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    The band is working on a new album project aimed for release supposably in the second half of this year. Please find more information in the latest interview with Simon.

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  November 20, 2005

    » Le Batofar & Christuskirche

    And Also The Trees - Bochum 2005 by (c) Guido RagnittOn the 18. and 19. November AATT celebrated their 25 years of musical history together with a very enthusiastic audiance in some unusal locations like a boat or a seated church.

    It was a fulfilling passage through time the playfully and passional band lived through with their prick-eared fans during the 24 songs performed. The pretty unusual playlist included some surprising songs not performed since the early years like the unreleased 'And Also The Trees', 'Talk without words', And Also The Trees - Bochum 2005 by (c) Guido Ragnitt'So this is Silence', 'Jack' or an alternative version of 'Count Jeffrey'. But also 'Anchor Yard' or 'Believe in the rose' which were rarly performed the last decade as well as hpynotizing tracks from the last album like the catchy 'The man who ran away' or the epic 'The untangeld man'.

    All this made these evenings two of the most memorable moments in the AATT concert history.

    And Also The Trees - Bochum 2005 by (c) Mike Wißmann



    Anonymous said...

    The show at the batofar was overbooked and it was almost impossible to see anything for those who didn't arrived very early or were not very tall. This room sucks, why did they play in such a crappy place.
    JC, very disapointed

        21 November, 2005 17:07
    Anonymous said...

    I was enough lucky to arrive early & to be in just in front of the scene .... Great AATT performance in a small place & Great Great Set List ..... I taped the show on DAT & it turns pretty good :-) the best AATT show I seen ... ever ....
    Franck (a French AATT Fan)

        21 November, 2005 19:43
    Anonymous said...

    The venue undoubtedly was small & cramped but how nice it was to see the band playing at an intimate paris venue for once rather than a theatre. I believe they wanted to play a small venue for reason of exclusivity?
    IMO it was the best AATT concert I seen for many years. And so great to have Steven back. Onstage he gives so much energy.They are not the same band when he is not there.
    Fabulous, fabulous.

        22 November, 2005 04:53
    Stéphane JARDIN said...

    A friend of mine, who had bought 2 tickets, has been burgled the day before the concert and the tickets have been stolen! So, we've had to wait outside for hours, but I did not regret it. Maybe the best show of my life, the sound was wonderful, and you are my favourite band!I've been listening to you for about 15 years, and I think you're just getting better and better. And Justin, you're so great! Thanks once again. And please carry on, you're very important to me.


        22 November, 2005 17:42
    Tonton Blino said...

    Thanks again for the show, it was as good as the gigs I've been lucky to see (and tape, so I can compare) in 2003. Thanks !!!

        22 November, 2005 18:18
    Anonymous said...

    Hi Franck! Is it possible for us to have a trade on your Batofar video? Kindly get me an email to zantheum@lycos.com so that i can forward you my list. Regards

        22 November, 2005 21:07
    Anonymous said...

    yes, for us american fans that will never get the opportunity to see one of the most underrated bands of all time, and undoubtedly one of the best!!!! i would also love to get my hands on that recording. I have heard that it was a performance of epic proportions!

    Franck the french fan, please email me at plastiquedesign@hotmail.com

        24 November, 2005 07:36
    Pierre-Marie Pelé said...

    Hello everybody,

    As a new fan, I'm sorry that I can't make any trade but does someone have photos or videos of the Paris Concert (18/11/05) ?

    I would really like to have a souvenir of this great gig.

    Best regards,


        24 November, 2005 09:29
    Mike said...

    For me, both shows were some of the most memorable and impressive shows of the last years. I think everybody could see that the band was in a good mood. Rarely before I have seen Simon offering to the audience that the band could play a cover-version of "Rock Around the Clock"! In my eyes, there was some kind of symbiosis between the band and the audiencs in both places which created a special atmosphere.

    Indeed, the Batofar was overbooked. But it was a very good gig, anyway!

        27 November, 2005 20:37
    Stéphane JARDIN said...


    Je crois que tu es français d'après ce que j'ai compris? Et bien, je t'adresse la même requête que d'autres auparavant : j'aimerais conserver un souvenir de cette soirée au Batofar, photo ou enregistrement ou encore mieux vidéo! Plus généralement, sais-tu comment je pourrais me procurer des vidéos d'And Also the Trees?
    Voici mon mail : stefjardin@voila.fr
    Merci d'avance,

        27 November, 2005 23:44
    Holyhour said...

    Ce concert fut énorme, habité et brumeux un grand souvenir ...

    mais le batofar ça fait 2 fois et 2 fois que c'est pourri: on voit rien et le son est étouffé.
    un gig dans un lieu fait pour ça la prochaine fois !
    je dis cela car en tant que fan on peut accepter beaucoup mais pas de payer pour des conditions pareilles ...

    je me joins à Stéphane pour une éventuelle trace de ce concert...
    je voulais le recorder mais vu mon placement c'aurait rien donner

        01 December, 2005 14:39
    Anonymous said...

    Hi all,
    Batofar was the best AATT concert I ever seen (my 1st one was 17 years ago). Thanks to the band for being there.
    PS1 : May I suggest you to arrange the next gig during summer in order to avoid me to cough ... so I can still sleep in my bed (if not, can I pass your adress to my wife for explanations...)
    PS2 : bonjour au parisiens, toulousains, caennais et autres premiers arrivés mais derniers entrés...
    A +

        01 December, 2005 23:06
    Michael said...

    For all complaining about the venue:

    "The venue is a boat on the Seine and has a small capacity. Please note this is now sold out. The doors and stage times are quite EARLY. Le Batofar will be open from 19:00." (from the offical band site)

    I did enter the venue about 20.00 and had no problem finding still a place with good view for this EXCELLENT concert. batofar as club was definetly better than Loco 2003.


        03 December, 2005 20:46


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