Best Buy Broadcast

Postby mudspoke on 08 Aug 2008 03:12

It's 11:13 and they are repeating the last three songs on BestBuy.com/ThePolice.

Audio is better.
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Postby BarkingDogSoundtrack on 08 Aug 2008 03:12

King of Pain - So Lonely - Every Breath You Take ... no Next to You, unfortunately...
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Postby juleverde on 08 Aug 2008 03:13

Anything??? Anything at all from the text mules??
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Postby johnnyjumpstart on 08 Aug 2008 05:41

after every breath they came out for next to you
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Postby BarkingDogSoundtrack on 08 Aug 2008 11:57

We didn't see "Next to You" on BestBuy.com. I thought that they showed the three songs, then the band played their final song or encore but it was not braodcast.

When they finished "Breath," they didn't join hands at the front of the stage and bow together, so we believed that the rest of the show was still to come ... but only for those at MSG, not us watching online.
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Postby swami on 08 Aug 2008 23:10

Boy, Stingo's voice was certainly shot.
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Postby sockii on 08 Aug 2008 23:12

[quote="swami"]Boy, Stingo's voice was certainly shot.[/quote]

It was odd because I don't remember him sounding at all that rough during the show itself...perhaps the power of the live mix in the auditorium vs. the soundboard sound on the broadcast?

He sounded *amazing* Sunday night in Holmdel, which I still think was the tightest show of the tour that I heard, but I wouldn't be surprised if by the end of that long week of so many shows he was a bit shot vocally.
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Postby samburusunset on 09 Aug 2008 05:22

Yeah, I don't recall him sounding that garbly, either. Considering it was "The End" maybe it was hitting him that this was the last time he was playing their biggest hit with Stew and Andy and he was verklempt. It probably didn't help that he sang every night this past week. Plus the audio was coming across kind of crappy on my 'puter.


REALLY cool seeing 'Ol Flaggy up on stage. Stewart was so happy and proud when he walked out with Flaggy and held him up for everyone in the arena to see. :D
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Postby AnyOther on 09 Aug 2008 10:45

I had the impression from the shaky streaming video that Sting was trying to sound as he did in the early days....
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Postby DirtyMartini on 09 Aug 2008 19:30

Yep, I don't remember him sounding that rough at all either. But we also had a few thousand people singing along amplified by the Garden in our ears at the time.


[quote="samburusunset"]REALLY cool seeing 'Ol Flaggy up on stage. Stewart was so happy and proud when he walked out with Flaggy and held him up for everyone in the arena to see. :D[/quote]

Heheh. Yay. I only wish the BB broadcast had cut to the stage earlier and caught him carrying it on stage and showing it off to the folks.
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Postby Maud138 on 09 Aug 2008 19:40

[quote="DirtyMartini"]Heheh. Yay. I only wish the BB broadcast had cut to the stage earlier and caught him carrying it on stage and showing it off to the folks.[/quote]

I have a bit of that. Here's a link of my vid of the shaving of Sting, but I switch to Stewart as soon as someone yells: "Stewart's got the flag!"
It is not much because of all the excitement I'm not paying any attention to the camera :?
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Postby DirtyMartini on 09 Aug 2008 19:48

It's more than I've seen yet, though, Maud -- thank you! I'm loving all the excited screaming from you guys as much as seeing the flag on stage!
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Postby BongoBoy on 09 Aug 2008 23:22

That's great !

did you see from the Bestbuy footage of So Lonely, "welcome to the Stewart Copeland show"...it's starts on a close up of the Flag.

Legendary.

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Postby tamalynx on 09 Aug 2008 23:47

Maud, your video really captures the moment, thanks for that I haven't seen any of Stewart with the flag before yours. LOVE it.
BB I was DYING watching that part of So Lonely on the webcast. I'm like, who's behind that camera, they zoomed in on FLAG!!!! Awwwww!
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Postby Ramuthra on 10 Aug 2008 18:19

Did anyone record this?
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