PSL: Band Week #6 - The Who: We've Had Enough

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Re: PSL: Band Week #6 - The Who: NOW ROCKING!!!!!

Postby C » 01 Jan 2021, 22:26

Matt Wilson wrote:This is Dwayne Johnson, Stephen:

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Otherwise known as "The Rock."


Right - got it!




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Postby Matt Wilson » 01 Jan 2021, 22:26

Indeed, until next time ya'll.
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Postby Neil Jung » 01 Jan 2021, 22:26

A great choice, thanks for your company tonight.

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Re: PSL: Band Week #6 - The Who: NOW ROCKING!!!!!

Postby C » 01 Jan 2021, 22:27

A great album in great company

Thanks John
Thanks Kath
Thanks Chris
Thanks Mike
Thanks Dave
Thanks Matt
Thanks Les

Robust stuff!

and thanks for this year!

To absent friends Reap, Loki, John & Moonie






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Postby kath » 01 Jan 2021, 22:27

it's a masterpiece. this is what it is. from a band at the height of their truly impressive power. all of em.

sigh. sniffle.

thanks be to all, for ringin in the new year aright.

cheers to everyone and to all absent friends. cheers to reap, who really did have such incredible taste and who found a way to take me to shows i never had the chance to see before.

y'all... we all need to let love reign o'er us. it's all that matters.

have a lovely weekend.

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Postby LMG » 01 Jan 2021, 22:30

C wrote:To absent friends Reap, Loki, John & Moonie

Amen to that.

kath wrote:y'all... we all need to let love reign o'er us. it's all that matters.

Indubitably.

*chink*
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Postby toomanyhatz » 01 Jan 2021, 22:31

Hahaha! Hope I wasn't too much of a naysayer! I really do like the album a lot, just find it flawed (by Daltrey, mostly).

If we ever do By Numbers I will wax more eloquent than I did with this one.

And, as I said, didn't stop my from enjoying the album or (particularly) the company. Cheers all!

(Next week is super busy as I'm back at work AND have a tightly-deadlined freelance job, so I might miss the next few but will catch you all again when I can.)
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Re: PSL: Band Week #6 - The Who: NOW ROCKING!!!!!

Postby Six String » 01 Jan 2021, 22:31

I can’t follow that with another rock album. It would pale against many. So it will be a home made Townes Van Zandt compilation on cdr followed by Norma Waterson’s eponymous cd.
This is not the year to think about what we don’t have.
It is the year we should be grateful for what we do have.

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Postby LMG » 01 Jan 2021, 22:33

toomanyhatz wrote:Hahaha! Hope I wasn't too much of a naysayer! I really do like the album a lot, just find it flawed (by Daltrey, mostly).



Not at all! We need some unbelievers, otherwise it sounds like Tom Cruise addressing a Scientology convention.

I did not take to the album at first, it puzzled me. And now I love it in spite of its flaws.

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Postby LMG » 01 Jan 2021, 22:34

Thanks to everyone - have a great week!
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Postby Six String » 01 Jan 2021, 22:34

kath wrote:it's a masterpiece. this is what it is. from a band at the height of their truly impressive power. all of em.

sigh. sniffle.

thanks be to all, for ringin in the new year aright.

cheers to everyone and to all absent friends. cheers to reap, who really did have such incredible taste and who found a way to take me to shows i never had the chance to see before.

y'all... we all need to let love reign o'er us. it's all that matters.

have a lovely weekend.

::smacksmacksmacksmacksmack::


Indeed kath, indeed. To Live Is To Fly to quote Townes.
This is not the year to think about what we don’t have.
It is the year we should be grateful for what we do have.

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Postby kath » 01 Jan 2021, 22:52

toomanyhatz wrote:Hahaha! Hope I wasn't too much of a naysayer! I really do like the album a lot, just find it flawed (by Daltrey, mostly).

If we ever do By Numbers I will wax more eloquent than I did with this one.

And, as I said, didn't stop my from enjoying the album or (particularly) the company. Cheers all!

(Next week is super busy as I'm back at work AND have a tightly-deadlined freelance job, so I might miss the next few but will catch you all again when I can.)


don't be silly, you silly hatz.

by the way, i love by numbers. it's true. just not as much as quad.

have a great one.

i made the lucky meal earlier. and now apparently i hafta make a second batch of lucky cornbread. i'm good with it, mwhahaha.

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Re: PSL: Band Week #6 - The Who: We've Had Enough

Postby C » 01 Jan 2021, 23:06

*chink*



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