That was a canny remark, Wendy ;)
I do have a song I might play by someone with a double "a" in his last name, but not James Caan.
Speaking of sound transmission technology and volume level...I re-comment that the founding Marshall of Marshall amps just died. Family says it's "happy in the knowledge that he is in a much better place which has just got a whole lot louder!"
Wendy del Formaggio:
Aww, that's sad about the Marshall guy. Rest in peace and thanks for the tinnitus! :-D
At the bottom of the Rolling Stone item on Marshall, there's one "Related" link:
"The Who's Future Uncertain as Townshend's Tinnitus Returns"
Saw this company mentioned in the Sunday Times - these are definitely not tin cans -
to be honest, if i could afford a marshall, i'd buy an orange instead.
listener james from westwood:
that "monarch" model has a venture bros. vibe to it.
Wendy del Formaggio:
I probably shouldn't joke about tinnitus. It sounds like such a horrible, maddening condition. Times when I've temporarily had a ringing in my ear, it's bugged the heck out of me. I haven't had it since I was a teenager, though.
b/p - great now we get another "farewell" tour - like the one I saw in 1982 and again in 1989.
Woman B to Cher: "I can't hear you. You're breaking up."
Yep I did.. the played all of "Tommy" except the Underture.
I'm trying to remember when I saw the Who. It was in Candlestick Park in SF ("Day on the Green"), back in a previous life. I took an exceptional picture of Daltrey swingin the mic with a crappy Kodak Instamatic.
Hi, Charlie, and listeners! Hey, Doug, about 15 mins. ago JT came home for lunch and got GTDS on our magical audio box, yes! I'll be outside now and not at the keyboard, but know I'll be thinking only good things about the show. So delightful so far!
Indeed ... Office Naps is terrific.
Brain in KU:
Saw The Who two weeks afore Woodstock. Weekend of Sharon Tate killings. Prime Tommy time. Then when filming 'The Kids are Alright' at Shepperton Studios. Best live three piece + singer EVER?