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Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Thrylan ()
Date: May 24, 2013 00:50

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A symbiosis?
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a Melding??

Like a Vulcan mind melding with the fans?

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: rambler44 ()
Date: May 24, 2013 00:58

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Thrylan
A symbiosis?
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a Melding??

Like a Vulcan mind melding with the fans?

I was thinking more like a mind melding of Richards, Taylor, & Wood.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:07

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rambler44
How does one get initiated into the Richardites? I want in smileys with beer

We meet on Tuesday's...be aware you have to pay your dues...

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Date: May 24, 2013 01:08

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How does one get initiated into the Richardites? I want in smileys with beer

We meet on Tuesday's...be aware you have to pay your dues...

You're in, too? Just got the call myself. Someone mistook me for a Wood-ite at first...

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:09

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Bungo
"And The Lord shall smite all non-believers and nay-sayers" Leviticus 7:11

Just to be honest I was the poster formerly known as "Duane in Houston", but since I was having technical problems logging on here plus the fact that I haven't lived in Houston for about 6 years now ( I now live in Austin ) I'm going with the new moniker of "Bungo" for reasons that are to mundane to go in to. Peace, Out.

Do you ever hang out with StonesTod? Sometimes I really miss him around here.

Of course most of the time I could care less.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:11

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rambler44
How does one get initiated into the Richardites? I want in smileys with beer

We meet on Tuesday's...be aware you have to pay your dues...

You're in, too? Just got the call myself. Someone mistook me for a Wood-ite at first...

It happens...If someone accuses you of Wood you're prolly just really really excited...

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: steini ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:12

It´s the most ridiculous headline i have seen on this site and what follows is slightly worse.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Bungo ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:17

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Bungo
"And The Lord shall smite all non-believers and nay-sayers" Leviticus 7:11

Just to be honest I was the poster formerly known as "Duane in Houston", but since I was having technical problems logging on here plus the fact that I haven't lived in Houston for about 6 years now ( I now live in Austin ) I'm going with the new moniker of "Bungo" for reasons that are to mundane to go in to. Peace, Out.

Do you ever hang out with StonesTod? Sometimes I really miss him around here.

Of course most of the time I could care less.

Can't say I've had the pleasure. But next time you see him give him a shout out to look me up. The bar's always open and I'm always buying.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:20

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Bungo
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Bungo
"And The Lord shall smite all non-believers and nay-sayers" Leviticus 7:11

Just to be honest I was the poster formerly known as "Duane in Houston", but since I was having technical problems logging on here plus the fact that I haven't lived in Houston for about 6 years now ( I now live in Austin ) I'm going with the new moniker of "Bungo" for reasons that are to mundane to go in to. Peace, Out.

Do you ever hang out with StonesTod? Sometimes I really miss him around here.

Of course most of the time I could care less.

Can't say I've had the pleasure. But next time you see him give him a shout out to look me up. The bar's always open and I'm always buying.

You best back them words up Duane...

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Bungo ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:26

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"And The Lord shall smite all non-believers and nay-sayers" Leviticus 7:11

Just to be honest I was the poster formerly known as "Duane in Houston", but since I was having technical problems logging on here plus the fact that I haven't lived in Houston for about 6 years now ( I now live in Austin ) I'm going with the new moniker of "Bungo" for reasons that are to mundane to go in to. Peace, Out.

Do you ever hang out with StonesTod? Sometimes I really miss him around here.

Of course most of the time I could care less.

Can't say I've had the pleasure. But next time you see him give him a shout out to look me up. The bar's always open and I'm always buying.

You best back them words up Duane...

????? N-word please...

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: SweetThing ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:32

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I think the Stones saved Mick Taylor.

So, your post is incorrect.

Good response. While I don't think anyone "saved" the RS, it was Ronnie, not Taylor, that got the Stones back to the original Brian Jones double rhythm. The Stones understood that, that is why Ronnie has been around 30 years while Taylor was there four. But Taylor was chosen at the time because it was fashionable to have the hotshot lead guitarist.

They made some fashionable albums and tours with him before being saved by Ronnie though didn't they? LOL... sheesh.... spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

Its all good though..

God Bless The Stones...all of them.. Ronnie, Taylor, Jones, Wyman, Nicky, Stu, etc.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:47

I guess this new term "Richardite" is just pseudonym a for "Woodite" or "Woodist". The logic of "Woodism" is that there is no other effective musical force than Richards (and Jagger in lesser degree) in The Rolling Stones, which could have something significant to offer to their music. Ronnie Wood is a perfect Rolling Stone for them, since he doesn't challenge The Big Boys any way, but is their humble servant. "Woodism" does not have directly a substance of its own, but expresses certain blind worship of The Glimmer Twins, and owns a very simple but "official" interpretation of band's music and history. Whereas "Taylorism" and "Brianjonesism" seriously challenge the picture of Richards and Jagger being alone responsible for the greatness of the music of The Rolling Stones. The typical feature of "Woodism" in practise is systematically belittle the contributions and significance of Brian Jones and Mick Taylor in the history of The Rolling Stones. Now and then.

