View Full Version : Hyde Park Calling Festival -- London, England -- June 24, 2007

06-24-2007, 05:33 PM
Just the bands I saw:

Love In An Elevator
Same Old Song And Dance
Eat The Rich
I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
Baby Please Don't Go
Hangman Jury (Acoustic) >
Seasons of Wither
Dream On
Livin' On The Edge
Stop Messin' Around
Sweet Emotion
Draw The Line
Walk This Way (with Run DMC)

Chris Cornell
Show Me How To Live
You Know My Name (with David Arnold)
Hunger Strike
Original Fire
What You Are
Rusty Cage
Be Yourself
Like A Stone (solo acoustic)
Doesn't Remind Me
Arms Around Your Love
Let Me Drown
Black Hole Sun
Jesus Christ Pose

The Answer
Come Follow Me
Never Too Late
Keep Believin'
Under The Sky
Into The Gutter
Be What You Want

Black Stone Cherry
Rain Wizard
Backwoods Gold
Rollin' On
Lonely Train
Hell & High Water
Maybe Someday >
Voodoo Chile

Not For Sale
Running Out of Things To Say
The Line Went Dead
Break The Silence

Other bands who played: Joe Satriani, Fastway, Rose Hill Drive, Jet, Reuben, Haunts, Brigade, Enjoy Destroy, Kids In Glass Houses, Micki Free Electric Blues Experience, Tab, Yourcodenameis: Milo, Arckid

And on the previous day: Peter Gabriel, Crowded House, The Feeling, Setk Lakeman, Buena Vista Social Club, Ghosts, Forever Like Red, Thirst, Jason Mraz, Gareth Gates, Rushmore, Captain, Under The Influence of Giants, Angus & Julia Stone, Borne, Terra Naomi, Ben's Brother, Amy McDonald

06-24-2007, 05:35 PM
Cornell picked a good variety of tunes, but it'd be nice see him do some classic album tracks rather than the predictable big-hit singles from Soundgarden and Audioslave.

06-24-2007, 05:39 PM
I love that cornell set...alot

especially you know my name
a great song might I add :)

06-24-2007, 06:13 PM
Eat The Rich!? Holy shit!

06-25-2007, 01:43 AM
Aerosmith have been playing Eat The Rich everywhere. They did it at Sweden Rock as well.

Cornell was excellent, but I thought the setlist was lame. He's touring a brand new solo album and only played the two singles from it. I was at least hoping for "No Such Thing". And nothing from "Euphoria Morning"?!

A set of Soundgarden and Audioslave songs isn't my idea of a solo tour, enjoyable as it was to rock out to in the rain.