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changingman

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It makes me shudder to think about it!

Can’t wait for this.
See also "The Dirty Mac" - wish that lineup could have recorded an album.

Performance on Rock n Roll Circus might be my favourite live performance ever.

PS, bit gutted that this is only out on Disney although it's probably worth the cost of subscription alone. Does anyone know if it's getting a theatrical release?
 

Wiseman_Vaughn

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See also "The Dirty Mac" - wish that lineup could have recorded an album.

Performance on Rock n Roll Circus might be my favourite live performance ever.

PS, bit gutted that this is only out on Disney although it's probably worth the cost of subscription alone. Does anyone know if it's getting a theatrical release?
absolutely brilliant!!!!

If you like this you might like this analysis of Claptons part...

 

Brian Marwood

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Gonna be a great watch. I might be a man alone here, and I'm definitely not Alan Partridge, but I'm also a bit of a fan of Wings, particularly how they evolved musically.

Oh, and Paul Mc was one of the bassist greats.

I hated Wings when I was younger but I appreciate them more now as I am older. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five is now one my fave songs of all time!
 

r00fie1

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Favourites:

"Maybe I`m Amazed" from "Wings Over America"(y)


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Can I also suggest "Letting Go"
and "Rock Show"(y)


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changingman

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I meant shudder in a bad way. Not a Clapton fan. He’s certainly no George Harrison.
Haha, fair enough.

I'm definitely more of a Harrison than Clapton fan and despite enjoying some of Cream I've never really got into Clapton on his. Just think he works very well in the Dirty Mac context.
 

Piccadilly Day Tripper

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FartingGnome

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Clapton played the lead guitar on While My Guitar Gently Weeps, think it was the only time this happened with the Beatles and it was the only time Clapton guested with the group although there were collaborators afterwards with the individual members
 

NZBoro1

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Mum and dad went to see the Beatles, dad played in a band at the time, and was friendly with Vinny Garbutt. They also used to go to the folk club in Stockton quite a bit? its where they met.

Dad said he'd seen better live bands than the Beatles, who never made it. They were more Stones than Beatles fans mind.
 
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