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Wanee Gnome

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Afraid to begin. The reason I go to Albert Hall as many times as I do is (besides being the greatest venue on the planet) the audience. They sit. They have manners that no US audience does. I go to take IN the show. Trust me, my soul can dance without standing. O.K., that said - bring on the "geriatric" hate mail. Stevie


Tue Jun 02, 2009 1:59 pm Profile
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NO hate geriatric hate mail my new friend Stevie!! :) I will just dance around you. :D I just reach a certain point fever pitch to where my feet can't fail me now.... feet can't fail me now and then it travels through the body like electricity... then it is on!!!!

Sit if you want...but you better put that chair in the back! :lol: :lol: see the chair thread for reference. :D

I enjoy it even more when the crowd gets pumped too and I just can't see sitting still and being pumped. Hypnotized yes...but then dance! :) But that is just my opinion.

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Tue Jun 02, 2009 2:05 pm Profile
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stevie wrote:
Afraid to begin. The reason I go to Albert Hall as many times as I do is (besides being the greatest venue on the planet) the audience. They sit. They have manners that no US audience does. I go to take IN the show. Trust me, my soul can dance without standing. O.K., that said - bring on the "geriatric" hate mail. Stevie


There are times when I would agree, as to my soul dancing. I attend a lot of jazz related shows, Pat Metheny Trio coming to mind... it was the crowd that dictated a seated affair. When he did electric tunes... I had to stand... my feet wanted to move...regardless of the venue. I am 55 and PROUD :D

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Calypsomamma wrote:
NO hate geriatric hate mail my new friend Stevie!! :) I will just dance around you. :D I just reach a certain point fever pitch to where my feet can't fail me now.... feet can't fail me now and then it travels through the body like electricity... then it is on!!!!

Sit if you want...but you better put that chair in the back! :lol: :lol: see the chair thread for reference. :D

I enjoy it even more when the crowd gets pumped too and I just can't see sitting still and being pumped. Hypnotized yes...but then dance! :) But that is just my opinion.

Wanee! Wanee! Wanee!! Wanee!
I am with you SIS, my legs will be numb :shock: but I will have to boogie and then at the end of the night kick off my kicks and raise up those swollen feats!! :lol: Yes no chairs up front...chair police will get you!!! ;)
:lol: :lol:

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Tue Jun 02, 2009 3:39 pm Profile
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myvinyl333 wrote:
stevie wrote:
Afraid to begin. The reason I go to Albert Hall as many times as I do is (besides being the greatest venue on the planet) the audience. They sit. They have manners that no US audience does. I go to take IN the show. Trust me, my soul can dance without standing. O.K., that said - bring on the "geriatric" hate mail. Stevie


There are times when I would agree, as to my soul dancing. I attend a lot of jazz related shows, Pat Metheny Trio coming to mind... it was the crowd that dictated a seated affair. When he did electric tunes... I had to stand... my feet wanted to move...regardless of the venue. I am 55 and PROUD :D


myvinyl!! love it!! and funny...the other night my husbands band was playing and there was a band on before them. they played a song that sounded familiar, and I went up to hubby and another guy and said "who is this song by, is it Pat Metheny?" and the look I got..they both looked at me with wide eyes and the guy said "I don't know, I"m just really impressed you KNOW who PAT METHENY is!!" :D


Tue Jun 02, 2009 3:41 pm Profile
Wanee Gnome

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thank-you calypsomamma, my new friend too. I actually do dance when the whatever strikes me. BUT, as all my ex's will tell you, for me dancing is normally in between erect and latteral. A little bit scary, so when I do dance I try to make there's no one close enough that I might injure on the way down. Stevie


Tue Jun 02, 2009 5:48 pm Profile
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owllover wrote:
myvinyl333 wrote:
stevie wrote:
Afraid to begin. The reason I go to Albert Hall as many times as I do is (besides being the greatest venue on the planet) the audience. They sit. They have manners that no US audience does. I go to take IN the show. Trust me, my soul can dance without standing. O.K., that said - bring on the "geriatric" hate mail. Stevie


There are times when I would agree, as to my soul dancing. I attend a lot of jazz related shows, Pat Metheny Trio coming to mind... it was the crowd that dictated a seated affair. When he did electric tunes... I had to stand... my feet wanted to move...regardless of the venue. I am 55 and PROUD :D


myvinyl!! love it!! and funny...the other night my husbands band was playing and there was a band on before them. they played a song that sounded familiar, and I went up to hubby and another guy and said "who is this song by, is it Pat Metheny?" and the look I got..they both looked at me with wide eyes and the guy said "I don't know, I"m just really impressed you KNOW who PAT METHENY is!!" :D



Yes I seem to carry names, record labels, venues, etc. in my Grey matter, where REAL musicians (my brother for example) often times do not know or care, hell he doesn't even own any recorded MUSIC!

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