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14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: The Joker ()
Date: January 28, 2014 18:05

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-01-28 18:16 by The Joker.

Re: 4 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: lettingitbleed ()
Date: January 28, 2014 18:14

what happened to the other 10?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-01-28 18:15 by lettingitbleed.

Re: 4 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: January 28, 2014 18:16

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lettingitbleed
what happened to the other 10?

On fire for 4, lukewarm for 8, cold for 2

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: The Joker ()
Date: January 28, 2014 18:16

Edited, and counted on the drunk-o-meter "edit your post"

Re: 4 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: lettingitbleed ()
Date: January 28, 2014 18:22

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treaclefingers
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lettingitbleed
what happened to the other 10?

On fire for 4, lukewarm for 8, cold for 2


Ha! Too funny and a bit too true,

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: TornAndFried ()
Date: January 29, 2014 00:17

This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 2014-01-29 01:03 by TornAndFried.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: January 29, 2014 00:20

What about a funky version of Wild Colonial Boy at the Hanging Rock show ...



ROCKMAN

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Date: January 29, 2014 00:26

Time for Gomper...

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: January 29, 2014 00:56

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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcare
So in other words 90% of the audience is getting exactly what they want.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: mighty stork ()
Date: January 29, 2014 01:14

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treaclefingers
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcare
So in other words 90% of the audience is getting exactly what they want.

Leaving 10% of those who are disappointed that that again forked out big bucks just to hear the same songs they heard at every other Stones show they have gone to for at least the last two decades. Free the orphaned Stones songs now!!!!

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: Blueranger ()
Date: January 29, 2014 02:17

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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou

We have an option here to make an influence on the setlists, but with such a negative post, I'm sure Mr. Jagger will stand firm with his perceptions that only the hits are worth playing, since the hardcore fans are ungrateful in every possible way, no matter what you do and how you're trying to please them.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: January 29, 2014 02:24

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mighty stork
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treaclefingers
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcare
So in other words 90% of the audience is getting exactly what they want.

Leaving 10% of those who are disappointed that that again forked out big bucks just to hear the same songs they heard at every other Stones show they have gone to for at least the last two decades. Free the orphaned Stones songs now!!!!

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: TornAndFried ()
Date: January 29, 2014 02:56

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Blueranger
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou

We have an option here to make an influence on the setlists, but with such a negative post, I'm sure Mr. Jagger will stand firm with his perceptions that only the hits are worth playing, since the hardcore fans are ungrateful in every possible way, no matter what you do and how you're trying to please them.

Jagger doesn't care much one way or the other what fans think. If you want a better example look at artists like Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and even Paul McCartney. They speak to both their casual and hardcore fans by creating setlists containing popular hits as well as lesser-known and even obscure songs. They know they can't please everybody all the time but try to reward their most loyal fans without alienating the more casual ones.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-01-29 02:59 by TornAndFried.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: StonesCat ()
Date: January 29, 2014 03:03

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Blueranger
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou

We have an option here to make an influence on the setlists, but with such a negative post, I'm sure Mr. Jagger will stand firm with his perceptions that only the hits are worth playing, since the hardcore fans are ungrateful in every possible way, no matter what you do and how you're trying to please them.

They sent out the same exact plea last year before the shows, then a while later MJ complained about how fans asked for obscurities like Gomper. Our opinions have zero influence on the setlist.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: January 29, 2014 03:05

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treaclefingers
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mighty stork
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treaclefingers
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcare
So in other words 90% of the audience is getting exactly what they want.

Leaving 10% of those who are disappointed that that again forked out big bucks just to hear the same songs they heard at every other Stones show they have gone to for at least the last two decades. Free the orphaned Stones songs now!!!!

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few

The only thing the 'many' need is an ability to appreciate more than the same dozen songs.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: January 29, 2014 03:07

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TornAndFried
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Blueranger
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou

We have an option here to make an influence on the setlists, but with such a negative post, I'm sure Mr. Jagger will stand firm with his perceptions that only the hits are worth playing, since the hardcore fans are ungrateful in every possible way, no matter what you do and how you're trying to please them.

Jagger doesn't care much one way or the other what fans think. If you want a better example look at artists like Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and even Paul McCartney. They speak to both their casual and hardcore fans by creating setlists containing popular hits as well as lesser-known and even obscure songs. They know they can't please everybody all the time but try to reward their most loyal fans without alienating the more casual ones.

Those artists also play a lot more songs per show, which helps.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: TornAndFried ()
Date: January 29, 2014 04:06

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Gazza
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TornAndFried
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Blueranger
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou

We have an option here to make an influence on the setlists, but with such a negative post, I'm sure Mr. Jagger will stand firm with his perceptions that only the hits are worth playing, since the hardcore fans are ungrateful in every possible way, no matter what you do and how you're trying to please them.

Jagger doesn't care much one way or the other what fans think. If you want a better example look at artists like Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and even Paul McCartney. They speak to both their casual and hardcore fans by creating setlists containing popular hits as well as lesser-known and even obscure songs. They know they can't please everybody all the time but try to reward their most loyal fans without alienating the more casual ones.

Those artists also play a lot more songs per show, which helps.

True. It would be too much to expect the Stones to ever change their setlists nightly like Bruce or PJ, but I'd be happy if they could at least do an "A" and "B" setlist when they play 2 shows in the same city. Many bands do that.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-01-29 07:43 by TornAndFried.

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: January 29, 2014 04:37

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Gazza
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treaclefingers
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mighty stork
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treaclefingers
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcare
So in other words 90% of the audience is getting exactly what they want.

Leaving 10% of those who are disappointed that that again forked out big bucks just to hear the same songs they heard at every other Stones show they have gone to for at least the last two decades. Free the orphaned Stones songs now!!!!

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few

The only thing the 'many' need is an ability to appreciate more than the same dozen songs.

now you're suggesting they actually buy albums and not just greatest hits so that they can learn what these other songs are.

it just never ends...jeesh!

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: EddieByword ()
Date: January 29, 2014 04:43

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StonesCat
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Blueranger
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TornAndFried
This is such BS. Does anybody seriously think Mick really listens to what songs hardcore fans want to hear? They are likely going to play it safe and do the same setlist for Asia and Australia they were doing at the US shows last year, with possibly one or two changes. Mick and Keith will decide what songs to play without any input from fans or critics, or even Chuck. I even think the internet song choice is fake. Anyway, 90% of the people who go see the Stones these days are just casual fans. These people are paying big bucks for a night out and want to be entertained. They want to hear the hits...not a bunch of semi-obscure songs from Exile or whatever. #mickjaggerdoesnotcareaboutyou

We have an option here to make an influence on the setlists, but with such a negative post, I'm sure Mr. Jagger will stand firm with his perceptions that only the hits are worth playing, since the hardcore fans are ungrateful in every possible way, no matter what you do and how you're trying to please them.

They sent out the same exact plea last year before the shows, then a while later MJ complained about how fans asked for obscurities like Gomper. Our opinions have zero influence on the setlist.

This seems to be true, before last US tour there was a poll/thread on here and Time waits for no one was the clear - by a long way - winner........ followed by 100 years ago and Winter

we all know what ...............

Re: 14 ON FIRE SETLIST: TWEET MICK YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: January 29, 2014 04:59

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EddieByword


This seems to be true, before last US tour there was a poll/thread on here and Time waits for no one was the clear - by a long way - winner........ followed by 100 years ago and Winter

we all know what ...............

Sorry, I struck a deal with Mick that if they wouldn't play Gomper they'd also not play those songs.

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