High Hopes Tour
Hey, thanks for your message. I agree with everything you said. The tour has been mentioned by some media as HH Tour (I'll search the link for it later). So for the moment I think it's okay to keep it as 'High Hopes Tour'. The Merchandise in RSA just says "South African Tour", which doesn't really help either way. I agree with the excessive information he keeps adding. The page for the Wrecking Ball Tour is a mess IMO in that regard. I prefer something like I've done with the Old Ideas World Tour by Leonard Cohen. It's detailed but keeps everything to a few lines. In any case, I will keep an eye on the HH page as well and make sure it stays on course. I will keep editing and re-editing until he gets the point. I'm sure he will at some point. Anyways, thanks for taking time to write me ... appreciate it. Keep up the good work! Zwirnie (talk) 17:16, 29 January 2014 (UTC)
- Just went through your edits on the WB Tour page ... some worth-noting things are missing (e.g. Prove it with the extended intro was played during Euro leg one, after 34 years and the return to Aussie should be extended a bit). Feels a bit too much like a stub at the moment. But I'm with you - it was way to convoluted with unnecessary detail. Zwirnie (talk) 17:30, 29 January 2014 (UTC)
- I agree, it's a fine line. But I really think that a bit of expansion would not harm the overall tone of the article. Otherwise, where do you draw the line ... there has got to be a little room to bend the lines. But I will leave it up to you, I'm not gonna change anything in the WB article.Zwirnie (talk) 21:30, 29 January 2014 (UTC)
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I gave a source and quoted from the article. By removing this, you have attacked me. I want to know who to report you to. It is obvious you do not want this fact to be associate with uva. I asked for help in improving the article. This was not given to me, instead it was completely deleted. It is obvious from your name that you are affiliated with uva. I would like to know who to report your clear inappropriate agenda pushing behavior to — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 18:29, 4 February 2014 (UTC)
Springsteen songs not performed section
You had asked: "do not understand how songs that were not performed during a concert can be relevant here. Also, what is a reliable source for verifying "on setlist not performed"?
Springsteen always has a wrtitten out setlist for his shows but some songs on the setlist tend to be dropped in favor of fan requests or other reasons. He also will do acoustic performances prior to the show which are open to the media and for fans who were able to get in early. An example being his most recent show on Feb 5 where he performed four songs including "Dream Baby Dream", which hasn't been added to the full setlist yet. Most sites that have his setlists will list these songs including http://brucebase.wikispaces.com/2014#050214Jason1978 (talk) 05:44, 6 February 2014 (UTC)
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