January 13, 2013 – 4:58 am

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Paris 1972 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Fete De’l Humanite, Paris, France; September 9, 1972. A fair to good French radio broadcast; some hiss.

Here’s a classic Who show from way back. Unfortunately, it’s not a complete show though it’s probably a complete broadcast. Thanks to Arcorman and to TUFF_GONG for sharing the show on the net. For those who found the sound less than satisfactory, someone commented: “This [is] what French radio sounded like in the ’70s!”

Arcorman noted: “I got this tape in a trade in the ’80s or early ’90s and I have not edited/remastered anything. This torrent is dedicated to my friends at Long Live [email protected]!”

The following are some comments at

I am just right in front of the scene, slightly on the side of Pete! The weather is not that good but it doesnt rain (at least not yet!).

One plunges in the past with “I Can’t Explain” which resounds agreeably to my ears. The Les Paul guitar of Pete circles in any direction. Energetic “Summertime Blues” follows. Then, Entwistle approaches the microphone to sing “My Wife”. Immense crowd really starts to be excited. Who machine is definitively launched, and the titles goes at a tremendous speed: “Baba O’Riley, Behind Blue Eyes, Bargain, Won’t Get Fooled Again, Magic Bus, The Relay, Pinball Wizard, See Me Feel Me, My Generation, Naked Eye, Long Live Rock’n'roll”… but all of a sudden, the feast of humanity is in the dark.

No electricity. And it is in an indescribable environment which everyone rises behind me to listen to Pete Townshend who announce in a speaking pipe that The Who will return on stage as soon as the electricity came back. But after 10 minutes the festival was without lights. Then rain started to fall. The festival was definitively finished, but on that special evening, I saw The Who in a dazzling form and few more songs would have filled me.

For the “small history” I’ve read in a French magazine (Maxipop) that during all the concert, a bearded Eric Clapton was on the right side of the stage, invited by Pete.

All the concert has been filmed. I remember that two cameramans were on the left and right side of the stage. All the concerts was organised by Radio TéléLuxembourg (RTL). - Olivier Coiffard

The “open air” concert in Paris was in fact not organized by RTL (although there was a RTL backdrop behind the band). The occasion was a two day “fête” organized by “L’Humanité” which is the daily paper of the Parti Communiste Français. It took place in “La Courneuve” a town in the Paris suburbs.

“La Fête de l’Humanité” is a real institution in France and takes place early September. It has concerts, rock but also everything else, shows, and political debates.

I was present at that Who concert (had travelled from Brittany with the other members of my band to attend) and I thought the concert was brilliant. Everybody loved that concert. Very exciting. - Hugues

Pictures by Olivier Coiffard, posted at - Thanks!

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Track 01. I Can’t Explain (3.0MB)
Track 02. Summertime Blues (5.0MB)
Track 03. My Wife (8.7MB)
Track 04. Baba O’Riley (7.4MB)
Track 05. Behind Blue Eyes (4.6MB)
Track 06. Bargain (14.3MB)
Track 07. Won’t Get Fooled Again (11.9MB)
Track 08. Magic Bus (16.4MB)
Track 09. Relay (10.5MB)

Not broadcast:
Pinball Wizard
See Me Feel Me
My Generation
Naked Eye
Long Live Rock

Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
John Entwistle - vocals, bass
Keith Moon - vocals, drums
Pete Townshend  - vocals, guitar

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  1. 61 Responses to “THE WHO - PARIS 1972”

  2. seems to be a lot of french tv brdcsts from the late 60s early 70s of british rock bands. thankfully these were saved. most of them seem to be from 21mins to about an hour altho there seems to be a few just short of 90mins. not just the huge names either. there are lots of lesser known artists and bands that seem to have recorded fm shows and tv performances in paris in that time frame. many are on youtube and can easily be converted.
    theres a fantastic sabbath from 70 and of course the zep from 69. theres the move and many more. search for your fave bands and type in paris or france and the years 1969 thru 1973 and u will be amazed what u find. and then filter it to show longer than 20mins.
    heres a link to the sabbath -
    theres tons more. and there are of course many cd boots that are on there without video counterparts.

