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Reply to "Finn's @ Tabac night three"

I attended both the first and the third shows and they were very satisfying. Last night was not as energectic but there was more emotional impact. Tim, in particular, gave stirring performances on "Luckiest Man Alive" (again, to the obvious enjoyment of his wife) and "Won't Give In" - which he introduced as a "wedding song". There was a lovely moment when the lights were turned out for "Disembodied voices". Overall , it was the same 16 songs, which Neil commented on as "16 songs in 10 days, not bad" (writing or practicing, I'm not sure). Probably the strongest single contender would be "Gentle Hum" but there are several other very good tunes (already sounding familiar after two listens). The crowd was larger last night - easily a hundred. Sean Fitzpatrick, ex-All Black captain made a grand entrance about two or three songs into the set. Overall impression - there's plenty of great music left in the Finn brothers and what a privilege to live in the same town and be able to see these songs first delivered.
    All times London, UK.

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