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Old 08-24-2005, 10:29 AM   #106
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Ditto all of this .

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Old 08-24-2005, 02:51 PM   #108
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A bit of CH live action boys & girls.

http://s8.ysi.com/d.aspx?id=2EOIDY6D1WPB60FTZIZCWEFQZW
Is this anything I have, Tim?
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A bit of CH live action boys & girls.
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Is this anything I have, Tim?
It's the Recurring Dream Limited Edition Live Disc...

So if your copy of RD was 2 discs (this one was blue and the normal one was red) then you have it... if not - it's new.
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I just listened to it once, very nice tim

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It's the Recurring Dream Limited Edition Live Disc...

So if your copy of RD was 2 discs (this one was blue and the normal one was red) then you have it... if not - it's new.
Ah! Cool! I do not have the 2 disc version . I shall be listening to this shortly.

You are a good person .

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Audeince Viewpoint Time is so good... its from Paul's last show in Atlanta when he left the band with 1 hours notice.

I love the line... "If you do I Got You tonight the whole world will just be a great place"
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It's the Recurring Dream Limited Edition Live Disc...

So if your copy of RD was 2 discs (this one was blue and the normal one was red) then you have it... if not - it's new.
In that case, let me say WOOHOO NEW STUFF!

(Wish I'd known there was a 2CD version ...)
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The ending to "Hole In The River" was cool! I've not heard many live versions of that song, but the ones I have heard have always been really good, and this one was no exception. They were just playing the hell out of the song there for a bit towards the end, weren't they?

God, I wish I could've seen these guys live...

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Hole In The River.

There is a Neil Solo version from Abbey Road studios as a request where its just him on a piano... its moving as well... but that Live version (and the segue from LYTTDID) is just amazing.
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Hole In The River.

There is a Neil Solo version from Abbey Road studios as a request where its just him on a piano... its moving as well... but that Live version (and the segue from LYTTDID) is just amazing.
. I'll have to hear that solo version, too. I love the piano/keyboards/whatever in that song.

I liked the version of "Whispers And Moans" I heard earlier! That was awesome. "It's all about the whispers, and the moans..." LOL .

Course, I just love that song anyway, so....

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Whispers rules all live... that last tag at the end... "We are mirrors of each other in an age of suspicion...'

BTW... How much is There Goes God live?
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Whispers rules all live... that last tag at the end... "We are mirrors of each other in an age of suspicion...'
...

Just listened to "Sister Madly". That. Kicked. Ass. LOL. That was great!

The audience participation bit you referred to earlier was funny, too. "Get rid of everyone but Crowded House!". Also, the lady who said "New Zealand sucks!"...uh...I'm sure Neil appreciated that....

Also, I just want to say I love these guys' accents . It's fun to hear them talk.

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What do you mean?

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Also, I just want to say I love these guys' accents . It's fun to hear them talk.
When it comes to Neil, what accent?
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