He opens up with 45 minutes of solo stuff, including the brilliant "Everyday", and a couple of new songs. Then the main event, with FULL versions of Firth of Fifth, Musical Box and Aisle of Plenty bolted onto the end of Cinema Show . You will not be disappointed. The only downer, was the ruination of I Know What I Like (I had a feeling they'd ruin it), when they turned the middle bit into a glorified "jazz club" session, probably to keep the wind man's involvement up.
I watched the interview from our Phil and was sad to see how much him dying and being resurrected, willy nilly, had taken its toll. He looked really frail and my heart went out to him. He didnt look as if he could get on a tour bus, never mind a stage. I wish him well trying.