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Spanish concert updates

Added on Thursday 04 August 2005, 07:07 (BST)
Jay Kay - 29 July 2005 - Photo by: Javier Tordesillas

Here is a quick update on some of what has been happening at some of the recent Spanish concerts.

  • Setlist from Gasteiz (03 August): Canned Heat, Space Cowboy, Cosmic Girl, Revolution 1993, Little L, Dynamite, High Times, Butterfly, (Don't) Give Hate A Chance, Use The Force, Seven Days In Sunny June, Travelling Without Moving, Love Foolosophy, Alright, Deeper Underground
  • Setlist from Albacete (02 August): Canned Head, Space Cowboy, Cosmic Girl, Revolution 1993, Little L, Starchild, High Times, Dynamite, Use The Force, Give Hate A Chance, Seven Days In Sunny June, Travelling without Moving, Love Foolosophy, Alright, Deeper Underground
  • Setlist from Beniform (30 July): Canned Heat, Space Cowboy, Cosmic Girl, Revolution 1993, Little L, Starchild, High Times, Dynamite, Use The Force, Give Hate A Chance, Seven Days In Sunny June, Virtual Insanity, Love Foolosophy, Alright, Deeper Underground
  • Elcorreo Digital reported about the process involved in getting Jamiroquai's concert in Gasteiz to take place.
  • There is a short review and photo from the 29 July concert in Toledo at the JCCM website.
The band next play in Mijas on Saturday night before returning to the UK for a few days.  They then go to Portugal for the Sunrise Festival on 13 August to complete the first leg of the European tour!
Credit: Inaki Aldekoa, Lola Caballero, Daniel Gonzalez and Carmen Herrero

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Great picture! The real Jay Kay with adidas suit, not an expansive shirt or whatever... Give hate a chance, humm, interesting to see it playing live again. I would like to hear that to know if it is better than the album version. FUNKIN ROCKS! Bye everybody :)

i like da pic 2, but i'm not going :(

I was in Vitoria last night..concert was great but..I have the feeling something was wrong with Jay..if someone was also there, please let me know if you share this opinion..he was great and so the band was, but still strange feelings with them...

Hi there, I was not in Vitoria but I was in Benidorm and I noticed Jay's behaviour was too different from last tour's (Funk Odissey) when I saw him in Badalona and Madrid.

Has this anything to do with his 'breaking the chains'? I dunno, but he looked and sounded much more clamed, or even shier, than he used to do and there was much less jumping and dancing on the stage. On the other hand, he looked much more concentrated on what he is expected to be on the stage for, and that's definitely positive. On the whole the band sounded much better than in previuos tours.

I'd dare to say there's a new Jay on the stage, a better Jay as a musician, it's good news for musicians who love his music.

ticktackticket.com is listing the Mijas concert as cancelled. But I cant find confirmation of this anywhere official, and the promoter lists no telephone, just an e-mail address they don't seem to be checking. Does anyone know anything? I have 2 tickets!!!

Yes..it's been confirmed..concert in Mijas is cancelled!! my God!! I would not like to be there awaiting for the concert to come..

poor people...... :( i wud be so dissappointed :'(

I do hope the promoters that realised at the eleventh hour,they could not afford to produce this concert will do the honourable thing and refund the fans their ticket money,because it is at the MOMMENT, a popular venue amongst the Ex-pats!!!!

was at albacete with friends & 2 youngs kids - they loved it ROCKIN FUNK!! less dancing by J maybe but great!!! show - sorry for Mijas

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