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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 7:15 pm
by Siobhan
Hester wrote:
koseklumpen wrote: But I have to say that not all of Moya's/Clannad's songs are suitable for dancing... I can imagine that it would be really strange to stand in a crowded room when listening to Perfect time, black night or Oro.
Completely agree that not all music is suitable for (enthousiastic) dancing...but one could even move on beautiful slow ballads :D

Exactly! One of the songs I danced to was "I will find you"...

PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:58 am
by eadgyth
It doesn't matter how well you dance, but how much fun you have doing it. I'm all for a non-seated venue, it would be great to dance to some of the songs and in Glasgow I really had to restrain myself a couple of times because I just got carried away. I understand that there are a lof people at Moya's concerts who might not want to dance or just won't manage to stand in a huge crowd for two hours, but there should at least be the possibility to dance at the side or so, for those who want to.

Re: Moya in an empty venue (empty of chairs, I mean!)

PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 5:08 am
by Kate
Hester wrote:Allright, this should not be taken too seriously :lol:
But Jenny's post in the Glasgow topic gave me the idea :wink:
Whenever I am at one of the concerts I just can't sit still and I'd love to see what happens when Moya and Co. (or Moya and Clan. :lol: ) would perform in a venue without chairs. Would the atmosphere be really awkward or do we get such a party that the roof will be blown of?! Curious to read your thoughts!

Oh Hester, I would definitely be dancing! :P and on the slower songs...totally mesmerized and probably floating in air.

In fact, my legs would probably cramp up sitting in a chair. They prefer movement. :lol:

PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 7:51 pm
by Paul K.
I've seen some people dancing when Moya was playing at Brosella Festival in Brussels.

PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 9:22 pm
by Eternal_Silence
Of course =) It's what you do at a concert with no seats right. Moya is actually the only artist I see who has chairs :mrgreen: