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Your Imaginary Dream Reunion Concert Set
19 May 2011
7.17am
StrawberryLakiesha
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mr. Sun king coming together said:

Well, I'll trot this thread out. I also gave each one a cover of a contemporary hit

  1. Breakfast In America (Supertramp) sung by George
  2. London Calling (The Clash), sung by Paul
  3. Train In Vain (Also The Clash), sung by Ringo
  4. Michelle (This would be in Canada, after all)
  5. Hey Hey My My (Neil Young), sung by John (And featuring Clapton!!

 

Those are all pretty old, I thought and so I don't think they're actually called contemporary only I guess yeah, but how far back can that go to, becuase I always thought that meant current, like now, right?

Also, why does Michelle get sunged in Canada? Is it becuase your also dictated by the French? How does that work though, so does England get to dictate half of you guys and then the French get to dictate the other half, or do they comprmise on everything?!?!?!?!!? 

ONE MINUTE YOU'RE DEFENDING THE WHOLE GALAXY, AND SUDDENLY, YOU FIND YOURSELF SUCKING DOWN DARJEELING WITH MARIE ANTOINETTE AND HER LITTLE SISTER.!
19 May 2011
12.23pm
mr. Sun king coming together
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Okay, well all 4 of the covers were comtemporary in 1979/1980, when the concert would have taken place. As for Michelle, he doesn't play it to much except for when he is on French speaking ground, like Canada.

Edit: Penny Lane, thanks!! I wanted a twist, and the fact I was listening to London Calling made it a good Idea.

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19 May 2011
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I see you have John singing Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black). I could definitely hear that sounding good.

I could also hear George singing its counterpart, My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue).

Great – now I have to go out and get Live Rust again. a-hard-days-night-paul-10

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