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bootleg

[′büt‚leg]
(mining engineering)
A hole, shaped somewhat like the leg of a boot, caused by a blast that has failed to shatter the rock properly.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The latest historical project by rock's Nobel laureate, the collection -- entitled "Bob Dylan -- More Blood, More Tracks -- The Bootleg Series Vol.
There was never the chance to hear the album performed live, as the group had stopped touring the previous year, so we've had to wait these 50 years for the Bootleg Beatles - the Fab Four's definitive tribute band - and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra to take us on much more than just a trip down Penny Lane.
Last week, the Counterfeit Beatles accused The Bootleg Beatles of tapping up their John, Reuven Gershon, 37.
While the Bootlegs set always follows John, Paul, George and Ringo from their Cavern and mop-top days through to the famous rooftop concert at Apple HQ, the foursome are constantly tweaking the setlist - the likes of Hey Bulldog, I Am The Walrus and Nowhere Man all set to make rare appearances at the NIA gig.
It was disturbing the peace!" Bands may come and go, but the reaction the Bootlegs get shows the Beatles still have plenty to offer 21st century music fans.
Widely acknowledged as the world's greatest Beatles tribute band, the Bootleg Beatles have played to sellout audiences in the world's biggest auditoriums for nearly three decades, including Wembley Stadium and the Royal Albert Hall.
An onstage orchestra helped the Bootlegs outclass other less-worthy imposters.
"I said a few words in the style of George and played one of his solo songs - which is very suitable in the circumstances - While My Guitar Gently Weeps.'' Fans at the Bootleg Beatles concert also paid tribute to George Harrison.
While common usage has "pirates" producing "bootlegs," the Recording Industry Association of America makes a distinction: "A bootleg is where somebody takes a tape recorder to a live performance of a band and replicates that," says RIAA president and CEO Hilary Rosen.
After both backs have cleared, the QB will give the ball to the tailback as deep as possible, then proceed to carry out a bootleg fake to the backside.
Two years ago, at the age of 23, Newcastle-born Adam Hastings graduated from the Fab Four tribute band he'd set up himself while studying jazz at Leeds University, to the premier league - bagging the role of John Lennon in the legendary Bootleg Beatles.
Q ANY of your bootlegs or remixes been backed by the original artist or got a full release?