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Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: stonehearted ()
Date: April 19, 2013 21:55

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I wish I could have been a Rolling Stones groupie...

So it has to be asked--who is/was your favorite Stone(s)?

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Title5Take1 ()
Date: April 19, 2013 23:43

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Oh, and Mick Taylor is overweight.

But may be dieting since the 02 shows. You be the judge:

"Before." 02 Dome.


"Now." Recently with Ronnie.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: April 20, 2013 00:17

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I wish I could have been a Rolling Stones groupie...

So it has to be asked--who is/was your favorite Stone(s)?

Well, not Bill, he's a little too leacherous and creepy. I'd definitely take Mick, for obvious reasons. I did have that unfortunate hankering for tortured souls girl thing, and Keith fits the bill there, but I'd have to stick him in the shower first. Ronnie's got that puppy dog, little brother thing about him which doesn't appeal to me, but I bet he'd surprise me. Charlie would be the ultimate challenge, but something tells me we'd have spent the night looking at his hotel room sketches and talking about horses.

Oh to be young again. Now-a-days, they are so old, we'd most likely all sit around playing Rolling Stones monopoly.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: April 20, 2013 00:34

What about an Aussie guy who's a good kisser and saves pussy-cats outta trees?



ROCKMAN

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: stonehearted ()
Date: April 20, 2013 00:41

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Oh, and Mick Taylor is overweight.

But may be dieting since the 02 shows. You be the judge:

"Before." 02 Dome.


"Now." Recently with Ronnie.

Yes, Mick T does appear to be slimming down a bit. He's giving away all his starchy banana bread snacks to Ronnie--maybe Woodie will put on a few pounds, but if all those years of Guinness didn't fatten him up, nothing will.

Also, Mick looks more content, his facial expression more relaxed--perhaps he's happy to be a Rolling Stone again. A long, wayward journey having come full circle at last.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2013-04-20 00:47 by stonehearted.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Fuman2 ()
Date: April 20, 2013 01:02

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Oh, and Mick Taylor is overweight.

But may be dieting since the 02 shows. You be the judge:

"Before." 02 Dome.


"Now." Recently with Ronnie.

I was being sarcastic in responce to the poster's here that need skinny musicians to be entertained . . .

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: buttons67 ()
Date: April 20, 2013 01:07

1. not really a fan of

you cant always get what you want, its only rock and roll, start me up, miss you, beast of burden, honky tonk woman, all very overrated.

satisfaction, tumbling dice good but played to death and distracts from better material.

not a fan of people comparing 60,s to 70,s era, it all depends on what im listening to at the time.

not a fan of people comparing brian jones, mick taylor and ronnie wood, they all served a purpose for their time and contributed to the stones 50 year legacy.

i love silver train and the promo video.

love citadel and a lot of stuff from satanic majesties.

hate mixed emotions.

get well p1ssed off with people who mention the bands age, as they have been doing since the early 80,s. my answer to them is "go on you control your age then"

let it loose is the bands best ever song.

jj flash video turned me towards being a stones fan.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: shadooby ()
Date: April 20, 2013 01:21

My wife does not have a clue as to how much dough I've spent over the years on my RS collection...

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: stonehearted ()
Date: April 20, 2013 01:23

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Oh, and Mick Taylor is overweight.

But may be dieting since the 02 shows. You be the judge:

"Before." 02 Dome.


"Now." Recently with Ronnie.

I was being sarcastic in responce to the poster's here that need skinny musicians to be entertained . . .

Well, what's wrong with that?

I'd say Stones fans may not need to be entertained by skinny musicians, but they sure as hell need to be entertained by a skinny singer. Could you imagine Mick dancing around the lip of that pit if he looked like Meatloaf?

I wish I had PhotoShop capabilities to show how ridiculous that would look.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: sanQ ()
Date: April 20, 2013 04:48

- I think Mick Taylor is one of the greatest, legendary guitarists from the 60's and I know I am right. He jammed or played with all the greatest artists of all time including Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan.
- I wish Mick Jagger told his side of the story but maybe he is waiting until the Stones are completely done
- I think Keith is one of the coolest people ever but wish he kept some things to himself
- I love pretty much every album they made except Brdges To Babylon but I won't rule out someday later loving it
- I think Bill Wyman is one of the best bass players of all time
- I wish as well that the Stones did a country album, recorded with vintage equipment and steel guitars before its too late
- I think they could still come up with one more album but don't do it for money but for love of music. Go back to their roots.
- They should ask Bill to come back full time
- I think Keith's daughters are hot as well as Mick's
- I think Mick's son's band is really good
- I wish Keith would beat up Queen Elton
- Anita and Marianne were both super hot in their prime
- Mick should write songs with Mick Taylor. Or do an album of songs written by Ron Wood and Mick Taylor for a change.
- Mick Taylor should be a millionaire right now, Jagger should fix this asap
- I hope there is no truth to the rumor of Mick and Bowie.
- I hope that Mick is not really an egotistical person
- I like this message board. I hope you will all be my friend.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: April 20, 2013 07:44

I can be your friend but not agree with several of your above points.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: fahthree ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:32

I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:35

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I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.


