Glasgow Barrowland Reviews 

Bring it On

15th October 1999

Gomez Live Review:  by Michael Teevan

Gomez. That alone got me excited. Glasgow Barrowlands. A great venue, no doubt about it. And what a combination.

Flanked by two screens, showing sometimes bizarre images ( the JCB's during Love Is Better Than A Warm Trombone ), and acting as a perfect visual complement to the sounds (the ride through the mines and over the hills for Here Comes The Breeze ), they easily matched their show at T In The Park. Opening with Get Miles the played inspired and uplifting versions of Whippin' Piccadilly, Arrested, Las Vegas Dealer ( with comedy clapping to get the crowd going further ), Hangover, Devil Will Ride, in fact almost everything you could want bar Revolutionary Kind and Bring It On. I've heard Bring It On live before and it was well received and played so why it was omitted is a mystery to Me.

I can't get over how good Here Comes The Breeze was, with the added guitar explosion in the middle and chanted lyrics.

And the bombastic Whippin' has etched a permanent smile on my face.

I can't believe it ever gets better than this.

Well maybe the Sunday was !

Cannae wait for the next tour.

 This Review was Originally featured by

Gomez Fan Michael Teevan


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