QueenFan11's setlist.fm



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The Moody Blues usually played the same songs on tour especially a couple years later but not always. The good thing about providing a source for shows you did not attend is that it at least allows us to assess the source. Some are better than others and after seeing them a few times it is possible for us to decide how much we trust that particular one.
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Please stop added assumed setlists. I know you are adding sources now but you need to read them in detail as they are sometimes only for one show. The 1971 Moody Blues Leeds show setlist for instance uses an NME review of a different show. Please reply on my homepage so I know you are listening.

I was at the Dio show in Dublin in 1984, and I have an audio bootleg of it; they didn't play 'The Mob Rules'

Hi! Let's avoid having "presumed" or "assumed" setlists. If the setlist is not known with certainty, then it is better to leave it blank. In the cases where the setlist is partially known, you can add those songs as long as they can be verified from your source. Thanks!

Hi! I see that you are new here. I just wanted to let know if you are going to be filling in setlists for shows that are over 30 years old, then you should provide a source for each of your changes. Saying that this was the tour setlist is not considered a valid source.
Moderators reserve the right to revert and block any of your changes if you fail to provide a valid source. Thanks!

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