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Old 03-14-2019, 11:51 PM
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Since the Dance, it's been a combination of a little play that they do onstage during certain songs, like Landslide and the Chain, where they act out their little erotic glances and glares, and a genuine sense of musical and historical connection, and because that connection is so old, it can't help feeling deep and abiding.

But the next day when the concert's over and the stage lights are off, it's a cold splash of water when Lindsey pounds on the wall because you're playing your JT songs too loudly.

It's a fractious connection; it's like two powerful horses tethered together, both magnificent, but always trying to yank away from each other.
Yeah, you were on a stage somewhere with this same person in 1968. That has got to make you feel something, even if its not deep and abiding love.

Now, I dont think I have ever seen them look at each other erotically, but looks of understanding, synchronicity, even though if its just about stage cues.

Then, they step off stage and its over.

When the stage is dead and empty
And the band had all gone home
When the lights go out what's it
All about sitting there on your own.
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Old 03-15-2019, 12:11 AM
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i still think her crying then was about something or other completely different than whatever all fans speculate.
i don't think she was crying about anything related to the song or the moment either. but i don't like watching that video and refuse to because i think that's one of the only 100% genuine moments they had.

and the Wiltern stuff seemed pretty sincere
though, if any of you were there and feel differently, please expound
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Old 03-15-2019, 12:25 AM
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It's a fractious connection; it's like two powerful horses tethered together, both magnificent, but always trying to yank away from each other.
More like a tug of war. You always put the
heaviest person on the end. Stevie's side won.
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Old 03-15-2019, 01:30 AM
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except now she's acting it out with Neil, and that's just totally mucked up.

In fact, she's be re-enacting the Landslide performance from The Dance with any guitar player she can find. That has always grossed me out.
Now you have me envisioning a grizzled street corner guitarist, hoping that passersby will toss a few bills into the open case at his feet, when all of a sudden Stevie Reeboks up on him and tries to share a Landslide moment.
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Old 03-15-2019, 07:05 AM
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Now you have me envisioning a grizzled street corner guitarist, hoping that passersby will toss a few bills into the open case at his feet, when all of a sudden Stevie Reeboks up on him and tries to share a Landslide moment.
Hahahahaha, now that's really funny!!

Stevie goes all Steven Tyler!!!!!!!
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Old 03-16-2019, 02:43 AM
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Everyone is so eager to burn the witch. maybe if Lindsey had just beaten her more or choked her out more or taken even more credit for her songs than he does already.....she wouldn't be so quick to react. I love LB, he's a genius. but he is a ****ing dick. He's a very talented man, but an asshole.
and frankly, the 3 brits could have said , "Stevie STFU! Calm down, oi!"
They are not that stupid to be bullied by her. They want the cash. I doubt John wanted to deal with him anymore. Mick has always been a hypocritical reactionary drama queen. he loves this ****.
she probably regrets it, but mid-tour you want her to be like , "i am sorry my voiceless, abusive ex lover. i caused yr hereditary cardiac issues! i told the doc to give you a tracheotomy so that you would have a voice like mine.....devoid of tone or warmth......this tour is a mistake, please forgive me America ....please go away you other two. you will never be my Lindsey...." give me a break. and who really wants buck/nicks remastered and finally released. LB would tweak and make it sound like ****. their tv appearances would be embarrassing.
he is a woman beater who refused to support his woman. he just wanted to play his guitar, hang out with waddy or olsen and talk about pussy while his old lady slung tables and scrubbed toilets. and then he wanted to **** around. "why can't the bitch accept that?? stevie take off yr shirt and show some titties! that sells records.....bitch".
sorry for the swearing.
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Old 03-16-2019, 07:39 AM
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Nice way of wasting their 6th post in 8 years.

Theyre all self absorb idiots.... but Stevie is a Queen. And a victim.
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