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Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: ds1984 ()
Date: October 7, 2020 21:18

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Green Lady
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ironbelly
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Green Lady
How come therollingstonesshop.co.uk wants £18 for the 2CD+DVD when Amazon UK is demanding £45?
Where did you get £45?
Here is the link to DVD/2CD
[www.amazon.co.uk]
It is £23.98

[www.amazon.co.uk]

If you look carrefully none of these two listed on Amazon.co.uk are actually directly sold by Amazon.co.uk :

- Dispatched from and sold by A1tradingGB -> [www.amazon.co.uk]

- Dispatched from and sold by Chalkys UK. -> [www.amazon.co.uk]

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: NilsHolgersson ()
Date: October 9, 2020 01:47

Just watched it, great show imho. My favourite part is the middle blues part, "Little Red Rooster" with Eric Clapton and "Boogie Chillen" with John Lee Hooker.. you can see that's why they started a band in the first place..

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: October 9, 2020 09:26

Ordered one on ebay, a stand alone Blu Ray from Eagle Rock Europe. Nowhere did I see it noted if it was limited to a particular region for a Blu Ray player. Hope it's universal.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: ironbelly ()
Date: October 9, 2020 11:42

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ds1984
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Green Lady
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ironbelly
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Green Lady
How come therollingstonesshop.co.uk wants £18 for the 2CD+DVD when Amazon UK is demanding £45?
Where did you get £45?
Here is the link to DVD/2CD
[www.amazon.co.uk]
It is £23.98

[www.amazon.co.uk]

If you look carrefully none of these two listed on Amazon.co.uk are actually directly sold by Amazon.co.uk :

- Dispatched from and sold by A1tradingGB -> [www.amazon.co.uk]

- Dispatched from and sold by Chalkys UK. -> [www.amazon.co.uk]
True. For some reason many formats are sold out or out of stock on amazon and official site.
Maybe they miscalculated demand or the pressing plants are not working on top capacity.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: jbwelda ()
Date: October 9, 2020 18:49

>Hope it's universal.

Unlike DVDs, I believe blu-rays are universal in their format. Someone will correct me if i am wrong, I am sure.

jb

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: glimmertwin1 ()
Date: October 9, 2020 19:56

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24FPS
Ordered one on ebay, a stand alone Blu Ray from Eagle Rock Europe. Nowhere did I see it noted if it was limited to a particular region for a Blu Ray player. Hope it's universal.

The Eagle Rock blurays are region free. I think the DVDs also. (Rolling Stones)

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: ds1984 ()
Date: October 9, 2020 21:40

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jbwelda
>Hope it's universal.

Unlike DVDs, I believe blu-rays are universal in their format. Someone will correct me if i am wrong, I am sure.

jb

Nope, there are also regional code restriction for BluRay : A B and C.




BUT this is not mandatory.

And Steel Wheels Live [Blu-ray] is certified all region playable.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: October 9, 2020 21:45

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ds1984

And Steel Wheels Live [Blu-ray] is certified all region playable.

Yes, see here: [iorr.org] .

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: October 12, 2020 02:13

Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Justin ()
Date: October 12, 2020 07:06

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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

Maybe so. But that year was the birth of major chapter in their history. If you attendedany show since 1989--then you simply owe a tip of the hat to all that happened during that period and what steps they took to recreate themselves to eventually bring you that show you saw. I've come to understand that year much better recently and appreciate how things changed--in the end, dare I say, maybe for the better.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Green Lady ()
Date: October 12, 2020 15:24

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flairville
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ironbelly
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Green Lady
How come therollingstonesshop.co.uk wants £18 for the 2CD+DVD when Amazon UK is demanding £45?
Where did you get £45?
Here is the link to DVD/2CD
[www.amazon.co.uk]
It is £23.98

It’s a lot cheaper at the official store as they don’t deliver until 2023.

My goodness, it's 2023 already. Doesn't time fly.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: October 12, 2020 21:07

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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

Maybe so. But that year was the birth of major chapter in their history. If you attendedany show since 1989--then you simply owe a tip of the hat to all that happened during that period and what steps they took to recreate themselves to eventually bring you that show you saw. I've come to understand that year much better recently and appreciate how things changed--in the end, dare I say, maybe for the better.

Maybe it became slicker, and more bombastic, but not necessarily better music wise. 1989-1990 was as slick as a Stones concert ever should be. The only 'improvement' was the B Stage used in the 90s and the Licks Tour. And of course the legendary arena concerts on the No Security shows in '99. The music was never better in the post Wyman Era. It was a chemistry thing that slowly faded, and was never regained. Keith IS the essential guitarist for the Stones. Charlie IS the essential drummer. And Bill IS/WAS/ALWAYS WILL BE the essential bassist for the Stones.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: deardoctor ()
Date: October 12, 2020 21:57

They corrected the beginnings of salt of the earth and can"t be seen...

