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Are you enjoying the covers so far?

More to follow.
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Gift that Shines were superb in Leeds

I love this song....
Pipeline was a great surprise too....
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dtsom wrote:Gift that Shines were superb in Leeds
At Brussels II as well! :notworthy:
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dtsom wrote:Gift that Shines were superb in Leeds

I love this song....
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Agree, one of the highlights of the set 2011, a pity it's not a Sisters song.

Speaking of which, it would be great if the chairman could (mis)inform us about any upcoming new Sisters song?
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euphoria wrote:
dtsom wrote:Gift that Shines were superb in Leeds

I love this song....
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it would be great if the chairman could (mis)inform us about any upcoming new Sisters song?
:lol: It would be yes....
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so - so :lol:
gift that shine is nice as well ;D
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Chairman Bux wrote:Are you enjoying the covers so far?

More to follow.
:lol:

ah, Chairman you remind me of this guy! Clicky :lol:
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Is Rain From Heaven technically a cover?

Either way, it's too long and dragged out - but what do I know?
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Norman Hunter wrote:Is Rain From Heaven technically a cover?

Either way, it's too long and dragged out - but what do I know?
Yes, it's a cover;
(Only if you think Giving Ground is too)
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Norman Hunter wrote:Is Rain From Heaven technically a cover?

Either way, it's too long and dragged out - but what do I know?
Yeah, a song should make its point in 3 minutes. Yeah.

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Aside from the fact that bloody Pipeline is stuck in my head now, it's been mighty fine. :notworthy:
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mh wrote:Aside from the fact that bloody Pipeline is stuck in my head now, it's been mighty fine. :notworthy:
Just like Gift that shines in my head too...

Btw: I miss top nite out, but pipeline it's soooo good...
So, why they just play both? one per encore :lol:
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Top Nite Out was Adam's. I wonder whether that's why it's been dropped?
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markfiend wrote:Top Nite Out was Adam's. I wonder whether that's why it's been dropped?
I don't think so, no one it's butthurt with Adam (or that's what they make us belive)
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markfiend wrote:Top Nite Out was Adam's. I wonder whether that's why it's been dropped?
One can hope. I have nothing against Adam, he has written some fine tunes, but it's good if they phase out his things, I think. Those should be replaced by new songs, however.

That said, the real reason is probably just that :von: feels like playing covers and then they don't have time for TNO.
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we were advised to expect surprises throughout

- a spare gift t-shirt did it for me 8)
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paint it black wrote:we were advised to expect surprises throughout

- a spare gift t-shirt did it for me 8)
That and a couple of other things. :wink: Btw..nice to see you again during the past week or so. :)
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Chairman Bux wrote:Are you enjoying the covers so far?

More to follow.
So far we have been treated to a RLYL cover, a Chantay's/Dick Dale/Johnny Thunders cover and a Bowie cover.

What's next?

1. Stooges?
2. Motörhead?
3. The Fall?
4. Pere Ubu?
5. Suicide?
6. Gary Glitter?
7. The Andrews Sisters?
8. Elvis?


Any word on new Sisters songs, such as Far Parade?
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Well, I've been learning to play pipeline and I was very impressed with The Lorries cover done on both Leeds gigs, so I guess that qualifies as a hearty yes.

As for this - nuff said!

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A Gift T-Shirt?

Christ on a bike, they'd better show up online! :wink:
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As long as they do Sister Ray/Ghostrider in either Luxemburg or Paris, I'm happy ;D
paint it black wrote:we were advised to expect surprises throughout

- a spare gift t-shirt did it for me 8)
So you didn't sell it after all :innocent: :lol:
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Gift That Shines ... very well chosen - with regard to bringing a, say defined current basis across,
thus marking the present, as well as an open field for future Sisters songs ... maybe ... well, not necessarily ... :lol: ...
good, however, it's been done ... :) ...

Pipeline ... so sweet and lovely ... suits The Sisters perfectly, per-fect-ly ... :D ...

John, I'm Only Dancing ... love it anyway, and for the (necessary)
"strategic" leeway it offers. Funny word "strategic" here, but it works,
I think. Very useful.

... :notworthy: ... I like them all. Looking forward to what's to come ... ;D ;D ;D ...
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Chairman Bux wrote:Are you enjoying the covers so far?

More to follow.
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