I "learned" that in American English there is no such word as "learnt". Use "learned" always.
I'd say well over a hundred, since I saw Wings Over America, The New World Tour, Driving USA, The US Tour, The one off at The Joint, The Up and Coming Tour. Yeah, well over a hundred. Too many to list.
I've got the email, but the new website is down at the moment, and the forum link they sent does not work either. Hope they fix it soon.
I was able to create my account and log in.My user ID and info comes up. .. But I can't find the forum through the site. Do you have to create a new account on the site?
rich n:...was bad, well - Sly Stone sold the rights of all his music to Michael Jackson for one million dollars and now he's homeless and lives out of a van
You can't blame that on Michael. :
Sheryl:audi:Sheryl:Gosh, that was fun working it out. A total of 104 songs (I've put the number of times I've heard each one after)...
Big Barn Bed 4
Not too many folks who can boast that they've seen Paul perform "Big Barn Bed" -- and FOUR TIMES at that.
That's true, but it was an awfully long time ago, ie nearly 40 years LOL
That's pretty cool you got to see those early Wings concerts before Band on the Run came out.
__SADIE:Nat King Cole - The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
David Bowie & Bing Crosby - Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy
The Royal Guardsman - Snoopy's Christmas
Bobby Helms - Jingle Bell Rock
John Lennon - Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
Could not stand that David Bowie/Bing Crosby single.
Oh you have got to be kidding! Of course human beings went to the moon. The Apollo project was the biggest single project ever undertaken by humans in history. The hardware worked, much of the technology we take for granted today was invented just for Apollo and the moon landings. The rockets were real, the lunar module was real. It all worked. You can see them at the Air and Space Museum in Washington. The Space Shuttle and the International Space Station are also fact not fiction. Humans live and work in Space.
Queen were awesomely talented and one of the great bands of all time. Not at all over-rated. Fabulous!
Remasters heaven...Right now it's a toss up between The Who - Quadrophenia and Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here. The sound on both is unbelievable. You will hear sounds buried in the mix for almost 40 years!