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: flairville ()
Date: October 12, 2020 22:38

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Green Lady
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flairville
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ironbelly
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Green Lady
How come therollingstonesshop.co.uk wants £18 for the 2CD+DVD when Amazon UK is demanding £45?
Where did you get £45?
Here is the link to DVD/2CD
[www.amazon.co.uk]
It is £23.98

It’s a lot cheaper at the official store as they don’t deliver until 2023.

My goodness, it's 2023 already. Doesn't time fly.

Lucky you, I'm still waiting on them sending my Goats Head Soup order from August.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: October 12, 2020 23:57

Two official videos out on Youtube so far as I can see. Good quality, 1080 p:

- Rambler: [www.youtube.com]

- Mixed Emotions: [www.youtube.com]

Enjoy!

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Testify ()
Date: October 13, 2020 00:00

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24FPS
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Justin
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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

Maybe so. But that year was the birth of major chapter in their history. If you attendedany show since 1989--then you simply owe a tip of the hat to all that happened during that period and what steps they took to recreate themselves to eventually bring you that show you saw. I've come to understand that year much better recently and appreciate how things changed--in the end, dare I say, maybe for the better.

Maybe it became slicker, and more bombastic, but not necessarily better music wise. 1989-1990 was as slick as a Stones concert ever should be. The only 'improvement' was the B Stage used in the 90s and the Licks Tour. And of course the legendary arena concerts on the No Security shows in '99. The music was never better in the post Wyman Era. It was a chemistry thing that slowly faded, and was never regained. Keith IS the essential guitarist for the Stones. Charlie IS the essential drummer. And Bill IS/WAS/ALWAYS WILL BE the essential bassist for the Stones.
About Bill ... of course I understand what you are saying, but Bill is gone and Darryl just different, as it should be.
Of course I prefer the Stones with Bill, but Darryl also enjoyed it a lot. They are different things, but not negative for that.
After all Bill has often sold his bass to Keith or Mick T. and then a lot to Ronnie ... having played bass myself for years, when I heard Emotional Rescue, I thought how great Bill was, only to discover years later that those fantastic bass lines were by Ronnie, the same thing happened with Fingerprint File, where I discovered that the bass was played by Mick T., not even in Love You Live it was Bill who played, but Ronnie.
This is not to detract from Bill, who has historically done a great job, but nevertheless was never very present in the last 20 years in the band.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: October 13, 2020 00:18

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Testify
This is not to detract from Bill, who has historically done a great job, but nevertheless was never very present in the last 20 years in the band

I don't know if Bill should be blamed for that. He kept office hours, Keith and Ronnie did junkie hours.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: October 13, 2020 01:03

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Stoneage
Two official videos out on Youtube so far as I can see. Good quality, 1080 p:

- Rambler: [www.youtube.com]

- Mixed Emotions: [www.youtube.com]

Enjoy!

Right after Ronnie's solo someone really hits a bad chord!

His solo from the... Toronto? show that was on MTV Awards was a lot better, as well as the end of the song.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: bleedingman ()
Date: October 13, 2020 01:35

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Testify
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24FPS
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Justin
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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

Maybe so. But that year was the birth of major chapter in their history. If you attendedany show since 1989--then you simply owe a tip of the hat to all that happened during that period and what steps they took to recreate themselves to eventually bring you that show you saw. I've come to understand that year much better recently and appreciate how things changed--in the end, dare I say, maybe for the better.

Maybe it became slicker, and more bombastic, but not necessarily better music wise. 1989-1990 was as slick as a Stones concert ever should be. The only 'improvement' was the B Stage used in the 90s and the Licks Tour. And of course the legendary arena concerts on the No Security shows in '99. The music was never better in the post Wyman Era. It was a chemistry thing that slowly faded, and was never regained. Keith IS the essential guitarist for the Stones. Charlie IS the essential drummer. And Bill IS/WAS/ALWAYS WILL BE the essential bassist for the Stones.
About Bill ... of course I understand what you are saying, but Bill is gone and Darryl just different, as it should be.
Of course I prefer the Stones with Bill, but Darryl also enjoyed it a lot. They are different things, but not negative for that.
After all Bill has often sold his bass to Keith or Mick T. and then a lot to Ronnie ... having played bass myself for years, when I heard Emotional Rescue, I thought how great Bill was, only to discover years later that those fantastic bass lines were by Ronnie, the same thing happened with Fingerprint File, where I discovered that the bass was played by Mick T., not even in Love You Live it was Bill who played, but Ronnie.
This is not to detract from Bill, who has historically done a great job, but nevertheless was never very present in the last 20 years in the band.

