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Post 81

Michael

That's a tough one, it has to be one that everyone knows...


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Post 82

owlatronas

twist and shout gott a be


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Post 83

Susanne - if it ain't broke, break it!

smiley - ok I also have a wonderful live version of Twist and Shout by The Who, always makes me smile smiley - smiley


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Post 84

Michael

smiley - yikes

Haven't heard that song before...smiley - erm


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Post 85

owlatronas

which twist and shout ???


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Post 86

Ellen

I think he means the Who version.


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Post 87

owlatronas

whos version ???


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Post 88

Michael

Bothsmiley - laugh, there's a lot of Beatles stuff I probably haven't heard, I don't have all the albums yetsmiley - sadface, I will soon though (hopefully).


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Post 89

owlatronas

i think ive got em all on cd


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Post 90

Ellen

Lucky Owly! I wish I had the song Yes It Is on CD. smiley - musicalnote Please don't wear red tonight...for red is the color that my baby wore, and what's more, it's true, yes it is, it's true...


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Post 91

owlatronas

i could email some to you if you want i wont be able to do it for awhile as im on my hols at the end of teh week


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Post 92

Ellen

Nah, that's okay, I have the record and an old record player if I really want to hear it.


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Post 93

owlatronas

ok hun


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Post 94

NPY

Think twist and Shout no matter who sings it is a great song.


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Post 95

KiwiBeatle

Does anyone know if there is anywhere on the net you can download
Elton john/John Lennon in concert together? - that WOULD be party music!


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Post 96

Susanne - if it ain't broke, break it!

You can download for free on Piolet, but the quality is not always perfect.

Last october, on John Lennon's birthday, they played 3 songs from that concert on the radio, and I taped them on cassette (I'm probably the only one in the world who still tapes songs from the radio smiley - laugh). They played "What ever gets you through the night", "Lucy in the sky" and "I saw her standing there", which is actually a bit funny, as "I saw her standing there", the last song Lennon ever sung live is a McCartney song...smiley - smiley He dedicated it to "An old estranged fiancé of mine..called Paul" smiley - laugh


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Post 97

KiwiBeatle

Thanks for that - I'll give it a go!

I've also heard the 3 songs are on an Elton John CD - but i havn't found it yet - any ideas?

Don't be embaressed at having them on casette - I do too - I have a draw at home full of Beatle / Lennon Bootlegs on cassette as well as stuff taped off the radio!

LONG LIVE THE AUDIO TAPE!...OH AND THE VINYL LP TOO!!!


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Post 98

NPY

Haven't taped anything in ages!!!


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Post 99

Michael

Nor have Ismiley - erm

I think Elton John has a version of Lucy in the Sky on his Goodby Yellow Brick Road but I'm not sure.


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Post 100

NPY

He does!?!??! Must check.


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