    By darth on Jan 13, 2013

  3. “seems to be a lot of french tv brdcsts from the late 60s early 70s of british rock bands.” Well, duh! British and American TV broadcasts too!

    “there are of course many cd boots that are on there without video counterparts.” Well, duh! There are many bootlegs on the internet! Duh!

    By Well Duh on Jan 13, 2013

  4. Some month before the Paris gig I attented a Who show in Wetzikon, Switzerland. Best live show ever!
    Cheers Tony

    By Tony Lauber on Jan 13, 2013

  5. Some years ago I get a bootleg with the whole concert.
    After “Relay” the band played “Pinball Wizard”, “See Me Feel Me”, “My Generation / Naked Eye” and “Long Live Rock” The sound quality is very different from fair to poor, cause it’s a mix of radio-broadcast and audience recording. I think the missing songs are from lesser-quality audience recording.

    By Kuhl510 on Jan 13, 2013


    this is a video clip of elo - mr blue sky from last year. its all animated. its an updated version of the song. slightly different from the original but many of yall may not have seen this clip. play it on full screen. its worth it. its absolutely fantastic. very psychedelic and extremely high quality. highly recommended. enjoy.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  7. well duh - i was referring to youtube. there are a lot of full cd boots on youtube without video counterparts. u obviously misunderstood what i said. either that or u purposely chose to be stupid. i think its a combination of the 2. altho to a degree your stupidity isnt really that much of a choice. im thinking u were just born that way. what other reason is there for why u would do what u are doing?
    of course there are boots all over the net. thats not the point i was making. i was talking about youtube specifically. and france / paris specifically. and late 60s early 70s tv brdcsts specifically. i know all this seems to have escaped u. im not surprised given your level of stupidity as i mentioned above. and im sure u will have a response as u felt compelled above.
    the fact that there are british and american tv brdcsts doesnt matter. in fact there really arent very many at all. there are nearly no british and american concert tv brdcsts from 68-73. there are some that started in 73 onwards. but in that particular period.. no. there just arent many at all. however in france they seem to have picked up on things. thats why i mentioned this in the first place. there is a zep and a sabbath and a who. of course. we in america dont have similarly lengthed concerts of these bands or any others from that era. we just didnt do that sort of thing. this is why i mentioned what i did.

    rather than try to harass me with follow up postings commenting on everything i type in this forum.. why not just collect the music and leave me alone? find something else to do and get a f’n life. stupid scumbag.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  8. find something else to do and get a f’n life. stupid scumbag.


    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  9. “there are nearly no british and american concert tv brdcsts from 68-73.”

    Hootenanny, Shindig, Ready Steady Go, Old Grey Whistle Test, Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts, Jerry Blavat’s Discophonic Scene, Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert, and Midnight Special weren’t on American & British TV?? Well, duh, where were they then?? Duh!!

    “get a f’n life. stupid scumbag.”

    Well, duh, if YOU had a life, you wouldn’t waste your time on a stupid scumbag, would you?? DUH!!

    By Well Duh on Jan 14, 2013

  10. Welcome to the fold Well duh, its always good to have decent folks around.
    pay no never mind to mr congeniality , he hates everyone.

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  11. Thanks for the cordial greeting, SARGE, mr darth seems to have online road rage.

    Odd that he would provide a link to an ELO video on a Who post. Even odder still is that his link leads to a Black Sabbath video! WELL DUH!! Talk about stupid scumbags! :)

    By Well Duh on Jan 14, 2013

    this is a video clip of elo - mr blue sky from last year. its all animated

    No its not. you been taking the wrong meds again there darthy boy..this is Black Sabbath.
    oh, you didn`t make a mistake did you ?????

