Comment from Per Gessle
Thanx HongKong-friends for making lots of noise and keeping the Rox fire burning tonight! We had a blast! See y’all next time!!!!
Setlist (not confirmed)
01. Dressed For Success
02. Sleeping In My Car
03. The Big L
04. Wish I Could Fly
06. She’s Got Nothing On (But The Radio)
07. Perfect Day
08. Things Will Never Be The Same
09. It Must Have Been Love
11. Fading Like A Flower
13. How Do You Do!
15. Joyride (introduced by Shanghai beach)
16. Spending My Time
17. The Look
18. Listen To Your Heart
19. Church Of Your Heart
Yahoo (short review + photo)
8 thoughts on “World Tour 2012: Hong Kong, China – March 8 #92”
Christoffer played ‘???’ before Joyride in Hong Kong.
As I see Unicode characters still doesn’t work in comments here.
The song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgzeJMuzHok
that’s the main song of a famous tv drama (???) which Chow Yun Fat (???) being the main actor when i was little^^
the first line of the lyrics sounds like this “lon-g bun……… lon-g lou”, sing by Francis Yip, haha !
Thk you for the music!
What a surprise the guitarist played a bit of “Shanghai Beach” !
The whole audience sang “It must have been love “, magnificient!
What a memorable night!
Hope to see Roxette next year or the year after!
We also wish ABBA can come but seem impossible!
Is it called Shang Hai Tan (Shanghai Beach)?
If so, those who are interested can check http://www.francesyip.com/ and go to Songs Preview. There you can listen to a snippet of the song.
You are correct! Shang Hai Tan is the pronuciation in cantonese. Shanghai Beach is the actual meaning in English. Actually Shang Hai Tan is a place in Shanghai can be interpreted as “Up, Sea, Beach” in english.
BTW. I only discovered the promotion of the tour to Hong Kong 2 weeks before the concert. I think next time , there should be more promotion on websites like SINA weibo, discuss.com.hk and brothersharpfanclub.com.
Actually, I think at least 10,000 Hong Kong auduience should love to see roxette, considering so many chinese cover version from them:
“You Know I Know” by Alan Tam (The Look)
“It is the script from my heart” by Shirley Kwuan (Listen to your heart)
“My Cinderalla” by Leon Lai (Joyride)
It will be interesting if Roxette invite them to their concert. Surely it will attract more audience ^^.
I still remember the concert in Hong Kong.
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