Deaky Weekly - English Edition -
*This page consists of deaky-topics that arose on my website in this week.
I hope you'll enjoy it.
On This Week In The History
- 11.6(1966): New Opposition played at Youth Club, Eyres Monstell.
- 11.11(1966): New Opposition played at Youth Club, Eyres Monstell.
- 11.10(1967): The Opposition played at Youth Club, Lutterworth.
- 11.11(1967): The Opposition played at Zodiac 67 Club, Leicester.
- 11.9(1968): The Art played at RAF Waddington, Lincoln.
- 11.7(1993): John's youngest son, Cameron was born.
What's New ? [Updated record]
- Disco. Deacon :
Freddie left a friendly comment on 'You're My Best Friend'.
- Rain Must Fall:
Two German articles were translated into English. (Thanks, Esther!)
What's In? [Deaky-topics in this week]
- Again, 'Which is real Deaky?'
In the Metallica's 'A YEAR AND A HALF IN THE LIFE OF...' video, our John playing bass at a studio appears (it's a rehearsal for the Tribute). And just after he vanished, a man came from another side and chatted with James and Slash. The man resembled John so much!
Try looking at this picture..( The real John is here.) How do you think? If you know who he is, please tell me!
- The change of his rings
Even his younger days, John seldom wore necklaces or bracelets.
But he had two rings on his right fingers (middle and little) and of course a wedding ring on his left. Then one ring was gone in 1978 (when he cut his hair very short), in early 1981 another one on his right was gone and finally, even the wedding ring was vanished in 1982. Does it show a change in his state of mind at that time? I hope he didn't lost his dear rings!
- Band-Aid on his forearm
Sometimes I recognize John applies a Band-Aid on his hand or his forearm.
(for example, look at this.) One of my friends told me that in the video 'One Vision' (extended version) there's also Band-Aid on the inside of his left wrist. (I think it's a bit risky spot.) Didn't you care about your surroundings, John? Be careful!
- FAQ: Isn't John really singing?
In 1982, John said on a Japanese magazine that he sometimes sung a little on their gig but didn't join vocal-parts on any albums. I think his statement is valid for their whole albums. By the way, I've heard in 'Let Me Entertain You' (in "Jazz") John spoke (yes, not 'sung') "Not many, not many!".
Thank you for reading! See you next week!