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  13. darth, from one stupid scumbag to another, here’s your ELO link:

    You’re welcome! :)

    By Well Duh on Jan 14, 2013

  14. btw.. a better quality show.. and its 47mins long.. and its audience recorded from a few days earlier is on youtube is at -

    and while im at it.. in case anyone is interested.. later with jools holland this thurs has david gilmour. jon stewart will have roger waters. he obviously wont play but for those interested in what he has to say.. well thats on monday approximately 24 hours from now. and buddy guy is on letterman wed. train is on leno on the 17th.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  15. no response to your gaffe?
    with your track record durth I`ll skip the letterman and jools holland shows as they will probably lead us to a flintstones marathon…

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  16. i had 2 links saved and the one i intended to paste didnt paste. the wrong one did. oops. yes the above one is the right one.

    as for all those shows u mentioned u better check your dates. and those are small snippets of single song performances. not concerts. theres a huge difference between one and 2 song performances and what we have here with the who being recorded for an hour or a half hour. or a band like zep or sabbath etc. my point as if i have to keep making it.. is that we didnt have shows where we did this. french tv did. none of those shows u listed did this. and most of them didnt exist in the time frame that i was specifying. check your dates. midnite special and don kirshner was 73 and later. the other shows u mentioned like bernstein and blavat didnt do concerts by bands or artists anyone had ever heard of. shindig and hootenanny did single songs and often werent live perfs. same with ready steady go. when they were live it was not at a concert venue. it was in studio and mimed. none of these were actual concert performances. u are totally missing my entire point. i dont know why u are insisting on continuing this stupid game and proving yourself to be ridiculously ignorant and stupid. i guess thats why u arent using your regular name. cuz u dont want ppl to know who u are and how fn stupid u are on that name. lol. i stand by what i said.. and what i said stands and holds up even to the best of your ability to try to tear it down.

    my sabbath link was offered twice accidentally. i guess when i attempted to copy the elo link it didnt copy and the sabbath one stuck in my buffer. sorry.
    in any event.. i hope everyone was able to view the elo video. it is very much worth viewing. i sent the correct one via email to my friends.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  17. i guess thats why u arent using your regular name. cuz u dont want ppl to know who u are and how fn stupid u are on that name

    and your real name is Darth?

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  18. i dont sit here all day looking to see if u posted comments to my comments so that i can respond to them. u need a life. seriously. i only came to the page to post a message and i found a comment or two from a few of u idiots. do u really have nothing better to do?

    i didnt give links to letterman or jools holland. so theres nothing to lead u to any flintstone marathon. unless u dont know how to turn the channels on your tv set. which wouldnt surprise me.
    if u dont like buddy guy.. or david gilmour.. then dont watch those shows. its no skin off my nose. why the hell would i care what u watch? its for ppl who do like them. i would expect u to watch the flintstones and be far more entertained actually. thats about your speed actually.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  19. the point is.. i dont change names. i only use one name to post. and yes.. my name is darth. who are u to suggest it isnt? again u are missing my point. why am i not surprised?

    again.. the point for u.. since u are that fn stupid.. is that the idiot using the name well duh.. is not using his regular name to post messages because hes afraid. same thing for all the other idiots using various names other than their usual names. i dont do that. see? do u really not get this? i dont hide. i use the same name to post 100% of the time.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  20. btw… sugarmegs has this show.. with the following set list -

    01 Can’t Explain
    02 Summertime Blues
    03 My Wife
    04 Baba O’Riley
    05 Behind Blue Eyes
    06 Bargain
    07 Won’t Get Fooled Again (cut)
    08 Magic Bus
    09 The Relay
    10 Pinball Wizard
    11 See Me, Feel Me (cut)

    which makes me think that perhaps more songs were broadcast than previously thought or there was another brdcst at a later date with more songs or that someone who thought certain songs werent brdcst was simply wrong.

    and…there are 7 other 1972 performances there as well. some of them are fm and sbd quality.

    By darth on Jan 14, 2013

  21. “check your dates. midnite special and don kirshner was 73 and later.”

    YOU said “68-73″, thanks for confirming that I’m right! Duh!

    “bernstein and blavat didnt do concerts by bands or artists anyone had ever heard of.”

    The New York Philharmonic Orchestra in Carnegie Hall, and every Motown and significant R&B singer of the ’60s are unknown?? Well duh, only to a stupid scumbag! Duh!

    “i guess thats why u arent using your regular name. cuz u dont want ppl to know who u are and how fn stupid u are on that name.”

