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Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 21, 2024 07:03

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Ah haaaaa..... the gentrification of.

Gentrification implies something is changing, this has been the status quo for quite some time, no?

No. That's not what it means.

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You say people go for bathroom breaks during Hot Rocks songs like HTW, for me that’s never been the case but I’m not gonna discount your experiences. Personally, I’ve seen the most bathroom breaks during Keith’s set and Rambler. That may because we usually can’t afford the super close up expensive seats the hardcore fans might buy. I’m usually in the peanut gallery.

I said that?

I don't recall saying that.

Why do you continue to just invent things for your narrative?

Where your seats are has zero to do with bathroom breaks.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 21, 2024 07:04

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I've never walked out of a Stones show because they played Satisfaction too fast or played Jumpin' Jack Flash like some robot or the cheesiness of Chuck's plinkiness (and the goddamn triangle) in SFTD or didn't play... some deep cut.

Just because you've never walked out of a Stones show doesn't mean you don't regularly post on this site complaining that a group of 80 years olds aren't performing like they did when they were 30. Have you been to any shows this tour or are you basing your opinions off of iPhone recordings you saw on youtube/facebook?

Unlike you, obviously, I'm able to hear a performance from a phone. Bad notes are bad notes. A phone doesn't stop bad notes.

No shows this tour. Last time was 2019. Hardly anything has changed.

Get off your little teeny high horse.

I've never walked out of a Stones show except after they were done. Nor do I complain that they aren't performing like they did when they were 30.

You're teetertottering on gaslighting.

You have major cognitive issues and obviously can't comprehend what people say in "print".

Yeahh, especially the drums sound exactly like in 2019.

Hence "hardly".

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 21, 2024 07:15

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I don't know what you've been smoking. A lot has changed since 2019.

- No Charlie and no Brown Sugar
- the reintroduction of 19th Nervous Breakdown as a regular and the debut of Out of Time
- faster tempos
- different stage
- different set list structure
- three-four new songs a night
- Connection and Little T&A returning to Keith's set after having not been played in years
- Miss You is no longer a guarantee

You're missing a great show if you sit this tour out.

I know what I've been smoking and it's not anything like you're smoking.

A majority of that list is meaningless.

19th Nervous Breakdown - wrong... except for parts of NO FILTER
Faster tempos - wrong
Different stage - so what
Different set list stucture - alphabet soup
Connection? Hahahahahahahahaaaaaaa

No Charlie... ok. Duh.

No Brown Sugar - so what. That's not a surprise. No one should be making that a point - or Charlie.

What about no Satisfaction and no SFTD and no Miss You and no JJF?

That would be exceptional. They have hundreds of other songs. That they will never play.

That they should play.

Do you realize that they could do one show dedicated to STICKY FINGERS and LET IT BLEED and finish with the usual... and people will love it and hate it - and praise it and complain - and the next show they do what they've been doing the past 15 years or so - greatest hits review with a few whatever... and people will praise it and complain?

None of that matters. It's over - they're just seeing it through.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: SoulSurvivor1990 ()
Date: June 21, 2024 13:12

No Brown Sugar is not a surprise? Maybe not anymore, but when 2021 came and it was absent this and other Stones fan boards were definitely in shock that they dropped it. It's been accepted that it's not coming back, but let's not act like it wasn't a surprising change to the status quo.

19NB lasted through all but one 2021 show and most of the 2022 shows til it sadly fell out of rotation. A shame too, because they blasted through it beautifully each time it was played.

The tempos are absolutely faster on some songs. Compare Rocks Off or All Down the Line or Jumping Jack Flash or Paint It Black to a 2016-19 version and there's absolutely a difference. Hell, they did 19NB at the original tempo and rehearsed a very faithful Mother's Little Helper that sadly has yet to see the light of day.

Change is relative with this band, obviously they have a template to follow. But the new songs and the rotations are a fairly notable difference from what we saw in Charlie's last few years with the band.

Connection, whether you like it or not, was gone for a long time. Maybe not one anyone was clamoring for, but it's definitely in league with other rarities fans would want. It was usually played well, too.

Also, they're musically tighter now IMO than they were in 2017-19 and portions of 2021-22. Keith is back to business in a big way. I don't think I've read a single complaint about his playing aside from the first shows where he was getting his energy level back up after Covid.

If you don't like it, fine. But everyone else is enjoying it and would like to see it continue. Every time I count this band out they astound me with their longevity and ability to somehow be better than they were five to seven years ago. Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.

