Goldenday: Новости, материалы и факты о том составе, ради которого мы все здесь собрались

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Voldar: Вот спасибо.

Gardener: Из книги о Traveling Wilburys: Jeff Lynne: George said to me, ‘We should have a group, me and you.’ I said, ‘Great, who would we have in it?’ He said, ‘Well, I’ll have Bob Dylan.’ I said, ‘Can we have Roy Orbison?’ We thought Tom Petty would be a great member of the group too; luckily so did Tom.

Voldar: Чуть Тома не забыли.А о какой книге идет речь?Отличная фотка Джеффа за работой.

Goldenday: Voldar пишет: о какой книге идет речь? Да всё о той же, Володь, которая только что вышла.

Voldar: Мдя,это пару кубометров деревянных.

ТНЮ: Джефф Линн на фото --- Качо-о-о-ок!

Voldar: Here comes the son Под таким многозначительным названием Pioneer Press опубликовала статью посвященную Дхани Харрисону. http://www.twincities.com/entertainment/ci_13771268?nclick_check=1

Voldar: Свершилось.На сайте в разделе история размещена первая часть History 5.Огромное спасибо за помощь участнице нашего форума Elaine.

Goldenday: Молодцы!!

Voldar: Друзья,почитайте.Мне очень важно Ваше мнение,тем более эта штука будет плод коллективного творчества.

Игорь г.Дзержинск: Ребята, всё замечательно. Особое спасибо Elaine, впервые читал эту статью.

Elaine: Это Владимиру спасибо, который ее нашел

Voldar: Пятеро богатырей или неуловимые уилбурис.

Goldenday: Джефф - ну вылитый главный бандюган, а Боб на модджахеда похож


Voldar: Пришлось призадуматься куда поместить эту новость,но посмотрите сами.В радио передаче The Beatles: Here, There And Everywhere 3-Part Radio Special будут новые интервью с Томом и Джеффом. http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/news/upcoming_releases/the_beatles_here_there_and_everywhere_3-part_radio_special.html

Goldenday: Конечно, радостная новость! Джефф, как всегда, скромняга - в середине длинного списка фамилий

SLQ: Это не новая,а старая статья, но просили сюда кинуть. UNSEEN DESIGN Back in 1988, The Traveling Wilburys supergroup (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, and Jeff Lynne) actually thought about touring to support their first album. Production/lighting designer Jim Lenahan (Petty's longtime designer) was enlisted for the job. For inspiration, he turned to the album's art. "It had all these weird, Monty Python-esque pictures on the back, and Eric Idle did the liner notes," he says. "So I envisioned some kind of Terry Gilliamesque vehicle as the set. The sails were going to be projection surfaces, and the wing was a thrust that we could go out on. The wheel house was the monitor mix position, and there would be smoke coming out of the smokestack and the wheels on the train would turn. But it was a really conceptual sketch, and we never got as far as the nuts and bolts of how we would actually do it." When the band finally made a firm commitment--not to tour, as it turned out--Lenahan approached Petty about using the idea for his upcoming tour. "He said, 'Sure, draw it up. Maybe we can use it.' So I did and he loved it, and he said, `Hang on to it; when it comes time to go out, we'll look into building it.' "Well, a few months went by, and I went back to it, and every time I'd look at it and think, 'This is the Traveling Wilburys. This is not Tom Petty,'" Lenahan continues. "I finally went back to Petty and told him I just didn't think it was a Tom Petty-looking set. He said, 'Okay. Well, what else you got?' And I said, 'What do you think about a big tree?' That's how we ended up doing the big inflatable treehouse for the 1991-92 Into the Great Wide Open tour. Now that Roy Orbison has died, I don't think there's any chance the Traveling Wilburys will ever tour. But it was a fun idea." ~~~~~~~~ By Catherine McHugh Entertainment Design, Feb2000, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p23, 1/2p,

Voldar: Это я попросил Елену,рассказать эту историю,так как она имеет продолжение.Как сообщает contactmusic во вчерашних новостях Джордж мечтал о этом туре. HARRISON DREAMED OF WILBURYS SHIP TOUR Late rocker GEORGE HARRISON once dreamed up a high seas adventure for supergroup the TRAVELING WILBURYS - but it was too much of a risk to get TOM PETTY, BOB DYLAN, ROY ORBISON and the former BEATLES star himself on a boat. Harrison shared his sailing tour idea with Petty, explaining the End of the Line hitmakers would dock in coves and perform for anyone who could row out for the show. Petty recalls, "He said, 'We should get a ship, just sail around. We could pull into a cove and play to guys in outrigger canoes. And we'll call it the Sponsor Ship. We'll paint a different corporate logo on it every day. That'll pay for the trip.' He was so funny." But the Free Fallin' singer admits it might have been the only way Harrison would have agreed to tour. He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "His biggest problem was the machinery of managers and booking agents. "He said to me once, 'I can't face waking up in Philadelphia and having to go to the soundcheck http://www.contactmusic.com/news.nsf/story/harrison-dreamed-of-wilburys-ship-tour_1123952

Goldenday: Я так понял, что всему виной административные и организационные заморочки, из-за которых всё не состоялось?

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