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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: December 21, 2019 13:21



Werner Herzog talks about Mick
and acting …. at around the 11.00 minute mark




ROCKMAN

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 22, 2019 21:18

Herzog always sounded very emotional when he talked about Jagger.



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
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Date: December 22, 2019 21:31





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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 25, 2019 00:59



The Tattoo You Era

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
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Date: December 25, 2019 02:12



The Tattoo You Era



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 25, 2019 15:13


The Tattoo You Era

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
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Date: December 25, 2019 15:24


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: snorton ()
Date: December 25, 2019 19:04

In the "color"picture above with Mick wearing a hat, Mick is wearing the same shirt he wore in the Waiting on a Friend video.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 27, 2019 01:47


Carolyn Vásquez (right) met Mick Jagger on the set of Fitzcarraldo in 1981

The presence of Mick Jagger in Lima has revived unknown anecdotes. Precisely
one of them is the one lived by Carolyn Vásquez, a Lorraine lady who has just
arrived from Iquitos with the intention of seeing Mick Jagger.

Carolyn Vásquez was 12 years old when she met Jagger in Iquitos while
participating in the filming of Werner Herzog's film Fitzcarraldo.

Carolyn said, “He was a super simple man. He didn't need bodyguards. I talked
with him about half an hour. He asked about the customs of the area, food and
exotic drinks. Actually, I learned that a movie was being made and then I
approached to watch and it was then that he approached and we began to talk,”
Carolyn told RPP News.

"I hope he remembers me although many years have passed but I have the photo
and I can see that I will be completely happy," she said.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: alexander paul ()
Date: December 27, 2019 09:30

It has been discussed before: the sax players in the 1981 tour. After a few saxless shows Lee Allen, Ernie Watts, Bobby Keyes and the Tower of Power added their saxophone/horns to the concerts.

My request is if anyone can let me know where I can find the exact songs they performed. Brown sugar is an obvious track of course, but the Tower of Power played a few times on Satisfaction. Is there anywhere an accurate list, overview or something like that?

Thanks for all help,

Alex.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 27, 2019 20:59

I didn’t know Tower of Power a actually played on stage with the Stones. I knew they opened for the Stones in 1981 and 1975.



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 29, 2019 15:00

Here are some quotes about Sax on the 1981 tour from past post here on IORR:

Quote


Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: Tops ()
Date: April 22, 2015 16:34

Hampton is probobly my favourite Stones recording...ever

And Ernie Watts is very much the main ingredient in this success.

His style fits so well on the newer - more new wavelike -numbers as well as on the older

ones like YCAGWYW (best version I've ever heard.....and i do love MT and the version from

brussels 73) and LIB.


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Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: Zagalo ()
Date: April 23, 2015 01:08

According to Karnbach/Bernson - sax players in 1981 were:



Oct 1 (Metro Center, Rockfield) - "Saxophonist Lee Allen was a special guest at this gig

and went on to Colorado with the band. His performance at this gig was something to see!"

Oct 3 (Folsom Field , Boulder) - "Lee Allen travelled with the band from Rockfield and was

again a special guest on tenor sax. Allen had recorded with Little Richard, Etta James and

Fats Domino in the late 50's-early 60's"

Oct 4 (Folsom Field, Boulder) - "Lee Allen was special guest on sax"

Oct 7 (Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego) - Ernie Watts

Oct 9 (Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles) - Ernie Watts plus "Bobby Keys joined the tour at

this performance; the backup musicians now included two sax players. Keys does a solo on

Brown Sugar. (Also the show where Prince left the stage after 4 songs when garbage was

thrown at him)"



According to Nico's website:

Lee Allen (sax; 1st - 4th October)/

Ernie Watts (sax; from 7th October onwards)/

Bobby Keys (sax; on Let It Bleed and Brown Sugar from 24th October onwards)

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Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: April 23, 2015 19:35

Quote
Zagalo
According to Karnbach/Bernson...
According to Nico's website...

Some clarification would be welcome...

Zentgraf's right : the tour started without a sax player. Then the band thought it would be

cool to add a legend to the band's sound but Lee Allen played very poorly during the shows

he guested on : he didn't "feel" the music and unlike Watts his licks often clashed with

the guitars or the vocals.

So almost overnight the Stones had to find a replacement... Watts did an oustanding job

imo.


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Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: Tops ()
Date: April 22, 2015 16:34



I'm finding what people think about the sax players in 1981 tour.

