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MessageSujet: STEVE HARRIS' BRITISH LION Kicks Off European Tour   Jeu 21 Fév - 17:20

STEVE HARRIS' BRITISH LION Kicks Off European Tour; Video, Set-List, Photos

bassist STEVE HARRIS debuted his new solo/side project,
at a special charity show at The Moto Clube in Faro,
Portugal last night (February 20th).

Steve Harris British Lion LIVE Moto Clube de Faro from Steve Harris on Vimeo.

A review of the show courtesy of can be read below:

The Moto Clube de Faro’s new 600 capacity clubhouse was packed to
the rafters as fans saw Steve Harris and fellow band mates perform a 90
minute blistering set of album tracks, new songs and covers.

The band burst onto the tiny Faro stage and launched immediately
into a mesmerizing performance of album opener 'This Is My God',
followed by Lost Worlds and the electrifying 'Karma Killer', vocalist
Richard Taylor
proving a natural front man with wonderful command of the
crowd, working an already-hyper audience into a virtual frenzy. So much
so, that the barrier in front of the stage looked in serious danger of
giving way under the throng and had to be stabilised by the Moto Clube
security team. With Steve Harris centre-front with Richard Taylor,
flanked by guitarists Grahame Leslie and David Hawkins, and Simon Dawson
on drums behind, band and crowd seemed to all merge into one swirling,
sweaty, seething, rocknroll mass.

A new song, 'Father Lucifer', came next, catching the crowd’s
imagination with its sensuous hypnotic beat, the entire audience now
under singer Taylor’s spell, including Steve who was mouthing every word
and looking absolutely in his element. Next up came 'The Chosen Ones'
intensifying the super-charged atmosphere, the whole crowd singing along
with Richard Taylor’s soaring, melodious vocals, complemented by the
twin guitars and the whirling-dervish movements of Grahame Leslie who
often looked as if he might simply spin clear off the stage and
disappear into the crowd.

After a stirring performance of 'These Are The Hands', came three
new songs ('Guineas and Crowns', 'The Burning', 'Last Chance') all
equally well-received before delving back into the British Lion album
for the most recent single 'Us Against The World', and 'A World Without
Heaven'. Then came the first cover song of the night, a take on the
catchy 'Do Ya Do Ya Want Me', for which Taylor once again had the crowd
eating out of his hand, singing along with the chorus and obeying his
every command.

Not until the band broke into dreamy, reflective Judas, the last
song of the set, did the frenetic pace slightly abate before once again
gathering momentum for the song’s climax. The band left the stage
momentarily then reappeared to break into the second cover of the night,
UFO’s 'Let It Roll' which sent the by-now delirious audience into
overdrive, the whole venue by now in meltdown. The biggest cheer of the
night came for closing song 'Eyes Of The Young' which, if this opening
night is anything to go by, is sure to become THE anthem of this tour.
Last night, British Lion came, saw, conquered and very firmly stamped
their seal .

Steve Harris British Lion performed the following set-list:

'This is My God'

'Lost Worlds'

'Karma Killer'

'Father Lucifer'

'The Chosen Ones'

'These Are the Hands'

'Guineas and Crowns'

'The Burning'

'Last Chance'

'Us Against the World'

'World Without Heaven'

'Do You Want It'



'Let it Roll'

'Eyes of the Young '
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