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Old 03-24-2016, 01:10 PM   #501
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EdVed guest duet in Seattle last night

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Old 03-25-2016, 09:47 AM   #504
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Springsteen VIII - 2014, tour, album, etc.

Yeah but that was like the least interesting moment of the night. Nothing against Eddie - I quite like him - but I just generally don't give a flying fuck about guest appearances, I don't care who it is. It almost never actually adds anything to a favorite artist's set.

Oh wait, there was that Little Steven show at The Ritz in the 80s where I was in the front row and Springsteen came out. Ok, that was cool.

BUT, Vedder's appearance did get me to pull out my wallet when the bucket came around for the food bank, knowing Pearl Jam would match the donation. (Yay me, bragging publicly about my charitable ways.)
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The River is far from the top of the list of favorite Springsteen albums, but holy shit, what a show.

I can't believe he played almost four hours. (I mean, I can believe it, it just always felt like other countries got the marathon shows, and the US got, like, 2.5 hours. That's how my first two Springsteen shows were.)

Probably only because The River is a double album, so if you're playing the whole thing, it's already a full concert on its own!

Had a blast. My feet are so sore today from dancing during the whole encore. I feel like I don't need to go the gym for a week.
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Old 03-25-2016, 07:54 PM   #506
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Old 03-26-2016, 02:48 PM   #507
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Adam Raised a Cain
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Dang. That sounds great.
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Old 03-26-2016, 04:59 PM   #509
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Old 03-27-2016, 03:38 AM   #510
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Bruce Springsteen, Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, and Bob Dylan are my Mt. Rushmore of artists I need to see live before I, or they die.


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Yeah. Dylan's not all that live anymore.


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I though Cohen died already.
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Nope, Cohen is still going (both musically and biologically).

Saw Dylan one time about a decade ago and was underwhelmed myself.
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Cohen is 81. Still going. Tom Waits is 66. Dylan is 74. They're all getting up there.


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Springsteen is my main bucket list act.
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How have you not seen him?

I don't think I have any left now Bowie has passed on.
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Yeah it seems Bruce is on a never-ending tour.
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Tom Waits is my #1 at this point. He doesn't tour much anymore, sadly.
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How have you not seen him?

I don't think I have any left now Bowie has passed on.

Just poor timing. He's either playing when I'm out of town, have tickets to something else or can't afford it. He really is on the road all the time. I've got to get on this already.
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My bucket list, now that Bowie is gone and Tina Turner has retired from touring:

1) The Rolling Stones
2) Paul McCartney (Close to being #1)
3) John Mellencamp (In Indiana)
4) Meat Loaf
5) Dave Matthews Band
6) R.E.M. (Only this low because there's like a 5 percent chance they don't do a reunion tour.)
7) Paul Simon
8) Sting
9) Pulp (Also low, because I'm not sure I'll actually ever get to accomplish this)
10) "The Who"

There's other bands on the list, but those are the ones I am desperate to see.
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