I do wonder why there was no sax player in the beginning? Ernie couldn't make it. Bobby was

preoccupied (I heard drugs but he was on tour right)? Was there not to be a sax player,

doesn't seem likely.


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Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: 2120Wolf ()
Date: April 23, 2015 21:44


----------_==========

Ian MacLagan had a nice story about the money -he negotioated the money with Jagger, and

Ian was under the impression he was discussing a lumped sum for the total tour, while

Jagger was talking about an amount sum per gig. I believe it was in the region of $30K per

night.

Ernie Watts didn't like touring with the Stones as he felt totally secluded from normal

life, and he was completely on his own. He said he played a gig for 1 hour, then spend 2

days in his hotel room waiting for the next gig. He didn't have any interaction with any of

the Stones or touring entourage.

Mathijs


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Nothing not to love except most of the shows sucked. Played way to fast and way to thin.

For the most part they just butchered their own songs.

Hampton was of course was an exception and to me the Ernie Watts parts were the best. Don't

know why he sounded so different then others but he did and it worked.

The thin sound is mostly due to the fact that so many shows are available in poor monitor

soundboards and the badly recorded Let's Spend movie. Listen to the professionally recorded

shows like both Hampton shows, the Wolfgang shows and the KBFH broadcasts, and to the

audience boots and you hear that they actually sounded full and big, very warm and bold

sounding.

Mathijs

---------------

It was a struggle between Jagger and Richards -Jagger wanted to tour with a brass section,

Richards wanted a stripped down version of the Stones with only a piano player. After

auditions of various pianists they settled on Stu and Ian MacLagan. After the dissastrous

Philly opening shows, and the subpar Buffalo show, Jagger insisted in getting a sax player.

They hired Ernie Watts, who had problems playing raunchy RnR solo's, so they took Bobby

Keys onboard starting in LA, October 9, to play on LIB and BS. Apperently Jagger also

wanted to hire the horn section of The Tower of Power after their guest stint in San

Francisco.

Mathijs


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Mathijs, you are an amazing and most knowledgeable Rolling Stones fan. What you say here

makes much sense. I'm wonder how do you know, "It was a struggle between Jagger and

Richards -Jagger wanted to tour with a brass section, Richards wanted a stripped down

version of the Stones with only a piano player.
"

I'm also wondering how do you know, "Jagger insisted in getting a sax player."

And, "They hired Ernie Watts, who had problems playing raunchy RnR solo's, so they took

Bobby Keys on board starting in LA, October 9, to play on LIB and BS
."

And, "Apparently Jagger also wanted to hire the horn section of The Tower of Power after

their guest stint in San Francisco.
"

Tower of Power played with the Stones in San Francisco? I had no idea. I learn a lot from

you over the years. Than you for your input. Much appreciated. I'd love to know your

sources.



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Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: Eleanor Rigby ()
Date: April 28, 2015 21:33

Classic player.
The irony is that some posters say his playing is amazing yet bag Mick Taylor for

overplaying...go figure.

ernie watts overplayed during the 81 tour. ..at times he ruined it.
maybe he was simply too brilliant for the band..in the same way Mick Taylor was.
I hate the moments he played too much during the stinkin 1981 US tour.
Well...the tour rocked!! Haha


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Re: Ernie Watts 1981
Posted by: DandelionPowderman ()
Date: April 28, 2015 22:21

Quote
Stoneage:

Ernie did not only do the standard horn section bits but interacted with the band and kept

the songs, and the sometimes astray guitarists, together. Kind of like a third, very

reliable, guitarist.

It would have been interesting to hear what Perks, Watts and maybe Jagger has to say about

Ernie's contribution to the 81 tour.

DandelionPowderman:

Indeed. He was the glue. In a way he was Chuck with good taste, imo.

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Re: 81
Posted by: TooTough ()
Date: April 28, 2015 23:56

Quote
Mathijs
BY his own account he hated touring with the Stones in 81, and declined for the 82 tour.

Mathijs



Well, on that "Just for the record" DVD boxset Ernie Watts is talking
nicely about the tour and the Stones.

1. "Mick asked Quincy Jones if he knew a good sax player"
2. "San Diego was my audition - in front of 80.000 people"
3. "The Stones are like a jazz band - playing different every night"
4. And he is talking respectfully about every member of the band.


------------


dcba:

"Lee Allen was there for a few shows prior to that..."

