Difference between revisions of "1994-06-01 Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston, TX, USA"

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== Notes ==
== Notes ==
Stabbing Westward and Primal Scream were the support acts.


From the [http://selectmagazinescans.monkeon.co.uk/?p=3715 September 1994 issue of British 'Select' magazine]:  
From the [http://selectmagazinescans.monkeon.co.uk/?p=3715 September 1994 issue of British 'Select' magazine]:  
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Back at the hotel in Houston, in the middle of one of [Primal] Scream's myriad midnight jamming marathons, Denis persuades Super Dave [Gahan] to get his [harmonica] out. Throb strums out the frayed opening chords to 'Sad And Blue' and Gahan's in business, parping soulfully behind the lonesome Gillespie/Johnson duet. It turns out to be a long night.
Back at the hotel in Houston, in the middle of one of [Primal] Scream's myriad midnight jamming marathons, Denis persuades Super Dave [Gahan] to get his [harmonica] out. Throb strums out the frayed opening chords to 'Sad And Blue' and Gahan's in business, parping soulfully behind the lonesome Gillespie/Johnson duet. It turns out to be a long night.
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Here is Daryl Bamonte's entry for the famous Devotional Tour Diary, published in Bong magazine in 1994:
Here is Daryl Bamonte's entry for the famous Devotional Tour Diary, published in Bong magazine in 1994:
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''A security man walked onstage just before the encores with the biggest birthday cake I’ve ever seen. Of course, as I said in Rotterdam, Alan would have another birthday before this tour was out. A monster of confectionery and they STILL had trouble fitting all those candles on… (This year’s party was a little better though…).''
''A security man walked onstage just before the encores with the biggest birthday cake I’ve ever seen. Of course, as I said in Rotterdam, Alan would have another birthday before this tour was out. A monster of confectionery and they STILL had trouble fitting all those candles on… (This year’s party was a little better though…).''

Revision as of 19:45, 16 February 2016

Notes

Stabbing Westward and Primal Scream were the support acts.

From the September 1994 issue of British 'Select' magazine:

Back at the hotel in Houston, in the middle of one of [Primal] Scream's myriad midnight jamming marathons, Denis persuades Super Dave [Gahan] to get his [harmonica] out. Throb strums out the frayed opening chords to 'Sad And Blue' and Gahan's in business, parping soulfully behind the lonesome Gillespie/Johnson duet. It turns out to be a long night.

Here is Daryl Bamonte's entry for the famous Devotional Tour Diary, published in Bong magazine in 1994:

A security man walked onstage just before the encores with the biggest birthday cake I’ve ever seen. Of course, as I said in Rotterdam, Alan would have another birthday before this tour was out. A monster of confectionery and they STILL had trouble fitting all those candles on… (This year’s party was a little better though…).

Set list

  1. Rush
  2. Halo
  3. Behind The Wheel
  4. Everything Counts
  5. World In My Eyes
  6. Walking In My Shoes
  7. Stripped
  8. Condemnation (*)
  9. I Want You Now (*)
  10. In Your Room
  11. Never Let Me Down Again
  12. I Feel You
  13. Personal Jesus
  14. Somebody (*)
  15. Enjoy The Silence
  16. A Question Of Time