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She's The One: a forgotten classic

Great Wide Open Yesterday, 06:09 PM
   She’s The One could be the forgotten album. It seemed so at the time; perhaps if the movie had been a hit that would’ve changed its reception.    This is a pretty good record.   But before I get to it, I think there’s a demarcation worth discussing in TPATH’s works....
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The US Generation 1982 - Any Year Now?

The Waiting Yesterday, 04:50 AM
Anyone has any idea what happened to this film, supposed to have been out in 2012.. and then in 2013.. and.. It should feature clips/material from TP&TH's one hour slot from Sept 4, 1982. Which btw happen to be just 4 days and 3 gigs into Howie Epstein's stint with the band, and thus likely...
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Greatest Hits Sessions Non Hits Question

Great Wide Open 14 Apr 2015
There's this thing I've been wondering about for a long time.. Midway through TP's (and the other's, sans Stan) work with the Wildflowers sessions, MCA wanted additional material, intended as bonus tracks for the upcoming Greatest Hits record. Supposedly MCA initially...
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Live version of You Tell Me - Help!!!

Great Wide Open 13 Apr 2015
Having watched the VH1 Classic Albums - TPHB Dam The Torpedo's and the 'extras' section of Benmont and Shelly Yakus talking through the finer points of 'You Tell Me', all about the unintentional chamber music, Duck Dunn laying down the bass, the legendary Ahmet Ertegun blessing 'You Tell Me' as h...
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Ringo Starr on Benmont

Great Wide Open 13 Apr 2015
There's a great new interview with Ringo in The Daily Beast.  Here's what he has to say about Benmont:   "I ask Starr if “Not Looking Back,” a piano ballad (unusual for him) and one of the standout tracks on Postcards, is about Barbara Bach, whom Starr has been married to for almost 35...
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