Kaya x Satsuki Coupling Tour

Discussion in '+schwarz stein+' started by Manneking, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. Xanadu -member- -member-

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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:18 am

    The Chanson record is part of a photobook for his "Cafe Noir" lives, and since it has a huge "Not for Sale" and "Present CD" on it, I guess that's the only way to get it.

    I mostly wanted it because it has liverecordings, he finally needs a livealbum.
     
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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:16 am

    My daughter attended the Paris concert last night and was very unimpressed by Satsuki's performance. She said it was silly rock-n-roll and you'd expect better coming from Rentrer en Soi's former vocalist. She loved Kaya's performance, he's such a born performer anyway. She also said it was hard believing he was actually a man, because everything in him is SO feminine, his voice even. Since it was a small venue and a small crowd, they shook hands with all present at the end. Nice.

    Strangely enough, he did no chanson. Was he afraid he'd sound ridiculous in front of a French audience? ::erm::
     
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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:42 am

    Well, Satsuki's songs were a bit on the repetetive side, but at least he tried his best here - not the easiest thing to do when he has Kaya getting on stage before he does.
    Did he sing a french song at the Paris live? Because he did a german one in cologne....

    I think Kaya might hold back on his chansons because they weren't that well received - I didn't see any on the setlist, even if he picked some real nice ones for the liverecording that he's selling as merchandise.
    And he already asked the fans on twitter what they wanted him to sing, but I haven't seen anyone wishing for a chanson.
    And I agree with it being hard to believe he's a guy - we saw him entering the venue, and his whole body looked really feminine as well, even when he was wearing a coat.
     
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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 10:00 am

    No, he did no French song, but then if nobody requested any, it's hardly surprising, all the more so as he has so many songs to choose from. :cool:
     
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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 10:19 am

    I was referring to Satsuki with the german song, he was the one who did that. Kaya stuck to his own songs, sorry for being a bit unspecific.
     
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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 10:32 am

    Kaya doesn't really mix his own songs and chansons in Japan, so I'm not surprised that he doesn't sing chansons in Europe. He seems to view his Cafe Noir events as separate from his regular lives.

    BTW, he had the Schwarz Stein live DVD as merchandise in London, but it was £60, so if you want it make sure to bring enough cash. :P ::cred::



    @Xanadu: sorry for OT-ness but I was wondering if you're planning to see D in Germany?
     
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    Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:07 pm

    I think most people were happy he didn't play chansons, I think I'm in the minority for liking them.

    That was the most expensive merch he had I think, but then again it was 5500 on Hora's website as well.


    @Geisha: I hope I can go, yes, but I don't know which one yet - it depends on how I can get a free day of my job.
     
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    Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:04 am

    flowersofnight wrote:
    Yeah, everytime I go to a concert in Poznan, after the gig I just wait somewhere in the railway station for the first morning train home. It's about 6-7 hours wait so... You just sleep here and there with other waiting fans. I imagine it's quite a view for "normal" passengers... ::k::

    Concert was really awesome, in fact the best J-rock concert I attended. I have some crappy pics if someone is interested.
    The only bad thing was that as Poland was one of the last stops for the tour, alost all the goods were gone... ::hora::
    I just managed to grab Satsukis Moon Spiral an Schwarz Stein new CD. There was also the DVD but it was SUPER EXPENSIVE, and as I've already seen the footage online and didn't like the quality, I let it go.
     
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