I bet you're looking forward to your first Stones concert, eh?

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: fahthree ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:40

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I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.


I bet you're looking forward to your first Stones concert, eh?

I'm looking forward to my 33rd show actually, followed by 34 & 35.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: NoCode0680 ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:41

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shadooby
My wife does not have a clue as to how much dough I've spent over the years on my RS collection...

Just in case she finds out, I'd invest some of that money in a nice confy couch or pull-out bed.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:45

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I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.


I bet you're looking forward to your first Stones concert, eh?

I'm looking forward to my 33rd show actually, followed by 34 & 35.


And you still misunderstand the Vegas lobby? How?

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: fahthree ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:49

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I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.


I bet you're looking forward to your first Stones concert, eh?

I'm looking forward to my 33rd show actually, followed by 34 & 35.


And you still misunderstand the Vegas lobby? How?

I don't misunderstand it; I simply don't care anymore. It's not going to change. It's the way it is. Enjoy the fact that they are up on a stage playing.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:56

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I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.


I bet you're looking forward to your first Stones concert, eh?

I'm looking forward to my 33rd show actually, followed by 34 & 35.


And you still misunderstand the Vegas lobby? How?

I don't misunderstand it; I simply don't care anymore. It's not going to change. It's the way it is. Enjoy the fact that they are up on a stage playing.


Awwwwwwwwwlright....I'll try it...but I wont stop being pathetic and ungrateful...

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: letitloose ()
Date: April 20, 2013 16:59

I find the "life just goes on and on getting harder and harder" bit from Indian Girl incredibly moving.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: April 20, 2013 17:00

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I think the people who complain about the Vegas-era are pathetic, ungrateful fans who are living in the past.


I bet you're looking forward to your first Stones concert, eh?

I'm looking forward to my 33rd show actually, followed by 34 & 35.


And you still misunderstand the Vegas lobby? How?

I don't misunderstand it; I simply don't care anymore. It's not going to change. It's the way it is. Enjoy the fact that they are up on a stage playing.

what kind of attitude is that?? i'll be damned if i'll enjoy any facts....

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: April 20, 2013 17:02

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I find the "life just goes on and on getting harder and harder" bit from Indian Girl incredibly moving.


Thats oddly what I tell the kiddos around here when their whining about this or that...

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: April 25, 2013 13:28

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latebloomer
I wish I could have been a Rolling Stones groupie...

Why not try it today? They'll probably still need some... smiling smiley

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: April 25, 2013 13:35

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I wish I could have been a Rolling Stones groupie...

Why not try it today? They'll probably still need some... smiling smiley

Salfoftheearth, I'll have you know that I am a respectable middle-aged woman now...besides L'Wren scares me, all she'd have to do is sit on me and that would be the end. grinning smiley

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: beepee2 ()
Date: April 25, 2013 13:37

I sometimes put play a couple of songs loud and dance like Jagger before going to work.

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: KeithNacho ()
Date: April 25, 2013 13:50

I have ruined my life and family buying Rolling Stones stuff and rarities, guitars, stomp boxes, amplifiers, etc.............
I began to smoke and drink
I am a sex addict
.....
Their influence has been so prominent in my life.........

Re: RS Confessional
Posted by: Title5Take1 ()
Date: April 27, 2013 02:00

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Oh, and Mick Taylor is overweight.

But may be dieting since the 02 shows. You be the judge:

"Before." 02 Dome.


"Now." Recently with Ronnie.

I was being sarcastic in responce to the poster's here that need skinny musicians to be entertained . . .

Well, what's wrong with that?

I'd say Stones fans may not need to be entertained by skinny musicians, but they sure as hell need to be entertained by a skinny singer. Could you imagine Mick dancing around the lip of that pit if he looked like Meatloaf?

I wish I had PhotoShop capabilities to show how ridiculous that would look.
(Methinks some defending Mick T.'s erstwhile chunkiness might not themselves be as slim as Mick J. Just a thought. Although I'd be happy to be wrong.)



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2013-04-27 02:04 by Title5Take1.

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