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July 23, 2004 - Denmark
Copenhagen - Parken


1. Old Friends
2. A Hazy Shade Of Winter
3. I Am A Rock
4. America
5. At The Zoo/Baby Driver
6. Kathy´s Song
7. Hey, Schoolgirl
8. Wake Up Little Susie (The Everly Brothers)
9. Dream (The Everly Brothers)
10. Let It Be Me (The Everly Brothers)
11. Bye Bye Love (The Everly Brothers og Simon & Garfunkel)
12. Scarborough Fair
13. Homeward Bound
14. The Sound Of Silence
15. Mrs. Robinson
16. Slip Slindin´ Away
17. El Condor Pasa
18. Keep The Customer Satisfied
19. The Only Living Boy In New York
20. American Tune
21. My Little Town
22. Bridge Over Troubled Water
23. Cecilia
24. The Boxer
25. Leaves That Are Green
26. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feeling´ Groovy)

The band (not all members are present at all shows)

Mark Stewart - Guitars, Cello, Saxophone, selfmade instruments
Jamey Haddad - Percussion
Rob Schwimmer - Keyboards, Theremin
Jim Keltner - Drums
Larry Saltzman - Guitar
Warren Bernhardt - Piano
Freddie Washington - Bass

Fans who attended this show

Bjoern Andresen
Morten Rosenberg Panduro
Helle Bak Winther

Review by:

They were incredible. However, I was right in front of them and the sound was horrible - totally echo and muddle. The performances, I could tell, were great, but the promoters committed pure blasphemy by not making sure that this rare possible last chance to see these geniuses was quandered. I would be interested to hear if anyone else had this experience. Still, of course, 3 cheers to Simon and Garfunkel and the Everly Brothers for still being there for us!!!

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Great koncert, many great spine-chilling moments and brilliant arrangements of old classics.
I hope you will be back and play somewhere else than the horrible Parken, which is build for 2 things: Watching soccer and cashing in on large crowds. Impossible for music enjoyment.
Evening was saved by the songs and the great performance. Paul McCartney did an open air concert in Denmark this summer. It did rain, but the sound was a lot better - may that was an idea?!

Review by:

WOW what a concert...

Old Friends/Bookends Theme
A hazy Shade of Winther
I´m a Rock
At the Zoo/Babydriver
Kathy´s Song
Hey School Girl

Everly Brothers:
Wake up Little Suzie
All I have to do is dream
Let it be me

Everly Brothers + Simon & Garfunkel
Bye Bye Love

Simon & Garfunkel
Scarborough Fair/Canticle
Homeward Bound
The Sound of Silence
Mrs. Robinson
Slip sliding away
El Condor Pasa (If I could)
Keep the Costumer satisfied
The Only living Boy in New York
American Tune
My Little Town
Bridge over Troubled Water

The Boxer

Leaves that are green
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin´ Groovy)

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It was certainly a very wonderful concert. A life time experience.

Event though it can´t spoil my fantastic experience, I have to comment that it´s such a shame that the concert were held in ´Parken´, since this place has a horrible acoustic. Too much concrete. Paul Simon commented during the concert that ´I have to say, this is a strange place to listen to music´, and he´s right. I don´t know if he ment acousticly, but that makes is even more strange: the echoes are too plentyful and dominant and they muds the sound terribly.

The only way to get a reasonable sound in ´Parken´ (and to get the best sound at any concert) is to be some 20 meters away and in front of the scene, such that the direct sound is maximal powerful in relation to the echoes, and that the delay of the echo is sufficiently long for one to better ´filter´ the echoes out.

At a earlier Springsteen concert in Parken, being ´fixed´ to my seat too far back, I was totally frustrated, cause it was totally impossible to enjoy the concert. Shame on the promoters that they don´t check these things, and as a minimum at least only sell tickets for the spots where the acoustic is to some degree tollerable.

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Fantastic concert!! I was eleven at the time, and already a fan... We (my family and I) hadn´t got tickets, so we sat right outside at what seemed to be a secret backstage entrance, during the whole concert. We could hear every single word, and it was simply great!!! The sound was very good, though it sounded somewhat strange when they talked. So, altogether, it was a truly great concert.