Tibetan Freedom Concert 97.06.07

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Tibetan Freedom Concert 97.06.07

Postby tiddacious » 17 Sep 2010, 23:54

Noel played a five song set in NYC solo for the Tibetan Freedom. His appearance became the reason the band could not play in China. A CD of various performances was released that had Cast No Shadow on it (which is great if you haven't heard it). Anyway, I want the other four songs. Anybody who can help or point me in the direction to find it? Anybody?
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Postby Mason_100 » 19 Sep 2010, 20:13

I've heard that The Dalai Lama was at that gig actually, and that the horsey song was played.

Sources state that at first His Holiness was in a state of bewildered confusion growing into horror, before becoming exceptionally foul mouthed in the middle section, before collapsing to his knees and murmuring 'all is lost, all is lost' between pathetic sobs.
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Postby Mason_100 » 19 Sep 2010, 20:13

I've heard that The Dalai Lama was at that gig actually, and that the horsey song was played.

Sources state that at first His Holiness was in a state of bewildered confusion growing into horror, before becoming exceptionally foul mouthed in the middle section, before collapsing to his knees and murmuring 'all is lost, all is lost' between pathetic sobs.
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Postby Mason_100 » 19 Sep 2010, 20:13

I've heard that The Dalai Lama was at that gig actually, and that the horsey song was played.

Sources state that at first His Holiness was in a state of bewildered confusion growing into horror, before becoming exceptionally foul mouthed in the middle section, before collapsing to his knees and murmuring 'all is lost, all is lost' between pathetic sobs.
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Postby Nightrip » 19 Sep 2010, 22:36

Mason_100 wrote:I've heard that The Dalai Lama was at that gig actually, and that the horsey song was played.

Sources state that at first His Holiness was in a state of bewildered confusion growing into horror, before becoming exceptionally foul mouthed in the middle section, before collapsing to his knees and murmuring 'all is lost, all is lost' between pathetic sobs.


Horsey song played at a gig in 97? was it an early demo?
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Postby Mason_100 » 20 Sep 2010, 00:22

admins- it says on the actual board page that there has been a reply to my post. All I can see is a dull grey/beige rectangle. And my face is now a colon followed by a vertical line. Any help?
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Postby Gimli, son of Gloin » 20 Sep 2010, 00:48

Mason_100 wrote:admins- it says on the actual board page that there has been a reply to my post. All I can see is a dull grey/beige rectangle. And my face is now a colon followed by a vertical line. Any help?


:lol: :lol:

I actually belly laughed at this post.
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Postby Nightrip » 20 Sep 2010, 13:38

Mason_100 wrote:admins- it says on the actual board page that there has been a reply to my post. All I can see is a dull grey/beige rectangle. And my face is now a colon followed by a vertical line. Any help?


awww only because you know you f**ked up :cry:

perhaps a trip to a land mass covered in green moss is needed.......or just a bouncy ball
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