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Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: jazzbass ()
Date: August 24, 2012 23:41

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Wonder who is playing the SG...could it be Mick T's?

Could be Jaggers, he played one in 81/82

Ronnie has been using one a few times as well.

I don't remember seeing Ronnie or Mick T using an SG. Come to think of it, I don't remember seeing Keith play one either.

Er, what about the entire 1969 tour? Take a look at the Ya Ya's cover.

Yes, Immediately regretted my reply the second I hit "post message".

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: dadrob ()
Date: August 24, 2012 23:50

SG? check Keith in 73 in Australia

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: August 25, 2012 00:49

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dear Gazza

thanks very much for the answer
I missed the " multi-disc (and multimedia) greatest hits package" info
is there a link with the documentary ? or two separate things ?

Regards
djgab

Its not 'officially' announced yet, but Universal will release a hits album in or around November. Unconfirmed info indicates it'll be a 3 CD + 1 DVD package - I think the DVD will be a compilation of their videos, although I'm not sure. There are certainly people on here with better contacts to UMG than me who would have more insight.

I believe the documentary will be separate - I think its out next month or thereabouts.

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Posted by: Rolling Hansie ()
Date: August 25, 2012 01:33

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lunar!!!
i'm tired of getting excited over nothing most of the time

Yep, that's a sign of getting old smiling smiley

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Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: August 25, 2012 02:38

Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: Rip This ()
Date: August 25, 2012 02:48

photo of Mick in studio was great....maybe Keith actually wrote something for him to sing...he looked happy

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: buffalo7478 ()
Date: August 25, 2012 02:51

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Stoneage
Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

I think it has more to do with that they have nothing much left to say, musically. They've done a lot, said a lot, and much of it was brilliant. But in the last 20 years, many of their lyrics sound contrived, and musically uneven, at best. Don't get me wrong, I love the band, they have meant a lot to me and I hope they record more and tour more. I just don't think that have a lot left to say. I'd frankly rather have them covering some blues and r&r than trying to put of stuff like 'Streets Of Love'. They would play the blues or Chuck Berry or Eddie Cochran with more fire.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: jazzbass ()
Date: August 25, 2012 03:06

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I don't remember seeing Ronnie or Mick T using an SG. Come to think of it, I don't remember seeing Keith play one either.

Thanks to with sssoul, we never have to ask ourselves questions like these. There is
always the Ratbag Boogie threads to turn to (Ratbag Boogie

Here's Ronnie with a blue SG in Sheffield and Bergen in 2006 (thanks to Skink for
posting it in the first place)






Wow, Ronnie's is sweet! Now find me one with Keith playing an SG!

And Mick Taylor of course, on a picture by Nevis Cameron:




Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: August 25, 2012 03:17

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Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

I think it has more to do with that they have nothing much left to say, musically. They've done a lot, said a lot, and much of it was brilliant. But in the last 20 years, many of their lyrics sound contrived, and musically uneven, at best. Don't get me wrong, I love the band, they have meant a lot to me and I hope they record more and tour more. I just don't think that have a lot left to say. I'd frankly rather have them covering some blues and r&r than trying to put of stuff like 'Streets Of Love'. They would play the blues or Chuck Berry or Eddie Cochran with more fire.

Thanks for your reply, Buffalo 7478. I agree with the first part of your reply. It's true, they have probably emptied their repertoire by now. I'm not so fond of them doing more blues covers though. I think they have kind of already done that. There is not much more to add to that genre.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Date: August 25, 2012 06:04

They have left over material from ABB and Charlie is involved? I doubt that means anything. If Charlie is there they're doing NEW RECORDINGS.

Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Mick Taylor doing overdubs on the Exile and Some Girls material is not 'the band' working, it's individuals working on whatever. And to what degree is obvious.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: stonesnow ()
Date: August 25, 2012 09:01

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Stoneage
Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

Maybe it has to do with Jagger knowing that classic rock radio wouldn't be interested anyway, even it is great, and that they wouldn't be changing their set list anyway, even if new stuff would be great. They could be releasing a new Brown Sugar, but those ticket-buying, classic-rock beer bellies would just be waddling off to the restrooms or concession stands when new songs are announced, as Jagger is well aware.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: stonesnow ()
Date: August 25, 2012 09:04

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Charlie is wearing nice loafers...everyone else is in sneakers

Pardon me, but you work for the Daily Mail?

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: stonesnow ()
Date: August 25, 2012 09:14

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They have left over material from ABB and Charlie is involved? I doubt that means anything. If Charlie is there they're doing NEW RECORDINGS.

Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Mick Taylor doing overdubs on the Exile and Some Girls material is not 'the band' working, it's individuals working on whatever. And to what degree is obvious.

