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Re: new biography (Rabbits on the Run interview) from amazon.com
« Reply #45 on: May 22, 2011, 11:29:57 pm »
so far we have 6 different live recordings of IDWTBAB.

the only differences are
the first recording she says "Got a new philosophy" instead of "Got a fresh philosophy"
a few times she switches the word "golden" for "diamond" in the line  "Don't need no golden ring"
a few times she says the word "love" after the line "Can we keep the ever after"
and of course a couple of the recordings don't feature backing vocals by Ari.
the first recording she sort of clapped along for the beginning of the song.
as time went by the kind of changed the way they sing the backing vocal part. example: in one of the recordings she adds an extra "you and me".

not very big differences.

What are the six? I think I only have four.  :-\

6/19/2010 - Nashville, TN
9/10/2010 - Ann Taylor in NY
10/9/2010 - Union, NJ
2/14/2011 - Western Carolina University
2/19/2011 - Sunset Sessions in CA
4/09/2011 - Springfield, MA

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Re: new biography (Rabbits on the Run interview) from amazon.com
« Reply #46 on: May 26, 2011, 12:37:15 am »
So interesting to see Watership Down as such an influential piece of literature so long after it was published in 1972. I remember the film as a
notable animated feature in 1978, the feature track 'Bright Eyes' by Art Garfunkel going on to be a British Chart-topping #1 single. See Wiki  ;)



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Re: new biography (Rabbits on the Run interview) from amazon.com
« Reply #47 on: May 26, 2011, 06:43:39 am »
I wonder if Vanessa is a fan of the film Donnie Darko? It had both Watership Down and A Brief History of Time in it.