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Re: (TV) Todd Rundgren
I don't recall that one. What's that all about. I thought it was more
about how Tom didn't approve of Bowie's arrangement of the track. I'd like
to hear more about this other story.
BTW, I'm listening to the new Sonic Youth LP. I never thought I would
hear myself say that it's a really good record. Probably their best since
"Daydream Nation". Gone is the BIG sound which they thought would get them
played on AOR. They've taken a few steps backward and all for the best.
Check it out. M T C
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> Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 15:06:58 -0400 (EDT)
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> Subject: Re: (TV) Todd Rundgren
> Michael Carlucci wrote:
>> From what I know, Tom was asked to leave
>> Bowie's recording session of "Kingdom Come" with the words of Bowie going
>> something like this "I've been in this business alot longer than you have
>> and I'll still be in it when you're gone". What precicpitated that comment I
>> can't remember.
> Wasn't this the time that Tom wanted to bring a whole bunch of people in
> with him (on Bowie's dime)? I seem to recall that story, but can't go
> back to the archives and see what the deal is at the moment...
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