He sucked badly and he was sent home quickly. EW obviously was a fast learner and he

developped a fantastic musical chemistry with the band.


-------------



Re: Ernie Watts
Posted by: StonesTod ()
Date: February 2, 2012 21:37

Quote
dadrob
EW played with Zappa and was in the Tonight Show band when Johnny Carson had the show..he

is a great musician.. I read somewhere that Sonny Rollins was offered the spot but while he

liked the money offered he did not want to become the "jazz featurette."

StonesTod:

i had never heard that about rollins. if true, he made a bad call...ernie wound up becoming

the 3rd (or 4th if you like) "guitarist" in the band...he was no featurette...

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Re: Ernie Watts
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: February 3, 2012 00:51

Agree with Gazza here. He blends in perfectly and is both solid and fluent. Maybe some

don't like him because he is too good? Or because he didn't look like a rock star (half

bald and older)?

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Re: Ernie Watts
Posted by: stonesdan60 ()
Date: February 3, 2012 10:46

I remember back around the time of the '81 tour a local radio station did a special on the

Stones that included interviews with band members, including Ernie Watts. He came across as

a pretty cool guy who really "got" what the Stones at that time were all about. When asked

about the difference between playing jazz and playing rock and roll with the Stones, he

said (may not be verbatim), "Playing with the Stones is exactly like playing with a jazz

band. Everything is improvisation. Some nights solos may be longer or shorter or someone

might just launch into a solo that leads to a fantastic unplanned jam. It's all intuition

and reading each other. The Stones work just like a jazz band."

I miss those days. I still love the Stones but everything's too planned out in advance for

the kind of spontaneity Watts described in 1981.


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Re: Ernie Watts
Posted by: Eleanor Rigby ()
Date: February 3, 2012 15:12


steel Driving Hammer:

Hats off to Ernie. Seriously. God he's good ain't he?



Gazza:

Not to everyone's taste it appears, but I think he's f***ing brilliant on these shows.



Eleanor Rigby:

technically brilliant...BUT...played too long during songs!! Stones fans are used to

intricate sax moments in songs, not over blown solos that went too long...and then proceed

to dominate the rest of the songs! it's just annoying to me....sorry!



DandelionPowderman:

It had to do with the material the Stones were playing at the time, imo. Songs like Waiting

On A Friend, Imagination and Beast Of Burden are perfect for long sax parts.


Ross:


I find him quite annoying. I thought his licks were repetitive and he overplayed. That

little riff that he repeats ad nauseum throughout "Waiting On A Friend" ruins it for me. A

far cry from Sonny Rollins brilliant, soulful take on the album.

The instrumental break in YCAGWYW goes nowhere, especially compared to the Brussel's

version, where MT's melodic solo seems to melt into Trevor Lawrence's fat, soulful finish.

His showpiece, "Just My Imagination", again, too repetitive. He seems to be competing with

the guitars. I would much rather hear some Keith/Ronnie guitar interplay without the

annoying squawking going on.

Aside from that, I like the new Hampton release more than I thought I would. Better than I

remembered it from the boots back in the day. 81 is not a year I have listened to much over

the years (even though it is certainly well-documented on boots!) but the improved mix

really improves this one! I just have to try to tune out the sax!

(IMHO disclaimer here)



Eleanor Rigby:

i dont mind long sax parts, but sax parts during guitar solos and singing...sorry not for

me. Just listening to Hampton and songs like Let It Bleed etc.. dont and shouldn't have sax

in them. I reckon they let him do whatever because of his talent.



StonesTod:

Let It Bleed was made for the saxophone...and i believe that's bobby wailing away on the

hampton version...



stonesdan60:

Mathijs:
Just to note -Ernie Watts apparently hated touring with the Stones, even so much that he

declined for the 1982 tour. He stated in a 90's interview that he spent 23 hours per day on

his hotel room, and then was dragged out onto the stage. He said that he didn't have a

social life for two months, and that he didn't have any interaction with any of the Stones

when they weren't on the stage. He did admire Bobby Keys deeply for not complaining, as

Keys was in the same position and even only played on two tracks per show.

stonesdan60:
That's interesting. Maybe the rigors of a long tour wore Ernie out and changed his opinion.

