Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Paladin, Jun 21, 2007.
Interesting news story!
I don't think it counts as a reunion if they're just doing an interview.
Even if they did play together, which with Yoko would hardly count, they'd charge obscene tickets prices like all the other surviving '60s and '70s rock and roll bands, because their baby-boomer fans can afford it. Fair enough, I guess, but it still sucks for younger fans.
Oh well, I got to see half of The Who.
This isn't a reunion. John and George are dead and who cares about Ringo?
One time my old room mate farted and it sounded like his ass said, "why?"
I'm asking the same question here myself.
They kind of had a reunion when recording 'free as a bird' and 'real love' back when the anthology was released.
The wrong two died first. I'd sooner see a reunion of the Travelling Wilburys.
Maybe they can accidentially kick the ashes of the other dead members over and struggle to clean it up. If I remember correctly, another British group did that.
Traveling WIlburrys would be sweet. But Roy Orbison and George are gone. I could see George's son taking over his dads spot. not sure about Roy though.
Dani Harrison looks just like his pops!!
On the Concert for George dvd, he took his pops place playing a Traveling Wilburys song.
Those were great. As a lifelong Beatles fan, hearing "new" music that included all four members was an incredible rush. Those songs are still in pretty regular rotation for me.
Haven't picked it up yet, but that new complete Wilburys set is on my to get list. One of the few "supergroups" that actually reached its potential.
Watching the music videos brought moisture to my eyes...
Thomas as in the Train Engine? lol
Mr. Conductor was cool as hell, damnit!!
As for the interview, should be a fun watch, considering how much Paul despises Yoko right now.
I wouldn't really call it a reunion unless John and George come back from the dead. I still have my subspicions that Paul is dead as well.
Paul and Ringo should perform with Sean Lennon and George Harrisons son..they are spitting images of their Fathers and way talented to boot.
Paul blew his mind out in a car way back in the 1960's. Billy Shears has been acting as "Paul" ever since...
Now as for reunions, I'd give my left nut to see Pink Floyd get back together, and I mean the REAL PF with Gilmour, Waters, Mason and Wright.
Didn't that already happen at Live 8 and stuff?
And on the subject of Shears, anybody ever listen to Revolution 9 backwards? I mean, it's creepy enough before, but....
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