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Old 06-15-2023, 02:31 PM
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Have y'all heard this? 90 minutes long. I just started watching it. Listen to the pipes on Bekka! Lord have mercy!


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Old 06-15-2023, 04:14 PM
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Have y'all heard this? 90 minutes long. I just started watching it. Listen to the pipes on Bekka! Lord have mercy!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0F5ZSxXqPQ
Where you been? I think I made a thread about this last year some time. Too stuck in the world of chiffons and Persian carpets.
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Old 06-15-2023, 05:29 PM
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Where you been? I think I made a thread about this last year some time. Too stuck in the world of chiffons and Persian carpets.
Don't judge me!

My chiffon cut my eyeball, and I was in insensitive care for a month!
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Old 06-15-2023, 05:49 PM
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My chiffon cut my eyeball, and I was in insensitive care for a month!
It cut something else!
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It cut something else!
It could lop it in half, and I'd be fine.
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OTOH, the most recent idea I’ve drunkenly had for this era would have been Mick, John, Frampton, and Agnetha Fältskog (which really wouldn’t have been realistic, since she was going through her own Christine-esq reclusive period, fear of flying and all). It still would have been an iconic ‘70s band, just not from the same entity.
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It could lop it in half, and I'd be fine.
Well that took a turn 😳

So, uh, how about that 1995 show? Who did a weirder take on the Go Your Own Way solo, Mason or Campbell? Because I think they both sucked.
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OTOH, the most recent idea I’ve drunkenly had for this era would have been Mick, John, Frampton, and Agnetha Fältskog (which really wouldn’t have been realistic, since she was going through her own Christine-esq reclusive period, fear of flying and all). It still would have been an iconic ‘70s band, just not from the same entity.
She said in the Abba: The Winner Takes It All 1999 documentary, that she even didn't listen music. The silence was necessary she said.
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Well that took a turn 😳

So, uh, how about that 1995 show? Who did a weirder take on the Go Your Own Way solo, Mason or Campbell? Because I think they both sucked.
Are you new here?

I'm not completely through it all yet. Currently listening to the weirdest Blue Letter I've ever heard, although I like it.

Okay, I just listened to GYOW. I didn't think it was bad at all? Why do you? Because he doesn't play Lindsey's solo?

I was shocked to hear Billy playing the guitar riff on Oh Well. I don't think I've ever heard him play ~ANY~ lead.
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Old 06-16-2023, 07:18 PM
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Are you new here?

I'm not completely through it all yet. Currently listening to the weirdest Blue Letter I've ever heard, although I like it.

Okay, I just listened to GYOW. I didn't think it was bad at all? Why do you? Because he doesn't play Lindsey's solo?

I was shocked to hear Billy playing the guitar riff on Oh Well. I don't think I've ever heard him play ~ANY~ lead.
I am very new!!

I like how they did Blue Letter. I think it’s a perfect song for Bekka and Billy - it’s very early era Buckingham Nicks reminiscent.

Mason’s solo on GYOW just seems to ramble and doesn’t go anywhere. I’m guessing that yes, it’s because it’s not Lindsey’s solo and is a completely different take. It just seems to wander aimlessly right from the start. Campbell stuck to Lindsey’s version for the most part but it came off absolutely terrible. For what it’s worth, the 87-90 versions were solid and definitely created more of a rock anthem type ending to the show.

I had to go back and rewatch Oh Well and it is really strange that Billy would play lead. I had to go look at a Rick era version to make sure I wasn’t losing it and that Rick played the riff back then.
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