reverse the Status Quo:O)
Lady Wot Jogs wrote (see)
973622 You will keep it up won't you RIPP?
You will keep it up won't you RIPP?
What do you think
Lovely run this morning, just managed to get in before the deluge and lightening display
You had it too Gaz, very loud here for a while thunder wise but no lightening to see
RunningInPleasePass wrote (see)
973620 Lady Wot Jogs wrote (see) 973622 You will keep it up won't you RIPP? What do you think
Would put you on ignore but it'll mean i mess the numbers up.
I laughed at that
973617 RunningInPleasePass wrote (see) 973620 Lady Wot Jogs wrote (see) 973622 You will keep it up won't you RIPP? What do you think Would put you on ignore but it'll mean i mess the numbers up.
That's not nice is it
Closing ceremony tonight, let hope Macca is not invited.
If he is i'll have to have a couple of drinks to blot out the pain
I'd have gone for All you need is love.
Much as we loved him and his pals, agreed he shouldn't be allowed out these days.
I am shocked by how Ray Davies looks! And struggling with his voice. Only 68, Waterloo Sunset is still a beautiful song.
Johnny Cash did Hurt when he was 69/70. What made that so brilliant was that it was what it was, no hiding. No trying to pretend that he was 20 again, no reprise of past work.
Macca and Ray, and Mike and his disrputable mates and Bob Dylan, for sure, should sing about what is relevant to them now, as the people they are now. Sing new stuff in a new way, don't just replay the back catelogue.
I once saw Chuck Berry in a sports hall in Swansea, he was a pale imitation of himself. I saw Desmond Decker and twisted again and again one dire night in Devon. And Hawkwind (twice) !!! They're probably playing my silver washing machine somewhere tonight.
Sorry Chubby Checker, getting old. Desmond was the Isralite... unless I've completely lost it.
It's even happened to George! He really should not sing Freedom anymore... there's no edge! And his voice is shot!
Andrew or George? Andrew everytime, I'd far rather be living his life than George's.
I thought putting George on was perfect............... otherwise i would never had a chance to leave the room to put the kettle on....
Norman Cook in an inflatable octopus doing his regular Sundat Night show... fantastic, looks like he's enjoying it!
JJ & TT I hope DR is in da mix.
TC, good career move, Euro wise.
It says Beady Eye on the drums... Liam is on his way!
Noel's home, washing his socks!
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