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Re: Nick Seymour on stage in Dublin

silent stream ·
Can only hope nick and neil catch up for a guinness and a chat about what a bloody great idea it would be to make an album... #justsaying
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Re: Nick Seymour on stage in Dublin

renzo ·
Or better yet...Nick gets out his Pajamas and joins the Club.
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Re: Nick Seymour on stage in Dublin

The Ligature ·
Nick received a nice acknowledgement from Neil last night during the Fleetwood Mac show in Dublin. He was at the show and Neil thanked him for helping him record “Don’t Dream It’s Over” before he performed it to it’s largest ever audience in Ireland.
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Nick Seymour on stage in Dublin

The Ligature ·
Midnight Oil performed the second show of their European tour last night, 11th June, at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, a mere 25 years after their only other performances in Ireland! Irish singer/songwriter Declan O’Rourke opened the show and for the final song of his well received set he had two guest musicians - Midnight Oil’s Jim Moginie on guitar/vocals and Nick Seymour on bass/vocals. Crowded House will be represented again in Dublin tomorrow when Neil performs with Fleetwood Mac at the...
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Re: The first CH album

UK Neil ·
Paul and Nick were watching from the studio desk area . Apparently Mitchell Froome was not happy with the way the track was progressing and decided that he needed more of a swing or shuffle beat and so he brought in Messers Scheff and Keltner to do the business and they nailed it in a couple of takes . Although miffed at the time Paul said the he had learnt a thing or two. This is all in the book Something So Strong and I am quoting from memory.
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The first CH album

Flagon of Beer ·
Hi Finnatics, I have been playing the very first CH album on my record player this morning and it is still so good. I just noticed in the liner notes that Jim Keltner(the great session man) and Jerry Scheff are listed as playing drums and bass on Now We're Getting Somewhere. Where were Paul and Nick when this track was being recorded and how come they aren't on it?
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Re: The first CH album

Flagon of Beer ·
Awesome, thanks for that UK Neil. I always considered Paul and Nick to have such a fabulous understanding of each other with their sense of whatever the technical term is but they had a great groove and balance in their sound. Supplementary question... at the start of Love You Till The Day I Die is it Paul that does the shrieks at the start? My son always thought it was the coolest start to a song ever.
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Re: The first CH album

Jaffaman ·
Nick and Neil talk about Mitchell bringing in session musicians for "Now We're Getting Somewhere" at 14mins 54 secs in:
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Re: The first CH album

Flagon of Beer ·
Wow, thanks Jaffaman!
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Re: The first CH album

Flagon of Beer ·
Ha...cheers.
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Re: The first CH album

Paināporo ·
Yes, that's Paul screaming!
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