CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

July 25 - December 11, 2010. Concert reports, set lists, photos, media coverage, multimedia links, recollections...
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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by TineDoes » Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:37 am

musicmania wrote:Here is my report of meeting Leonard. I will try to get my concerts review typed up this evening sort the photos too. Once I do all that I am looking forward to checking back over all this topic!
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What a great report!! I love how you describe Leonard's reaction. You made your own dream come true. Good on you. Savour the memory.
Where can I see the photo's?
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Post by sandraa » Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:56 am

It's been a real pleasure to read the reviews. Well done to everyone who attended the concerts and to the fortunate few who got to meet him.It's wonderful to see Leonard looking so happy in the video clips.I only hope for a European tour at some stage again.
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Post by sturgess66 » Wed Dec 15, 2010 3:06 am

More video -

Uploaded by "sammi221us" - Thanks!

From December 12th -

"Everybody Knows"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI3HivoK4O4

"Dance Me To The End Of Love"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLlBp1tPRKY
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Post by lizzytysh » Wed Dec 15, 2010 3:35 am

Oh, Gwen... I can't even begin to tell you how happy I am for you for all these phenomenally special moments with Leonard.
Memories such as these will keep your heart warm far into your old age. Blessed be this man. And you in your exchanges with him.


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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by KaimiK » Wed Dec 15, 2010 4:42 am

I don't know that I have words for this "All Things Cohen" weekend, but apparently my 4-year old does. With all of her stuffed animals piled up on her bed, she just informed me that she is, "too busy - we're composing Hallelujah!" And one of her stuffed animals is now named David. :shock: :lol:
You let me sing, you lifted me up, you gave my soul a beam to travel on. You folded your distance back into my heart.
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Post by lizzytysh » Wed Dec 15, 2010 5:00 am

And from the mouths of babes... 8)
so often comes
a deeper level of truth.

I hope Leonard reads your posting one day, Kelsey.

You're right. I know I sure haven't found the words.


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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by LisaLCFan » Wed Dec 15, 2010 6:59 am

I know that I wrote a few words yesterday about the concerts in Las Vegas, because I wanted to try to put into words how I felt. Now that I’ve had another day to let it all sink in, if you all don’t mind, I’d like to say a bit more, and give a few more details as to what stood out for me during those two magical nights.

My feet have yet to touch the ground since seeing Leonard Cohen in Las Vegas! Friday's show was absolutely perfect, the best I have ever seen, truly superb in every way. And then on Saturday, Leonard somehow surpassed even that, giving us the performance of his life. I have never seen him perform with such passion, such intensity, such exuberance, at such an unimaginably high level, throughout each song, each moment. I mean, he is always great beyond words, every concert he most definitely gives his all, but there seemed to be something extra-special in these two performances.

Some major highlights, at least for me, and as I remember them (forgive me if my memory is not 100% accurate, but it was all so thrilling!) from Friday's show are as follows:

"The Future" was electric, Leonard's voice was deep and profound and he growled in just the right places, and moved his body in such a wonderful way, and he even did the "white man dance" with Roscoe this time! It was exciting to watch and to hear this wonderful performance!

"Bird on the Wire" was very poignant, at that point near the end of the song when Leonard and the band go silent just before the last verse, you could have heard a pin drop in the auditorium, there was not a single sound, it was like an empty room, it was almost eerie how totally silent it was for that moment!

"Chelsea Hotel" was so moving and so intense, I think that almost everybody in the place had tears in their eyes, it was magnificent.

Right before "Anthem," Leonard gave a beautiful speech (it can be seen in the gorgeous video by Arlene) in which he thanked all of us faithful followers (so much deeper than fans, as The Man himself said), and that definitely had a lot of us crying! It was touching and beautiful and heartfelt, and I felt immensely privileged to hear Leonard speak such words, and to know that he meant them for me. I only wish that I could have expressed to Leonard my love and appreciation for his work, his efforts, his songs, and his very being, in such an intimate way as he expressed his feelings for us. My cheering and shouts of joy and affection were all that I could offer, and by the smiles that lit up his face throughout both concerts, I think that he got the message!

