Set list from Lisbon
mbailey at netsolcq.com
Fri May 18 03:20:35 CDT 2007
Jim M asked:
>And what does "Of it are of the alignment had been classic as "Pictures of
The whole sentence was actually:
"Of it are of the alignment had been classic as 'Pictures of Lily' and 'Substitute'. "
This makes me think that it means the equivalent of:
"Excluded from the setlist were such classics as 'Pictures of Lily' and 'Substitute'."
But that was one of the most bizarrely translated reviews I'd read so far. What about this bit:
"The Who ... had given, literally, the liter."
"Liter" is another spelling for "Litre". But - litre of what? Sweat? Tears? Blood?
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