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Comments on Todd Rundgren [reply]
 
Ah yes, I think this concert in 1975 was my first at the Apollo (I was 15) this concert was after the Utopia album (over 1 hour of music on a single vinyl LP), so lots of synths, guitars and less of Todds earlier, kinda quirky stuff. Superb night. [reply]
 
saw todd a few times at the apollo - remember one around time of RA album where he climbed up a pyramid thing and threw guitar down - cue almighty explosion - near pooped myself.

he was a real virtuoso - guitar god type and I for one loved it - saw him in Manchester around 94 playing an interactive gig which was typical of his whacky ways.

Utopia was a vehicle for releasing his freaky side but still had killer songs and great musicians

apollo gigs were awesome - remember buying photos from the gigs at Listen records and he had egyptian suit on and the guitar what spelled his name

todd was deffo god

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My first ever concert in 1977. Remember drum solo where Willie Wilcox smacked one of his drum mikes and a roadie had to quickly replace it as it squealed during his solo. [reply]
 
 
 
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