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Re: (TV) Re: Important Correction from Richard Lloyd/Torn Curtain live
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- Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 17:19:40 -0500
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The rhythmic pull-up octave licks - I'm a guitar player but I don't
what they're supposed to be called, always sounded to me like a
distressed cat meowing over and over again. Best part of the song in
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 4:00 PM, andy fekete <email@example.com> wrote:
> After rehearsing the Torn Curtain over and over for literally months and
> playing it live a dozen times (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ_aksYOMQ4),
> I've come to the conclusion that even given our limitations as musicians, TC
> is a particularly challenging tune to play live, especially if you try to
> remain faithful to the tone and arrangement of the original LP version.
> It's not that the tune is technically difficult -- we could deal with that.
> It's just that in a live setting, overly long and dreary arrangement is a
> buzz-kill for all but the most die-hard fans.
> In the few live Television recordings I've heard of Torn Curtain, it sounded
> to me like the band was tinkering with the feel of the song, trying to
> increase its live appeal. One of the more successful live versions I heard
> sounded almost metal. It was quite good, though distinctly different from
> the LP version.
> On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 5:10 PM, postitnote <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> I was browsing through the archives when I hit on this super interesting
>> which had a letter in it to Leo from Richard Lloyd. It was Richard telling
>> the correct story of how the cover pic of MM was chosen. That is so cool
>> read that and so very nice of Richard to take the time to write out the
>> details and all. And very good of Leo to ask him about it. It really
>> makes a
>> great story. I wonder if he's still working on him memoirs...
>> And I asked earlier about live versions of Torn Curtain and so far I see it
>> was played quite a few times in '76 but I don't see any live recordings of
>> past that time...but there could be.
>> Thanks everyone for this being such a good source of info.
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