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A Change of Seasons Tour - 10/26/1995 - 10/30/1995
« on: February 03, 2012, 06:59:30 PM »
1995-10-26 - Kosei-Nenkin Hall - Osaka, JPN

Other Act(s): No other act(s) or unknown.

Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. Under a Glass Moon
2. The Mirror/
3. Lie
4. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
5. The Rover (Led Zeppelin cover)/
6. Killers (Iron Maiden cover)/
7. Damage Inc. (Metallica cover)/
8. In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd cover)/
9. Heart of the Sunrise (Yes cover)/
10. Innocence Faded
11. A Change of Seasons
Guitar solo (For Rena/Lost Without You)
12. Surrounded
Keyboard solo
13. Erotomania (w/ drum solo)
14. Voices
15. The Silent Man (electric version)
16. Pull Me Under
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17. Wait for Sleep (acoustic version)
18. Perfect Strangers (Deep Purple cover)
Eve (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy
« Last Edit: January 31, 2014, 08:29:15 AM by cyberdrummer »
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Re: A Change of Seasons Tour - 10/26/1995 - 10/30/1995
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2012, 06:59:44 PM »
1995-10-28 - NHK Hall - Tokyo, JPN

Other Act(s): No other act(s) or unknown.

Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. Under a Glass Moon
2. The Mirror/
3. Lie
4. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
5. The Rover (Led Zeppelin cover)/
6. Killers (Iron Maiden cover)/
7. Damage Inc. (Metallica cover)/
8. In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd cover)/
9. Heart of the Sunrise (Yes cover)/
10. Innocence Faded
11. A Change of Seasons:
Guitar Solo (For Rena/Lost Without You)
12. Surrounded
Keyboard Solo
13. Erotomania (w/ drum solo)
14. Voices
15. The Silent Man (electric version)
16. Pull Me Under
-------------------------------------
17. Perfect Strangers (Deep Purple cover)
-------------------------------------
18. Wait for Sleep (acoustic version)
19. Learning to Live
Eve (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: The covers medley and Innocence Faded were broadcast on Japanese radio and are on Precious Things.
« Last Edit: January 31, 2014, 08:34:59 AM by cyberdrummer »
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Re: A Change of Seasons Tour - 10/26/1995 - 10/30/1995
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2012, 06:59:50 PM »
1995-10-30 - Shibuya Kokaido Hall - Tokyo, JPN

Other Act(s): no opening act

Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. 6:00
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. Caught in a Web
4. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
5. The Rover (Led Zeppelin cover)/
6. Killers (Iron Maiden cover)/
7. Damage Inc. (Metallica cover)/
8. In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd cover)/
9. Heart of the Sunrise (Yes cover)/
10. Innocence Faded
11. A Change of Seasons
Guitar Solo (For Rena/Lost Without You)
12. Another Day
Keyboard Solo
13. Erotomania (w/ drum solo)
14. Voices
15. The Silent Man (electric version)
16. Pull Me Under
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17. Bad (acoustic version) (U2 cover)
18. Tears (acoustic version) (Rush cover)
19. Wait for Sleep (acoustic version)
20. Learning to Live (w/ small part of One (Metallica cover))

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy
« Last Edit: January 31, 2014, 08:33:54 AM by cyberdrummer »
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