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Aimee Mann Mental Illness Tour, The London Palladium, London - 26th October 2017
Aimee Mann's show was fantastic. S mix of old favourites and material from her new album. I have seen Aimee on many previous occasions (pretty much whenever she comes to Europe) and her shows are always different but consistently good. My absolute favourite show in recent times was when she appeared at Union Chapel but yesterday's show came close.
Posted by Stephen J on 27/10/2017
You knew it was going to be one of those evenings when Jonathan Coulton kicked things off with a short set of songs that demonstrated with great clarity his mastery of the difficult balance between deadpan humour and emotional intensity. Had never heard his work before, but was more than impressed and intend to seek out his albums. Aimee joined him midset and their mutual respect and affection was immediately obvious. Laughed a lot, too - he would also make a better job of stand up than almost all the dullards on the UK comedy circuit.
Aimee's own set was perfectly pitched in terms of both content, pacing and backing musicians. I've always loved Paul Bryan's works on various AM records, and he provided dynamic bass and great harmonies here. I didn't catch the name of the drummer/ percussionist, but he was equally fine. Stand out for me was Jamie Edwards on keyboards, whose often astounding work, particularly the outrageous piano solo on the first encore, One Is The Loneliest Number, was right up there with the very best I've ever heard. Throw in an excellent string quartet, used in just the right way to add texture and variety without ostentation and the welcome re-emergence of JC, who sang his own superb lyrics to Good For Me, and you have the closest thing to musical perfection imaginable.
And she played Little Bombs and Humpty Dumpty...
Posted by Nick B on 27/10/2017
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