And if a consistent template is what they need to focus at this age and put on a tight, confident show. So be it. More than ever, it's not about what they play but how they play it. And they're playing it damn good right now.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 23, 2024 11:30

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No Brown Sugar is not a surprise? Maybe not anymore, but when 2021 came and it was absent this and other Stones fan boards were definitely in shock that they dropped it. It's been accepted that it's not coming back, but let's not act like it wasn't a surprising change to the status quo.

19NB lasted through all but one 2021 show and most of the 2022 shows til it sadly fell out of rotation. A shame too, because they blasted through it beautifully each time it was played.

The tempos are absolutely faster on some songs. Compare Rocks Off or All Down the Line or Jumping Jack Flash or Paint It Black to a 2016-19 version and there's absolutely a difference. Hell, they did 19NB at the original tempo and rehearsed a very faithful Mother's Little Helper that sadly has yet to see the light of day.

Change is relative with this band, obviously they have a template to follow. But the new songs and the rotations are a fairly notable difference from what we saw in Charlie's last few years with the band.

Connection, whether you like it or not, was gone for a long time. Maybe not one anyone was clamoring for, but it's definitely in league with other rarities fans would want. It was usually played well, too.

Also, they're musically tighter now IMO than they were in 2017-19 and portions of 2021-22. Keith is back to business in a big way. I don't think I've read a single complaint about his playing aside from the first shows where he was getting his energy level back up after Covid.

If you don't like it, fine. But everyone else is enjoying it and would like to see it continue. Every time I count this band out they astound me with their longevity and ability to somehow be better than they were five to seven years ago. Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.

And if a consistent template is what they need to focus at this age and put on a tight, confident show. So be it. More than ever, it's not about what they play but how they play it. And they're playing it damn good right now.

I think you misunderstood some of what I said. Because I basically agree with you, which I thought was made clear in my response.

On a side note, there should not be any surprise that they aren't playing Brown Sugar. It hasn't been very long... but the world is a much faster place now.

Some people are aghast that they don't play Miss You yet play Midnight Rambler.

As Keith has expressed, if Mick doesn't wanna sing something...

I've been critical of recent performances of a few songs, which I noticed was pointed out somewhere but chose to not comment about.

And?

So what.

They're not divine.

I won't kow tow to the 'oh they're 80, be grateful' bit. If they're 80 and something sucks it sucks. SFTD in 2024 sucks.

No one will tell them. Otherwise they'd probably get fired.

Mick is still being Mick, not much less than the LICKS shows, really, but the pandering has weaknesses in 2024 (and a ways back, too).

They've had the same set list, in general, since 2012. 3-4 new songs, sure. It is the name of the album and tour. They should be...

It's been over for awhile. It will continue. Now it's just about the money, which it basically has been since 1989.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: Witness ()
Date: June 23, 2024 15:22

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Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.


They've had the same set list, in general, since 2012. 3-4 new songs, sure. It is the name of the album and tour. They should be...

It's been over for awhile. It will continue. Now it's just about the money, which it basically has been since 1989.

I have tried to avoid being a naysayer. Do that by not posting about touring.

I do disagree that touring is just about the money.

But also I think their setlists show a lack of major development. I appreciate development as a non-musician listener. I still love to listen to the warhorse songs on live albums, when those songs expressed their recent development. I am not that fascinated by those songs on live albums later on, even when they are well done.

Now they have a still quite new studio album that was favourably received. They had the opportunity to renew themselves and manifest a major development by playing live 7-9 songs from it. Only play a few warhorse songs on rotation, varying which ones you would hear.

I avoid completely watching the videos from the concerts, in order to preserve a little of freshness, if I am to attend one more live concert, in case they will tour Europe one more time. To me, preferably in Scandinavia.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 25, 2024 01:21

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Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.


They've had the same set list, in general, since 2012. 3-4 new songs, sure. It is the name of the album and tour. They should be...

It's been over for awhile. It will continue. Now it's just about the money, which it basically has been since 1989.

I have tried to avoid being a naysayer. Do that by not posting about touring.

I do disagree that touring is just about the money.

But also I think their setlists show a lack of major development. I appreciate development as a non-musician listener. I still love to listen to the warhorse songs on live albums, when those songs expressed their recent development. I am not that fascinated by those songs on live albums later on, even when they are well done.

