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Vincent Cavanagh (Anathema): Concertul de la Bucuresti a fost magic

Vincent Cavanagh (Anathema): Concertul de la Bucuresti a fost magic

Intr-un interviu acordat ARTMANIA, vocalul trupei britanice Anathema, Vincent Cavanagh, a vorbit despre concertul unplugged sustinut alaturi de fratele sau Danny si violoncelistul David Wresling la Bucuresti si despre cum s-a simtit in Romania. Potrivit acestuia, concertul din data de 24 mai este unul dintre cele mai reusite din cariera trupei!

ARTMANIA: 1. How did you feel about the acoustic gig from Romania?

VINCENT: I LOVED IT. Every second. It was magical. It was such an amazing surprise to find out 7-800 tickets had sold out in just 2 days without any promotion, just through word of mouth. As soon as I heard that news, I knew we we're gonna have a great night. Its such a wonderful feeling to know you have such fantastic support. It erases any pre-gig nerves so you can relax and just live the music. So, walking out to that reception was breathtaking. It was such a pleasure to have David with us too. He's a fantastic guy, a great friend, very funny! Also he is an amazing cello player. So musically the whole thing worked really well. It was one of my favorite performances ever. Really!

ARTMANIA: 2. Which were the best moments from your stay?

VINCENT: Well, hard to say... so many. For a start just meeting the organizers at the airport and hotel, some of whom have been our friends for 14 years! It was lovely to be among their company, very relaxed, informal and friendly. Meeting up with old friends after the concert for a drink and some stories was great fun. After that I spent a lot of the time with Dave, going through the cello parts for the concert, he is always fun to be around. But I have to say my favorite moment from the weekend was during the concert when we played 5 songs in a row: Shroud of False, Lost Control, Destiny, Inner Silence and One Last Goodbye. The way those songs flow into each other on the piano is really something. Fragile dreams was really good too, and
I really enjoyed singing the beautiful song 'to build a home' by Patrick Watson/the cinematic orchestra. That song is very deep to me, it’s the soundtrack to the best year of my life so far and will always be very special for me.

ARTMANIA: 3. How did it feel to meet with your fans again?

VINCENT: Fantastic! For a kick-off I wouldn't use the term 'fans' I never think of things in that way. I'm an honest open person who likes to meet people and have some laughs. This has always been easy in Romania for a number of reasons, I feel. For a start, everybody speaks fantastic English! Which helps. The level of literacy and intelligence is a cut above most countries I've been to. I get the feeling there is
no barriers between me and the audience. I love that. To be  able to really communicate without any psychological baggage/barriers between us is priceless. For this reason I will always be looking forward to my next visit to Romania. Its only been a couple of days and I miss everyone already. Ah well. We'll get this album finished and come back as soon as we can.


Posted by Admin, at 00:00 |  May 30, 2008  | 10 Comentarii  | 5621 Vizualizari « INAPOI

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  • unklefucker, vorbeai tu cu tine? :))

    1. Posted by Clara | 30 Mai 2008 11:03
  • A fost un spectacol extraordinar. In timpul concertului am avut niste stari ciudate pe care nu mi le pot explica nici acum, am simtit asa o relaxare. Anathema e o trupa fenomen...........
    Log live ANATHEMA!

    2. Posted by Black Rose | 30 Mai 2008 11:12
  • Toti astia care aveti "stari" pe formatia asta de 3 lei....suntei niste EMO. (cautati pe google ce inseamna) frunte cu proasta de Clara

    3. Posted by unklefucker | 30 Mai 2008 14:31
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