“Hallelujah” was one of the most intense, moving versions that I have seen, Leonard was completely absorbed in the song, and he took us there with him, it was totally beyond words, and there was a big standing ovation at the end. Incredible!

"First We Take Manhattan" was also a delight, so full of energy and enthusiasm, everyone was on their feet dancing and clapping along! Rapturous joy!

"Famous Blue Raincoat" was stunning, it left me breathless (that happened quite a bit, all the ballads were so intense, I would realise that I had stopped breathing, wanting to be as silent as possible to hear every word and every note).

As for Saturday's show, here’s what struck me most:

Leonard gave us the most incredible "Bird on the Wire" ever, his performance was so passionate, in the silent moment in the song, instead of being silent like the night before, the audience burst into cheers, because it was such a powerful performance, we couldn't wait until the end to show our appreciation! It was sublime!

"Everybody Knows" was absolutely delightful, Leonard was so playful and enthusiastic, he danced and waved his arms and did that "ba-dee-boo" thing slightly off-mic that he has been doing at some of the 2010 shows, and he got a huge standing ovation after that song, everyone was absolutely caught up in the utter joy of Leonard’s performance.

"Waiting for the Miracle" was one of the most electrifying versions of that song that I've heard, and "The Darkness" was also very fabulous. In fact, the whole first set just crackled with energy and passion, you know sometimes the first set is more laid-back, but on Saturday night, Leonard was on fire the whole time!

A bunch of us sang "Passing Through" as Leonard and the women came on stage for the second set, and Leonard sang along for one line, "Tell the people that you saw me passing through!" It was a beautiful moment!

"A Singer Must Die" was so intense, another one of those songs that left me breathless, Leonard’s performance was so passionate and powerful and poignant, he was moving his body with the intensity of it. It was amazing.

In "I'm Your Man," Leonard was cheeky and sexy and the audience went nuts, and I think there was a big standing ovation after that (there were more standing o’s on Saturday than on Friday).

It was also the best "Take This Waltz," just beautiful, and very moving, since, when Leonard did the band intros, it struck me that it would be the last time he did that (for the forseeable future), and that made it quite emotional for me.

"So Long, Marianne" was powerful and joyous, I was flooded with many emotions, crying and singing at the same time, as I think many others were, also!

Of course, every moment was wonderful, every song was perfect (Suzanne, Sisters of Mercy, In My Secret Life, all of them, just beautiful!) but these are what stand out in my mind today.

One great thing about the Las Vegas concerts was that Leonard gave his farewell speech on the Friday night, so that Saturday night could be more upbeat. I didn’t feel sad after Friday's show, since I had Saturday to look forward to, and so I was just very happy, and it was such an incredible performance anyway. And then on Saturday, Leonard gave such a spirited, enthusiastic, happy performance, that I didn't feel sad on that night either, since he ended on such a high note, I couldn't help but feel uplifted by his performance. It was really special and incredible and beautiful, and I’m so glad that I was able to be there.

I also must note that I had a wonderful time talking with many forum members, some of whom I had met before, many of whom I met for the first time. You know who you are, I won’t name names (I remember you all!), but please know that you made the whole experience even more incredible. It was such a pleasure to spend time with you all, sharing our passion for Leonard and our love of life that led us to that curious and un-magical place for the most amazing and magical time. I shall never forget it!

Cheers,
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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by sturgess66 » Wed Dec 15, 2010 9:01 am

Video uploaded by "cozalcoatl" - Thanks!

