Born To Walk

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  • MyBruce: Attended Shows
    https://www.greasylake.org/v6/mybruce_attended_public.php?mybruceid=BornToWalk
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    The great county of Yorkshire
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  • Springsteen fan since?
    c1979 - Heard Born To Run on the radio one Saturday morning. That was it!
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    It swaves

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  1. I knew that Americana was an extremely loose genre, but .......
  2. Bruce's influence has always been evident in their live performance, on one live recording I've got Ricky's introduction of drummer Dougie Vipond sound like a direct lift of one of Bruce's Clarence introductions. Despite seeing the band in 1989, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2001, 2011, 2013, 2014 & 2018 and Ricky solo in 2005 I don't remember ever hearing one of Bruce's songs. However. at that first show in 1989 they did do a storming cover of Like A Rolling Stone.
  3. It's been a long, long day I got some run-down shoes Ain't got no place to stay But any old place will be okay It's been a long, long day Paul Simon
  4. It was intended as an example of a similar feat rather than suggesting you were wrong, which I would never dare to do. Unless you're wrong Which in this case I don't doubt that you aren't.
  5. Referee waves play on with intention of booking a player when the ball goes out of play, which next happens when the same player commits another foul. You can guess the rest.
  6. OK then. The lyrics of which 1975 UK No.1 started with the title of the song it replaced at the top?
  7. In 1959. 'What Do You Want' by Adam Faith was followed at No.1 by 'What Do You Want To Make Those Eye At Me For' by Emile Ford
  8. That's as bad as me hearing 'Give Peace A Chance' as 'Give Me The Jam'