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Old 09-20-2023, 09:55 PM
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But, you love that Over and Over made it, no?
I donít hate it, although Iíd rather have had ďThink About MeĒ for something like this. I also canít stand the overdubbed parts. The rehearsal video version blows the Live version away.
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Did they play IKINW in 79-80? For whatever reason I thought that one didnít get unearthed until SYW.
From the Tusk rehearsals.

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I will always love when it was just the five of them onstage.
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I remember that sort of quote, but I think it was "What Makes You Think"
I think the quote was right but it was not Chris that said it. It was Stevie. She said that during Tusk rehearsals she would play piano during Sara and taught Chris a few licks. After the full version of Sara she said her hands and fingers were like baked ziti (not spaghetti). She said she had to curtail any tambourine playing the rest of the day.
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But was it played at concerts? I was looking for 1979/80 shows with IKINW and only find 2 dates with this song included in the set list, but both at "unknown venue" so I guess it was the rehearsals.

https://www.setlist.fm/song/fleetwoo...g-3d631cb.html

Since once I read this website is not 100% reliable, I ask if anybody actually saw IkINW in the Tusk tour?
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I donít hate it, although Iíd rather have had ďThink About MeĒ for something like this. I also canít stand the overdubbed parts. The rehearsal video version blows the Live version away.
I agree. I love the rehearsal video. It's so good.
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I think the quote was right but it was not Chris that said it. It was Stevie. She said that during Tusk rehearsals she would play piano during Sara and taught Chris a few licks. After the full version of Sara she said her hands and fingers were like baked ziti (not spaghetti). She said she had to curtail any tambourine playing the rest of the day.
She also played piano on WMYTYTO
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Being in the Army is tough.

$he's such a good soldier.

$he's as full of sh*t as a Christmas goose. Idiot.
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Being in the Army is tough.

$he's such a good soldier.

$he's as full of sh*t as a Christmas goose. Idiot.
Stevie told Karen to tell Christine to tell Mick to keep Bob out of the Hall of Fame.
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Stevie told Karen to tell Christine to tell Mick to keep Bob out of the Hall of Fame.
On the Golden Girls, remember when they'd occasionally "show" what was going on inside Rose's head, and it would just be nonsensical gibberish?

I'd imagine that's what being inside $tevie's head is like...
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I think the quote was right but it was not Chris that said it. It was Stevie. She said that during Tusk rehearsals she would play piano during Sara and taught Chris a few licks. After the full version of Sara she said her hands and fingers were like baked ziti (not spaghetti). She said she had to curtail any tambourine playing the rest of the day.
She taught Chris something on a piano? Lord
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$he's full blown delusional crazy.
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It was a joke.
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It was a joke.
Sorry
I knew you were joking. I mean....
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