From December 11th -

"Hallelujah"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiyuO0QQg_Q
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Post by majmunka » Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:58 am

Thank you for the details, Lisa. At least I can experience a bit of those feelings through your memories. For which I'm very grateful. (Greedy me, never can get enough :D)
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Post by Mikeaus » Wed Dec 15, 2010 11:32 am

Lisa - you must get the award for one of greatest reviews of the entire tour. Thank you. I was there with you although I was on another continent.
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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by musicmania » Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:42 pm

TineDoes wrote:
musicmania wrote:Here is my report of meeting Leonard. I will try to get my concerts review typed up this evening sort the photos too. Once I do all that I am looking forward to checking back over all this topic!
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What a great report!! I love how you describe Leonard's reaction. You made your own dream come true. Good on you. Savour the memory.
Where can I see the photo's?
Thanks so much for your kind words. I thought I had linked all the photos. Apologies. Here it is

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2 ... 7571b0b6ca

Also thanks for your Kind words Lizzy. It is slowly sinking in!

Great write up Lisa!

Finally Kaimik, composing Halelujah.......... Brilliant!!!!!

Now to type up and submit my review of the concerts :D
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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by DrHGuy » Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:25 pm

I've put together a cut & paste video comprising images from the two final Las Vegas concerts with music and a video segment from Albert Noonan's recording of “Closing Time” from the final show. The opening music is from zenon5ish’s video recording of “Passing Through” being sung by audience members at the intermission of the final concert. While the sources of the images are too numerous to mention, it would be remiss not to mention that the majority of the photos were shot and shared by Maarten Massa. (My own favorite moment is the sequence in which Leonard Cohen does his Tiny Tim (the "Christmas Carol" Tiny Tim) impersonation, closing with "God bless us, everyone.")

The video is posted at http://1heckofaguy.com/2010/12/14/video ... -concerts/

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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by musicmania » Wed Dec 15, 2010 3:39 pm

Thanks Allan. As soon as I'm finished sorting everything I'll check this out! For now my friends here is my concerts review. I'm also doing a weekend review and still have a approx 1000 photos to sort but since they are not LC based what I will do is open a separate topic and put everything in there for anyone who wants to see it all together and share my wonderful experience.

Leonard Cohen, world tour finale concerts review

As a teenager Leonard Cohen practised hypnotism and I sometimes wonder is that what he does to us at his concerts as no matter how many times I've seen him live I always feel compelled to go again. I'm happy to be under this spell though as it meant I have had the best experiences of my life. Having this year alone previously seen Cohen in concert here in Ireland and also in Poland decided I just had to attend the final two shows of the tour so it was off to Las Vegas for only my second ever time out of Ireland. Poland had being the first, such is the impact Cohen has had on my life. Since the concerts at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace Las Vegas were the final two shows of a mammoth three year tour I just knew I had to be there no matter what the sacrifices I'd have to make.

The first of the two shows took place on Friday December 10th with the final show taking place the following night. Both nights saw almost identical set-lists with the only exception being the addition of Born in Chains on the final night. However no two Cohen concerts are the same regardless of set-list and while always brilliant each night had its own special moments and memories.

On the Friday night on entering The Colosseum for the first time I was very taken with the design and compact it looked. It seemed incredibly small for a venue which can hold up to 5000 patrons. I was almost at the rear of the venue for the Friday show but felt like I was close to the stage!

Cohen and his wonderful band entered the stage shortly after 8pm to a wondrous applause from a delighted audience where there were many who like myself had travelled thousands of miles to be able to witness the magic at the end of the tour. Hearing the familiar sounds of the now traditional opening song at a Cohen concert, Dance me to the end of Love I sat back relaxed and all ready to enjoy what I knew would be over three hours of entertainment to come.

As always Cohen and his fantastic band performed to the highest level. It is a testament to Cohen of how well he is respected in the industry that he can attract great musicians in their own right to go on tour with him for three years. The mutual love and respect they all have for each other is there to see and really adds to what is already a perfect formula. During all of the many solo parts for each musician Cohen stands there hat removed head bowed. Even though this is a familiar sight to my eyes it never fails to move me or to impress me. In all the concerts I attend I've never seen this high level of mutual respect before except in an actual band situation. Lead singers may command respect but I've never seen it returned in the same way as Cohen returns it.

