Selected Miscellaneous Shows
Sep
15
1988
Toronto, CAHuman Rights Now! (Maple Leaf Gardens)
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jock October 14,2015
Human Rights Now in Toronto, September
I played hooky from work that day as the chance to see Sting and Peter Gabriel back-to-back was just not something I was going to miss. Gabriel opened with the little known "Of these, hope" from the Passion soundtrack. It's haunting brilliance with Shankar on electric violin was the highlight of the afternoon for me. I'm pretty sure that's my ticket stub also. Sting's set was a high energy blend of a few old but mostly new material. Here is the setlist: 1. King of Pain 2. Set Them Free 3. One World - great audience participation 4. Fragile 5. They Dance Alone - at the very end, as it got quite, Tracy added about 3 bars of Walking On The Moon, which got me really psyched, but that was the extent that was played... 6. Fortress Around Your Heart 7. Bring On The night/ When The World is Running Down 8. Little Wing 9. Message In A Bottle
jock October 14,2015
Human Rights Now in Toronto, September
I played hooky from work that day as the chance to see Sting and Peter Gabriel back-to-back was just not something I was going to miss. Gabriel opened with the little known "Of these, hope" from the Passion soundtrack. It's haunting brilliance with Shankar on electric violin was the highlight of the afternoon for me. I'm pretty sure that's my ticket stub also. Sting's set was a high energy blend of a few old but mostly new material. Here is the setlist: 1. King of Pain 2. Set Them Free 3. One World - great audience participation 4. Fragile 5. They Dance Alone - at the very end, as it got quite, Tracy added about 3 bars of Walking On The Moon, which got me really psyched, but that was the extent that was played... 6. Fortress Around Your Heart 7. Bring On The night/ When The World is Running Down 8. Little Wing 9. Message In A Bottle
jock October 14,2015
Human Rights Now in Toronto, September
I played hooky from work that day as the chance to see Sting and Peter Gabriel back-to-back was just not something I was going to miss. Gabriel opened with the little known "Of these, hope" from the Passion soundtrack. It's haunting brilliance with Shankar on electric violin was the highlight of the afternoon for me. I'm pretty sure that's my ticket stub also. Sting's set was a high energy blend of a few old but mostly new material. Here is the setlist: 1. King of Pain 2. Set Them Free 3. One World - great audience participation 4. Fragile 5. They Dance Alone - at the very end, as it got quite, Tracy added about 3 bars of Walking On The Moon, which got me really psyched, but that was the extent that was played... 6. Fortress Around Your Heart 7. Bring On The night/ When The World is Running Down 8. Little Wing 9. Message In A Bottle
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