Now they have a still quite new studio album that was favourably received. They had the opportunity to renew themselves and manifest a major development by playing live 7-9 songs from it. Only play a few warhorse songs on rotation, varying which ones you would hear.

I avoid completely watching the videos from the concerts, in order to preserve a little of freshness, if I am to attend one more live concert, in case they will tour Europe one more time. To me, preferably in Scandinavia.

It's great that you'll get to see them live if they tour Europe.

Have you read Bill German's book? Mick admits STEEL WHEELS was about the money, nothing else. He must've gotten over it to make VOODOO and BRIDGES so quickly after.

It's easy to say it's only about the money since 2012 since so little has changed. But they have done the deluxe reissues updated recordings, BLUE AND LONESOME and HACKNEY DIAMONDS and there is obvious interest in the music on Mick's part so maybe he got over doing it only for the money - but the lack of... diversity in the set lists points towards knowing if they don't play at least 10 songs from HOT ROCKS people won't show up and, aside from not selling out every show since 1994, most of the people are showing up to hear the same old songs. They're not challenging their casual audience, the HOT ROCKS/REWIND fans.

I wish it was 7-9 new songs, a few odd ones from 1968-1983, maybe something from 1997 and 2005 once in a while, and of course, a slimmed down HOT ROCKS/REWIND set list.

That will never happen. Getting 3 Keith vocals on this tour is amazing. And that they've dropped Miss You for a few shows. 3-4 new songs, ok, whatever.

Ever wondered why they called the tour NO FILTER when it was absolutely filtered? Kinda weird.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: Witness ()
Date: June 25, 2024 02:38

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Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.


They've had the same set list, in general, since 2012. 3-4 new songs, sure. It is the name of the album and tour. They should be...

It's been over for awhile. It will continue. Now it's just about the money, which it basically has been since 1989.

I have tried to avoid being a naysayer. Do that by not posting about touring.

I do disagree that touring is just about the money.

But also I think their setlists show a lack of major development. I appreciate development as a non-musician listener. I still love to listen to the warhorse songs on live albums, when those songs expressed their recent development. I am not that fascinated by those songs on live albums later on, even when they are well done.

Now they have a still quite new studio album that was favourably received. They had the opportunity to renew themselves and manifest a major development by playing live 7-9 songs from it. Only play a few warhorse songs on rotation, varying which ones you would hear.

I avoid completely watching the videos from the concerts, in order to preserve a little of freshness, if I am to attend one more live concert, in case they will tour Europe one more time. To me, preferably in Scandinavia.

It's great that you'll get to see them live if they tour Europe.

Have you read Bill German's book? Mick admits STEEL WHEELS was about the money, nothing else. He must've gotten over it to make VOODOO and BRIDGES so quickly after.

It's easy to say it's only about the money since 2012 since so little has changed. But they have done the deluxe reissues updated recordings, BLUE AND LONESOME and HACKNEY DIAMONDS and there is obvious interest in the music on Mick's part so maybe he got over doing it only for the money - but the lack of... diversity in the set lists points towards knowing if they don't play at least 10 songs from HOT ROCKS people won't show up and, aside from not selling out every show since 1994, most of the people are showing up to hear the same old songs. They're not challenging their casual audience, the HOT ROCKS/REWIND fans.

I wish it was 7-9 new songs, a few odd ones from 1968-1983, maybe something from 1997 and 2005 once in a while, and of course, a slimmed down HOT ROCKS/REWIND set list.

That will never happen. Getting 3 Keith vocals on this tour is amazing. And that they've dropped Miss You for a few shows. 3-4 new songs, ok, whatever.

Ever wondered why they called the tour NO FILTER when it was absolutely filtered? Kinda weird.

No, I have not read Bill German's book.

I guess that by their professional turn in 1989, when the Stones started to largely play great stadia, costs became so large that to begin with they had to think about the income they made. Can such thinking be the basis for what Mick Jagger said?

Some times I have thought that money income may have become a success parameter for them, when they have felt themselves bereaved for creativity by their audiences apparently wanting to hear their most known songs all the time. True or false as to what audiencies must.

Why have the Stones succumbed to that wish? More than the risk that some persons would not turn up if they do not hear all the warhorse songs, I believe that there is another factor at work here. The Rolling Stones live have almost always been known to be dependent on the feedback that they get from their audiences. Mick will probably speak about the empty stares when they play songs that the listeners are not familier with. Probably his fear may work on him earlier than reality. Myself I think most of all that this is the explanation.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: June 25, 2024 09:41

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Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.