Bill looks very sombre in One Plus One after he's relegated to percussion in a "major motion picture" about the band in the studio.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: October 13, 2020 06:59

This is not to detract from Bill, who has historically done a great job, but nevertheless was never very present in the last 20 years in the band. - Testify


Last twenty years in the band? Last recording with Bill was what, 1991? So, 1971-1991 Bill was never very present. Rocks Off, Angie, Miss You, Just My Imagination, She's So Cold, Start Me Up, Harlem Shuffle, 9 tours around the world. Yeah, he was barely there, no impact.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: October 13, 2020 15:01

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Stoneage
Two official videos out on Youtube so far as I can see. Good quality, 1080 p:

- Rambler: [www.youtube.com]

- Mixed Emotions: [www.youtube.com]

Enjoy!

One more: Ruby Tuesday: [www.youtube.com]

Good picture quality and a good sound. Clear, crisp guitars, Bill's distinctive bass and Jagger's voice is still intact. And the girls are hotter than hell. Those were the days...

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Date: October 13, 2020 15:12

Listening to Terrifying right now. A fantastic version thumbs up

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: dennycranium ()
Date: October 13, 2020 19:20

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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

And I prefer Darryl for Miss You. I guess it's hard when a band has been together so long with lineup changes.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: audun-eg ()
Date: October 14, 2020 00:10

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Stoneage
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Stoneage
Two official videos out on Youtube so far as I can see. Good quality, 1080 p:

- Rambler: [www.youtube.com]

- Mixed Emotions: [www.youtube.com]

Enjoy!

One more: Ruby Tuesday: [www.youtube.com]

Good picture quality and a good sound. Clear, crisp guitars, Bill's distinctive bass and Jagger's voice is still intact. And the girls are hotter than hell. Those were the days...

Bill’s distinctive bass, yes, but sadly mixed too low. The same as all the recorded shows from these two last tours of his. I wonder if it has got something to do with his live stage sound. The rumble is gone. Still Charlie’s drumsound is very good. The rest of the production as well... And yes! The girls are hot! Both vocally and visual!

[www.reverbnation.com]

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: October 14, 2020 05:31

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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

And I prefer Darryl for Miss You. I guess it's hard when a band has been together so long with lineup changes.

But there's nothing there but noodling. Bill's bass IS Miss You. It's not like Darryl improved on, made it funkier than it already was. Hell, just listen to Bill on Atlantic City.

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: jamesfdouglas ()
Date: October 21, 2020 01:17

This FINALLY came! I got the SD blu-ray/CD set. Man, what memories. I videotaped the re-broadcast in 1990 off of Muchmusic (yes I still have those 3D glasses) and watched it so... many... times! If you knew me in highschool and came to my house, you saw the 17-song edited special.

I still think they played Miss You way, WAY too fast in 89/90! Hahah

[thepowergoats.com]

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Glam Descendant ()
Date: October 21, 2020 02:06

What's the source for the interview on RARE REELS? And that's exclusive to Japanese edition?

Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: October 21, 2020 12:25

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Glam Descendant

What's the source for the interview on RARE REELS? And that's exclusive to Japanese edition?

"CD3 contains the interview material from the 1989 promo CD as a bonus material for the Japanese edition only." -- [www.Universal-Music.co.jp] . Maybe that's the interview-source: [www.Discogs.com] ?



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Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: MadMax ()
Date: October 21, 2020 12:30

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24FPS
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24FPS
Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era.

And I prefer Darryl for Miss You. I guess it's hard when a band has been together so long with lineup changes.

But there's nothing there but noodling. Bill's bass IS Miss You. It's not like Darryl improved on, made it funkier than it already was. Hell, just listen to Bill on Atlantic City.

It's like the first opening bars of Undercover, that rumbling, almost trainwrecked-gonna-fall-apart-any-minute-cushion he and Charlie provide... I sit in my chair watching and when it starts it's like ya wanna dance around with the guitar. Amazing stuff! I love Darryl too, but that particular swing... Mmmmmmmsmoking smiley



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Re: Steel Wheels Live - Atlantic City - out September 25
Posted by: Captain Teague ()
Date: October 21, 2020 13:27

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jamesfdouglas
This FINALLY came! I got the SD blu-ray/CD set. Man, what memories. I videotaped the re-broadcast in 1990 off of Muchmusic (yes I still have those 3D glasses) and watched it so... many... times! If you knew me in highschool and came to my house, you saw the 17-song edited special.

I still think they played Miss You way, WAY too fast in 89/90! Hahah

It's also ruined by Matt Clifford's synthesised harmonica sound

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