mobailey at ntlworld.com
Wed Jan 14 15:54:36 UTC 2009
> that one and "gotta dance" is from the railway hotel footage.
Thanks for reminding me. I've only ever played that bonus DVD once. I
think it's time to dig it out again soon.
Joe in Philly:
> I'm having difficulty downloading part 2 of 3.
I see what you mean. It's not just you. I'm trying to re-upload it again
now, but having some problems...
> >at the Gala and Barbra Streisand turned to ask me if I really wrote it.
> I've been meaning to write this ever since I first read it, so now I
> don't have to look up the original mention: this makes Barbra
> Streisand a moron
I know what you mean - especially when you consider that, a few years later,
she asked Pete to write a couple of songs for her ("And I Moved", "And I
Forget the Other").
You'd think that she would have researched his music a bit before that.
> I'm one of the biggest Who fans going,
> and I still managed to be aware of -- and appreciate -- "Funny Girl",
> "People", "Hello Dolly", etc. before I was 20.
Ah, but that's not a fair argument to make. These are three very well known
I'm sure BS is aware of My Generation, Won't Get Fooled Again and Teenage
But Love Reign O'er Me is a relatively obscure album track, and as a single
it's even more obscure.
It may be on a few best-of compilations, but I'm sure that there's a lot of
people in the world who can name 3 Who songs, and LROM won't be one of them.
I can understand people never having heard it before (their loss).
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