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  1. Totally agree with this. Stones is not one of my favorites on the original album but love it on the live. It really needed Patti. I like the original Moonlight Motel more though for exactly why you have stated.
  2. Okay @Jay777 you had dinner with C??? Oh, and your answer to Daisey's question should be you love it!
  3. One of the early singles I bought was from Bill Wither's. I love his songs till this day. Sad news indeed.
  4. Jim Kerr and Chrissie Hynde were married? I don't remember that at all!
  5. This is the song I remember him for.
  6. Be sure to get the correct dosing information from your vet. At least with cats an overdose is deadly but we had a cat once who was allergic to bees so we had to keep some around for him and know what dose we could safely give him.
  7. Thanks for the heads up, hadn't heard about this.
  8. This was from Wednesday. We had record breaking temperatures. 70°F was the official temperature in the valley but the warmest I saw at our place was 64°F. Eleanor (Siamese) and Linus wanted to enjoy it. By this weekend the highs are going to be in the single digits and the lows at -10°. I guess winter isn't quite ready to leave us.
  9. I don't know what those pastes are made of. If the above doesn't work and the bleach didn't (!) you might try calling the vet's office to see if they have any recommendations.
  10. I saw the Denver show in April of 1988. The show was very different than earlier shows and Patti was out front. It wasn't known then that they were involved (if their relationship had even started then) but I remember hearing TOL for the first time and thinking things weren't all well. It was not what I was expecting after the whirlwind romance and marriage during the BITUSA time and tour. To be honest, I can't remember if I thought there was something between them or if it was just an act, but a pretty intense one at times, but it wasn't surprising to hear that they had gotten together later in the summer when the news broke. As for the question about what people thought of these shows, they were so different from the earlier tours I seem to remember some people not quite knowing what to think, but for me Tunnel is in his top three albums and has been since it came out and I liked that we were seeing something different, also due to a move, it would be the last time I saw Bruce until The Rising tour so it was a special show. With the archive series, with the exception of Winterland, it's the Tunnel shows that I listen to. I don't listen to the others I have at all.