Wed, May 6, at 5: Thank you, Adam and Stuart To: Your life stories have always been an inspiration to me, reminding me that if you guys can do it, so can I.
In retrospect, I wish they would have had the wiggly oil projection for more songs. Nice to see Dave singing the high descending part wheeeeeeee.
The five of them sounded so nice and tight I don't see why they think more people on stage. The oils are great, much more psychedelic than the lasers! I don't really understand how people could have thought that it was taped or at least lip-synced.
Got a decent response from the crowd. Perhaps it was the first song they recognized? Heck, most of the crown, when hearing AD thought "Hey! This isn't on the new album, the Wwall, or Dark Side! Do we need two drummers? Why no Learning To Fly film from the last tour?
Tim Renwick is slowly turning it into his song with his solo at the end. I wanted Dave to give me a raincoat! On The Turning Away A: Good response, but I think that it is time to retire it and add another TDB song. The version in Ames, Dave sounded truly inspired, this one he was just going through the motion.
It's also neat to see how Dave goes to the Bruce Springsteen school of band control to tell everyone that he's finished soloing. Nice version, sounded like a different arrangement new age TIB?
Great Day For Freedom J: Looks like no Poles Apart. Would have killed for Poles. A real good showcase for dave to go braaaww with his guitar.
For fun, try counting how many songs have the brrraaawww sound starting the guitar solo. I'm a big brrraaaawww fan! Sorrow just keeps getting better and better.
Why does Guy have to jump during the end though! Definately one of the highlights of the whole show Sorrow, not Guy jumping. Second hit single of the night!
The quad sound was pretty cool where we were sitting, but it was funnier to hear Stephen Hawking before soundcheck with no other music. One Of These Days J: Now I'm biased here. When I hear one member of a band play a really neat part, I expect the others to follow suit is it obvious that Rush is my fave band?
It could have used a Les Claypool bass solo though. Pretty good version, though I liked the one big pig version better. I thought that the pigs were too evil looking. I also would have liked it they wandered around a bit.
My big question is: Why does everyone who isn't playing anything including Dave have to leave the stage? Also, did the pigs get tossed out at all of the shows?Who wrote Genesis?
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Sumo wrestlers learn Japanese in only one year. Khatz of All Japanese All the Time did it in 18 months. And now Ken Seeroi takes up the challenge. So firstly, Adam in romaji (Japanese language written with English characters) is simply Adamu, pronounced A-DA-MU.
In the Japanese writing system, it is usual to write foreign names using Katakana, so Adam would look like アダム.
If you are planning to study at a Japanese University or work at a Japanese company, your Japanese writing skills will need to be at an academic level.
This book is a good guide for writting essays/papers in Japanese. It offers help with essay structure, from the first paragraph right through to the summary.
It also te. Japanese usually writes words from English and other languages in katakana. Katakana is phonetic, so a katakana transcription of an English word is based on how the word sounds, not how it is spelt.
Katakana is phonetic, so a katakana transcription of an English word is based on how the word sounds, not how it is spelt.