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Meb had finished fourth the day before, and many in the audience also endured the tough conditions in this year’s race. As you would imagine, both events were standing room only, as runners were eager to hear from and get a photo with the greatest U.S. marathoner of this generation. 10 Mistakes to Avoid on Marathon Day. Just hours after completing a recent marathon, I raised a bittersweet toast to a race I was already eager to forget.
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The movie, which débuted in 1980, chronicles various performances from McCartney’s 1976 American tour. That enormously remunerative endeavor followed the smash records “Band on the Run” and “Venus and Mars,” produced the number-one three-LP live set “Wings Over America,” and would be his last tour for thirteen years. Early VHS and LaserDisc versions of the show were long forgotten until the film’s recent digital release. Its resurfacing serves as a reminder of how, thirty and forty years ago, rock-concert films were a far more common occurrence at the box office. 30 Fun Indie-Artist Covers of Pop Tunes. Covering a song can be tricky, but covering an extremely well-known song is downright dangerous.
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(There is some speculation it's connected in some way with Volume II of the Neil Young Archives.) It appears professionally edited, with a number of charming crowd and scenery shots interspersed throughout. Note, for instance, the elderly laughing woman when Young first hits the chorus, and the hurrying commuter when he sings, "You've got to move on / There's no time for you to stall.
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