SetlistLose Control / Hank / Living In Extraordinary Times / Waltzing Along / Seven / Leviathan / How Was It For You / Come Home / Feet Of Clay / Heads / What’s It All About / Stutter / She’s A Star / Born Of Frustration / Sit Down / Many Faces / Tomorrow / Sometimes
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Saul didn’t join the Australia and New Zealand tour due to vertigo. He was replaced on the tour by Ricki Glover.
Review: Darren Bevan for Stuff
It’s a common theme of the night with Booth snaking and shaking his way through the crowd during Born of Frustration, dancing with random members, pushing camera phones out of his face and embracing another when the euphoria is positively present, and definitely hard to deny – even if the technical elements and mix appear to occasionally conspire against them.
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Review: Doug Peters for Ambient Light
Producing music for 30 plus years with a distinct character and style is no easy task. James pull this off flawlessly every time. Living In Extraordinary times is no exception, it’s classic James with a modern twist. One of the hardest working bands I know, they haven’t gone more than 3 years without releasing an album since I was born!
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Review: David Boyle for Radio13
James today are just as relevant as they were when they first started, back in 1982. Their energy and passion would leave many younger groups in despair and out of breath. This was not a night of looking back, it was a night shining the light on current issues, and at times it almost felt like being embraced in an evangelistic sermon, with the congregation left wanting more but feeling happier than when they came through the church doors. I suspect many, like myself, cannot wait to attend the next one.
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