We Lost Florian Schneider today, Here Is An Old Live Review: Kraftwerk At the United Palace, Tuesday, April 1st, 2014, Reviewed
Thirty years after “Hiroshima” came Kraftwerk
Sam seemed to have no command of the stage as he wandered back and forth, no idea how to speak to the audience, he couldn’t tell a story and he couldn’t seem to make it a personal experience.and while his life trajectory has been resolutely towards show business, he doesn’t have a feel for the stage.
It is very sad and no wonder she deals with contempt for the writers and interviews, the David Lettermans of the world, she can’t reject her family so she rejects the entire community of entertainment leeches that do what she least wants.
hirty years after “Hiroshima” came Kraftwerk and forty years after that they are still dealing in the same language, even the same musical language, and Kraftwerk are still dealing with good guesses.
don’t know Only Sons material particular well and though I did know “It’s A Boy” a dystopia about the pre-ordained manufacturing of a child’s life, and iit didn’t connect here. Jack’s voie is a little on the light side and taking up about a third of the stage, nothing he did could really connect with us.