B'z SHOWCASE 2008 -Kiyotake ACTION-
|B'z SHOWCASE 2008 -Kiyotake ACTION-|
|SHOWCASE by B'z|
As is usual with the showcase concerts, B'z played a number of older and more obscure songs. One of these, Soredemo Kimi ni wa Modorenai, despite being released on IN THE LIFE back in 1991, had never been played live prior to this show.
- B'z: Tak Matsumoto (GUITAR), Koshi Inaba (VOCALS)
- Support Members: Shane Gaalaas (DRUMS), Barry Sparks (BASS), Takanobu Masuda (KEYBOARDS)
The ending music played while the band left the stage at this concert was Kibou no Uta, a song that had not been released at the time. It would be released just three months later as the 3rd beat to the band's 45th single, BURN -Fumetsu no Face-.
- Junjou ACTION
- Kuroi Seishun
- Perfect Life
- ONE ON ONE
- Kimi no Naka de Odoritai
- FRIDAY MIDNIGHT BLUE
- Sore Demo Kimi ni wa Modorenai
- Warui Yume
- HOMETOWN BOYS' MARCH
- Traveling Men no Theme
- ROCK man
- Out Of Control
- FRICTION -LAP 2-
- SUPER LOVE SONG
Ending SE: Kibou no Uta
2008.01.25 Kiyotake Cultural Center
This show was never released in full on any home video medium.
"ACTION" tracks ・・・ Twelve of the seventeen album tracks performed (FRICTION, SUPER LOVE SONG, and Eien no Tsubasa had all been played at the 2007 showcase).
Kimi no Naka de Odoritai ・・・2nd single (1989) / First performance in seventeen years, since 1991.
LADY-GO-ROUND ・・・3rd single (1990) / First performance in eighteen years, since 1990.
FRIDAY MIDNIGHT BLUE ・・・4th album 「RISKY」 (1990) / First performance in sixteen years, since 1992.
Soredemo Kimi ni wa Modorenai ・・・5th album 「IN THE LIFE」 (1991) / Debut live performance.
Hi ・・・24th single B-side 「Samayoeru Aoi Dangan」 (1998), 「B'z The "Mixture"」 (2000) / First performance in ten years, since 1998.
ROCK man ・・・30th single 「ultra soul」3rd Beat (2001) / First performance in one year, since 2007.
Out Of Control ・・・6th album 「RUN」 (1992) / First performance in one year, since 2007.
MOVE ・・・19th single 「Mienai Chikara ~INVISIBLE ONE~/MOVE」2nd Beat) / First performance in five years, since 2003.