They've had the same set list, in general, since 2012. 3-4 new songs, sure. It is the name of the album and tour. They should be...

It's been over for awhile. It will continue. Now it's just about the money, which it basically has been since 1989.

I have tried to avoid being a naysayer. Do that by not posting about touring.

I do disagree that touring is just about the money.

But also I think their setlists show a lack of major development. I appreciate development as a non-musician listener. I still love to listen to the warhorse songs on live albums, when those songs expressed their recent development. I am not that fascinated by those songs on live albums later on, even when they are well done.

Now they have a still quite new studio album that was favourably received. They had the opportunity to renew themselves and manifest a major development by playing live 7-9 songs from it. Only play a few warhorse songs on rotation, varying which ones you would hear.

I avoid completely watching the videos from the concerts, in order to preserve a little of freshness, if I am to attend one more live concert, in case they will tour Europe one more time. To me, preferably in Scandinavia.

It's great that you'll get to see them live if they tour Europe.

Have you read Bill German's book? Mick admits STEEL WHEELS was about the money, nothing else. He must've gotten over it to make VOODOO and BRIDGES so quickly after.

It's easy to say it's only about the money since 2012 since so little has changed. But they have done the deluxe reissues updated recordings, BLUE AND LONESOME and HACKNEY DIAMONDS and there is obvious interest in the music on Mick's part so maybe he got over doing it only for the money - but the lack of... diversity in the set lists points towards knowing if they don't play at least 10 songs from HOT ROCKS people won't show up and, aside from not selling out every show since 1994, most of the people are showing up to hear the same old songs. They're not challenging their casual audience, the HOT ROCKS/REWIND fans.

I wish it was 7-9 new songs, a few odd ones from 1968-1983, maybe something from 1997 and 2005 once in a while, and of course, a slimmed down HOT ROCKS/REWIND set list.

That will never happen. Getting 3 Keith vocals on this tour is amazing. And that they've dropped Miss You for a few shows. 3-4 new songs, ok, whatever.

Ever wondered why they called the tour NO FILTER when it was absolutely filtered? Kinda weird.

i think i heard that no filter was an early name for the shelved album with charlie

as for the touring being about the money yeah i agree but it's always been about money especially when they didn't have a lot

what was the 72 american tour except a promotional tour to sell exile on main street

i'm sure back then maybe it entered there noggins for a brief moment that they were artists and they were changing the world etc. etc. etc.

then the reality sank in that the lifestyles they became accustomed to cost a lot a money to maintain

and how do the rolling stones make more money?

they tour and make new music sure maybe they have something to say in that music but at the end of the day it was about selling it

in fact i bet the earlier tours from the 60's and 70's were much more about the money then they are now

and of course it's also about the fun and joy they get from performing and always has been

i think what the modern tours are post 2012 are a sorta multimillion dollar summer vacation for the band and there families that other people pay for

and as they became richer and richer and richer it becomes less and less about the money and they're consistent abilities to earb tremendous amounts of money from these tours is more a force of habit then an intense desire to make more money

i believe the band still enjoys playing new songs like angry, tell me straight, ssoh, mess it up, and www but don't because as you and others have pointed out the majority if the audience is there to hear paint it black again

maybe we need to start a petition to get them to realize that there are enough fans out there that wanna hear the new album live in its entirety (plus maybe some rarities) that they could fill at least a few theatres around the globe at extremely high prices



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Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 26, 2024 08:42

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Fans old and new leave each show consistently happy aside from a few naysayers who will never be satisfied.


They've had the same set list, in general, since 2012. 3-4 new songs, sure. It is the name of the album and tour. They should be...

It's been over for awhile. It will continue. Now it's just about the money, which it basically has been since 1989.

I have tried to avoid being a naysayer. Do that by not posting about touring.

I do disagree that touring is just about the money.

But also I think their setlists show a lack of major development. I appreciate development as a non-musician listener. I still love to listen to the warhorse songs on live albums, when those songs expressed their recent development. I am not that fascinated by those songs on live albums later on, even when they are well done.

Now they have a still quite new studio album that was favourably received. They had the opportunity to renew themselves and manifest a major development by playing live 7-9 songs from it. Only play a few warhorse songs on rotation, varying which ones you would hear.

