Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R)
Feb 29, · Tiësto* Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour ) (Blu-ray-R + Blu-ray-R + Unofficial) Eagle Rock Entertainment (2), Eagle Rock Entertainment (2) /5(9). Tiësto* Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour ) (Blu-ray-R + Blu-ray-R + Unofficial) Eagle Rock Entertainment (2), Eagle Rock Entertainment (2) , Russia: . Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour is a DVD of Tiësto's Elements of Life World Tour November 10, performance at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark. The DVD was released March 7, It was released on DVD and Blu-ray. Both double disc versions cover over four hours of Tiësto's concert in Denmark; the additional footage such as an On The Road feature, music videos, .
The in-store, the day before the two gigs, will also play host to a ticket giveaway contest for fans. The first two people over the age of 18 to arrive at the in-store on July 18th will be given a complimentary admission ticket for either the July 19th or 20th dates at the Hammerstein Ballroom. Allow me to explain to you what really took place. The promoter disappeared after 1 a. I still wanted to play at the party, so I was waiting for somebody to pick me up from the hotel and bring me to the venue.
At that moment, Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R) had no other choice than to stay in my hotel room. The promoter tried to escape Bahrain, but luckily he got caught near the Saudi Arabian border. He is in jail at this moment. Again, I am very sorry for what happened and I will definitely try to find a way to make it up with all my fans who bought tickets for the show. I just finished my little holiday in Ibiza between the gigs. I love this island!
I've been coming here for years and it's never boring. I was a bit disappointed that they closed Amnesia and a few other clubs but everybody was very positive that they will be open soon again. In the beginning of this year I felt a lot of pressure because it's not easy to roll out a tour like this worldwide. My whole team was under pressure and the first couple of shows we had to get used to each other because it was new for everybody.
And a last minute cancellation of shows doesn't help either! But now, after a couple of months on the road I can say I am really proud of everyone who works with me on this tour: Jes is doing a great performance every time again and again.
This girl has so much energy, she is amazing! I am working on a new song with her at this moment. Julie Thompson is a great performer as well. I love her voice and she sings two songs on the show now. We finished a new song called 'Somewhere Inside' and it's going down well.
I will probably put it on my next mix compilation. Christian Burns is also doing an excellent job!! When you close your eyes while he sings, you hardly hear the difference between the track on my album and his live performance.
It's Sunday afternoon now, and with the festival still buzzing and thumping all around us am currently at our tent in the Sonic Village, with a band called Harrybu McCage doing their thing on the stage next door I'm just now getting around to processing everything from the past thirty-something hours.
In the pitch-black night, with two huge floating orb-balloons suspended in air on either side of the Which Stage, the band came on in between rain showers, which picked up right along with the set. We're all convinced Jim James has personal control of the weather, which was a more moving effect than the flowy red scarf he kept swinging around when not tied to his guitar.
A few songs in, I followed Multimedia Intern Ashley-- who's been doing all our camerawork this weekend, and is so patient with us even though sometimes we forget to point our mics at the people we're interviewing-- over to This Tent to see the guy someone had told us was the greatest DJ in the world, DJ Tiesto. Whether or not that's an accurate superlative, I don't know-- the whole time I kinda felt like I was at Ru San's, a local sushi place in Atlanta where pulsing dance tracks are a permanent accompaniment to the lunch buffet.
He was writhing around on the stage, lurching and howling, with a cape on and everything. Then there was a cape and a straw hat. Then just a straw hat. Then more rain.
Then we played the Lame Card and high-tailed it through the mud to the hotel. The Kings must have been sweltering in their dapper wool suits, but they put on a great show with Sharon Jones as the sassy, soul-shuffling anchor. I grabbed a kebab and returned to the Which Stage for Gogol Bordello, the band of gypsy punks led by Eugene Hutz, whose wild flowing hair and handlebar mustache gave the look of a deranged Yanni, stripped down to cut-off marching band pants by the third song.
Later caught the Avett Brothers at the Other Tent. Didn't see them actually, thanks to awkward scaffolding-and-green-velvet-drape configuration, but they sounded great and I'm really liking the addition of yet another maniacal string-instrument player, Joe Kwon on cello.
Skipped Ben Folds-- I'll love him forever but his live show hasn't changed in years-- but sang along to the bleed-over of his set as I booked it over to the Solar Stage for the Everybodyfields. I feel like I've mentioned so many times in Paste blogs that it's becoming awkwardly conspicuous, but honestly, this is one of my favorite bands right now, maybe ever, so I get to talk about their first-ever Bonnaroo set.
