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Demoncrat 4th August 2018 08:45 PM

Watched the part of that Jesus Christ Superstar with AC as Herod ... gold lame suit n all :lol:. Lawdy etc ....

Justin101 4th August 2018 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Demoncrat (Post 584276)
Watched the part of that Jesus Christ Superstar with AC as Herod ... gold lame suit n all :lol:. Lawdy etc ....



Itís the only good bit in the show unfortunately!

Demoncrat 4th August 2018 10:04 PM

Nae arguement on that score ... sheesh ... I skipped through it until he appeared :laugh: ... mates a HUGE AC fan ... and his wife loves musicals ... so it won't go to waste (I is also giving them a look at The Apple :laugh:) ..... ;)

Susan Foreman 5th August 2018 05:43 PM

Opening night, during 'School's Out'


Susan Foreman 7th August 2018 05:01 AM

I wonder if the vicar is Reverend Smith!


Susan Foreman 9th August 2018 03:44 AM

August 9th, 1970. The Alice Cooper Group appear on the final day of the three day 'Goose Lake International Music Festival', held in Leoni Township, Michigan. They appear between 2:45 - 3:00pm, with Suite Charity appearing before them and Mitch Ryder w/ Detroit after them

A typical setlist for the era consisted of:
  • Sun Arise
  • Mr. & Misdemeanor
  • Fields of Regret
  • I'm Eighteen
  • Levity Ball
  • Is It My Body
  • Lay Down and Die, Goodbye
  • Black Juju
so presumably this was cut down for the festival

This was how a festival should be done! The stage was built on a large, revolving turntable with two performance spaces so that the previous band could disassemble its equipment and the next band could set up while the current band was performing. At the end of each performance, the stage would rotate 180 degrees, and the next act would begin performing almost immediately. The backstage area had a tent where 20 to 30 groupies described as "sizzlers" were available for the performers!

People who attended were provided with free campsites, free parking and free firewood. There were toilets and showers every 500 feet, medical staff, motorcycle and dune buggy trails, a lake with a beach, and what was described as being "the longest slide in the world" (although there is no record of just how long it was!)

The admission price for the three-day event was $15, and entry tokens were sold to avoid the counterfeiting of paper tickets. (To put this in perspective, a recent three-day festival in the same area had tickets for $1326, presumably without all the attractive extras that were provided in 1970). To keep gatecrashers out, the site was surrounded by a high chain-link fence topped by barbed wire


Susan Foreman 9th August 2018 03:28 PM

The Alice Cooper 'straight jacket' figure is currently on sale, with the price reduced from £12:99 to £6:99


There are also two 'hoodies', which have been reduced from £45:99 to £19:99


Susan Foreman 13th August 2018 06:27 PM

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If you have a spare $1,299,000, Alice's house on 1310 Laveta Terrace, LOS ANGELES, CA 90026 is up for sale

"Rumor in Echo Park has it that if you stand quietly near the edge of the lake, you can hear the echoes of tales being told on the other side. Now, if their lake can talk, let’s hope the walls of this quiet Spanish influenced duplex in Echo Park will share a story or two. That is because the ‘Godfather of Shock Rock’, Alice Cooper, owns this home. It is his Los Angeles writer’s retreat where he stays while in town creating new albums for himself and the Hollywood Vampires. Completely renovated after Cooper bought the property in 2006, this duplex houses one two bedroom, two bathroom unit, and one one bedroom, one bathroom studio. Some of his memorabilia is on display for you to see. Sunset Boulevard is just steps away and Echo Park Lake and Dodger Stadium are both within easy access as well. Echo Park proudly holds onto its bohemian neighborhood lifestyle – equal parts hip and grit. If you prefer to stand out and make your mark, welcome home.

2,027 sq. ft. (Both Units - Owners Estimate)

UPSTAIRS UNIT FEATURES:

2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Hardwood floors
Sunset Blvd. views
Balcony
Private patio
Laundry hookups

DOWNSTAIRS UNIT FEATURES:

1 bedroom
1 bathroom
Private patio
Laundry hookups"


1310 Laveta Terrace, LOS ANGELES, CA 90026 | Rela

Justin101 13th August 2018 06:31 PM

You don't get much for $1.3mil in LA do you?

Susan Foreman 13th August 2018 06:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Justin101 (Post 585126)
You don't get much for $1.3mil in LA do you?

A sloping floor, by the looks of things!


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