Robyn Hitchcock Deni Bonet
Concert appearance: Sat., 25 Mar. 1995
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania US
(early) setlist possibly incomplete/inaccurate
De Chirico Street
Arms Of Love
I Something You
Man With A Woman's Shadow
So YouThink You're In Love
Raining Twilight Coast
The Yip Song
I Am Not Me electric
Never Stop Bleeding
Zipper In My Spine
Only The Stones Remain
I may have missed a few here since I did not write anything down during the
show. Deni Bonet played
violin on a few of the songs on each set including "Arms of Love" and "Never
As noted before, his stage shirts are getting more "colorful" these days. The
fan shirts were both $15.00.
One was black with Robyn's name and picture on the front. The second shirt
had a drawing for "Man with
a Woman's shadow." For anyone looking to talk to Robyn and never bothering
(like I had before) Do It!
He's real nice, friendly, did the handshake thing and even signed my Element
of Light CD insert (now I
can't sell it when I get the reissue) I asked what he would be playing and
he said ": what do you want to
hear" Wow! Not to pester him I did not ask for anything (OK, Zipper in my
Spine ) because I rather he
play what he wants, and judging by the 2 almost different sets, he did. The
chat was comfortable, about the K
records single, Maxwell's in Hoboken, Duplicate signatures, and that was it.
A very nice guy.
He walked on stage with a cigarette lit, asked for an ashtray, made some
comments about not wanting it
back and stating he never walks on stage with a cigarette. Then he introduced
"Satellite" as "I never walk
on stage with a cigarette."
The openers, Deni Bonet and band played around 5 songs. Jill Sobule was very
good and told me her new
record will be out in a month. Both her sets were varied and well worth
seeing (and taping). I won't give
her set away as it is worth seeing without knowing the set.
Robyn is scheduled to be on 88.5 WXPN at 1 PM today (March 26) in the
Philadelphia area on the World
Cafe, which is syndicated. There are 2 shows tonight at 7:00 and 9:30. It's
also worth getting dinner
reservations to secure a good spot there as it holds only 105 people.
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