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Old 08-15-2012, 10:44 PM   #961
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I've seen Jack five times, once with Meg and twice each Raconteurs and Dead Weather. Our generation has so few Rock Stars™ that it's always a nice treat.
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Jack White is one artist who continues to elude me. Aside from Seven Nation Army, Hardest Button and a handful of tunes that have been on people's DI lists I've not heard much. What I have obviously hasn't captivated me.
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:54 PM   #964
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A bisexual woman on ecstasy kissed me when I told her she was sitting in my seat at a Dead Weather show.
Ha! How did I ever miss that story. When I saw them in Brooklyn there did seem to be an ecstasy vibe in the crowd. Wiccans on ecstasy or something. It was not your average rock & roll crowd.
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Fucking hell. If the casket has three huge chains around it, with giant padlocks, wouldn't you think twice about prying it open?
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:55 PM   #966
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I've seen Jack five times, once with Meg and twice each Raconteurs and Dead Weather. Our generation has so few a Rock Stars™ that it's always a nice treat.
Make that twice with Meg and once solo, and we could be twins.

Except you're a guy. And a lot younger than me.

But still.
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Ha! How did I ever miss that story. When I saw them in Brooklyn there did seem to be an ecstasy vibe in the crowd. Wiccans on ecstasy or something. It was not your average rock & roll crowd.
Rowdy as fuck.

I'm still not typing straight, so I'm going to go give the dog her medicine.
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Fucking hell. If the casket has three huge chains around it, with giant padlocks, wouldn't you think twice about prying it open?
Are you alone? Do you want me to call somebody?
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The dog is here. She'll make them give her cookies.
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:01 PM   #970
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I like Jack White, have a couple of White Stripes albums, respect him immensely, and love his guitar playing. I've just never managed to fall in love with his music and become very passionate about it. I'm sure if I saw him live, that would change immediately.
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I like Jack White, have a couple of White Stripes albums, respect him immensely, and love his guitar playing. I've just never managed to fall in love with his music and become very passionate about it. I'm sure if I saw him live, that would change immediately.
I feel sort of similar. I do like him a lot. Love to rock out in the car listening to anything he's done. But I don't feel passionate about it.

Although I loved The White Stripes. I just haven't forgiven them for canceling their last tour the day before they were to play here. I had 8th row seats. The tickets and earplugs were on the table by the front door. Then they broke up.
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I like Jack White, have a couple of White Stripes albums, respect him immensely, and love his guitar playing. I've just never managed to fall in love with his music and become very passionate about it. I'm sure if I saw him live, that would change immediately.
I'm in the same boat. I've listened to a ton of his stuff and while I hold him in high regard, I can't say that I actually love the listening experience. I know it's on me cos he's so talented, but, it is what it is....and I did see him live, albeit with a project I like least of all his stuff, and it didn't blow me away. I wish I liked him more.
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:14 PM   #974
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I really like this song. When I was at the Pilgrim Centre in India, I listened to the five Seals and Crofts songs I bought repeatedly. They are so soothing without being pablum.

I used to watch Midnight Special religiously.


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I love that song. A remix of it has popped up on a few Facebook feeds the last few days but I prefer the original.
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