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Old 04-17-2020, 10:46 AM   #21
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And if you want to go further down the rabbit hole surrounding Pulse, check this out:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Publius_Enigma
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Old 04-17-2020, 12:18 PM   #22
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Pink Floyd streaming old concerts for free. Pulse is today @ noon EDT.

https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/...oncert-series/
Awesome, watching it now.

(One minor ocd thing...The 4th note in the bass line for Money is supposed to be staccato, guy on bass)

* David Gilmour’s phrasing is sublime

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Old 04-17-2020, 12:35 PM   #23
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Old 04-17-2020, 07:47 PM   #25
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Andrew Lloyd Webber is releasing one of his productions every week, usually available for view for 24 to 48 hours. 2 weeks ago was Joseph and his Many Colored Coat, last week it was Jesus Christ Superstar, and this week it is Phantom of the Opera.


https://www.broadwayworld.com/articl...OPERA-20200414
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Andrew Lloyd Webber is releasing one of his productions every week, usually available for view for 24 to 48 hours. 2 weeks ago was Joseph and his Many Colored Coat, last week it was Jesus Christ Superstar, and this week it is Phantom of the Opera.


https://www.broadwayworld.com/articl...OPERA-20200414
Watched last night, it was fabulous. Bringing out Sara Brightman and Colm Wilkinson among others to sing after the show was over was the best part! Colm Wilkinson was the best Phantom.
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Not really sure where to put this, but it's interesting. Foo Fighters were scheduled to play here in Wichita tonight. Today it was announced that the show is now scheduled for October 17.

Seems premature to assume we can have concerts in 6 months, but it's at least nice to see something scheduled before 2022!
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Old 04-18-2020, 01:02 PM   #28
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Yeah, no chance that goes ahead without a vaccine.
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Old 04-18-2020, 03:08 PM   #29
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If you're into electronic music, DJ John Digweed has been putting out 4 to 5 hour sets every Saturday on Facebook (you can watch the old ones, too).
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That One World Together At Home is on pretty much every channel tonight. Colbert, Kimmel and Fallon hosting. Supposed to be some pretty big names like Lady Gaga who curated it, Paul McCartney, the Stones, Stevie Wonder

It’s also got an earlier streaming broadcast going on now, lots of options.
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I'm looking forward to this. I've enjoyed many of the live concert streams over the past few weeks especially with the raw performances. It is nice to see artists just sing in a natural sense even if the streams are crappy sometimes. It is so much different from the overly produced stuff we usually see.

Edit: I'm a bit let down by the One World Together show. It is great to see the artists doing this stuff but I was hoping for more performances and less "filler." There was a similar country show three or so weeks ago and it was much better in my opinion. There was more performances and the artists were mostly streaming live and interacting with each other.

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I can't believe how good Mick Jagger sounds. 60 years. It's actually amazing...


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I can't believe how good Mick Jagger sounds. 60 years. It's actually amazing...


Yeah, Mick Jagger sounded good, but what was with the drummer? It looked like they let confused grandpa out of the home and gave him some chop sticks to wave around at flies.

Paul McCartney performance was Edmonton like. No Good

And who carried Elton Johnís piano outside for him? It couldnít have been him, he couldnít even carry a tune.

Anyway, props to all involved for raising all that money and for keeping me occupied for a couple of hours.
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Yeah I guess someone took Charlie Watt's drum set away...finally. Or he got quarantined in a house with no drums. Or he's turned into a street bucket drummer.



Leave Paul Alone!



Elton I thought was pretty good, not at all as good as his best years, but still loud enough to make the neighbors mad.
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Yeah, Mick Jagger sounded good, but what was with the drummer? It looked like they let confused grandpa out of the home and gave him some chop sticks to wave around at flies.

Paul McCartney performance was Edmonton like. No Good

And who carried Elton John’s piano outside for him? It couldn’t have been him, he couldn’t even carry a tune.

Anyway, props to all involved for raising all that money and for keeping me occupied for a couple of hours.
Really?

I thought it was a really cool arrangement of a 50+ year old song. Mind you I am a Beatles honk.

Watts was hilarious....he was having fun with the situation as they appeared to be using a drum track so having him play was pointless. Keith Richards though? Looked like he was doing something on his own while the others did theirs.
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Watched last night, it was fabulous. Bringing out Sara Brightman and Colm Wilkinson among others to sing after the show was over was the best part! Colm Wilkinson was the best Phantom.
Have never seen Wilkinsonís performance. I really thought Jeff Hyslop did a phenomenal job and I was lucky enough to attend a performance that Paul Stanley did in 1999 as well, I was quite surprised at his performance.
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Sorry about the Paul / Elton bashing. looking back sober maybe I was a bit harsh. These guys are raising money and people's spirits and don't deserve me mocking them from my couch in my underwear

Anyway, check this out...

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Have never seen Wilkinsonís performance. I really thought Jeff Hyslop did a phenomenal job and I was lucky enough to attend a performance that Paul Stanley did in 1999 as well, I was quite surprised at his performance.
I saw Hyslop in Saskatoon in 1993 I think.
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93? I could have swore you were like mid 30's?
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I am. I first saw Phantom when I was 8.
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