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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 12:48 am 
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BJCAshton wrote:
someone asked for the setlist- happy to oblige!


Here it is augmented with the albums on which the track can be found where applicable. A number haven't yet appeared on album. Most of the albums are out of print, but And We Fell Into A Dream is still currently available from the Dream Department Store elsewhere on the site (and a very fine album it is too).

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Opening Video - Enlightenment Engine - Picture House (DVD - features different music track*)
1 This very moment 4.55 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
2 Time travel for beginners 4.12
3 Blue Amorini 5.06 - And We Fell Into A Dream
4 Steamboat in the clouds 5.55 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars*
5 Beatnicks from outer space (original title: I was a Junior Spaceman) 4.08
6 Appollinaire 4.45 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
7 Artifex 5.03 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
8 The raindrop collector 5.07 - And We Fell Into A Dream
9 Beyond these clouds the sweetest dream 3.39
10 The girl on the fairground waltzer 4.44
11 Imperial parade 5.09
12 Transoceanic 4.08 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
13 Sexy Bhudda 5.57
14 Skylark's rise 5.17 - Wah Wah Galaxy
15 My ever gleaming dreamertron 5.50 - Dreamland To Starboard


*Postscript: List slightly amended 11.47pm 10/11 to take into account subsequent comments by Bill and Phil.

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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 1:27 am 
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Personally, I loved that gig... and I've been to a fair few. A heady concoction of media created by BN and I lapped it up.
Having the big screen behind added greatly to the whole experience.
It's the way Bill's material was meant to be shown and heard.

Thank you Bill.

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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 4:46 am 
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Great shots, Zarddy. Thanks for posting them, maaannnn!


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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 8:49 am 
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wonder toy wrote:
Great shots, Zarddy. Thanks for posting them, maaannnn!


Yes, great shots Zarddy - cannot stop thinking about the big screen - the impact of Saturday on me has still not fully come thought - I may have suffered from 'premature evaluation' when I said it was great.

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PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 10:26 am 
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No, it was great, Peter! :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 10:36 am 
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One minor detail regarding the Sheffield concert set list/album track equivalent, outlined in the above thread. Whilst 'The Enlightenment Engine' video can indeed be found on the 'PictureHouse' DVD, the music I played to it at Sheffield can't.
The DVD version contains the original music I created for 'The Enlightenment Engine' video, not the music I used at the Sensoria show. The DVD's music is titled 'The Enlightenment Engine,' (same as the video itself,) and is a very abstract, minimalistic, sound piece.

The music I set to the 'Enlightenment Engine' video at Sheffield is quite different and was created especially for the Sheffield show and does not yet appear on any album or DVD. It is titled 'Happy Realms Of Light.'
A studio version of the piece will be included as a track on the forthcoming 'FANTASMATRON' album.


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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 11:00 am 
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No, it was great, Peter! :wink:


Sorry Bill, I meant to say that it has gone up and up from great in my mind since then. Hyperbole are not enough... etc. :D :D :wink: !

p.s. Just started a little bit of 'underground' work to make sure your Legends DVD reaches all those that it needs to outside the 'walls of Dreamsville' btw.

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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 12:05 pm 
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A great night in all, the slight delay notwithstanding - which was quite painful as I was stood queuing in front of possibly the worst person in the world (now that Bin Laden's dead), no exaggeration. Those who had to listen to her will know what I mean. Thankfully, as soon as the music started it was all instantly forgotten. In fact, that contrast emphasised the transformative beauty of Bill's art - so maybe all of Bill's concerts should start with an obnoxious moron complaining in your ear?
Any hints on who this person might be? I am intrigued by this endearing description. :wink: :lol: If this person was indeed that bad, and there is certainly no reason to doubt you, then they must know it as well. So if naming a name would be considered tacky, perhaps posting a photo might be the more humane thing to do? I don't know why but I find this quite amusing. Not for you Undercoverman, as it must have been very trying indeed. But just in general, we more or less know who Bill's female followers are, and so I am at a loss of who it could possibly be. Let's just say that it doesn't sound like any of the regular Nelsonettes.

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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 12:06 pm 
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Iron Man No. 28 wrote:
BJCAshton wrote:
someone asked for the setlist- happy to oblige!


Here it is augmented with the albums on which the track can be found where applicable. A number haven't yet appeared on album. Most of the albums are out of print, but And We Fell Into A Dream is still currently available from the Dream Department Store elsewhere on the site (and a very fine album it is too).

BJCAshton wrote:
Opening Video - Enlightenment Engine with new music track - Picture House (DVD)
1 This very moment 4.55 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
2 Time travel for beginners 4.12
3 Blue Amorini 5.06 - And We Fell Into A Dream
4 Steamboat in the clouds 5.55
5 Beatnicks from outer space (original title: I was a Junior Spaceman) 4.08
6 Appollinaire 4.45 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
7 Artifex 5.03 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
8 The raindrop collector 5.07 - And We Fell Into A Dream
9 Beyond these clouds the sweetest dream 3.39
10 The girl on the fairground waltzer 4.44
11 Imperial parade 5.09
12 Transoceanic 4.08 - Romance Of Sustain Volume 1 Painting With Guitars
13 Sexy Bhudda 5.57
14 Skylark's rise 5.17 - Wah Wah Galaxy
15 My ever gleaming dreamertron 5.50 - Dreamland To Starboard


Steamboat In The Clouds is also from the album 'The Romance Of Sustain' Volume One: 'Painting With Guitars'.

I'll get mi anorak :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Bill Nelson LIVE at Sensoria Festival - Sheffield
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 12:15 pm 
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Errr, can anyone enlighten/remind me as to which one was 'for dreamers who dream of guitars' please ?


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