- Doxa



Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 2013-05-24 01:52 by Doxa.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:47

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Bungo
"And The Lord shall smite all non-believers and nay-sayers" Leviticus 7:11

Just to be honest I was the poster formerly known as "Duane in Houston", but since I was having technical problems logging on here plus the fact that I haven't lived in Houston for about 6 years now ( I now live in Austin ) I'm going with the new moniker of "Bungo" for reasons that are to mundane to go in to. Peace, Out.

Do you ever hang out with StonesTod? Sometimes I really miss him around here.

Of course most of the time I could care less.

Can't say I've had the pleasure. But next time you see him give him a shout out to look me up. The bar's always open and I'm always buying.

You best back them words up Duane...

????? N-word please...

which bar, what time?

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: slew ()
Date: May 24, 2013 01:49

I think we are all getting carried away with MT. Its great that he is playing with the band but someone posted above the Stones proved they are the greatest before MT took the stage last November.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:04

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slew
I think we are all getting carried away with MT. Its great that he is playing with the band but someone posted above the Stones proved they are the greatest before MT took the stage last November.

What that "greatest" actually mean?

- Doxa

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:08

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slew
I think we are all getting carried away with MT. Its great that he is playing with the band but someone posted above the Stones proved they are the greatest before MT took the stage last November.

What that "greatest" actually mean?

- Doxa


Why don't you tell us, Doxa?

But, hang on...let me get a bottle of wine first. grinning smiley

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:12

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Richardites say: the Rolling Stones proved they are still the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world. And they did so even before MT came on stage with them for MR on November 25 last year.

So what? The New-Born Taylorites say that with Taylor they became musically better and more convincing than before. Even the 'greatest' can be musically better - and I guess for the most of us crazy Stones followers they are the 'greatest' no matter they do. Isn't that in our fan DNA?

- Doxa

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:17

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Richardites say: the Rolling Stones proved they are still the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world. And they did so even before MT came on stage with them for MR on November 25 last year.

So what? The New-Born Taylorites say that with Taylor they became musically better and more convincing than before. Even the 'greatest' can be musically better - and I guess for the most of us crazy Stones followers they are the 'greatest' no matter they do. Isn't that in our fan DNA?

- Doxa


and still the Woodies are thought of as Wieners...its all so unregulated...shame

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Bungo ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:19

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"And The Lord shall smite all non-believers and nay-sayers" Leviticus 7:11

Just to be honest I was the poster formerly known as "Duane in Houston", but since I was having technical problems logging on here plus the fact that I haven't lived in Houston for about 6 years now ( I now live in Austin ) I'm going with the new moniker of "Bungo" for reasons that are to mundane to go in to. Peace, Out.

Do you ever hang out with StonesTod? Sometimes I really miss him around here.

Of course most of the time I could care less.

Can't say I've had the pleasure. But next time you see him give him a shout out to look me up. The bar's always open and I'm always buying.

You best back them words up Duane...

????? N-word please...

which bar, what time?

Are you calling me out? Are you close to Austin? Don't yank my chain or you might "get the blade".

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:25

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slew
I think we are all getting carried away with MT. Its great that he is playing with the band but someone posted above the Stones proved they are the greatest before MT took the stage last November.

What that "greatest" actually mean?

- Doxa


Why don't you tell us, Doxa?

But, hang on...let me get a bottle of wine first. grinning smiley

Actually that has been the underlying theme in all my posts throughout the years: What really makes the Stones so good or damn special that they can be called with that heavy-laden word. And I'm still in process trying to make some sense out of it... but getting there, getting there...

So, a bottle of wine would not be enough...grinning smiley

- Doxa

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:30

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Richardites say: the Rolling Stones proved they are still the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world. And they did so even before MT came on stage with them for MR on November 25 last year.

So what? The New-Born Taylorites say that with Taylor they became musically better and more convincing than before. Even the 'greatest' can be musically better - and I guess for the most of us crazy Stones followers they are the 'greatest' no matter they do. Isn't that in our fan DNA?

- Doxa


and still the Woodies are thought of as Wieners...its all so unregulated...shame

Well, the point is that as long as people have differing opinions (forever, that is), there will be someone spoiling someone else's party, and to be called as "whiners", "complainers", etc. All we can ask is some tolerance and good manners from each of us.

