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Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Roger Waters and Heart at Summerfest 2007

Review and photos by Terry Mayer
The Week

Feeling a sense of weightlessness? Disoriented and surreal? Can't tell if your up or down?

No, it's not the first time Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. Its Roger Waters and a legion of fans Monday evening at Summerfest in Milwaukee.

"Brain Damage" "Us and them" and a perfection of percussion on "Time" thrilled the solid out crowed.

From the greatest hits of Pink Floyd were "Mother," "Shine on you Crazy Diamond," and "Sheep."

The encore was no surprise as the crowd sang along with "Another Brick in the Wall." A fun evening that re-lived times forgotten and a time to look forward to.


Also Monday, no heart was left broken as Ann and Nancy Wilson took the stage at Summerfest.

The sound was almost perfect between Ann's guitar licks and Nancy's amazing vocals.

"Magic Man," "Little Queen," and "Straight On" were flawless classics from the '70s.

"These Dreams" and "Alone" brought back great hits from the '80s and fan favorites "Barracuda" and "Crazy on You" brought the house down. Rounding out the night performance was "Black Dog" and "Misty Mountain."

It was a solid set from a solid band that showed why Heart is the legends they are.


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