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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: DiamondDog7 ()
Date: January 12, 2021 10:38

Interview with Mick Taylor from 2009 about his departure in 1974:

PressReader.com

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 12, 2021 13:16

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DiamondDog7
hahahaha that's cheating a little bit, exilestones. Ronnie was with the Faces during 1974. Not an official Stone.
And you're posting Faces photos. Cool band, but in this thread. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

He's a Rolling Stone and this is what he was doing in 1974. I thought it was worth a mention.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: DiamondDog7 ()
Date: January 12, 2021 22:58

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exilestones
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DiamondDog7
hahahaha that's cheating a little bit, exilestones. Ronnie was with the Faces during 1974. Not an official Stone.
And you're posting Faces photos. Cool band, but in this thread. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

He's a Rolling Stone and this is what he was doing in 1974. I thought it was worth a mention.

No worries. Thanks. ;-)





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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: DiamondDog7 ()
Date: January 15, 2021 22:41

Mick Taylor in Brazil in 1974. Here's the article in Portugese.



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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: hopkins ()
Date: January 15, 2021 23:28

Stsrfucker need I say more?
Or was that 73?

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 18, 2021 02:16


Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: hopkins ()
Date: January 18, 2021 03:25

I love sfkr. Live version on YouTube is great.
It's just perfect.
Even the bits of cheese are perfect.
Boy that's The Rolling fricken really rolling perfect sloppy smarmy clever Stoopid funny rollicks rolls rolls True to the name And spirit of the Roll part of Rock.
The fact that it's a unsubstantial novelty kinda...
Makes it even heavier for me.
John Wayne Steve McQueen and pussy Clean.
Why there oughta be a law.

If I ever get married, that's the one I'll have the society band play or no pay

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 24, 2021 14:24


photo Michael Putland

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 24, 2021 15:44


Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 29, 2021 12:51


Sebastian Kruger

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 31, 2021 23:31


Keith Richards in 1974. photo Michael Ochs Archives

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Date: February 1, 2021 15:47

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exilestones

Keith Richards in 1974. photo Michael Ochs Archives

Looks more like the photo session they did around 1969.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: The Joker ()
Date: February 1, 2021 17:37

MICK JAGGER ET THE LATE NATHALIE DELON PARIS 1974

[eternity-editions.com]


Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Date: February 2, 2021 10:37

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SonofHarlemShuffler
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exilestones

Keith Richards in 1974. photo Michael Ochs Archives

Looks more like the photo session they did around 1969.

Yep, looks like 1969 indeed.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: Big Al ()
Date: February 2, 2021 11:55

Definitely looks like '69 to me, too. He appears a little fresh-faced, still. He looked pretty terrible, circa 1974.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 2, 2021 12:09

Good catch. The Internet said the pic was 1974. I guess I can trust everything on the Internet!

Here this photo is listed as taken around 1970
[www.rollingstone.com]

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: LieB ()
Date: February 2, 2021 13:48

Great article, child-of-the-moon!

It's easy to forget how much interesting information there is to be read in all (or rather, some of) those articles that were written right back when the news was fresh.

Tons of interesting tidbits in there ... it's actually a bit moving to hear Jagger speak so positively about Mick Taylor, also defending Taylor's decent manners as a response to the media's talk about "not being a real Rolling Stone". Funny how he mentions John Lennon and Keith Moon as bad and annoying examples when he surely must have had his own Keith in the back of his head as well.

Perhaps this is where the rumours about Clapton and Jeff Beck being candidates for Taylor's position come from. And he just mention them as being friends in that circumstance.

Also interesting how he views the talk about Taylor not getting enough credit. He does admit that Taylor contributed a chord or two to Time Waits For No One, which some people easily would see as qualification for a writing credit.

Lastly, I think Nick Kent had a pretty good and accurate view of Taylor's role in the band, which is nice to see.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Date: February 2, 2021 15:38

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LieB
Also interesting how he views the talk about Taylor not getting enough credit. He does admit that Taylor contributed a chord or two to Time Waits For No One, which some people easily would see as qualification for a writing credit.



