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Topic: Jagger rehearsing Respectable, Miss You and songs from Goddess Return to archive
11-15-01 09:28 AM
Tom This was posted at the Undercover List by Bryant Wilson

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One of my brothers emailed this morning:

[[Bryant,

I found out tonight where Mick was rehearsing for tomorrow night's show.

It was on Sunset Blvd only about a mile from me. There was no one hanging around outside, only Dave and me.

You could hear the band great from the sidewalk outside. They played a couple new songs and "Respectable" and "Miss You". They played Miss You about 3 times while I was there.]]
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