And also their second-ever, a few hours later. The first was besot from the left by Zappa Plays Zappa, the right by Mr. Folds, and above by a randomly circling helicopter, the sound on the stage wasn't great but the band sallied forth to a growing crowd, closing with Neil Young's "Helpless" which almost made me cry because I am a big baby.
The second one was tucked into the quiet-by-comparison Troo Music Lounge, which was comparatively packed, seemingly with a lot of fans given the yelled-out song requests and hometown shouts of "Johnson City! Beginning with Sigur Ros at That Tent, the rest of the evening is a hazy blur-- not due to any chemical alteration on my part, just sheer fatigue. After listening to Pearl Jam's set on the other side of the boneyard, we battled the mud for a few songs with Iceland's finest, then headed over to the What Stage for Kanye West as Ghostland Observatory rocked away at This Tent.
And kept rocking. As we staked out a spot on the lawn, waited, waited, and kept waiting. The original start time of AM passed, then the new start time of 3 AM, thenthen When he was fifteen minutes late, folks started leaving in droves, Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R), and by the time we gave up nearly an hour after he was scheduled to go on, the crowd was livid-- a chorus of "Fuck you.!
Pretty much the only folks who were okay with the delay was the crowd in front of us with the balloons and the tank of nitrous oxide. No telling if the tank lasted them til AM, when we hear Mr.
West finally took the stage. We hear, too, that it wasn't a bad set-- just that, as the set edged towards 6 AM, the light show was a little hard to see thanks to, uh, you know, the sunrise. Can't confirm that, though, as we passed out at the hotel a mile away as the first basslines thumped across the interstate.
Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R) the first bakingly hot day of the festival so I've just sought out one band: Tennessee Schmaltz.
Billed as a bluegrass klezmer band, I ducked into the Troo Music Lounge to check them out but was a little disappointed. Guess it had to happen sometime. PS, Happy Father's Day to my dad, who may or may not be reading this, but who should be fully ashamed of me for missing Levon Helm's set yesterday because, according to everyone who was there, it was absolutely phenomenal. Electro Techno Disco Pop, one of the biggest techno events the Bay Area has to offer, has come and gone once again.
My friends and I arrived a solid hour and half early, and were astounded by the amount of available parking. Though this is to be expected, as the Cow Palace can hold fifteen thousand raving fans. Within the Cow Palace fans raved before a massive front stage area for the trance DJs, beneath a huge projector screen which played visuals above.
As the palace started to fill up, it really came to life. Up in the front, I began to feel trapped within the crowd of ravers. The air became thick with smoke from those who smuggled in cigarettes and marijuana.
DJ Tiesto has to be the single most influential DJ of our time. Having traveled all over Europe, he has played almost everywhere you can think of, including the Turin Olympics. It was incredible to see a live DJ who was so passionate about the music, constantly remixing it live for the fans. I had never heard any of his music and I was very impressed. It should be all about the music. After a while, I decided to check out the shops. Technicians came out with flashlights trying to fix it, but unfortunately the power was out for good.
So, the rave was over an hour early, but overall the fans were happy with the performance. Haunting ramblings from the Canadian singer. Compilations can really highlight some of the different approaches artists take when trying to capitalise on an extensive catalogue. Sarah McLachlan's Rarities, B-sides and Other Stuff Volume 2 is exactly that, a collection of live tracks and rare material including covers and as with Volume 1 songs she has done for films.
McLachlan did the guest tracks on the song for Delerium and Michael Woods' remix is a chillout standard. Other than that little faux pas, which isn't really her fault, the songs are an excellent showcase for her haunting lyricism. Fans will grab this offering with both hands and non-fans will be converted. By many accounts, the dance music known as trance has been dead since the mids.
But somebody apparently forgot to tell Tiesto and the tens of thousands of fans who fill stadiums and clubs to hear him spin. Tiesto recently finished three sold-out nights at Los Angeles hot spot Vanguard. Now the year-old phenom from the Netherlands real name: Tijs Verwest comes to Boston to bring his international dance flair to the Estate Wednesday and Thursday. Thanks to the Internet, people are more connected to the music.
They are finally able to listen to it and find out where DJs play. He even has a Reebok sneaker named after him. He also regularly plays at large festivals worldwide, making his Boston club dates a gift to fans. Make it more a very simple DJ set, instead of all the craziness around it. I never think about how big I am. I just want to keep going and be happy and do my best to keep everything together. Go to theestateboston. The internationally renowned electronic dance music icon only has to surpass his own achievements.
CD one is in the same kind of style of "In Search of Sunrise 6. CD two is totally different much more quality trancy stuff. CD two is going back to my roots, real trancy and a little faster. I stayed in Thailand for a week in a beautiful resort sorting out the records and mixing it while the sun came up.
