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MIck-the Stones at Glastonbury

Post Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:02 pm

On a lighter vein.
Great show from the vetern "sir" Mick Jagger last night. They rocked the 100,000 crowd for two hours performed by the best R n R band in history. Some of the band looked their age, 70's but Mick just kept on going like a Rolling Stone.
He was just the same as the last time I saw him live at Murrayfield about 20 years ago.

If only the NHS would hand out what Mick is taking to keep us all going


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Post Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2013 9:23 pm

Would I like to be that thin? - Nope!

Would I like to be that rich? - Maybe!

Would I like to be able to have that impact on 100,000 people by being VERY VERY good at what I do? - You betcha!

Robin,

p.s. I'm sure I saw one stone say to another "why haven't we done Glastonbury before?"

p.p.s Who was that t..t of a commentator/presenter (the male one!).


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Post Posted: Sun Jun 30, 2013 11:57 pm

Your right. Micks waist line is 28 inches. I might have had that size when I was 16 but never from then on.

Dont know the male commentator but you are correct, what a pain. He kept on interrupting
the female when she was talking.

Did you spot the little scene when they went behind the stage background and lifted up a drink.
It was so quick. I thought it was a beer.

20 numbers, two hours. WOW!


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Re: MIck-the Stones at Glastonbury

Post Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 3:25 am

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If only the NHS would hand out what Mick is taking to keep us all going



Agreed. Trouble is it's probably illegal!


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Post Posted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:25 pm

Definitely.

Great picture taken close-up of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards ageing faces on yesterdays front page in the Daily Mail.
Headline caption " Glastonbury's night of the living dead " Smile


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Re: MIck-the Stones at Glastonbury

Post Posted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:29 pm

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Great picture taken close-up of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards ageing faces on yesterdays front page in the Daily Mail.



perhaps a tad Too much information, tombo, but couldn`t agree more with the sentiment.
Watched some of the show at the week-end, and whilst I still probably wouldn`t `bend the knee` to an unmarried tax avoider, they really did sound great.

RIA, Northern Chapter

 

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Re: MIck-the Stones at Glastonbury

Post Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 12:20 am

- tombo



If only the NHS would hand out what Mick is taking to keep us all going



I understand it's quite affordable if you move to central America.

 

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