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Besetzung & Setlist von New Model Army im Palladium, Köln 2006Dezember spielen New Model Army wieder eines ihrer legendäre Weihnachtskonzerte in Köln. Bereits zum Mal kommt die Band in der. The Ballad Of Bodmin Pill Vagabonds White Coats Purity Green & Grey Long Goodbye Get Me Out New Model Army in Köln + Datum/Uhrzeit Dezember 11+12, Uhr. Veranstaltungsort Palladium Köln. NEW MODEL ARMY –.
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From today, customers outside the UK will only be able to choose a tracked shipping service which, while a bit more expensive, should at least mean that we can locate missing items.
We will have news of new releases soon and, like everyone else, we are counting the days until live gigs are happening again Stay well everybody… On another note - here are links to a couple of interesting albums of NMA songs in Swedish recorded by Oskar Wigren.
These are free for everybody to download and listen to. Over the last few weeks, unbeknownst to us, a number of our fans have been raising money to help the band and our crew, through these troubled times of no live work and to celebrate 40 years of our music.
Today, completely unexpectedly, a very large amount of money has been passed on to us and we can only say a very big thank you, and salute the extraordinary generosity of everyone who gave.
We will do our best to use this money in as appropriate way as possible, in particular to help our crew people past and present. If anyone wants to make a further donation, there are a number of support groups for struggling road-crew and small venues in danger of collapse and we would point people in these directions.
New Model Army are an English post-punk band from Bradford, West Yorkshire, consisting of Justin Sullivan, Michael Dean, Dean White, Marshall Gill and Ceri Monger.
New Model Army will be performing 2 events in Cologne between Friday 17th December and Saturday 18th December at the Palladium Koln.
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Fri Dec 17 Cologne , Germany. View Tickets. UK 13 1 Wo. DE 22 13 Wo. UK 43 2 Wo. Better Than Them. UK 49 2 Wo. White Coats. UK 50 3 Wo. Living in the Rose: The Ballads.
UK 51 1 Wo. The Price The Price EP. UK 98 1 Wo. No Rest No Rest For The Wicked. UK 28 5 Wo. Brave New World. UK 57 3 Wo. UK 71 2 Wo.
B-Seite: Ten Commandments. Poison Street The Ghost Of Cain. UK 64 2 Wo. Stupid Questions Thunder and Consolation. UK 31 3 Wo. Vagabonds Thunder and Consolation.
UK 37 3 Wo. Green and Grey Thunder and Consolation. B-Seite: The Charge Live. Get Me Out Impurity. UK 34 3 Wo. Purity Impurity.
UK 61 2 Wo. Space Live Raw Melody Men. UK 39 2 Wo. B-Seite: Family Life Live. Here Comes the War The Love of Hopeless Causes.
The storming party were sometimes offered cash payments, as this was a very risky job. Once the forlorn hope established a foothold in the enemy position, the infantry followed them with their more cumbersome pikes and matchlock muskets.
In , Okey's dragoons were converted into a regiment of horse. It appears that after that date, unregimented companies of dragoons raised from the Militia and other sources were attached to the regiments of horse and foot as required.
This was the case at the Battle of Dunbar on 3 September The Regiments of Foot consisted of ten companies, in which musketeers and pikemen were mixed, at least on the march.
Seven companies consisted of one hundred soldiers, plus officers, specialists and so on, and were commanded by captains. The other three companies were nominally commanded by the regiment's colonel, lieutenant colonel and major, and were stronger , and ordinary soldiers respectively.
The regiments of foot were provided with red coats. Red was chosen because uniforms were purchased competitively from the lowest bidder, and Venetian red was the least expensive dye.
In time, they became the official "facing" colour. The colonel's company's standard was plain, the lieutenant colonel's had a cross of Saint George in the upper corner nearest the staff, the major's had a "flame" issuing from the cross, and the captains' standards had increasing numbers of heraldic decorations, such as roundels or crosses to indicate their seniority.
The New Model Army always had two musketeers for each pikeman,  though depictions of battles show them present in equal numbers.
