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The Seeker

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  1. TERRIBLE it is. The list is not exactly what I would haven chosen, though. It seems to me that in every seingle best-of poll or something there are always the same artists and songs in the top-ten, it's getting a bit boring.
  2. Have you heard their new songs? (Old Red Wine and Real Good Looking Boy)? They're GREAT!
  3. Sure they lost a lot of their power, but that wouldn't stop me from seeing them...Though of course It'd be a miilion times better with The Ox and Keith.
  4. Heartbreak Hotel California (Elvis Presley -- The Eagles)
  5. A couple of great news, I found them on Pete Townshend's homepage... NEW WHO ALBUM ? WHO2 will not be a concept album. That is, in itself, a concept for me. Roger and I meet in mid December to play what we have written. If we move ahead from there, we may have a CD ready to release in the spring. My working-title for the project - ?Who2? - is only partly tongue-in-cheek. If the recording works out we will tour with the usual band in the first half of 2005. THE BOY WHO HEARD MUSIC is a short story I finished some time ago. It will not be the title of the next Who album. It is not autobiographical. It is a continuation of the LIFEHOUSE chronicles, and features the LIFEHOUSE METHOD (music generated from data gathered from various individuals). I hope to develop this as an animation feature with music in the second half of 2005. I would also like to see a concert version. With everything LIFEHOUSE-related I know I must dream on. WHO HE? While I write songs and short stories I also work on this, my autobiography. I am really enjoying this, and would do what Bob Dylan has done and put out my early years first, were it not for the fact that I was arrested early in 2003. My autobiography now offers me the chance to lay down my life story and place recent events in proper context. I have had a long and lumbering life ? this book will take time. A DIFFERENT BOMB. This is the book I spoke about that was in preparation when I was arrested in early 2003. This small book is about the impact and danger of child-porn on the internet: essays about and interviews with casualties of abuse or survivors like myself. I have shelved it. I can?t venture publicly into this area again. QUADROPHENIA. There is exciting news in the wind about Quadrophenia and its theatrical life. The development during 2002 with Trevor Nunn for the National Theatre hiccupped, but various provincial British theatres have shown very serious interest in mounting a production. There is also an investigation of its theatrical potential by a major American producer. BRAND NEW. I am also talking to Des McAnuff (who must be the busiest man on earth) about a new musical spectacular for Las Vegas. We?ve been talking about doing this since we mounted Tommy on Broadway back in 1993. It?s getting closer.
  6. Another One Bites The Dust In The Wind Queen -- Kansas
  7. I don't know if you already have that, but didn't sing Celine Dion a song called Alive? ::
  8. Brian Jones looks kinda weird there..I still can't find tht site, man, it was only two months ago.
  9. a few minutes after i posted my question I noticed that thread too. Thanks anyway :: Everyone likes my name, that's nice, I have to admit I like it too.
  10. Did you notice that an awful lot of people die aged 27? I once saw a site on the web full of deaths linked with 27, but I can't remember where I found it.
  11. No, I won't. Don't jump to conclusions...Thanks for the welcome, by the way. What did you learn here, earth-angel, apart from songfacts?
  12. Don't mean to interrupt you...but I love introduction posts from others, so here's mine: I'm Fintan, from England, and I suppose I'm one of those guys that like the music their parents used to listen to (though my parents were only born during the 60s, and that's the period I like), like The Beatles, The Stones, The Small faces and especially The Who. Right. :guitar:
  13. Keith Moon was already mentioned... Brian Jones was incredibly sad too. And John Entwistle.
  14. The Real Me -- The Who The Real Me -- Eric Burdon Band The Real Me -- Svala The Real Me -- dover The Real Me -- Zebrahead
  15. Pete Townshend to me, maybe also Jimmy Page. George Harrison and Jeff Beck aren't bad either.
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