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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteLady Jayne Bowie. I also have a deplorable fondness for 70's disco and Abba. Well good for you! My answer is: Singer - Bowie Band - Pet Shop Boys
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGazza Thought night 3 was the weakest of the three, to be honest. Good show without question but as I recall they'd had their end of tour party the night before and it had a 'lets get it over with' feel about it compared to nights 1 & 2. Totally agree. It had its moments but Keith was posing a lot of the time, didn't even bother with the Sympathy solo preferring to
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6 ***months ***ago
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How sad. I loved the New York Dolls. RIP.
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7 ***months ***ago
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If you listen carefully he actually sings "the size of your cockerel will get you nowhere."
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9 ***months ***ago
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Charlie's great on all albums; I remember thinking how well he played on the last one, A Bigger Bang, even though I don't listen to it anymore. If I were to pick one album it would be LA Friday.
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTravelinMan Quoterebelrebel QuoteThePaleRider QuoteTravelinMan Quotetatters Putting Ringo ahead of Buddy Rich had to have been someone's idea of a joke. Paul McCartney is a better drummer than Ringo. No he isn't. And Ringo is a fantastic drummer....subtle and nuanced. No pyrotechnics required.... Agreed. Drummers know how good Ringo and Charlie are. Others are more impressed
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteThePaleRider QuoteTravelinMan Quotetatters Putting Ringo ahead of Buddy Rich had to have been someone's idea of a joke. Paul McCartney is a better drummer than Ringo. No he isn't. And Ringo is a fantastic drummer....subtle and nuanced. No pyrotechnics required.... Agreed. Drummers know how good Ringo and Charlie are. Others are more impressed by the bombastic which is not to
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMadMetaphoricalMax ROugh and Ready is one of Bob's amazing albums - up there with the best, a work of magic, mystery and imagination, unprecedented in what it does and how Bob weaves his own myths, the ones pinned on him and the ones used by him into the larger folklore he's always drawn from, and for me, the subdued breathing of the music, yes it is pretty simple, but for for good
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteChristiaan Capture of the interview. Not great, sorry if there are some pop-ups and hickups Many thanks for posting - couldn't find it elsewhere. Nice little chat though it seems to end abruptly.
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***1 year ***ago
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I saw them only at the Rainbow in 1974, (front row), and that is how I want to remember Queen. Before they were a stadium act, which was still a great spectacle but lost something in the process.
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***1 year ***ago
rebelrebel
video:
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***1 year ***ago
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For decades it was Exile but I have more recently come to wonder if I might just prefer Let It Bleed. As noted, it can change from day to day and I think the entirety of their output from Beggars Banquet up to and including Goats Head Soup is seminal. But if I had to choose today then it's probably Let It Bleed. Just for starters it has their greatest song on it, (Gimme Shelter), but every s
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***1 year ***ago
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If it was done by anyone else we'd be saying it was a decent song with a Stonesy vibe. But no-one could do it like Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie.
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***1 year ***ago
rebelrebel
As above - I've never seen it before and enjoyed it hugely. Have subscribed to the channel too. Thanks very much for posting.
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotecrholmstrom Quotetimbernardis I think it was the Boulder Colorado show on the TOTA '75 tour that Mr. John (what's his legal name anyway?) stayed on stage in a lengthy and unwarranted fashion and wore out his welcome. plexi I'm pretty sure it's Elton Hercules John. Born Reginald Dwight. Yes, his legal name is indeed Elton Hercules John.
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***1 year ***ago
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I call BS. Though no doubt David was a very kind person. Dates would help out here but the implication that this took place while living in New York with his wife and daughter takes us to 2000 onwards when he had been many years sober and would not have been drinking a $175 bottle of wine. He moved to New York at the same time as getting sober and marrying Iman.
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***1 year ***ago
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You have to pay the postage.
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***1 year ***ago
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I've saved an awful lot of money by not buying anything from this store since 2014 when they sent the wrong shirt. The returns process is complex and expensive even when it is them who are at fault so I just took the hit and vowed never to use them again. There are plenty of other things to spend money on. Hard to think of any other website that would survive with their attitude.
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***1 year ***ago
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If the occasion was big enough, (e.g. 60th anniversary), yes. The question is would Taylor do it? I think he's burnt his bridges with them.
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***1 year ***ago
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I think the turning point was in 2014 with the death of L'Wren. Keith was clearly supportive and Mick appreciative. The on-stage relationship seems to improve with every tour to the dizzy heights we see now. I'm sure both realise that there is no point in taking three months out of your life every year at their ages to live in an awkward atmosphere. Sure they probably hardly speak outsi
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***1 year ***ago
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Quoteelmuseo The Tour is Over Thanks to all the people involved (periscopers, facebookers, instagramers etc) and specially to Green Lady and Waterrats for to be every night looking for links Long Live Rock´n´Roll Couldn't agree more. Thank you too to the Rolling Stones for making it such a great tour for us. They are in fantastic shape. I haven't seen every video of every show but
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2 ***years ***ago
rebelrebel
Kylie was a lot of fun and The Cure were magic, the perfect closer. Very trippy, very Glastonbury. That's all I watched, the likes of Stormzy and Liam Gallagher don't interest me.
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2 ***years ***ago
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Slipping Away. Just gorgeous.
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet I didn't vote. Too much BS with the vote. Me too. Give them your name and date of birth to enter a rigged vote? No thanks.
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2 ***years ***ago
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Just saw it for the second time as a friend wanted to see it. If I enjoyed it first time then second time it really knocked me out, maybe like lots of folks here were on first viewing. Maybe it takes more time for things to penetrate my dense head but anyway I really do rate it now.
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2 ***years ***ago
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^ Thing is that's only part of the story. Were you to look at the Drowned World tour you'd see a show where Madonna sang every single note live and there were some very creative things going on. I accept that it was a peak and no tour since has been anywhere near it, especially regarding the lip synching which was almost total on the last tour. I hope she doesn't try and get away w
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2 ***years ***ago
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Quotedcba "Her career had not only been about ambition"... that one is a gem! It's funny (and a bit pathetic) to see how Madonna doesn't want to face reality about her life and her career : she's a has-been, her career is dead since the late 80's but no she wants to believe (and make us believe) she's relevant. So she re-invents herself as a contemporaray a
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2 ***years ***ago
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Quotetatters Quotemjaggergirl I agree - I enjoyed it but do not need to see it again, but I would watch rhapsody again. Loved the costumes! It would make a great broadway show- or was it and I missed it? It may as well have been. Most of it seemed to me like a film adaptation of a Broadway musical. Maybe he really does think of his life and his music in those terms, but as an approach to
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2 ***years ***ago
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Quotemtaylor Is it pure play back, at the most the Spice Girls singing? No band or? They are absolutely singing live. The band are somewhere at the back of the stage like the Stones side band.
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2 ***years ***ago
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I didn't really pay attention to them first time round though I always thought Wannabe was a really great pop song. This thread prompted me to check it out from this latest tour and whilst the sound is certainly poor it's great fun and they are very professional and energetic. Looks like people had a good time.
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