A dodgy couple of geezers before last night's show at Le Zenith.
All pictures in this piece taken by DB's musical director, Mark Plati.
And it's amazing...
Last night's second David Bowie show at the Zenith in Paris sounds like it was the one that everyone present will be talking about for some time... which I wish they wouldn't, seeing as how I cancelled my two-day trip to Paris because of the workload here...Boy, am I jealous!
Here's a few of the comments I got this morning:
"FAB gig. Unreal." - Mark Plati
"Unbelievable...these shows were close to magical." - Jerome Soligny
"Last night was one of the best Bowie gigs I ever attended! The whole night was amazing..." - BowieNetter Celine
"I know you'd rather not know because you couldn't be there Blam, but it was an absolutely incredible show!" - BowieNetter Susans
The front row at last night's show...click on the image for a bigger
version on the MBs. Only available to BowieNet members I'm afraid.
Anyway, seeing as the shows were reportedly so good, we have a decent writer on the case in the shape of Jerome Soligny, assistant editor of Rock & Folk and Bowie expert extraordinaire. I'll be posting his report of both Paris shows tomorrow, along with some great shots from BowieNetter Celine. But, in the meantime, enjoy these pictures from last night courtesy of Mark Plati, and drool at the thought of this set from last night's show:
Ashes To Ashes
I Would Be Your Slave
I'm Afraid Of Americans
5:15 The Angels Have Gone
I've Been Waiting For You
Heathen (The Rays)
Speed Of Life
Sound And Vision
Look Back In Anger
Everyone Says 'Hi'
Sandie Shaw, Indie Kid and Old Odd Eyes perform 'Sunday' in Paris last night.
Don't forget to tune in tomorrow for Jerome's marvellous review and Celine's brilliant pictures. Thanx again to Mark Plati for the pictures here today.