Lucca's city walls are a terrible location for a gig! Last year the Rolling Stones' gig was tragic!
It would be better to choose other locations for italian gigs!
Thanks for letting us all know, I'll let my friends in Europe know about it. Is it a sound issue ?
gianna wrote:love2travel wrote:
When are the tickets going on sale? Are there going to be any other Italy locations, like the Lucca one mentioned ?
When I was in Naples in about 12 yrs ago...at that time, the local people gave me the impression that as a woman alone, they were worried that my purse could be stolen, when I put it on a countertop in a shop,while I was standing next to it. Are there still similar concerns in Naples? Just wondering?
Tickets are going on sale next friday at 10 a.m.
I live in North Italy and i often go to Naples because i love it and its people
That's what I thought. The Italian people are great! As well as the food and the red wine too!
WOWEEE Woke up, fell out of Ned and two great new McCartney songs were online
Home Tonight hooks you in from the start, great horns throughout, and builds up to Paul asking everyone to say YES... and by the ending, who isn't saying YES to Paul, after all !!!
In a Hurry another fun and Very danceable song, put it on repeat and listen til you're up and happily dancing...
LOVE them both... it makes sense they were released together on a single. Putting the Sunshine into a Black Friday release.
Hamish Stuart wrote:love2travel wrote:
Italy would be a great reason to go to Europe again! It's really near Pizza! I could go up the tower of Pizza and drop a feather and a mozzarella ball to see if they land at the same time!
Most places in Italy are near pizza
I cannoli dream, that it's as tasty as our NY pizza
Nancy R wrote:love2travel wrote:Nancy R wrote:
Wish I could get the picture disc on Record Store Day Nov. 29th, but the only record store near me closed!
Im going ..., if I can, I'll grab you a disk!
Great lyrics for that Home Tonight... it reminds me of watching politics these days... this world is like a fast revolver going off the tracks...
Trumpets, cellos, violins, clarinets, drums and keyboards... It's going to be brilliant!
You can only buy one copy unfortunately. I found a place that is about 13 miles away, but is near a mall and it will be a madhouse on Black Friday so I think I'll have to skip it. I downloaded the songs on Amazon Music. I had a digital credit so the songs were free!
Glad to hear Nancy. I'm planning on going to 2 record stores, so hopefully I can get 2 copies, one for another friend who also asked.
smdillon wrote:love2travel wrote:
Glastonbury has already sold out?! Wow, now thats a real bummer. Italy would be a great reason to go to Europe again! It's really near Pizza! I could go up the tower of Pizza and drop a feather and a mozzarella ball to see if they land at the same time!
I believe it's called Pisa in Italy... You know, like we call it Florence Italy, and they call it Firenze Italy... Sumpin like dat! Thanks for listing the tour dates
oobu24 wrote:love2travel wrote:
What was the name of the animated piece during WW II and the guy who met a gal and they had a little boy. Remember a bit about how they went under the table during a raid. Paul did music for it. Was there a DVD for it ?
hmmm... can't place what you're talking about.
Ethel and Ernest...
My phones got a virus for You Tube Instead of the regular downloader, it's a one eyed Robot with a monkee wrench. FYI Appears to be fake... Im going to have to get two tin cans and a really long string. Do not click on it!!!
paulfan11 wrote:love2travel wrote:
^Anthony Daniels must have been very claustrophbic in that robot!
Manmade Wonders of the World ~ Smithsonian DK book.
A very beautifully done book for those who love to travel by book!
He said the original costume weighed 60 pounds!
Wow 60 pounds... He really deserved to to be paid extremely well carrying that heavy and surely claustrophobic costume around. Then there's the matter of it's head spinning. Hope it had the Disneyland type air conditioning as well!