I avoid completely watching the videos from the concerts, in order to preserve a little of freshness, if I am to attend one more live concert, in case they will tour Europe one more time. To me, preferably in Scandinavia.

It's great that you'll get to see them live if they tour Europe.

Have you read Bill German's book? Mick admits STEEL WHEELS was about the money, nothing else. He must've gotten over it to make VOODOO and BRIDGES so quickly after.

It's easy to say it's only about the money since 2012 since so little has changed. But they have done the deluxe reissues updated recordings, BLUE AND LONESOME and HACKNEY DIAMONDS and there is obvious interest in the music on Mick's part so maybe he got over doing it only for the money - but the lack of... diversity in the set lists points towards knowing if they don't play at least 10 songs from HOT ROCKS people won't show up and, aside from not selling out every show since 1994, most of the people are showing up to hear the same old songs. They're not challenging their casual audience, the HOT ROCKS/REWIND fans.

I wish it was 7-9 new songs, a few odd ones from 1968-1983, maybe something from 1997 and 2005 once in a while, and of course, a slimmed down HOT ROCKS/REWIND set list.

That will never happen. Getting 3 Keith vocals on this tour is amazing. And that they've dropped Miss You for a few shows. 3-4 new songs, ok, whatever.

Ever wondered why they called the tour NO FILTER when it was absolutely filtered? Kinda weird.

No, I have not read Bill German's book.

I guess that by their professional turn in 1989, when the Stones started to largely play great stadia, costs became so large that to begin with they had to think about the income they made. Can such thinking be the basis for what Mick Jagger said?

Some times I have thought that money income may have become a success parameter for them, when they have felt themselves bereaved for creativity by their audiences apparently wanting to hear their most known songs all the time. True or false as to what audiencies must.

Why have the Stones succumbed to that wish? More than the risk that some persons would not turn up if they do not hear all the warhorse songs, I believe that there is another factor at work here. The Rolling Stones live have almost always been known to be dependent on the feedback that they get from their audiences. Mick will probably speak about the empty stares when they play songs that the listeners are not familier with. Probably his fear may work on him earlier than reality. Myself I think most of all that this is the explanation.

They had Budweiser sponsor STEEL WHEELS (and VOODOO LOUNGE). So that took care of the stage money (basically).

Ticket prices were set by the promoter - and Mick Jagger.

STEEL WHEELS was not exactly expensive at the time, I think that average price was around $32, and since they'd only done one previous stadium tour in the US 8 years prior, stadium owners weren't on it yet about charging through the nose to rent the stadiums (like they did in 1994 and ever since).

STEEL WHEELS made $125 million. The Stones were guaranteed... $70 million. VOODOO made $320 million ($120 million in the US with an average of $50 a ticket).

However, the Stones never made actual money on tour until 1981.

Mick Jagger (1989): The money
Of course, we're doing it for the money, AS WELL. We've always done it for the money. People get highly paid in rock & roll. That's why it's so attractive. It's like boxing. People don't do boxing for nothing. They start off doing it because they hope to get to the top, because when they get to the top, they'll make lots of money. I mean, THAT'S America. But also, to my mind, it has to be done in a good way where it doesn't rip people off. It's got to be good value for money. You shouldn't charge less than everyone else. You can charge more than everyone else, but you also have to give them more than everyone else.


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Mick has spoken, often, about blank stares, people leaving for whatever, when new songs are played.

Why bother recording a new album then?

Well, he doesn't want the Stones to be a nostalgia band.


He makes a lot of money, you know. He's extremely rich. He can afford to say such things. Especially from 2012 to 2019 - no new (original) music, only nostalgia.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: bv ()
Date: June 26, 2024 14:38

I think it is time for a reality check. How many of those who post fantasy wish lists here on iorr are 80+ of age and performing live music in front of more that 10k fans 2x per week?

Sure Mick is superMick and Keith is still strong and loud in the mix with his eternal riffs our grandchildren need to experience, also Ronnie is doing a great job on stage every show.

Still, they do need a safe platform of songs on stage. They can not just do Gomper and other songs they did not rehearse ahead of this tour.

My only wish is to hear «Can’t You Hear Me Knocking» live one more time, during the remaining part of the tour.