    Well duh, isn’t that YOUR excuse, “darth”?? Duh!!

    “the sabbath one stuck in my buffer.”

    No, darth, your head was stuck in your ass! Again! DUH!!

    “i sent the correct one via email to my friends.”

    And you sent the WRONG LINK here to show how stupid you are? Well duh, it worked! Duh!

    You have no friends. Duh.

    By Well Duh on Jan 14, 2013

  22. “the idiot using the name well duh.. is not using his regular name to post messages because hes afraid. same thing for all the other idiots using various names other than their usual names. i dont do that. see? do u really not get this?”

    Well… no, darth… duh. I stopped doing acid years ago.

    By Well Duh on Jan 14, 2013

  23. “well duh - i was referring to youtube.”

    the funniest thing darth’s ever written!

    “and your real name is Darth?”

    indeed it is, sarge- darth mccursingrant.

    By barth on Jan 14, 2013

  24. a great show from a group i love i downloaded for the woman i love delores caudle. Just like the who delores is irreplaceable tresure.

    By never gives up on Jan 14, 2013

  25. FYI this is NOT a radio bdcst, it is an audience recording and if you listen closly during the intro to WGFA you’ll hear the taper screwing around wiht the mic. That and the total lack of fidelity even for early 1970’s proves this to those who know what to listen for.

    By gsv107 on Jan 14, 2013

  26. Would you guys leave Darth alone?? And Darth, if someone flames you on here, just don’t answer. Screw them and whatever they think. Some people find your knowledge interesting and all you were doing was pointing out a link someone might be interested in. I wouldn’t give them the time of day.

    By Dave on Jan 14, 2013

  27. I didn`t know darth had a brother named dave.

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  28. i didnt give links to letterman or jools holland. so theres nothing to lead u to any flintstone

    I never said you gave a link . whatsamatter can`t read ? you jump all over people when they don`t read your ramblings properly.
    numbskull with a bogus name .its not darth, . I did a little poking around on the internet you are pretty easy to find due to your history of screwing people around.

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 14, 2013

  29. “there are 7 other 1972 performances there as well. some of them are fm and sbd quality.” FYI-Unfortunately not true
    There is this clip from Sweden (which is awesome!!!)
    This and Sweden is it. In the Who’s Archive is song from another show on View To A Backstage Pass, a version of Magic Bus, which is from the Euro tour 1972 (but labelled as Mammoth Gardens, Denver, Colorado, 9 June 1970).
    There is a decent audience recording of this Fete show that is complete

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  30. Let me try that again, my comment is just in reference to other soundboards from the Who in 1972 (for what its worth). Or as my wife would say…how many times do you need to hear Baba O’Riley?

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  31. dan - sorry but u are wrong. i checked sugarmegs and found 8 items from 72. one of them was this item. that leaves 7 more. that makes me correct. then i said ’some’ of them..etc.. that is also correct. i said nothing incorrect. so i am correcting your correction. thank u.
    and i was only referring to sugarmegs.
    in general there are other 72 items that exist that are out there in fm and sbd quality. not a lot mind u but some. many more from 73 of course. a few from 70 and a couple from 71.

    as for this paris item.. it is in fact a radio brdcst. the screwing around u hear sounds more to me like static. it actually sounds like he has a microphone aimed at his speakers to tell u the truth. like he doesnt have a direct line in to his tape deck from his radio.
    u can hear an announcer just prior to i cant explain on track 1. and again just prior to the start of the song summertime blues on track 2. the french radio people love to walk on songs. trust me. this is absolutely a radio broadcast. just not a very well recorded one. the copy on sugarmegs is way better quality. very lowfi but much higher quality.

    By darth on Jan 15, 2013

  32. he was correcting me if u were paying attn. i didnt just haphazardly bring this up. read the page. again.. whats wrong with u?

    By darth on Jan 15, 2013

  33. lmfao!

