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Quotedeeeskannnie QuoteCaptain Teague Is the Jimmy Swaggart the self righteous TV evangelist who got caught with his 'pants down' twice back in the day? If so, why is his name so prominent? Yes, it is - and: beause he's Jerry's nephew. They had/have a lot between them; and they go back a long way... He's The Killer's cousin, as is Mickey Gilley. Jimmy Lee Swa
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Forgot about Keith & Winos live at the palladium though. I can remember buying that on import many years' back now.
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I'm wondering what's next. We've had the Living In A Ghost Town single, we've had GHS remastered and reissued, and now the Steel Wheels Atlantic City set. I also purchased Voodoo Lounge Live In Japan which I love, but that was released in 2019. So, I'm wondering what's coming next ?
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I love it! It's a lot more feistier than the Tokyo performances.
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29 ***days ***ago
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While the virus is a terrible thing, it doesn't give people an excuse to behave like Nazis, which is what's happening. I run most days, trekking out for 10 miles as I'm reluctant to return to the gym. However, what I don't like is people yelling at me, from vehicles, while out running "Where's your mask ?". I'm sorry, but I wear the mask when shopping.
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Guys, Just want to know is this any good ? I've purchased it from CDJapan and am looking forward to it. Is it a good gig. I know the songs are different in some respect to Voodoo Lounge Uncut, but I love that era of The Stones, i.e Voodoo Lounge / Stripped.
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QuoteChrisL Quotedcba QuoteChrisL I was always under the impression that this was the greatest Columbo episode simply because Johnny Cash was in it! If you like stiff acting Johnny's your man! Ha, Johnny’s always my man! In fact I just finished listening to Gone Girl because of this thread. So thank you all! Gone Girl isn't too bad an album, although JC on Cajun Born is a t
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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The other song was I Saw The Light, which Johnny recorded specifically for the episode. The I Saw The Light is the Hank Williams tune, not Todd Rungren by the way. There's only one other instance of Cash returning it, and that was on The Survivors album with Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins.
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No telling how a new album with fresh product will do ? Come on, guys, get one out.
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Don't forget, guys, she was brilliant in the theatre. Her Medea by Euripides was brilliant. I saw it when I was doing my Classics degree, and she was amazing. She also appeared in a great Dr Who with her daughter, Rachael Stirling, highlighting that talent, in some instances, is genetic. Also, not forgetting a throughly underrated film, from the 1970s, Theatre of Blood with Vincent Pr
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They murdered Little Red Rooster on Dead Set. I prefer their country / folk stuff. When it gets to the blues, or blues-based rock, the Dead are lacking.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Little T & A - Shine A Light version.
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2 ***months ***ago
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I'm really looking forward to Wildflower reissued: I'm plumbing for the 5 disc set. It will set me back £140 but I love this album, and its production. It's so much better than Full Moon Fever, and the Rick Rubin influence also worked on the Johnny Cash American Recordings, made at the same time. Rick was significantly on a roll in that time, producing Wandering Spirit in 1993 f
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2 ***months ***ago
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Santana / Alice Coltrane: Illuminations. Previously it was the underrated Hours by Bowie
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I'm in Reading.......still working from home, doing enhanced due diligence and anti money laundering.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Rock & A Hard Place - Flashpoint
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2108 - Twickenham. Gold circle ticket. Loved it. Initially thought it was going to be not so great, but it really exceeded my expectations a thousand fold.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quoteslewan I always felt it is a bit strange that multi-millionaires play SFM to to more or less wealthy audiences (including me) I think Elton John passed a similar comment to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, pertaining to "Imagine no possessions". At the time, Elton saw Yoko's wardrobe and a myriad of fur coats. He also heard that John and Yoko both invested in cattle in upstate New
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Santana / Alice Coltrane - Illuminations
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2 ***months ***ago
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I've got a great book by Dylan Jones, the editor of GQ, on Live Aid. I think most of the acts on both sides of the Atlantic were on coke during Live Aid, but at least Bob Dylan instigated Farm Aid by his remarks. Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp were paying attention, thankfully. For what it's worth, Bob at Farm Aid in 1985 was an awful lot better as he had a simpatico backing band
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2 ***months ***ago
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Not half as much as Rod Stewart for Do Ya Think I'm Sexy: an awful aberration.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Nobody seems to mention his avant-garde improvisational album, End of The Game; it's a gem. Likewise, there's a preoccupation that he disappeared off the radar after Fleetwood Mac's Then Play On (1969-1970). That's totally untrue; he did some rather wonderful albums from 1979-1983, and then resumed with the Splinter Group in the late 90s. He still made some excellent music.
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QuoteChrisMahavishnu I'm Chris, and i'm also a big fan of jazz fusion, in particular the work of John McLaughlin and his band the Mahavishnu Orchestra. What one ? The Billy Cobham, Rick Laird, Jerry Goodman era, or the post Trident Sessions, Apocalypse era ?
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotegrzegorz67 Quotetomcasagranda It's my real name truncated. My real name is Thomas Casagranda. I live in Reading, Berkshire, UK. I hold a Masters in the reception of the Ancient World, a summa cum laude BA First class degree in Classics. I work for a large US-based company called Verizon, which I love, and I'm pushing 50. There ya go. Ha! I'm 40 miles along the M4 in a vil
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2 ***months ***ago
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It also explains why I love Voodoo Lounge and Bridges to Babylon: I was at uni when them two came out, and still listen to them.
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QuoteSonofHarlemShuffler Quotetomcasagranda It's my real name truncated. My real name is Thomas Casagranda. I live in Reading, Berkshire, UK. I hold a Masters in the reception of the Ancient World, a summa cum laude BA First class degree in Classics. I work for a large US-based company called Verizon, which I love, and I'm pushing 50. There ya go. Are you the only person on the pla
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2 ***months ***ago
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Here's the Green Manalishi
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotejbwelda Oh, ok, I had that mixed up then. And yeah you can buy Brussels on cd without buying the expensive Japanese one, but you still have to buy the semi-expensive super deluxe cd set to get it. If you just want Brussels, probably be better off buying the Japanese Marquee show that includes it. jb The sad thing is I have the Japanese Marquee / Brussels deluxe, but still want a sing
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2 ***months ***ago
tomcasagranda
It's my real name truncated. My real name is Thomas Casagranda. I live in Reading, Berkshire, UK. I hold a Masters in the reception of the Ancient World, a summa cum laude BA First class degree in Classics. I work for a large US-based company called Verizon, which I love, and I'm pushing 50. There ya go.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Bit sordid; maybe this thread should be closed down. Not a fan of prurience.
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