Eh? I know Charlie is an original member, but he's still the drummer. He'll drum on whatever Jagger/Richards say he'll drum on. I mean, that's like calling Ronnie Wood a major songwriter--true in one sense, but not in the Stones sense.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: KeefintheNight82 ()
Date: August 25, 2012 10:21

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Any idea what is it in the bag?

Yeah, a tune. Ronnie can't carry a tune. So he handed it off to Charlie.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: KRiffhard ()
Date: August 25, 2012 11:51

Maybe they're recording a new version of "So Young"...

Original version






Piano version





1994 version (taken from Love is Strong cd single)





2011 version






next version may be punk or reggae.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Date: August 25, 2012 16:22

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They have left over material from ABB and Charlie is involved? I doubt that means anything. If Charlie is there they're doing NEW RECORDINGS.

Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Mick Taylor doing overdubs on the Exile and Some Girls material is not 'the band' working, it's individuals working on whatever. And to what degree is obvious.

Eh? I know Charlie is an original member, but he's still the drummer. He'll drum on whatever Jagger/Richards say he'll drum on. I mean, that's like calling Ronnie Wood a major songwriter--true in one sense, but not in the Stones sense.

What I said without saying it is I highly doubt Charlie is overdubbing drums to old tracks. They'd not all be together if they weren't recording new material.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: mailexile67 ()
Date: August 25, 2012 16:36

They have recorded a couple of new tracks for the forthcoming new compilation

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Date: August 25, 2012 16:49

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They have recorded a couple of new tracks for the forthcoming new compilation

48 Licks then, since they'll leave off two good songs for these clunkers.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: TheDailyBuzzherd ()
Date: August 25, 2012 16:50

That's what I'd think. BUT ... I ain't holding me breathe 'cuz lookit what they did
the last time they did this.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Date: August 25, 2012 17:00

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That's what I'd think. BUT ... I ain't holding me breathe 'cuz lookit what they did
the last time they did this.

You mean when they released 36 Licks?!?

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: drewmaster ()
Date: August 25, 2012 17:43

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Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

I think it has more to do with that they have nothing much left to say, musically. They've done a lot, said a lot, and much of it was brilliant. But in the last 20 years, many of their lyrics sound contrived, and musically uneven, at best. Don't get me wrong, I love the band, they have meant a lot to me and I hope they record more and tour more. I just don't think that have a lot left to say. I'd frankly rather have them covering some blues and r&r than trying to put of stuff like 'Streets Of Love'. They would play the blues or Chuck Berry or Eddie Cochran with more fire.

Agreed. But it's worth noting that the 71-year-old Bob Dylan, just as an example, still has a lot to "say" ... he has released several critically-acclaimed albums in the past few years and will release his 35th studio album, Tempest, on September 11.

Similarly, the great bluesman whom the Stones have always admired have retained their intensity and creative fire into their elder years; just look at Buddy Guy, for example.

The lack of creative output from the Stones in the past 20 years is disappointing and was by no means inevitable.

Drew

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Posted by: LillithFlair ()
Date: August 25, 2012 18:44

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Whose the women holding the dog

Jane Rose

OLDKR

Right. And that looks like the same little white dog who was merely a puppy at Toronto rehearsals a few years back. Very cute dog!

tongue sticking out smiley

That's Delilah the Maltese. She's an old girl now cute to see she's still around though.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: GumbootCloggeroo ()
Date: August 25, 2012 19:48

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Stoneage
Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

I think it has more to do with that they have nothing much left to say, musically. They've done a lot, said a lot, and much of it was brilliant. But in the last 20 years, many of their lyrics sound contrived, and musically uneven, at best. Don't get me wrong, I love the band, they have meant a lot to me and I hope they record more and tour more. I just don't think that have a lot left to say. I'd frankly rather have them covering some blues and r&r than trying to put of stuff like 'Streets Of Love'. They would play the blues or Chuck Berry or Eddie Cochran with more fire.

Agreed. But it's worth noting that the 71-year-old Bob Dylan, just as an example, still has a lot to "say" ... he has released several critically-acclaimed albums in the past few years and will release his 35th studio album, Tempest, on September 11.

Similarly, the great bluesman whom the Stones have always admired have retained their intensity and creative fire into their elder years; just look at Buddy Guy, for example.

The lack of creative output from the Stones in the past 20 years is disappointing and was by no means inevitable.

Drew
Neil Young is another example of someone who has a lot to "say" still. Love him.

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Posted by: Loudei ()
Date: August 25, 2012 19:59

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lunar!!!

Looks like it's Jane Rose, his manager. Well this is a nice birthday surprise for me! I am also surprised there isn't a little more enthusiasm here, it looks like they might actually be doing something.[/quote]


It seems Keith cant go anywhere without Jane Rose... maybe he does not feel secure alone around Mick.