    By barth on Jan 15, 2013

  34. Oh dear. Darth, I’m just giving out info as I’m a long time collector of the Who….not as an ego thing. Yes, this is from a broadcast. Yes, there is an announcer on this….and he speaks French!!!
    This, being the show listed here and the excerpt from Sweden video are the only common shows collectors have THAT ARE SOUNDBOARDS FROM THE 1972 tour. There is a complete 1972 show that is in the archives…where Magic Bus has already been released (probably 8/23/72 Stockholm, Kungliga Tennishallen).
    There are some shows that are mis-labelled as soundboards such as Berlin 72 and Palasport, Italy. There are 16 shows available to collectors (I may have missed a few since I’m trying to work and this is probably a pointless discussion)
    I have them all, and have been scouring the internet with other traders with the Who being my number 1 target. To my knowledge, which is based on collecting the Who for over 40 years….could be in error yes. I’m sure there ARE soundboards, but those are in private collectors hands…And not in trading circles

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  35. Sarge-NOW I understand why you guys torture him…..

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  36. same as it ever was. thanks very much for your input DanC, your expertise is welcomed by many here. as you’ve already concluded, its an ego thing for a very small minority.

    By barth on Jan 15, 2013

  37. Sarge: I’m with ya on the Rainbow Concert. Its more important that it happened than it be an amazing concert…
    And for what its worth, I’ve learned a lot from all of you guys on many bands that I used to not care for at all. I did not mean to come off as anything other than somebody trading fun facts.

    BTW, not complete but here’s a step (or so) better in sound quality (I think) on this show. I wish this guy

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  38. Didn’t finish my thought….would circulate his tape…..

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  39. as for what i said earlier and dan’s correction.. i still maintain what i said - i said “there are 7 other 1972 performances there [on sugarmegs] as well. some of them are fm and sbd quality”. i maintain what i said. i dont know what the problem is. if u have a problem with something i said.. thats your problem. nothing i said is wrong. look carefully at the words i used. one or two can be ’some’. in this case it is 2.
    when i was talking about this show (paris) being a radio brdcst i was correcting gsv who insisted it wasnt not u. if u noticed he said it wasnt. u didnt. i was giving evidence that it was indeed a brdcst. there appears to be more than one copy out there. the copy here has wavering issues and certain sounds in the recording that are not evident in the sugarmegs version. clearly 2 different sources.
    as far as them torturing me.. u saying that now u see why theyre doing that.. is a little ignorant on your part. first of all.. theyre not torturing me. suggesting that they are would imply that im suffering. im not. 2ndly that u can suddenly see why they are doing what theyre doing?? what the fuck is that all about? i gave u reason for this attitude? again i made a statement that u misread and u get on my case for this. now im the bad guy? what on earth is wrong with u?? u tried to correct something i said that wasnt wrong. when i point out that i wasnt wrong several times and u keep insisting that your correction is factual which i am not debating one way or the other.. im just pointing out that i didnt say anything incorrect in the first place that needed u to correct me. u seem to be on some strange kick hoping ppl will pat u on the back.. as they are doing of course.. since u are joining them in their attack. and lo and behold u have the unmitigated audacity to say now u understand why they torture me? holy shit!!
    if there was any chance i could have had any respect for u.. that is totally out the window.

    By darth on Jan 15, 2013

  40. “what on earth is wrong with u??”

    nothing. its my new favorite vowel.

    By barth on Jan 15, 2013


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    By hatti malatee on Jan 15, 2013

  43. if there was any chance i could have had any respect for u.. that is totally out the window.


    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 15, 2013

  44. Darth: This is what exists
    Out of curiosity (genuine), can you list for me that you’ve found the FM or soundboards from 1972 performed by the Who live aside from the Paris 9/9/72 show? If there is something…its a major find–share please!!

    The 1972 Tommy show…which is a soundboard listed on your sugarmegs site is not a Who show, its interesting….but it features an all stars show that was performed with the London Symphony Orchestra.

    By DanC on Jan 15, 2013

  45. Put up or shut up, darth. You said there were 7 other 1972 Who performances available for downloading, 40-year Who collector DanC politely disagrees. Please share your major find with us all, darth.

    Or is saying they’re “on sugarmegs” just your exit strategy? When you’re proven wrong, and shown to be a profane, angry horse’s ass yet again, will you blame it on Sugarmegs?

