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Old 09-26-2005, 11:54 AM   #16
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Does he still do that wobbly head thingy? That drives me nuts.
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Old 05-26-2006, 09:46 AM   #17
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his new single slow motion sounds alright , its released sometime in june so heads up for that , cant believe alibi finished so low in the uk charts (73) , i loved it.
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Does he still do that wobbly head thingy? That drives me nuts.
Me too.
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going to see him play on 19th june...iv not really heard much of his music to be honest but i was curious so i bought tickets.

ha that comment about the wobbly head made me laugh as once i told my mate i was going to see him he wouldnt shut up about the wobbly head and i had no idea what he was on about!
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going to see him play on 19th june...iv not really heard much of his music to be honest but i was curious so i bought tickets.

ha that comment about the wobbly head made me laugh as once i told my mate i was going to see him he wouldnt shut up about the wobbly head and i had no idea what he was on about!
omg i wish i could go , i wanan see him badly . please take some pictures !!
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omg i wish i could go , i wanan see him badly . please take some pictures !!
seeing him in Hull, thats not too far from manchester...hour an a half/2 hours maybe?

dont think its sold out...
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not really heard much of his music to be honest
He's a bit of a one-trick pony, vocals-wise.
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He's a bit of a one-trick pony, vocals-wise.
yeah he is lol , i still love him.

he's a rareity actually though , not many singers/muscians play their on instruments during the recording process.

he's good on the keys and alright with the guitar
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I have tickets for the Aug. 3rd Red Rocks show.
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Not that I'm comparing the two, but

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He's a bit of a one-trick pony, vocals-wise.
The same could be said of Bob Dylan.

Back OT, I really like this album. The first time I heard Ain't No Love I had to put it on repeat for about 4 plays. Beautiful song.
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Re: Not that I'm comparing the two, but

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The same could be said of Bob Dylan.

Back OT, I really like this album. The first time I heard Ain't No Love I had to put it on repeat for about 4 plays. Beautiful song.
Woah woah woah, you used the words 'Bob' and 'Dylan' in the same sentence as other human words, and on an internet forum?

We should not speak of Him so in such lowly circumstances.
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