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Lauper, Cyndi - 06/17/2005, Casino Rama, Orillia, Ontario, Canada, 2 CD, AUD, A, 88 min.


01. Shine *
02. Change Of Heart
03. Stay
04. All Through The Night
05. She Bop
06. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
07. I Drove All Night
08. Sisters Of Avalon %
09. True Colors
10. Sally's Pigeons (a capella) #
11. Money Changes Everything

Encore

12. At Last
13. Time After Time
14. Girls Just Want To Have Fun

Total playing time: 87:49

* a couple of sound dropouts on master, at 2:39 and 2:48. Sorry!
% different arrangement than usual performance.
# by request.

This is the first night of a 2 night run at Casino Rama.

Lineage: Sony ECM MS-907 -> Sony MZ-R70 -> Cool Edit -> WAV -> FLAC Level 8 -> CDR
 

TAPERS NOTES:

Show taped from 4th row, dead center. A few chatters and clappers nearby, but minimal interference. Recording came out very well. Show was either sold out, or near sold out (5000 seating capacity).

Show is about 88 minutes long, but was not tracked into 2 discs. If you need to burn to 2 audio discs I would recommend splitting at Sisters of Avalon or True Colors.

Shine had a nice long music intro that was new to this tour. Sisters of Avalon has a different arrangement than usual, I saw her the following 2 nights as well and she went back to the 'normal' live version. Sallys Pigeons was done a cappella by request. Fans were yelling for many songs spanning her whole career, and she chose to do Sallys Pigeons.

Someone yelled out for She Bop about 15-20 minutes after she had played it. Cyndi makes the comment "We already played it, didn't you recognize it?". Big laughter. During Girls Just Want To Have Fun makes a positive comment towards Canada and states that "You aren't run by some crazy guy from Texas!". After At Last someone yelled out "That was beautiful, you should put it on your next album". But, At Last was the title (and first track) on her 2003 release.

These are some of my recollections from this show, it was a great night. Shorter set than shows done on the 2004 tour, but still very enjoyable.


 

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