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Re: Who's got Stones
> We'll just have to disagree about Mick's voice.
Cool. It's funny: You're obviously the bigger Stones fan, & here I am
defending Mick against *your* criticisms!
> I mean Pete and Roger *both* said they'd be playing Tommy at the RAH,
> Roger just a month ago.
It's mentioned a bunch in that new Uncut magazine with Pete on the cover.
"The Who will be playing TOMMY at the Royal Albert Hall on......" Whoops.
> At this point I'd be surprised if the new album really is a concept
> album based on The Boy Who Heard Music.
Me, too. I'm still not sure there's going to *be* a new full-length album.
> I just looked on their website and counted 53 songs played on their last
> tour. That's a lot, but it ain't 200. I guess they just practiced 147
> of them for kicks.
Your facts frustrate me. ;-) I was just going by what was said on one of
those Stones documentaries. Still, imagine if The Who played over 50 songs
on one tour! Fuck, even 30!!
> Not good enough. You've got to actually suggest some replacements.
Damn you & your rules!
> How about 18 more to make a nice, round 30? Let's hear some suggestions.
1. Happy Jack
2. So Sad About Us
3. Mary-Anne With the Shakey Hands
6. Overture (give Daltrey a breather)
7. I'm Free
8. Love Ain't For Keeping
9. Punk Meets the Godfather
10. Dr. Jimmy
11. Slip Kid
12. Squeeze Box
13. In a Hand or a Face (Hey, I can dream, can't I?)
14. Sister Disco
15. Don't Let Go the Coat
17. Cry If You Want
18. Summertime Blues (?)
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