Re: Walt TR - Part 1 of 4
- From: Walt <none@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 06:37:33 -0400
Seven days ago, you said, "Give me a week" to get your TR out, and
true to your word, you have published the first installment exactly 7
days later. Plus about 3 hours, but I'm sure that's just a time
stamping issue at Google Groups.
I've only read the first couple of paragraphs, so I won't compliment
the TR yet. As a Walt TR groupie, I saw an opportunity to be the
first to reply, a position I don't want to risk losing by waiting.
As always, thanks for your TR. The next three late nights here as your
TR's roll in on a schedule that would shame the airlines (that used to
be called damning by faint praise) will be as enjoyble as the late
night steak, baked potato, and salad at Binions for $2.00 used to be.
And with video maybe better.
Burt, I thank you for that encomium.
In article <02c6b3bd$0$2329$c3e8da3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Great report as usual Walt. I do miss seeing the All Star Band every
trip like the old days. What's with Rick's clean cut look? At least he
still has the red sneakers...
Denny in Mass
I dunno, but Rick sure seems to have fun onstage. Maybe more so now
that the Bronson gigs are so infrequent.
This was the second year in a row they played at Boulder Station on the
first Friday in June. Maybe we'll get lucky next year, too.
annie <dmr436@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
vocalist and proficient on violin and flute (the latter of which came
in handy on Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath").
Do they do it properly and segue into "Wind Up"?
Ha, well, the quieter ballads are not really Phoenix's strong suit.
They probably followed with something like "Highway to Hell".
In article <g5gsnn02akc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, jrogow <JRogow@xxxxxxxxxxx>
"Walt" <none@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Walt TR - Part 1 of 4
On the way out I grabbed a digicam clip of the aquarium outside the
Bass Pro Shop...
If you ever have the chance to be there at feeding time,
it's quite interesting.
Thanks for Part 1 of another Walk blockbuster TR!