But the radio interview I heard was done mid-tour, and when asked what it was like touring

with the Stones, he said, "It's fantastic. It's the greatest road trip in the world. They

spare no expense to provide the greatest comfort, the greatest food, the greatest travel

arrangements. I'm having a great time. Everything is luxury to the max." (may not be

verbatim)



StonesTod:


chrism13:
I don't think I have heard a good version of Let it Bleed since the '81-2 tour. Great

song..but seems later versions were uninspiring.

they dropped it part-way through the '82 tour in favor of...gasp...Angie!

StonesTod:
I agree...'81 set a standard for this song that was never even approached on subsequent

tries...I'm sure someone will blame chuck if you give it a few minutes....



exilestones:
I heard Ernie was planned for the tour before it began but had other commiments. He wasn't able for the first few show. The Stones ran in to Lee Allen and asked him to play a few shows that fit Lee's schedule.

Bobby wasn't fit to go on tour due to drug use. Mick didn't want him. Keith Hired Bobby to play on Brown Sugar and Keith paid him out of his own money. Bobby first appeared as a guest in LA.

This is what I heard.

I thought Ernie was great but over played. Listening to 1981 shows there's too much Ernie. Some examples are You Can't Always Get What You Want (every show) and Waiting on a Friend (King Biscuit) on the Detroit December 1st show.

Some how Waiting on a Friend really came together at Hampton, particularly for Ernie.

Listening to Booby play on Going to a Go-Go in 1982 (I think it was Bobby) makes me appreciate how great Ernie played on Going to a Go-Go. The 1982 Go-Go sax wasn't as good. He really help make that song great and helped the Stones have a new sound.




Lee Allen with the Stones in Rockford.



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 29, 2019 15:04



Acclaimed jazz veteran has also played with the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Frank Zappa, B.B. King and Steely Dan.

In 1981, jazz tenor sax great Ernie Watts performed his debut concert with the Rolling Stones at what was then known as San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium.
Mick Jagger had phoned Quincy Jones to ask for a recommendation, and Jones immediately suggested Watts, who did the Stones’ entire tour that year.

[www.sandiegouniontribune.com]

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: alexander paul ()
Date: December 29, 2019 15:13

Thanks. I find it confusing that Ernie Watts and Bobby Keyes both played at the same shows from Oct. 9 1981, whereas Nico Zentgraf has the information that Bobby Keyes played only as from Oct. 24.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 29, 2019 15:22


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: December 29, 2019 15:30

"He (Bobby) performed only four tracks on the 1981 tour, on which Ernie Watts was the saxophonist. Keys was reinstated as the band's main touring saxophonist on the 1982 European Tour, together with Gene Barge. Keys played with the Stones on all subsequent tours up to his death.

[en.wikipedia.org]



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Date: December 30, 2019 02:01

I found the '81 Sax players all totally wrong for the Stones. IMO the players were playing the "wrong" parts; not gelling with the songs at all. They completely OVER-played; stepped all over guitars. It sounded like there had been zero rehearsals dedicated to a horn player, and integrating the sound. (Sonny Rollins' abstract phrasing synced better with Keith and Ron's playing.)
Those were outdoor stadium shows, in the wind, with 81 technology - not suited for a horn, a single horn to carry at all.
They were both right - either no horn, or a full section.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: alexander paul ()
Date: December 30, 2019 14:29

In the meantime I have watched a couple of videos.
It looks like Ernie Watts played on Neighbours, Black limousine, Just my imagination, Let me go, Beast of burden, Waiting on a friend, You can't always get ..., Miss you, Honky tonk women, Brown sugar. Later on Going to a go go (played by the band from Nov. 3rd), he probably did not play on Let it bleed. In the Hampton show of Dec. 18, Bobby Keys played on Let it bleed and Brown sugar and both Bobby and Ernie played on Honky tonk women. If I am right ...., sometimes the videos are of bad quality, dark and there was hardly a spotlight on the sax solo's.

Alex.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 1, 2020 16:54

Bobby Keyes Rejoins the Stones in 1981


Bobby with the Stones in LA 1981


The Rolling Stones quit working with Keys for years at one point, a break that
guitarist Keith Richards explained in his 'Life' memoir by treating readers to
the memorable image of the legendary sideman puffing a stogie while soaking in
a hotel tub full of champagne alongside a groupie. As Richards wrote:

"Bobby went down in a tub of Dom Perignon. Bobby Keys, so the story goes, is the
only man who knows how many bottles of it it takes to fill a bath, because
that’s what he was floating in. This was just before the second-to-last gig on
the ’73 European tour, in Belgium. No sign of Bobby at the band assembly that
day, and finally I was asked if I knew where my buddy was -- there had been no
reply from his hotel room. So I went to his room and said, Bob, we gotta go,
we gotta go right now. He’s got a cigar, bathtub full of champagne and this
French chick in with him. And he said, f--- off. So be it. Great image and
everything like that, but you might regret it, Bob. The accountant informed
Bobby afterward that he had earned no money at all on that tour as a result of
that bathtub; in fact he owed. And it took me ten goddamn years or more to get
him back in the band, because Mick [Jagger] was implacable, and rightly so.
And Mick can be merciless in that way. I couldn’t answer for Bobby. All I
could do was help him get clean, and I did."

