janeymarywendy

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About janeymarywendy

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  • Birthday 05/25/1960

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  • Location
    West London
  • Gender
    Female
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1985
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Waves, but I know it doesn't rhyme with plays!
  • Interests
    Bruce, my family, holidays (!), glass of wine or two, other music, reading.
  • Sex?
    How very dare you!

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  1. Bloomin' hell (or 'ell), it'll take me long enough to find R6 on me radio Better start tonight!
  2. Southern Nights - Glen Campbell.
  3. Southern Cross - Crosby, Stills & Nash.
  4. Swimming (can't ride a bike!) Hotel or self-catering?
  5. O, Mary Don't You Weep - Bruce.
  6. My review is on the other WS premier thread. I think I said enough To answer @Captain Chaos's question, Stones has gotta be up there too. Powerful performance between Bruce and Patti. Looking forward to reading other Lakers' thoughts over the next couple of weeks. I didn't see SOB in the flesh, so to speak, so WS has to be my Broadway. I'm sure I would've raved about Broadway, but this 'performance' takes some beating in my opinion .
  7. There's A Hole In The Bucket - Harry Belafonte and Odetta
  8. Hold yer 'orses, P! (But glad you wrote your first sentence about beauty is, etc....). I'm gonna have to listen to those four albums now (think I've got Highway 61) to see if they're real masterpieces I can say straight away that Van M will be difficult to get through! Opinions are opinions are opinions ...
  9. Is it a deal? I am quoting Bruce of course, nothing more. Would I do such a thing?
  10. Wasn't sure where to put this - a non-Bruce song but Bruce is singing in it! I mentioned Garland Jeffreys in another thread today and it made me have a look on YouTube. Was this a benefit show or something (2003)? Sounds like it's a bit off-key but never mind
  11. Based on a true story. Great acting. Seems like the actions of the police were very questionable.
  12. Ah, sorry, I thought it came from you! I sort of said hallo and a couple of things when I met him at the Garland Jeffreys/James Maddock concert we went to a few years ago. I mentioned Eileen to him. He probably thought I was weird
  13. I mentioned the legendary Mike Saunders in my post up there ^^^. He has written a really good report about Bruce's weekend in London etc on the front page of BTX. (The name 'legendary' comes from @Promise61 - I'm not sure why, but I've always liked it ).