    Interesting that DanC has already shown us that one of the shows you cited is not The Who… which leads me to believe that you haven’t listened to ANY of these shows. Well, darth?

    By Dingus on Jan 16, 2013

  46. Now this is why I read the postings! Please Darth, never stop! Your inane blather is part of the reason I come here. Sarge could say water is wet & Darth would go on a 500 word diatribe on why it isn’t. Love Barth too. Welcome to the fold indeed Well Duh. You’ll learn to love this musical genius as much as we all do! Way too much funny shit here to even begin to comment on! “flintstones marathon”, “Well, duh, if YOU had a life, you wouldn’t waste your time on a stupid scumbag, would you?? DUH!!” (I’ve thought that before when he came at me), “nothing really, actually it is one of the finer letters in the alphabet (my fav), on & on! One of my favorite posts ever! Poke a stick in the hive & out pops the fool. Love it!
    Oh, thanks Darth for the Sabbath link, even if it was a mistake on your part. Loved it, really.

    By Starrwatts on Jan 16, 2013

  47. Wait a minute- darth told us about a Who concert we could download from Sugarmegs…. and the band playing the songs IS NOT The Who????



    Who’s the “stupid scumbag” now, darth????

    By Well Duh on Jan 16, 2013



    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 16, 2013

  49. For real? Sorry to here that buddy, I recommend STRAWBS they will help ease what ails ya, take care.

    By Jimmy Frost on Jan 16, 2013

  50. That killed the mood,thanks DROPKICK, maybe find a less agressive name and maybe she would have stayed. I picture you have a brush cut and when not drinking your driving around in your pickup truck looking for gays to beat!

    By Ass man on Jan 16, 2013

  51. Hey DROPKICK, Sorry to hear about your wife taking flight. Darth you a know it all dick!

    By Big Shirtless Steve on Jan 16, 2013

  52. Hey Dropkick Sarge this site is about music, keep your pathetic tales of lost love to yourself numb nuts, your as bad as Darth… Jez!

    By Hard knox on Jan 16, 2013

  53. Hey Hard Knox loosen up :) this is a friendly site!

    By Big Shirtless Steve on Jan 16, 2013

  54. When does your month start Darth? I think that proposition is spot on DROPKICK!

    By Big Shirtless Steve on Jan 16, 2013

    OH YEAH,

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 16, 2013

  56. When does your month start Darth? I think that proposition is spot on DROPKICK!

    big shirtless steve, doesn`t it seem odd to you that darth disappeared after dropkick laid down the gauntlet but a few hours later a bogus dropkick shows up?

    By Uncle Remus on Jan 16, 2013

  57. there seems to be a curious plethora of ” new names” and posters today .

    By Uncle Remus on Jan 16, 2013

  58. This truly is a mystery, maybe Darth has gne deep undercover! I did find it strange a guy was announcing his wife left him but the chance to ridicule overcame my logic,I must apolijise DROPKICK for my comments!

    By Hard knox on Jan 16, 2013

  59. Hey everyone Im new!!!! Although I have no alternative evil motives just here to enjoy good music and Banter, Im James from U.K!!

    By Hard knox on Jan 16, 2013


    By DROPKICK DARTH on Jan 17, 2013

  61. SARGE, Yup you got it. Some don’t. 2 of my favs(& NO crap about how they’re not any good…Idiots)! Sorry somebody boosted yer name…wonder who? “Dropkick” perhaps…Hmmm? The fact that Darth isn’t responding to all of this is weird indeed. Expected a load of crap. Maybe he woke up or is dead. Either way…
    Carly can kiss my ass as well, or anything else she see fit to do with it(at least, back in the day!).

    By Starrwatts on Jan 18, 2013

  62. Starrwatts, I don`t think there is anyone as steady as charlie watts. He never messes up the time.never. As for Ringo , lots of folks think he was lucky and in the right place at the right time.
    Ask them to show you how they drum to “Come Together”..heh heh..separates the men from the little drummer boys.
    take care bro.

    By DROPKICK SARGE on Jan 18, 2013

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