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Old 01-05-2004, 01:00 PM   #61
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T minus 20 days. I have not heard live music in months.

ican'twaitforthisshow.com
26 days here and, ditto.
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I'm getting SO excited for these shows...for tim burgess opening too, despite the questionable quality of his solo attempt He IS tim burgess though, so he gets my love.

I'm hoping for a jumping, kicking James Walsh, footstomping, spikyhaired Stel, smiling, suave Ben, and...well...THERE Barry.

soonsoonsoon...
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i'm going to see them on the 17th in toronto. can't wait...should be a good show.
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I think there are a few people from the Starsailor message board going to the Toronto show. I know of at least one person who will be going.
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I've got a Lullabye in my head now.

Tell me about Tim Burgess.
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hey, if you're in NYC, a group of us are getting together before the show on the 22nd. Can't wait! and not to sound like a moron, but is the album out in the US yet?
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I think there are a few people from the Starsailor message board going to the Toronto show. I know of at least one person who will be going.
and me! Now you know two people!
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Not out in the US yet - on the 27th of January

I really hope they cover Streets in DC
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Oh, I know...I nearly passed out when they did that...then when they covered 'All I want is You' at ULU... Anyway, that would be wonderful. I've also heard them do a great cover of Neil Young's 'Needle and the Damage Done'


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Tell me about Tim Burgess.
Oh, wow...how to tell about tim...his solo attempt or him in general? He's the lead singer of the Charlatans. ( ) and one of the most entertaining lead singers around. Even when he's too high to be coherent on stage, his dancing alone is captivating. He tried to do a solo attempt (his wife is american and lives in CA so he spends a lot of time in the states I guess). The solo stuff is very influenced by american music, it seems...a bit of a delve into country. Anyway, he's such a legend in british music that even though his solo stuff at gigs isn't quite up to the charlatans level (in my opinion), everyone still absolutely adores him. (from what i saw at a gig megan and i went to anyway)

*contemplates whether I should wear the 'who the is tim burgess' shirt...
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"Tim, can I have a word with you? TIM! Can I have a word with you?"



Yes, Tim Burgess's solo effort may not be all that great, but I would (and did!) still pay to see him dance around on stage for a while....and smile........
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"Tim, can I have a word with you? TIM! Can I have a word with you?"

Classic.

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Yes, Tim Burgess's solo effort may not be all that great, but I would (and did!) still pay to see him dance around on stage for a while....and smile........
Definitely. I realized I probably sounded too negative. I actually bought the cd at an exchange shop. Listening to it, I've realized that there are a few songs I really do like. It might not come across as well live...I know that usually things are better live, but I don't know...
Anyway, yes, it's TIM.
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I can't wait until science progresses enough to allow me to have my very own MiniTimmy.
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...i think im going to dc....and i ordered starsailor's new cd from amazon.co.uk or whatever it is and hopefully i will get that about a week in advance
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...i think im going to dc....and i ordered starsailor's new cd from amazon.co.uk or whatever it is and hopefully i will get that about a week in advance
I'm so excited for the gig

Some people think 'silence is easy' is far more immediate than starsailor's first album, and some think it's a grower...I liked it more when I first heard it (as an album) than their first one (which took a while to grow on me). That said, certain songs on SIE took longer to grow on me than 'love is here' songs - it's sort of fun in a way though, because weeks later I'd listen to a song that I wasn't too crazy about at the start (such as Shark Food or Restless Heart) and I'd just all of a sudden get it and LOVE the song. Anyway, rambling..I hope you like the album!



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Think they've found our version at the office yet???
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