For most siege work, or for any action in wooded or rough country, the musketeer was generally more useful and versatile. Musketeers were often detached from their regiments, or "commanded", for particular tasks.
Pikemen, when fully equipped, wore a pot helmet , back- and breastplates over a buff coat, and often also armoured tassets to protect the upper legs.
They carried a sixteen-foot pike, and a sword. The heavily burdened pikeman usually dictated the speed of the Army's movement. They were frequently ordered to discard the tassets, and individual soldiers were disciplined for sawing a foot or two from the butts of their pikes,  although senior officers were recommended to make the men accustomed to marching with heavy loads by regular route marches.
In irregular fighting in Ireland, the New Model temporarily gave up the pike. They also led the infantry advance against enemy foot units, when things came to push of pike.
The musketeers wore no armour, at least by the end of the Civil War,  although it is not certain that none had iron helmets at the beginning.
They wore a bandolier from which were suspended twelve wooden containers, each with a ball and measured charge of powder for their matchlock muskets.
These containers are sometimes referred to as the "Twelve Apostles". By the time that they reached the front rank again, they should have reloaded and been prepared to fire.
At close quarters, there was often no time for musketeers to reload, and they used their musket butts as clubs. They carried swords , but these were often of inferior quality, and ruined by use for cutting firewood.
The establishment of the New Model Army's artillery varied over time, and the artillery was administered separately from the Horse and Foot.
At the Army's formation, Thomas Hammond brother of Colonel Robert Hammond who commanded a Regiment of Foot was appointed Lieutenant General of the Ordnance.
The establishment of the New Model also included at least two companies of "firelocks" or fusiliers , who wore " tawny coats" instead of red,  commanded initially by Major John Desborough.
The artillery was used to most effect in sieges , where its role was to blast breaches in fortifications for the infantry to assault. Cromwell and the other commanders of the Army were not trained in siege warfare and generally tried to take fortified towns by storm rather than go through the complex and time-consuming process of building earthworks and trenches around it so that batteries of cannon could be brought close to the walls to pound it into surrender.
The Army generally performed well when storming fortifications, for example at the siege of Drogheda , but paid a heavy price at Clonmel when Cromwell ordered them to attack a well-defended breach.
The New Model did not use tents, instead being quartered in whatever buildings houses, barns etc. In , their tents were each for six men, a file, who carried the tents in parts.
The Army took the field in late April or May, After an attempt to raise the Siege of Taunton was abandoned, the Army began a Siege of Oxford , sending a detachment of one regiment of cavalry and four of infantry to reinforce the defenders of Taunton.
After the Royalists captured Leicester , Fairfax was ordered to leave Oxford and march north to confront the King's army.
On 14 June, the New Model Army destroyed King Charles' smaller but veteran army at the Battle of Naseby.
Leaving the Scots and locally raised forces to contain the King, the New Model Army marched into the west country, where they destroyed the remaining Royalist field army at Langport on 10 July.
Thereafter, they reduced the Royalist fortresses in the west and south of England. The last fortress in the west surrendered in early , shortly before Charles surrendered himself to a Scottish army and hostilities ended.
Having won the First Civil War , the soldiers became discontented with the Long Parliament , for several reasons. Firstly, they had not been paid regularly — pay was weeks in arrears — and on the end of hostilities, the conservative MPs in Parliament wanted to either disband the Army or send them to fight in Ireland without addressing the issue of back pay.
Secondly, the Long Parliament refused to grant the soldiers amnesty from prosecution for any criminal acts they had been ordered to commit in the Civil War.
The soldiers demanded indemnity as several soldiers were hanged after the war for crimes such as stealing horses for use by the cavalry regiments.
Thirdly, seeing that most Parliamentarians wanted to restore the King without major democratic reforms or religious freedom, [b] many soldiers asked why they had risked their lives in the first place, a sentiment that was strongly expressed by their elected representatives.
Two representatives, called Agitators, were elected from each regiment. The Agitators, with two officers from each regiment and the Generals, formed a new body called the Army Council.
