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The never ending introduction
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Author:  movin_after_midnight [ Sun September 5th, 2010, 09:04 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: The never ending introduction

I miss the pre-show music! There was no Copland at either of the shows I saw, and none in Troutdale either. No pre-show music at all. I was kinda hoping to hear the infamous "somebody-reading-kerouac," but we didn't even get that. It's kind of eerie, all that pre-show silence.

Author:  smoke [ Sun September 5th, 2010, 10:49 GMT ]
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There was actually another article, where he talks about hearing that into, perhaps it was from the next time BD came to town, not sure but I know I read it. I did some searching and couldn't find it, but I did find this exchange from: http://www.coveritlive.com/index2.php?o ... ee8&ipod=y

2:22 [Comment From greggreg: ]
Did you ever hear anything from Bob Dylan or his people for using your uncredited article quote as his introduction at shows?

Friday May 21, 2010 2:22 greg
2:24 Jeff Miers: Yes, through a friend of a friend. the message was typically cryptic - something like "Bob knows you wrote that piece even though your name wasn't on it" and "no, he's not making fun of you."

ok, then. what can you say? i'm completely flattered and still find the whole experience to be surreal.

Author:  Matt_77 [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 01:04 GMT ]
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Nag Champa + NET introduction + eye logo + circus organ + barking = BEST NET ERA.

Author:  motherwell [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 14:16 GMT ]
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Surely will have to change it now, from "Poet Laureate" To "Nobel Laureate"

Author:  Nightingale's Code [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 14:45 GMT ]
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motherwell wrote:
Surely will have to change it now, from "Poet Laureate" To "Nobel Laureate"

Never been a fan of the intro, I'm glad it's been scrapped for Stu's noodle

Author:  McG [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 14:52 GMT ]
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"Ladies & gentleman...please welcome the man who finds it much easier to play to a big hall of brain dead sheep than for a small group of open minded individuals...."

Author:  escapeedrifter [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 15:09 GMT ]
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McG wrote:
"Ladies & gentleman...please welcome the man who finds it much easier to play to a big hall of brain dead sheep than for a small group of open minded individuals...."



Take it youve never been to the barras :(

I say in jest that having heard your music, as plugged in this very forum, you wont be playing to big halls or small, never mind open minded sheep. :D

Author:  McG [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 15:28 GMT ]
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escapeedrifter wrote:
McG wrote:
"Ladies & gentleman...please welcome the man who finds it much easier to play to a big hall of brain dead sheep than for a small group of open minded individuals...."



Take it youve never been to the barras :(

I say in jest that having heard your music, as plugged in this very forum, you wont be playing to big halls or small, never mind open minded sheep. :D


As a scottish gravedigger, do you gravely dig a scottish Dylan gig?

Author:  escapeedrifter [ Mon December 12th, 2016, 17:50 GMT ]
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:lol: I certainly and seriously do, even somberly at times.

We do have gravedigger groupies, apply by email :D

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