Roger waters

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  1. bonnybobbypark

    bonnybobbypark Well-Known Member

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    I've dropped 3 years too! Does the same rule apply regarding weight? I would like to be as heavy as the woman I feel please.
     
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    Just read the threads and funny how the lower you look the subject always gets to women.

    Best live performance Sunderland 1973
     
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    Best live performance was Faith No More supporting the Red Hot Chilli Peppers at the UEA in ???? Christ - I can't even think what the year was.
     
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  4. bonnybobbypark

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    The true sign of a great night! Even the YEAR is a blur!
     
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  5. MrRAWhite

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    Showaddywaddy 1976: Sunderland Empire....Pure rock and roll...<party><party>
     
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  6. biggeordiedave

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    I've seen a load of great bands, but alot of the older ones were probably anywhere between 20 and 40 years past their prime. They've all been amazing live, but I can't help think bands like Motorhead would've been better in the 70's.
     
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    Saw lots of brilliant live groups in the 60's & 70's, when the biggest and best in the land appeared all over the region with such regularity, but the most memorable performance ever was Johnny Cash at the Sands in Carlisle with June Carter and Kris Kristofferson - 1982 I think.

    Absolutely amazing!
     
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    Johnny Cash: now you're talking class..<ok>
     
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  9. Argus

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    RAW,

    I've seen lots of live top-class 'turns' -from the Stones to Pavarotti - but Johnny Cash was truly pure magic.
     
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    That's why I got one 16 years younger than me!!
     
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    Stone the Crows - Queen Elizabeth Hall - 1972, I think. Maggie Bell - what a ****ing load of woman she was!!!
     
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    Ken Dodd, Central Pier, Blackpool. Ah Happiness, Happiness!
     
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  13. MrRAWhite

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    Can we not just stone the Magpies instead..:emoticon-0112-wonde
     
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    Meatloaf brilliant at working a crowd. & remember I'd do anything for love (I'm sick of black and white)
     
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    I'm going to see Roger Waters next saturday in Manchester - It'll be the first concert I've ever been to, and it looks like it's going to be amazing! Apparently, Gilmour was only doing one concert, I wish I could have seen this live...

     
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    Paul Rogers at Newcastle City Hall and Glasgow Barrowlands backed by Jason Bonham's band with my stepson on Bass and Steve Lutheka of Toto on guitar.
     
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    16 year old and you like Pink Floyd ? I'm impressed.
    I will let you know how it goes.
     
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    Ozzy & sabbath at the city hall or the stones at a skunk palace
     
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  19. Steven Royston O'Neill

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    by far the best reply mate
     
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    Seen this show the first time round back in the early 80's at Earls Court and I have to say it was unbelievable. Thought I was in a dream (nothing to to do with the air being thick with waccy baccy smoke, although it was) Got goosepimples when Dave Gilmour was playing comfortably numb guitar solo on top of the wall. Got tickets for Birmingham and Manchester, can't wait
     
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