The Dutch superstar is much more than a DJ, much more than a producer, he's a bonafide rock star — playing for the largest audiences and living the life. He garnered a No. His remix of "Delerium" featuring Sarah McLachlan's,"Silence," was the first electronic dance music track ever broadcast on daytime radio across North America, an unheard of accomplishment since there is no market in mainstream radio for this music genre.
His philosophy is simple; he just likes to share music with the world. His career has been moving at the speed of light for the last decade, moving from clubs to stadiums and into the limelight of the mainstream music industry. Tiesto is getting intimate. It's not that much different. The main difference is on the second CD. The first CD is a little bit harder than No. And this one has a little Asian influence? I noticed that in Asia the trance sound is still really popular.
When I play there, they react the most to the trance records off the second disc. This is going to be a very different tour from your previous full-production extravaganza.
Why is that? The Sports Arena is really nice to do, and it's great for film. If I want to do it again, I want to come up with something even more spectacular, even more over-the-top. How do you top that last mega-tour? That's what I'm working on at the moment.
In the meanwhile, to get some inspiration and to play for fun, I'm going to play smaller club gigs. That's the reason why I chose to play the smaller venues like Vanguard, and that's why I'm going to play no hits at all, just very nice experimental Tiesto tracks.
Not the big hits, but more a real DJ-mix, club-vibe show. You could say that. Do you miss playing in more intimate environments? There's no pressure, you just do your thing. So how does Tiesto get intimate? It will always be intimate. It doesn't matter if I play hard or soft. Intimate will be close to the crowd, very music-driven. I think L. It all depends on where I am and how the crowd reacts on the first couple of records; that's always how I decide where I go.
So how do you judge a crowd? It's more of a feeling. You feel the room. I don't know how I feel it, but I just feel it. When the room is ready, and they wanna have a good time, I just know. That was like a ten years in the blogosphere. But in my world, it was just a really long time ago. I'd like to say that I was on vacation, sunning myself in Hawaii or some other tropical locale, but no, that's not the case Boring, I know. So I won't go into detail, apologize or justify. Just know that I wasn't ignoring you in vain or on purpose I just needed a break.
Break be had. Event listing and info sharing behold. If you love clubbing and great music then perhaps it is time that you gave DJing a try. Many of the basic mixing skills can be picked up in a few months and although it takes years to fully master the medium it is something that everyone with a passion for music should try.
The most important thing after all if picking tunes that really gets people going. You can then work on how to build a set and work hard on the techniques involved in making the transition between tracks seamless. Nowadays the range of DJ equipment that is accessible to beginners has never been better. Technology has caught up with the music industry and there are now new and exciting ways on which to share music.
DJs can now keep their music in MP3 format and even mix the songs using artificial mixing equipment that emulates the traditional record player setup. It also means that many aspiring DJs can make a name for themselves on the internet by sharing their efforts to friends via the internet. This can result in some DJs forming a massive fan base before they have even played live.
It has as a result never been more popular and with thousands of DJs becoming household names there are a few DJs that are achieving superstardom. Here are my favourites that would fall in this category. Like most DJs he started very young and was fanatical about music. He used to spend all of his pocket money on music and would create tapes for his friends and family to listen to which included his favourite tracks of the moment.
His uncle introduced him to a computer program and he was then able to cut, mix and create his own music tunes from songs that he had collated. Alongside following his passion for music he took a degree in law but was able to follow his passion as he gained an enormous fan base and began to earn some money. He now has a weekly slot in Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R) of the most prestigious of clubs in the club island of Ibiza.
Here he has residence in Amnesia. DJ Tiesto Probably the most notorious of all the DJs in the world Tiesto has turned his passion for music into a multi-million dollar machine. The first DJ to ever sell out a stadium of people two nights in a row he has achieved a whole host of landmarks for DJs. He has set the benchmark for DJs at unprecedented heights by DJing for enormous events such as the Athens Olympics opening ceremony.
He has even managed to break into the US commercial market where his delirium song was the first ever dance tune to hit the American daytime radio stations.
He has continued to change and modify the sounds that he plays and unlike some DJs is continuously trying new things. Perhaps this is why he has achieved such longevity in the industry. He has even been nominated for a Grammy and is highly regarded throughout the world.
He regularly appears on the top ten list of DJs for the mixmag magazine. World famous dance music star Tiesto is to play at Planetlove's first ever weekend event on the banks of Lough Neagh this September. To mark the massive dance event's 10th birthday, the organisers of Planetlove decided to extend the party to festival status with a star-studded line-up and camping.
Thousands of dance music fans are expected to descend upon Shane's Castle in Co Antrim for the two-day event on Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6. His concert shows have seen him transformed from famous DJ to international superstar.