- Doxa

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:34

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I think we are all getting carried away with MT. Its great that he is playing with the band but someone posted above the Stones proved they are the greatest before MT took the stage last November.

What that "greatest" actually mean?

- Doxa


Why don't you tell us, Doxa?

But, hang on...let me get a bottle of wine first. grinning smiley

Actually that has been the underlying theme in all my posts throughout the years: What really makes the Stones so good or damn special that they can be called with that heavy-laden word. And I'm still in process trying to make some sense out of it... but getting there, getting there...

So, a bottle of wine would not be enough...grinning smiley

- Doxa

OK Doxa, fair enough...I look forward to your explication. I wouldn't know where to begin with dissecting that term. I just have to go with Justice Potter's famous description of pornography..it' hard to define, but you know it when you see it. Or, rather hear it, as in the case of the Stones.

You let me know when you're ready and I'll make sure to have a few bottles on hand. smileys with beer



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Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:38

thanks alot bloomer....dammit.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: latebloomer ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:45

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thanks alot bloomer....dammit.


Honestly GRNRBITW, I don't know why you're complaining, unless you think Doxa is going to overtake you in the word count.

His posts may be longer, but yours are more frequent...

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:45

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latebloomer
I just have to go with Justice Potter's famous description of pornography..it' hard to define, but you know it when you see it. Or, rather hear it, as in the case of the Stones.

You let me know when you're ready and I'll make sure to have a few bottles on hand. smileys with beer

That's apt! It's just the damn defining part that's hard. It's going to be a loooooooong book... I'll give you a copy when it is finished!smileys with beer

- Doxa



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Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:47

Delusional.

Any one that honestly believes that Mick Taylor has "saved The Rolling Stones"
really can't even claim casual fan status.

The Rolling Stones(aka Jagger, keith, Ronnie and Charlie) didn't need "saving".
Good Lawd.

Has he added some fun and nostalgia to this tour??
Absolutely.

"Saved"??
Again.. delusional.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: kleermaker ()
Date: May 24, 2013 02:54

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Doxa
I guess this new term "Richardite" is just pseudonym a for "Woodite" or "Woodist". The logic of "Woodism" is that there is no other effective musical force than Richards (and Jagger in lesser degree) in The Rolling Stones, which could have something significant to offer to their music. Ronnie Wood is a perfect Rolling Stone for them, since he doesn't challenge The Big Boys any way, but is their humble servant. "Woodism" does not have directly a substance of its own, but expresses certain blind worship of The Glimmer Twins, and owns a very simple but "official" interpretation of band's music and history. Whereas "Taylorism" and "Brianjonesism" seriously challenge the picture of Richards and Jagger being alone responsible for the greatness of the music of The Rolling Stones. The typical feature of "Woodism" in practise is systematically belittle the contributions and significance of Brian Jones and Mick Taylor in the history of The Rolling Stones. Now and then.

- Doxa

And that's the truth. Because we're all Richardites and Jaggerists of course. It's redundant to proclaim yourself a Richardite or a Jaggerist.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: GRNRBITW ()
Date: May 24, 2013 03:00

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thanks alot bloomer....dammit.


Honestly GRNRBITW, I don't know why you're complaining, unless you think Doxa is going to overtake you in the word count.

His posts may be longer, but yours are more frequent...

ok...but just once...JUST ONCE i would like you to ask me for an opinion. remember that time i thought about bringing you some tissues? hmmm???

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: whitem8 ()
Date: May 24, 2013 03:08

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vermontoffender
I think the Stones saved Mick Taylor.

So, your post is incorrect.

Yeah, good observation. Not only has Mick Taylor been thrust back into the lime light, he looks healthier, trimmer, and is playing well. I think no one needed to "save" the Rolling Stones, and this union has been great for both. But also, at the most he has played on four songs in a concert, and Ronnie continues to be their main lead guitarist. And he is doing quite well this tour.

Re: Mick Taylor has saved The Rolling Stones
Posted by: duke richardson ()
Date: May 24, 2013 03:09

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It is mutual. They saved each other. It is a beautiful thing to see MT playing with them again. Long over due.

Yes, exactly. It doesn't matter if they never play another note together, what happened happened, and nobody can take it away from us. To see Mick Jagger and Keith Richards exchange those smiles that said "can you believe this?" was worth all the years of waiting. At least to this Stones fan.

tele, you just wrote what i've thought, exactly, about that moment during Taylor's solo...i believe thats what you're referring to..

it is a great time to be a long-time Stones fan..they are indeed on another level now with Mick Taylor. not sure how biblical it is though..

no question its a renaissance for him, and he's having the time of his life..

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