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Canterbury Cathedral set-list – 18 December 2010
Ian Anderson, Florian Opahle, David Goodier, John O’Hara, Scott Hammond Copyright 1951-2561 ELECTROCUTAS.COM ELECTROCUTAS.COM is a registered trademark
Arrangements disrupted by weather.
Special guest Greg Lake arrived just in time for the show having missed soundcheck.
Anna Phoebe stuck in Berlin and Gavin Esler (guest reader) required at the BBC.
Florian made it from Germany in the early hours after long delays.
Band stuck in Canterbury after the show, had to book last minute hotel.
Show sold out, but a lot of fans also defeated by the weather. Excellent concert though.
Life Is A Long Song
We Five Kings (accompanied by the Canterbury Cathedral Lay Clerks Choir)
Jack In The Green
Reading by Ian Anderson from Sir Walter Scott’s ‘Marmion’
In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
A Christmas Song
‘A poem by a member of the Yorkshire Gentry’ read by Matthew Butler, Chief Executive of the Canterbury Gift
Another Christmas Song
Bach’s Prelude in C Major
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Reading by Ian Anderson from Luke 2:14
I Believe In Father Christmas (with Greg Lake)
Bach’s Toccata & Fugue in D minor (started by Dr David Flood on the Cathedral organ, finished by Florian Opahle)
Lucky Man (with Greg Lake)
Prayer read by Revd Dr Edward Condry
My God! (Different flute ending)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman (accompanied by the Canterbury Cathedral Lay Clerks Choir)
Aqualung (orchestral version, with Dr David Flood on the Cathedral organ)
Locomotive Breath (acoustic guitar intro)
Thick As A Brick (finale only)
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