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teesa_66

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  1. Thanks for the link...this was a great interview that I'd not read before! Sounds like Dennis is right where he wants to be in life...wish that we all could be so lucky!
  2. Could it be that they're (DDY and/or Rounder Records) intentionally holding up the release until after the Germany gig so they'll be able to promote the new CD in the US at the tiime of release? I admit, I'd be more likely to make a trip north for another DDY concert if I thought he'd be doing more new music. It was a real treat at the Taste of Blue Ash concert in July when he did three songs off the new CD. They were quite well received by the audience, most of whom I'd bet had never heard them before. I'm sure that was gratifying for DDY.
  3. =)) Very Funny! I have no idea who DDY would pick, maybe Paul McCartney? Or someone from the Ramones?
  4. I can't believe this isn't already on the site! There's an effort to elect "da man" as President! Just check out this link: http://www.tsgnet.com/pres.php?id=46832&am...mp;altl=EfZpvoh You all know who I'm voting for!! Terri
  5. During a radio call-in when word of the new album was just starting to spread (spring of 2006???) I asked Dennis if I could put it on my Christmas List. His response--"For What Year?" Little did I know.... Anyway, I purchased the Canadian version soon after it's release, but I'll still get the US version when or if it becomes available! I do agree with others though, this CD showcases some of DDY's best work and great depth of musical talent. Just my $0.02, tho! Terri
  6. WOW! FOUR YEARS!!!! I had no idea it'd been that long! Ron, thanks for all you do here...I only wish I had time to do more than lurk! Kudos! Terri
  7. OK, so, I made it "back to Chicago" for the show on 6/14 and I noticed some differences from opening night. Now, let me start by saying that I'm not sure how much was changed by the production and how much was due to my different perspective. Opening night I was in the back row towards the right of the stage; this last time I was front row practically center--don't ask me how we managed these seats, we were nowhere near the front of the line (did I mention that it was assigned seating on opening night but general admission this last time?). My oldest son, the one who's attended a couple of DDY
  8. Well, I'll try, but I'm really not much of a critic--I'm too easily entertained! Which is one reason I never listen to the published critics. That and I don't like to have anyone tell me what I'm going to like or dislike! Call me a rebel
  9. I think that's great! I assume DDY is given some recognition on it as well. And, hey, any exposure is good exposure!
  10. I know this is a little late, but, having seen both the Nashville & Chicago productions, I wanted to add my $0.02 worth of review. First I state the more obvious, Bailiwick's production utilizes a much more minimalist stage which at first put me off just a little; the Nashville theater was much bigger, with a much bigger budget and therefore a much more detailed stage. That being said, I was quickly caught up in the story in the Chicago production and really think the lack of distraction of the set itself actually helped. I think because of the minimal set, the cast & ensemble had to w
  11. I have to agree. GA has a powerful, rich voice and did a wonderful job as Quasimodo, particularly given the physical stance he had to adopt, but there was a twang or accent or something to his voice that I personally had trouble getting past. JR, on the other hand, had a very smooth voice, maybe not as booming as GA's, but the power was there when it needed to be. And the emotion! He had me in tears several times! Terri BTW - I'm ba-ack! (hopefully!)
  12. That's right! What was the name of the song Dennis & Glenn did in Atlantic City? "All for Love"? It was a great, rockin' song! I'd love to hear the rest of the album!
  13. Sounds like it was a great evening! Good think you called to inquire about the tickets. I've been away for a while, but have noticed several, um, comments about LaPointe. Did I miss something?
  14. Well, here I am again, a day late and (more than) a dollar short! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!! Terri (who's going to bed now that she's realized that she waited up til midnight to talk to her out-of-town college son after he gets off work at 11:30--except that she just remembered he gets off at 6:00 on Fridays UGH!!!)
  15. Thanks for posting the link. This was a real heart-to-heart, a real in-depth interview. Glad I actually had time to read it all! Terri
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