[ultimateclassicrock.com]

"I remember on our ’73 European tour saying, “Come on Bobby, we’re getting on
the plane.” He said, “Damn it Keith, I’m staying here.” He’s got the French
whore, a tub full of champagne. “Well Bobs, it might be difficult getting you
back in.” And it took me 10 years to get the guy back in the band.

Years later, the Stones were rehearsing for another tour. This was
1980-something, and I bought Bobby a ticket and said, “Just get your ass here.
When we rehearse ‘Brown Sugar,’ just sneak up and do the solo, man.” Once we did
“Brown Sugar,” Bobby hit the solo and then I looked at Mick like, “You see what I
mean, Mick?” And Mick looked at me and says, “Yeah, you can’t argue with that.”
Once he just played those few notes, there really was no question. So Mick
relented and said, “Okay, let’s get Bob back in the band.” " - Keith Richards



Nice article: Keith Richards Remembers the ‘Hidden Genius’ of Bobby Keys
[www.rollingstone.com]

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 11, 2020 13:09


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: bustabutton ()
Date: January 12, 2020 03:35

Bless you Exile! Great photos

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 12, 2020 04:59


Mick Jagger at a party in Paris 1982




photos by Michel Dufour





Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: January 12, 2020 05:07

…..lookin good …. ^^^^^^^^



ROCKMAN

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 21, 2020 05:21






Too Much Blood?






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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 22, 2020 05:50


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 22, 2020 17:19





Publicity photos listed as 1981.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: January 27, 2020 07:20


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Mathijs ()
Date: January 28, 2020 09:26

Quote
alexander paul
In the meantime I have watched a couple of videos.
It looks like Ernie Watts played on Neighbours, Black limousine, Just my imagination, Let me go, Beast of burden, Waiting on a friend, You can't always get ..., Miss you, Honky tonk women, Brown sugar. Later on Going to a go go (played by the band from Nov. 3rd), he probably did not play on Let it bleed. In the Hampton show of Dec. 18, Bobby Keys played on Let it bleed and Brown sugar and both Bobby and Ernie played on Honky tonk women. If I am right ...., sometimes the videos are of bad quality, dark and there was hardly a spotlight on the sax solo's.

Alex.

Keys layed from October 9 on, and played indeed on Let it Bleed, BS, HTW, and on Tumbling Dice.

I find Ernie Watts utterly fantastic. He really integrated with the 2 guitar approach of Keith and Wood, and really made it a fantastic call-and-response jam band. Listen to Imagination from Hampton -that might have been the best performance of the Stones ever. Ernie Watts really puts juice and mojo into the Stones on the good nights, really challenging the Stones to pay attention, to come up with good licks and not just wing it. You can hear Jagger really feeding off on Ernie Watts during Miss You from Hampton.

Ernie Watts pushed the band really further and higher, something they actually really lost on the 1982 tour. For 1982 it was all coked up high speed, all the looseness and jamming was gone.

Mathijs

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 2, 2020 03:03

1983



1983 Bette Midler talks about Mick Jagger:
[www.facebook.com]




         

Beast of Burden was covered by Bette Midler who modified several lines
of lyric (for example, changing "Pretty, pretty, girls" to "my little sister
is a pretty, pretty girl"). The track appeared on Midler's No Frills album.

A music video was made for this version that started out with Midler and Mick
Jagger talking in her dressing room before she comes out and performs the song
with him on stage. As the song ends someone throws a pie at Jagger, and Midler
laughs at it until she gets hit with a pie herself. The video ends with a
picture of both of them covered in pie in a newspaper with the headline "Just
desserts".

            
            









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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 3, 2020 13:50




Bette Midler - Beast of Burden Live
[www.youtube.com]


Bette Midler - Beast of Burden (with Mick Jagger) official video
[www.youtube.com]

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