I find it hard to pick individual musical highlights as I love all the songs and when each is performed to perfection it is almost impossible to choose individual songs. However as always for me Hallelujah was a standout moment, bittersweet that while I knew I'd hear Cohen perform it again the following night the end was nigh. Other standout songs for me from the first night include Gypsy Wife , a spoken rendition of A thousand Kisses Deep which was unfortunately nearly ruined for me when a woman nearby started moaning really loudly. While initially funny it did become an irritant after a while. To my ears and those beside me it sounded like moans of pleasure, however while talking to a friend after the concert he told me a woman fitting the description I described was being taken off on a stretcher! Mad or ill, it makes me wonder!

Another song which was extra special was the solo performance of Boogie Street by Sharon Robinson who had being absent for some European dates due to illness including the concert I attended in Katowice. I was very happy to see her return and as always her vocals were impeccable. Robinson has co-written many of Cohen'srecent songs where of course he has supplied the lyrics and she the music. Along with the aforementioned Boogie Street two of these songs include Waiting for the Miracle and In My Secret Life. I absolutely love the melodies of both these songs so Robinson will always be held in high respect and I was delighted to see her back and looking and sounding fantastic.

Non-musical highlights included when Cohen described Las Vegas as an unmagical place and a curious place. It does seem a strange place for Cohen to perform as everything is very over the top and extravagant which are descriptions which one could never use when describing Cohen. Usually Cohen introduces Anthem with saying how privileged we are to gather in this privileged place while so much of the world in plunged in chaos which he did indeed return to for the final show but we appreciated the change for one night only!

At the end of this song as it is always the end of the first half Cohen introduces us to his wonderful band. Always eloquent in his introductions it is a part of the show I love and each band member in turn is described in a wonderful way like when he introduces his musical director Roscoe Beck as the pilgrim of perfection. However in recent shows he has taken to giving drummer Raphael Bernardo Gayol an extended introduction. While I had heard about it I had seen it before the Friday night show. My favourite quote from this new extended introduction was when Cohen called him the drummer in the quietest rock and roll band around!

Another personal highlight from the Friday show was during Cohen's thanks at the end of the show. While thanking the fans he acknowledged that many of us had travelled long distances to be there and he couldn't describe us as fans that it was more than that. This touched my heart and it most certainly true that I don't just love Cohen for his wonderful songs, it is indeed more than that!

While I thoroughly enjoyed the Friday concert the Saturday one simply blew me away. I don't think Lissadell will ever be topped for me but this has come very, very close. Right from the start there was a raw energy to everything and the atmosphere was electric. We knew we were in for a very special night but we also knew this would be the final concert for the foreseeable future which meant emotions were heightened right from the off. This could be seen on stage too where everyone seemed to be pushing that little bit extra. It brings new meaning to the phrase 110% as that is what it felt like they were giving.

Nearly every song ended with a standing ovation at the Saturday show from most of the audience. The first song of the Friday show to achieve this was Hallelujah which is performed in the second half of the show to put this in perspective.

There was a very special moment when during the last few minutes of the interval a section of the fans started singing Passing Through and when Cohencame out on stage after hearing the fans he sang a line from it for us. For the final show it had being arrangedvia email to get as many women as possible to wear something with polka dots for the final show in tribute to the lyrics of Closing Time. While I did indeed have a headband on I was too far back to be seen from the stage but it was great to see people waving these items over their heads during the song with some people throwing them on stage!

As mentioned earlier in this report Cohen performed Born in Chains on the Saturday night. Having not being performed the previous night I was very pleased to hear it. There are solos from Sharon Robinson and individual solos from Hattie and Charley Webb. .Mixing these beautiful singers with Cohen's gorgeous voice makes for the most wonderful harmonies and adds such magic to each song. I do love though the solos in this song and also when The Webb Sisters sing If it be Your Will as well as the aforementioned Boogie Street by Robinson. All of the band members play an important roll with many solos throughout. I especially love Javier Mas introduction to Who By Fire, Dino Soldo's solo during Bird on the Wire and a personal favourite has to be Neil Larson's piano solo during my beloved Hallelujah. I also appreciate the important roles of bassist Roscoe Beck, lead guitarist Bob Metzger and of course the master timekeeper Rafael Bernardo Gayol.