Taylor's contribution to Time Waits For No One definitely deserves some writing credit in my opinion .The Melodie he plays on the second part of the song is more than an improvisation: it's a stand-alone melody. Anyway, to state that Taylor contributed "a chord or two to Time Waits For No One" hugely diminishes Taylor's contribution to that song.



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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Date: February 2, 2021 16:07

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TheflyingDutchman
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LieB
Also interesting how he views the talk about Taylor not getting enough credit. He does admit that Taylor contributed a chord or two to Time Waits For No One, which some people easily would see as qualification for a writing credit.



Taylor's contribution to Time Waits For No One definitely deserves some writing credit in my opinion .The Melodie he plays on the second part of the song is more than an improvisation: it's a stand-alone melody. Anyway, to state that Taylor contributed "a chord or two to Time Waits For No One" hugely diminishes Taylor's contribution to that song.

'A chord or two' might come in handy when you're adding your solo winking smiley

"Because of the structure of the song. It pushed my guitar playing in a slightly different direction".

- Mick Taylor

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: Spodlumt ()
Date: February 2, 2021 18:36

The guitar solo on TWFN was the basis of the sax solo in "Waiting on a Friend," which was initially recorded for GHS in late 1972.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Date: February 2, 2021 19:26

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Spodlumt
The guitar solo on TWFN was the basis of the sax solo in "Waiting on a Friend," which was initially recorded for GHS in late 1972.

I do believe that Sonny Rollins could handle it himself. Only similarity is the two chords that both Taylor and Rollins used to play their solos on, on the two songs you mention.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 10, 2021 02:56



“When Mick is not on tour, he is completely charming,” writes Jann Wenner, a friend of both Jagger (here in 1974) and the McGraths.

[nguvan.vn]

photo Camilla McGrath



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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: February 10, 2021 04:45



Fran Lebowitz bowling .....
Like how many pairs of faded jeans does that girl own ... ????

Maybe its something Marty can ask her next series ....



ROCKMAN



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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: February 10, 2021 12:43

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The Joker
MICK JAGGER ET THE LATE NATHALIE DELON PARIS 1974

[eternity-editions.com]

Who is she? was that his girlfriend at the time



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Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Date: February 10, 2021 13:06

Actress and film director, and Alain Delon's wife.

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: February 10, 2021 13:20

...the driver's sure got
some Dapper Dan on there ...



ROCKMAN

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 11, 2021 16:28



11/20/1974 photos Ron Galella


Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 13, 2021 16:45

[www.pastemagazine.com]

Hear a Mick Jagger Interview from This Day in 1974
By Lizzie Manno

Mick Jagger does not mince his words in this interview recorded on this day (Nov. 13) in 1974. That year, The Rolling Stones released their 14th studio album It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll, and Jagger discusses songs like “Time Waits for No One” and “Till the Next Goodbye.” At one point, the interviewer questions the lyrics to the latter song and whether it will inspire “mass murders in California,” presumably referring to Charles Manson and his connection to The Beatles’ music.

“Some nutcase might get hold of the word ‘the’ and go berserk and kill people,” the interviewer says. “To me, this is a dangerous track.”
Jagger replies forcefully, “I think that’s a stupid interpretation!”

Listen to an excerpt from Mick Jagger’s interview below via the Paste vault:
[www.pastemagazine.com]

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: retired_dog ()
Date: February 13, 2021 19:07

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Rockman
...the driver's sure got
some Dapper Dan on there ...

Naah, too expensive... I suspect natural grease here...

Re: Rolling Stones 1974
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: February 14, 2021 16:18

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retired_dog
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Rockman
...the driver's sure got
some Dapper Dan on there ...

Naah, too expensive... I suspect natural grease here...

Not the driver you silly! grinning smiley This is a French car so it's probably a minder.

And he put Gomina in his hair... (think " Brylcreem" for you British people).
Very popular among "real" men at that time it made them look more thuggish (Chirac was a big fan).
Thankfully Mick wasn't...Keef did show a "natural grease" look in the 70's but that's another story. winking smiley

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