Bjornulf

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: DEmerson ()
Date: June 26, 2024 14:47

Maybe it’s ’just my imagination, running away with me’ but I have high hopes for the 2 LA shows (I keep looking at flights):
Hoping one of them gets the debut of Bite My Head Off, and that’s where we get Lady Gaga on SSOH, AND, like BV just wrote, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking? in the Rambler/Miss You Spot. Of course any of those could happen in Chicago also.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: bv ()
Date: June 26, 2024 15:04

NY/NJ #2 was very special, like the Las Vegas show. I think Chi-2 and LA-2 will be spiced up just like any 2nd show in a city. They may be old but they are far from playing it safe.

Bjornulf

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: June 26, 2024 15:25

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Maybe it’s ’just my imagination, running away with me’ but I have high hopes for the 2 LA shows (I keep looking at flights):
Hoping one of them gets the debut of Bite My Head Off, and that’s where we get Lady Gaga on SSOH, AND, like BV just wrote, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking? in the Rambler/Miss You Spot. Of course any of those could happen in Chicago also.

oh now that's an interesting idea

i could live without midnight rambler some nights if cyhmk is played in its place

but hopefully not the shortened version from hyde park in 2022

and it may not be as well known to the casual fans as miss you is but it should be better known then midnight rambler so mick won't have to worry about the crowd not responding

odd suggestion but maybe make the first encore a rotation of ssoh and cyhmk instead of the miss you/midnight rambler spot

hope bv gets his wish he asks so little of them

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: angee ()
Date: June 26, 2024 19:48

CYHMK, yes, my favorite!

Have they rehearsed this at all?
Be great for US, but maybe chances are better in Europe.

~"Love is Strong"~

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: bv ()
Date: June 26, 2024 20:29

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CYHMK, yes, my favorite!

Have they rehearsed this at all?

YES! 3 great takes in LA. Still feels like last night!

Bjornulf

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: NashvilleBlues ()
Date: June 26, 2024 21:05

CYHMK is fantastic. Shame they’ve only played it twice since 2016.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: kkhoranstoned ()
Date: June 26, 2024 23:12

hoping they pull out a blues classic for Chicago

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 27, 2024 08:58

I think Mick is too concerned with pleasing the common fan.

Here's a perfect example:

On the Forty Licks tour, when we were preparing the set list for a show in Yokohama, Chuck Leavell suggested we play Loving Cup, the ballad from Exile On Main Street. I didn't want to play the tune and I said, Chuck, this is going to die a death in Yokohama. I can't even remember the bloody song, and no one likes it. I've done it loads of times in America, it doesn't go down that well, it's a very difficult song to sing, and I'm fed up with it! Chuck went, Stick in the mud! so I gave in and put it in the set-list. Lo and behold, we went out, started the song and they all began applauding... Which just proves how, over time, some of these songs acquire a certain existence, or value, that they never had when they first came out. People will say, What a wonderful song that was, when it was virtually ignored at the time it was released.

- Mick Jagger, 2003


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That essence has never changed. People want to hear whatever, Slave, Coming Down Again, Time Waits For No One, 100 Years Ago, All The Way Down, No Use In Crying, Jigsaw Puzzle, We Love You, Casino Boogie, Summer Romance, Get Close, Driving Me Too Hard and loads of others that they never have played or have barely played.

That will never never never stop.

If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: Putty ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:03

-Star star
-Dance little sister
-Slave
-We love you

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: EddieByword ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:21

Child of the moon
I go wild
Slave
Time waits for no one

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: Shawn20 ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:25

1. Beast of Burden
2. All Down the Line
3. Street Fighting Man
4. Waiting on a Friend

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: TheBlockbuster ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:28

- If You Can't Rock Me
- Rough Justice
- Summer Romance
- It Won't Take Long

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: HouseBoyKnows ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:39

Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: TW2019 ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:41

All Down The Line
Star Star
Hand of Fate
If You Cant Rock Me

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: waterrats ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:41

Quote
HouseBoyKnows
Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar

smileys with beer

I second that!

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: RG ()
Date: June 26, 2024 16:48

1. Tops
2. Winter
3. Sway
4. Time waits for no one



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2024-06-26 16:48 by RG.

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: June 26, 2024 17:20

100 Years Ago.Play With Fire.Till the Next Goodbye.Salt of the Earth.She Smiled Sweetly

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: NashvilleBlues ()
Date: June 26, 2024 17:58

Moonlight Mile
Sway
I Got the Blues
All Down the Line

Re: If song vote was up to you?
Posted by: deardoctor ()
Date: June 26, 2024 18:19

Hot stuff
Hand of fate
Memory motel
Hey negrita
Crazy mama

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