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Ami-Bob — 7/24/2013 5:51:59 PM
"Beginning in 1968 Germany's Burg Herzberg Festival has hosted many of the worlds best bands and singers. This years line up raised the bar a bit. Moe., Steve Hackett, The MULE and (original)Spin Doctors were the headliners. By the Time the Mule hit the stage on Sat night it was defiantly a special festival. Moe. had won over a new core of fans the sun was never ending. The vibe was one of good will and just no worries. Old school Psychedelic rock, progressive rock are the norms for the Fest so the opening of "Maggot Brain" was a grand choice. From that point on, one could feel the power and the amazement of the crowd. Some of whom just being introduced to the band through the new single. "Brand New Angel" brought a rocking roar by the now even fuller main stage area. Just before BNA "Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home" with Jim McCarty & Carmine Appice was a nice treat(both of the band Cactus) gave Matt Abts a chance to watch one of the greatest drummer in the world show off his chops. Most fitting songs of the night comes on the encore. The choice of the "One Of These Days -> Cortez The Killer" made the evenings Psychedelic blues-rock set complete. eine große Nacht der Musik wurde hatte. A great night of music was had "