
eh? Thank you Lovemongers, for the greatest show on earth!
CBR, wow, this song never was HEAVY, geesh, the percussion by Paula was
simply excellent. That was one of the new additions this week-end. Paula on percussion and Ben on drums made the rocking songs really heavy. You could hardly tell some of the songs were *supposed* to be all acoustic. :) Ann where'd you learn to play bass like that????!!!!
The Dragon, ANOTHER WOW! The song kicks enuff on Nancy's video, but
with Ann on bass, Paula kicking the percussion, and Sue driving the keys in
the background, this song was one of the highlights of the night for me.
The song was just SO HEAVY! You could feel the earth moving underneath
your feet during this one. What was the stick Nancy was using on her axe?
City's Burning...WOW WOW WOW! I think here is the time for me to let this
out. I kinda prefer Heart's heavier, rock'n'roll rock songs, as opposed to
the ballads, but I'm so impressed by Heart, because they've shown they
can rawk just as hard acoustically as they do electrically. City's Burning
acoustic? Some say it could never be done...some are wrong! This song was
perhaps the best IMHO of the night, with "The Dragon" up there too. This
song was SO heavy, it RAWKED ON AND ON AND ON! Nancy, you were excellent
on this! Not to sound repitious, but..Ann, where did you learn to play
bass like that???!!!
My Beautiful.. Frank, this is an awesome song. Love to hear you sing man, now we just need to get Sue in on the act ;) Sue?? ;)
SOS...kewl...wow, Nancy, WTG! I'm glad that most of the set was
Lovemongers stuff, but enjoyed this well performed ABBA cover.
A preview of a possible song for Ann's solo lp, "God Give Me Strength", was
simply enlightening. The power and feeling in Ann's voice sent shivers
down my, and I believe mongers backs that night. "I want him to HURT!"
WOW! UNREAL! A religous experience, pardon the pun ;)
The party got started in full force for "Get Down Tonite", I saw some
dancing goin on! ;)
State Of Independence. Well, this for some reason is 1 of those songs that
touches me deep inside. I tried to sing along during the bridge, "like a
signal from you..." etc..but I was touched by Ann's voice, that I just let
go, and had to pause to dry my eyes. Ann, you are wonderful. Thanx...
The encore of Battle of Evermore. This is a necessary song at every LM
show, and it well deserves its place. When the stagehands brought a
mandolin on stage, I got a bit excited, I think we all knew what they
planned for the encore ;)
COY. Well, Ann was perfect on this 1, nailing every possible note, every
part perfectly. Nancy, kick on girl! :) I believe it was Ann who introduced this song as coming from "The old country". Correct me guys if I'm wrong...
I'd also like to add the atmosphere for the show was great, relatively
small crowd to what I hear was at The Showbox. Non smoking, which also
made it a much more enjoyable experience. Sue even mentioned something in
this same vein afterwards, the smoke being hard on Ann's voice.