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Old 07-02-2007, 09:28 PM   #61
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Yeah, Rod was great. I wouldn't mind seeing him in concert, provided he signed a statement saying he wouldn't be singing any of the crap from his recent "standards" albums.

I'd completely forgotten about his song "Baby Jane" - I had just picked up a used copy of his greatest hits, and was so pleased to be reminded of that song. And then he did it yesterday at the concert! I love little coincidences like that.
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Old 07-02-2007, 10:48 PM   #62
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Rod Stewart was my 1st concert ever....*shows my age

It was in the Maggie May days!
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lucky you!! I saw him a couple of years ago at the Hollywood Bowl with Ron Wood! I was bored by the 'standards' (40s/50s), but loved all the old stuff
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Rod was great. So was Nelly Furtado, Lilly Allen, Duran Duran. P.Diddy was great too. At first I thought it wasn't a good idea to have him in the concert, but his performance was amazing!
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I'm going to be the first one to say it: I don't get it.
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what don't you get?
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Great montage with a great Queen song
I think you're referring to These Are the Days of Our Lives? I saw that, right at the end of the NBC special. So moving, with the weight of that song playing behind the pictures of Diana as a child. I actually just saw the original Queen video a few weeks ago, and it's pretty gripping, seeing Freddie in his declining days Just makes you think about the fragility of life, in general.

I'm not a royal-watcher at all, but at least Diana tried to make a difference with her life and causes. I didn't catch all of the concert performances, but I thought Duran Duran were great
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