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Date: August 25, 2012 20:31

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Stoneage
Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

I think it has more to do with that they have nothing much left to say, musically. They've done a lot, said a lot, and much of it was brilliant. But in the last 20 years, many of their lyrics sound contrived, and musically uneven, at best. Don't get me wrong, I love the band, they have meant a lot to me and I hope they record more and tour more. I just don't think that have a lot left to say. I'd frankly rather have them covering some blues and r&r than trying to put of stuff like 'Streets Of Love'. They would play the blues or Chuck Berry or Eddie Cochran with more fire.

Agreed. But it's worth noting that the 71-year-old Bob Dylan, just as an example, still has a lot to "say" ... he has released several critically-acclaimed albums in the past few years and will release his 35th studio album, Tempest, on September 11.

Similarly, the great bluesman whom the Stones have always admired have retained their intensity and creative fire into their elder years; just look at Buddy Guy, for example.

The lack of creative output from the Stones in the past 20 years is disappointing and was by no means inevitable.

Drew
Neil Young is another example of someone who has a lot to "say" still. Love him.

thumbs up

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: August 25, 2012 20:35

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lunar!!!

Looks like it's Jane Rose, his manager. Well this is a nice birthday surprise for me! I am also surprised there isn't a little more enthusiasm here, it looks like they might actually be doing something.


It seems Keith cant go anywhere without Jane Rose... maybe he does not feel secure alone around Mick.[/quote]

I'm sorry, but are you still in high school? These kind of comments are so juvenile. I repeat, known of us know why Jane Rose was there, and who the heck cares?

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Date: August 25, 2012 20:39

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lunar!!!

Looks like it's Jane Rose, his manager. Well this is a nice birthday surprise for me! I am also surprised there isn't a little more enthusiasm here, it looks like they might actually be doing something.


It seems Keith cant go anywhere without Jane Rose... maybe he does not feel secure alone around Mick.

I'm sorry, but are you still in high school? These kind of comments are so juvenile. I repeat, known of us know why Jane Rose was there, and who the heck cares?[/quote]

I'm telling.

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: August 25, 2012 20:54

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lunar!!!

Looks like it's Jane Rose, his manager. Well this is a nice birthday surprise for me! I am also surprised there isn't a little more enthusiasm here, it looks like they might actually be doing something.


It seems Keith cant go anywhere without Jane Rose... maybe he does not feel secure alone around Mick.

I'm sorry, but are you still in high school? These kind of comments are so juvenile. I repeat, known of us know why Jane Rose was there, and who the heck cares?

I'm telling.[/quote]

Tell all you want, I've been in trouble all week anyhow. cool smiley

Re: The Rolling Stones exit recording studio in Paris Aug. 21
Posted by: seitan ()
Date: August 25, 2012 22:14

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Stoneage
Here's, maybe, a grandiloquent question: Why has it been so difficult for them to produce records the last two or three decades? During the last fifteen years they have only managed to release one studio album ( A Bigger Bang, 2005). Has it anything to do (just guessing) with the minimal amount of time they are willing to spend in recording studios? Or the generous amount of time they are willing to spend on all sorts of other activities between tours?

I think it has more to do with that they have nothing much left to say, musically. They've done a lot, said a lot, and much of it was brilliant. But in the last 20 years, many of their lyrics sound contrived, and musically uneven, at best. Don't get me wrong, I love the band, they have meant a lot to me and I hope they record more and tour more. I just don't think that have a lot left to say. I'd frankly rather have them covering some blues and r&r than trying to put of stuff like 'Streets Of Love'. They would play the blues or Chuck Berry or Eddie Cochran with more fire.

Agreed. But it's worth noting that the 71-year-old Bob Dylan, just as an example, still has a lot to "say" ... he has released several critically-acclaimed albums in the past few years and will release his 35th studio album, Tempest, on September 11.

Similarly, the great bluesman whom the Stones have always admired have retained their intensity and creative fire into their elder years; just look at Buddy Guy, for example.

The lack of creative output from the Stones in the past 20 years is disappointing and was by no means inevitable.

Drew
Neil Young is another example of someone who has a lot to "say" still. Love him.

thumbs up

I think it has more to do with the fact that nobody buys new albums anymore from any artist, and Stones can make more money from touring, documentaries and from selling their back catalogue. There really isnt that much money made from any new material.

Re: ROLLING STONES EXIT RECORDING STUDIO IN PARIS 21Aug
Posted by: gwen ()
Date: August 25, 2012 22:28

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Loudei
It seems Keith cant go anywhere without Jane Rose... maybe he does not feel secure alone around Mick.

Jane was not at the studio on thursday. Probably she didn't extend her stay, I was told that they intended at first to leave on wednesday, with Mick staying one more day. Mick was staying at the studio much longer than the others, arriving one hour later but often leaving around midnight when the others left around eight.

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