The line-up for September 6 will be unveiled on Plantlove's official website on June 6 at www. Radio One will once again broadcast the event.
Planetlove began life 10 years ago when husband and wife team Eddie Wray and Judith Farrell-Rowan decided to throw a huge outdoor party for dance fans. Since then, it has become one of the biggest events in the Irish dance music calender. Eddie said: "This is the most exciting festival that we have worked on over the last 10 years. It's the first weekend event that we've run, with a star-studded line up, camping and with birthday and production surprises.
Actor-turned Celebrity Apprentice star, Stephen Baldwin made an unexpected appearance and enjoyed the party from the privacy of his cabana. Saturday at The Joint, their only U. Formed in London inSex Pistols are one of the most definitive rock bands of all time and are widely credited with initiating the punk movement.
Sex Pistols had emerged as a response to what was perceived to be the increasingly stale music scene of the mids. Sex Pistols were controversial but captivating, and although their shows repeatedly faced difficulties from Government authorities, their fans remain loyal.
Partyers packed Jet and The Bank, intoxicated not only by high-priced drinks and the frenzied nightclub atmosphere but also by loud, pounding music created by DJ Tiesto. Tiesto, an international superstar from the Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R), flew into Las Vegas to perform for the Memorial Day weekend. They may not get the headlines of Cirque du Soliel, Cher or Barry Manilow, but week in and week out, DJs pack dozens of nightclubs with thousands of young revelers who add millions of dollars to the local economy.
Bigger, louder speakers made the lighted floors tremble and energized the young crowds that spent the night dancing beneath the glimmering silver ball. And DJs became celebrities — although their fame rarely extended beyond the limits Platinum - Tiësto* - Copenhagen (Elements Of Life World Tour 2007-2008) (Blu-ray-R) the city where they played.
Talking by telephone from Mexico, he sounds a little tired, maybe because he has just flown from a gig in London to perform at a hot spot in Acapulco. Corporate affairs. Private parties. DJs today jet around the world and stay at the finest hotels in the most luxurious resorts. When he was a teen he spent hours practicing his disc-spinning techniques in his basement.
At 16 he began doing parties for friends and dances at high schools, working for free until he became a hot item in the New York area. He enrolled as a business major at Boston University but was working in three nightclubs. He dropped out of school to see how far he could go as a DJ.
Today, work looks for him. He has a management team to handle all the calls. And the international scene is even more ridiculous. To play in a huge stadium you might get 60 grand. Million-dollar contracts are being handed out routinely. Louis and on opening night bring in so many people because of the name on the flier, it legitimizes the club. Technical skills. Breakfast - The Horizon Oliver Smith - Tomahawk Carl B - Life Can Wait Jedidja - Dancing Water Tiesto - Traffic 3.
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Informacje o Tiesto Copenhagen Elements Of Life World Tour 2DVD - w archiwum Allegro. Data zakończenia - cena 49,99 zł. Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour là một DVD của Tiësto Elements of Life World Tour Ngày 10 Tháng thực hiện tại Parken Stadium trong Copenhagen, Đan Mạch. DVD được phát hành ngày 7 tháng 3 năm Nó được phát hành trên đĩa DVD và Blu-ray. Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour is a DVD of Tiësto's Elements of Life World Tour November 10, performance at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, headsfoottotanweato.geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co DVD was released March 7, It was released on DVD and Blu-ray. Both double disc versions cover over four hours of Tiësto's concert in Denmark; the additional footage such as an On The Road feature, music videos, .
Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour là một DVD của Tiësto Elements of Life World Tour Ngày 10 Tháng thực hiện tại Parken Stadium trong Copenhagen, Đan Mạch. DVD được phát hành ngày 7 tháng 3 năm Nó được phát hành trên đĩa DVD và Blu-ray.
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Copenhagen: Elements of Life World Tour is a DVD of Tiësto's Elements of Life World Tour November 10, performance at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, headsfoottotanweato.geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co DVD was released March 7, It was released on DVD and Blu-ray. Both double disc versions cover over four hours of Tiësto's concert in Denmark; the additional footage such as an On The Road feature, music videos, .
DJ TIESTO Copenhagen - Elements Of Life ( UK 2-disc BLU-RAY DISC set [playable on Blu-Ray players and Playstation 3 consoles only] - After more than a year of entertaining the globe with his World Tour, Tiësto releases the long anticipated 'Elements Of Life' DVD with a full live registration recorded during his concert in the famous Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark; the set covers. Surround Dj Tiesto - Copenhagen (Elements of Life World Tour ) () DTS multichannel music Electronic / Trance Surround Music Download To bookmarks.
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