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Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: February 10, 2021 22:37

"On battery... Charlie Watts!" - Montreal'72.
Battery/batterie = drums in French.
(I think this is brilliant!) grinning smiley

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: MAF ()
Date: February 11, 2021 01:43

Did Mick introduce Ronny in Stockholm 2017: "the gitarrist of IKEA"? I'm not sure.

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: colonial ()
Date: November 11, 2022 04:45

This is Charlie, Charlie's a jazz drummer, he's only doing it for the money, he's really a jazz drummer - El Mocambo, 1977

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Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Date: November 11, 2022 07:12

"extremely focused ronnie wood"

.....keep on rolling.....

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Date: November 11, 2022 07:15

"from somewhere in the tristate area, lisa fischer" - roseland

.....keep on rolling.....

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: matxil ()
Date: November 11, 2022 11:24

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Captain Teague
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LeonidP
I used to like the Love You Live / El Mocambo "Ronnie Wood is gay" but I'm pretty sure I can't like that one anymore. I'm also guessing that will be removed from future releases, so I'll have to find another favorite.

FFS! You cannot re-write history and you cannot judge 1970's humour by 21st century values. I must be a dinosaur, as I still find it funny.

FFS! The only people whining about the Mocambo introductions are you "boohoo, I am not allowed to think it's funny" guys. The Mocambo introductions are indeed funny. Don't worry, they will still be funny next year and in a 100 years. Nobody will take your laughs away. Do some yoga and calm down.

And yes, the double entendre of "Keith of course is completely straight" is the cherry on the cake.

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: November 11, 2022 11:35

"on guitar - mein Haberer Keith Richards" - Vienna 2022

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: dead.flowers ()
Date: November 11, 2022 12:44

Hamburg 2007:

After having introduced "Rocking Ronnie Wood", Mick said in German

"Wo ist der pinke Pullover, Ronnie?" (Where's the pink pullover, Ronnie?)

Ronnie had worn a chic pink pullover at dinner the night before the gig.

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: Mathijs ()
Date: November 11, 2022 16:24

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matxil
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Captain Teague
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LeonidP
I used to like the Love You Live / El Mocambo "Ronnie Wood is gay" but I'm pretty sure I can't like that one anymore. I'm also guessing that will be removed from future releases, so I'll have to find another favorite.

FFS! You cannot re-write history and you cannot judge 1970's humour by 21st century values. I must be a dinosaur, as I still find it funny.

FFS! The only people whining about the Mocambo introductions are you "boohoo, I am not allowed to think it's funny" guys. The Mocambo introductions are indeed funny. Don't worry, they will still be funny next year and in a 100 years. Nobody will take your laughs away. Do some yoga and calm down.

And yes, the double entendre of "Keith of course is completely straight" is the cherry on the cake.


I still think the joke is a very clever one, with the double meaning of gay and straight. I think LeonidP misses that.

Mathijs

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: colonial ()
Date: November 26, 2022 10:08

"Thank you Sheryl, Sheryl Crow thank you very much, that was good I always like doing that with Sheryl, we done that before"
Honky Tonk Women, Madison Square Garden, 2003

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Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: November 27, 2022 13:37

In 1972 , “ Oh so young and fragile Mick Taylor”.

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: Bashlets ()
Date: November 27, 2022 15:37

Ronnie introduced Jagger I think on every show 94/95 right before Honky Tonk

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members - Your Favourites
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: November 27, 2022 19:23

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Mathijs
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matxil
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Captain Teague
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LeonidP
I used to like the Love You Live / El Mocambo "Ronnie Wood is gay" but I'm pretty sure I can't like that one anymore. I'm also guessing that will be removed from future releases, so I'll have to find another favorite.

FFS! You cannot re-write history and you cannot judge 1970's humour by 21st century values. I must be a dinosaur, as I still find it funny.

FFS! The only people whining about the Mocambo introductions are you "boohoo, I am not allowed to think it's funny" guys. The Mocambo introductions are indeed funny. Don't worry, they will still be funny next year and in a 100 years. Nobody will take your laughs away. Do some yoga and calm down.

And yes, the double entendre of "Keith of course is completely straight" is the cherry on the cake.


I still think the joke is a very clever one, with the double meaning of gay and straight. I think LeonidP misses that.

Mathijs

"And ole 'bums rush' Jagger here"...a beautiful double entendre retort by Ronnie. That whole banter sequence is classic.

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: November 28, 2022 00:18

whole banter sequence is classic.

YEAh treacle agree agree .... classic



ROCKMAN

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: colonial ()
Date: February 24, 2023 06:24

"Ronnie wedding bells Wood"...
Prudential Center, New York 2012

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Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: slewan ()
Date: February 24, 2023 15:56

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Bashlets
Ronnie introduced Jagger I think on every show 94/95 right before Honky Tonk

btw. when was Jagger last introduced for the last time? I guess it must have been the last 2017 show (Paris III): Keith said: "Let's not forget, Mick Jagger!"

Re: Micks Descriptive Intros Of Band Members And Guests
Posted by: RG ()
Date: February 24, 2023 15:57

‘On guitar and now on vocals.. Keith Rrrrrrrichards!

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