At a meeting "rendezvous" held near Newmarket, Suffolk on 4 June this council issued "A Solemne Engagement of the Army, under the Command of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax" to Parliament on 8 June making their concerns known, and also detailing the constitution of the Army Council so that Parliament would understand that the discontent was Army wide and had the support of both officers and other ranks.
This Engagement was read out to the Army at a general Army rendezvous on 5 June. Having come into contact with ideas from the radical movement called the Levellers , the troops of the Army proposed a revolutionary new constitution named the Agreement of the People , which called for almost universal male suffrage, electoral boundary reform, power to rest with a Parliament elected by the people every two years, religious freedom, and an end to imprisonment for debt.
Increasingly concerned at the failure to pay their wages and by political manoeuvrings by King Charles I and by some in Parliament, the army marched slowly towards London over the next few months.
In late October and early November at the Putney Debates , the Army debated two different proposals. The first was the Agreement of the People ; the other was the Heads of Proposals , put forward by Henry Ireton for the Army Council.
This constitutional manifesto included the preservation of property rights and would maintain the privileges of the gentry.
At the Putney Debates, it was agreed to hold three further rendezvous. The army remained under control and intact, so it was able to take the field when the Second English Civil War broke out in July The New Model Army routed English royalist insurrections in Surrey and Kent , and in Wales , before crushing a Scottish invasion force at the Battle of Preston in August.
Many of the Army's radicals now called for the execution of the King, whom they called " Charles Stuart, that man of blood ". The majority of the Grandees realised that they could neither negotiate a settlement with Charles I, nor trust him to refrain from raising another army to attack them, so they came reluctantly to the same conclusion as the radicals: they would have to execute him.
After the Long Parliament rejected the Army's Remonstrance [c] by to 58, the Grandees decided to reconstitute Parliament so that it would agree with the Army's position.
On 6 December , Colonel Thomas Pride instituted Pride's Purge and forcibly removed from the House of Commons all those who were not supporters of the religious independents and the Grandees in the Army.
The much-reduced Rump Parliament passed the necessary legislation to try Charles I. He was found guilty of high treason by the 59 Commissioners and beheaded on 30 January Now that the twin pressures of Royalism and those in the Long Parliament who were hostile to the Army had been defeated, the divisions in the Army present in the Putney Debates resurfaced.
Cromwell, Ireton, Fairfax and the other Grandees were not prepared to countenance the Agitators' proposals for a revolutionary constitutional settlement.
This eventually brought the Grandees into conflict with those elements in the New Model Army who did.
During , there were three mutinies over pay and political demands. The first involved infantrymen of Colonel John Hewson 's regiment, who declared that they would not serve in Ireland until the Levellers' programme had been realised.
They were cashiered without arrears of pay, which was the threat that had been used to quell the mutiny at the Corkbush Field rendezvous.
In the Bishopsgate mutiny , soldiers of the regiment of Colonel Edward Whalley stationed in Bishopsgate , in London, made demands similar to those of Hewson's regiment.
They were ordered out of London. Less than two weeks later, there was a larger mutiny involving several regiments over pay and political demands.News Tour Shop The Band Biography Interviews Absent Friends Art Music Discography Studio Albums Live Albums Compilation Albums Singles And EP's Video and DVD's Justin Sullivan Videos Lyrics Forum Links The Archive Red Sky Coven Tommy Stock Useful Links Contact us. Stay well everyone. If anyone wants to make a further donation, there are a number of support groups for struggling road-crew and small Supergirl Ganze Folge in danger of Dana Vávrová and we would point people in these directions. This will probably not come as a great surprise. New Model Army - 40th Anniversary // Köln. Public · Hosted by New Model Army and E. L. Hartz Promotion GmbH. clock. Saturday, December 18, at PM – PM UTC+ pin. E-Werk & Palladium Köln. Schanzenstraße 37, Cologne, Germany. Show Map. Hide Map. Live Music Venue +49 [email protected] The New Model Army of England was formed in by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in after the optimuskonveksi.com differed from other armies in the series of civil wars referred to as the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in that it was intended as an army liable for service anywhere in the country (including in Scotland and Ireland), rather than being tied to a Commander-in-Chief: Thomas Fairfax, George Monck.