Like the Friday night it is is extremely difficult to pick individual highlights apart from of course my precious Hallelujah where on the Saturday night I felt my heart was breaking as I knew it will be long time before I get to hear it performed live again. So Long Marianne is also a personal favourite to hear live and it comes very close to Hallelujah both in my affections and as a personal highlight at each concert. I was very happy when Cohen again recited A Thousand Kisses Deep this time with no interruption. While I love Cohen for his singing of his songs first and foremost this is an absolute gem when it is recited. Cohen who was first a poet is an expert at recitation.

While the end was nigh we really couldn't ask for more as we were treated to almost four hours of magic with only a twenty minute interval. I really felt for Cohen and his band for as heartbroken as we were that the tour was over they has spent three years on the road together and the bond between them all is plain to see. There were tears in my eyes as Cohen said his final thanks to everyone involved over the last three years.

Now the tour is finally over Cohen is heading into studio to record his twelfth album and first since 2004. If the three songs premiered on this tour, Born in Chains, The Darkness and Feels so Good are anything to go by this record will be amongst the best work he has ever released. Rarely is an artist still at the top of his game in his mid seventies but then Leonard Cohen is an unique entity.

After the show on the Saturday night I was lucky enough to meet both Dino Soldo and The Webb Sisters.It was great being able to personally thank them for their contribution to the tour and each show. However nothing will ever beat the moment when on the Sunday morning I actually met Cohen and was personally able to thank him for the effect he has had on my life and for his amazing concerts and that I really do hope he tours again. I also conveyed this wish to his manager Robert Kory who promised he would do his best to make this wish happen.

I say thank you to Leonard Cohen, his wonderful band and crew and will be forever grateful to have being there to witness the magic. For now, I say until we meet again, So Long Leonard Cohen it has being a pleasure to attend these concerts.
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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by TineDoes » Wed Dec 15, 2010 6:33 pm

musicmania wrote:Leonard Cohen, world tour finale concerts review
This is a lovely report. Thank you. Like you, and many others, after seeing him in concert I always want/need to go again. Maybe, as you said, he hypnotises us. For me it is this: in this busy world where it seems that we so often need to be going somewhere and doing something else than that what we are doing, we are rarely wholeheartedly where we are, our thoughts are somewhere else, rarely in the moment. During these 4 hour concerts, time stands still, I just want to be in that moment, totally involved, nowhere else, just there together with Leonard, the band and all the fans experiencing the wonderful music. I know that Leonard himself and all the members of the band experience this timelessness and Leonard makes this happen. The songs you name: Secret Life and Waiting for the Miracle are among my favourites too. Even though the lyrics say otherwise for me the Miracle is happening at that very moment.



Thanks for the link to our photographs they complete the story of your meeting with Leonard on Sunday.
You approached Leonard very reverently and made not to crowd him. I am glad that you and your friends were the only ones entering on such an adventure.
In a way, with this act of devoted following, you represented me as probably you did many other fans. You were the one who gave shape to what many of us, me for one, would have loved to do. And for that I thank you. I secretly hope that Leonard sees it that way too. Your made your dream come true.
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Re: CONCERT REPORTS: Las Vegas, Nevada, December 10 & 11, 2010

Post by musicmania » Wed Dec 15, 2010 7:15 pm

TineDoes wrote:Thanks for the link to our photographs they complete the story of your meeting with Leonard on Sunday.
You approached Leonard very reverently and made not to crowd him. I am glad that you and your friends were the only ones entering on such an adventure.
In a way, with this act of devoted following, you represented me as probably you did many other fans. You were the one who gave shape to what many of us, me for one, would have loved to do. And for that I thank you. I secretly hope that Leonard sees it that way too. Your made your dream come true.
Tineke
Thank you so much for saying this. It meant so much to me to treat Leonard with utmost respect and not invade his space too much and when he walked back over to us, my favourite moment I think that showed I didn't. I'll never forget that moment as long as I live. What you have written here has tears streaming down my face, thank you x
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