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Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: guyrachel ()
Date: August 13, 2021 15:35

Obviously rehearsals will begin at some point… And just wondering what everybody’s perspective is on Steve Jordan and how his way of playing will effect the dynamic of the band… at and it sounds Does anybody have interesting opinions, really genuinely not interested in people slagging him off… He is clearly a great drummer…, Just a question of how he will interweave with the rest of the band… will he propel it forward, slow it down, mix it up etc
Will stones let him express his dynamic and energy within the band or will they expect him to replicate Charlie…?

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: MadMax ()
Date: August 13, 2021 16:07

Start Me Up and All Down The Line will be interesting, ADTL might not get an outing but SMU is a warhorse so that will surely be performed. As for the rest of the canon, hmmmm, it's not like we expect 'e to do Summer Romance even if that would've been great!!!!



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Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Koen ()
Date: August 13, 2021 16:25

Curious how Midnight Rambler will sound.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Papo ()
Date: August 13, 2021 16:28

I have absolutely no clue;-)
I guess it will sound very different. Charlie Watts is impossible to "imitate" or copy, as he has a unique, distinctive sound, imho.

That being said, I am very much interested in how it will sound.

U2 once had to do a week of rehearsals (the last week of rehearsals) before tour start with a substitute drummer, while Larry Mullen attended his fathers funeral.

They hired a local (?) drummer from Vancouver and he did great, nevertheless I could always tell it wasn't Larry - those nuances...

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: August 13, 2021 16:30

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guyrachel

Will stones let him express his dynamic and energy within the band or will they expect him to replicate Charlie…?

Did the Stones expect Karl Denson to replicate Bobby Keys? Considering the current Sax-solos of BS & MY, obviously not ....

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Date: August 13, 2021 16:38

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Irix
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guyrachel

Will stones let him express his dynamic and energy within the band or will they expect him to replicate Charlie…?

Did the Stones expect Karl Denson to replicate Bobby Keys? Considering the current Sax-solos of BS & MY, obviously not ....

And Bobby himself didn't replicate Mel Collins's sax solo on Miss You winking smiley

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Roll73 ()
Date: August 13, 2021 16:39

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Koen
Curious how Midnight Rambler will sound.

I was thinking that. I suspect it will sound magnificent - turbo-charged even. Steve Jordan can definitely play a mean shuffle.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Date: August 13, 2021 16:47

Will Too Rude make the setlist?

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Papo ()
Date: August 13, 2021 17:07

Wonder if they'll do "Waiting on a friend"...would be nice to hear Mr Denson's take on this.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: dmay ()
Date: August 13, 2021 17:08

Wouldn't listening to Talk Is Cheap, Main Offender and Expensive Winos live shows give an idea of how Jordan plays and will sound? I imagine there will be a new dynamic that evolves regarding some of the Stones songs as he and Darryl Jones interact. This possibly could give new life to some of the songs that have been played for years.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: clapton71 ()
Date: August 13, 2021 17:11

You mean every song?

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: August 13, 2021 17:22

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guyrachel
Obviously rehearsals will begin at some point…

Foxy Mick will probaly set an "online" rehearsal session with Jordan mid-september (when the band is well-oiled after weeks of playing again).
That'll introduce the new guy to the "world" and it'll prove the nay-sayers (aka the IORR grumblers) winking smiley Jordan can do it.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: MingSubu ()
Date: August 13, 2021 17:25

I'm hoping for a little spunk, or snap, in the rhythm. A little bit more uptempo than normal.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: slewan ()
Date: August 13, 2021 17:36

I really wonder if the play any song with Jordan they haven't done with Charlie during the NoFilter tour (I somehow doubt it)

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: erikjjf ()
Date: August 13, 2021 18:14

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Papo
Wonder if they'll do "Waiting on a friend"...would be nice to hear Mr Denson's take on this.

Tim plays the sax solo in Waiting On A Friend.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: KRiffhard ()
Date: August 13, 2021 18:37

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MingSubu
I'm hoping for a little spunk, or snap, in the rhythm. A little bit more uptempo than normal.

thumbs up

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Rokyfan ()
Date: August 13, 2021 18:58

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Irix
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guyrachel

Will stones let him express his dynamic and energy within the band or will they expect him to replicate Charlie…?

Did the Stones expect Karl Denson to replicate Bobby Keys? Considering the current Sax-solos of BS & MY, obviously not ....

And Bobby himself didn't replicate Mel Collins's sax solo on Miss You winking smiley

Replacing the drummer, the engine. Replacing the sax soloist on half a dozen songs. There's really no analogy here whatsoever, is there?

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Pokalheld ()
Date: August 13, 2021 19:34

Mick Taylor did not copy Brian Jones. Ron Wood did neither copy Brian Jones nor Mick Taylor. Chuck Leavell does not copy Ian Stewart or Nicky Hopkins or Billy Preston. Darryl Jones does not copy Bill Wyman. Karl Denson does not copy Bobby Keys.

I don't expect Steve Jordan to copy Charlie Watts. Because they are all professional musicians with their own destinctive style. Copying is for cover bands. If you look for a copy, go see a cover band or play your original record.

I mean, not even Jagger, Richards, Wood or Watts do exactly covers of the things they played 20, 30 or 45 years ago. It is always the current version of a song. That is why live concerts are so unique.


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Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: August 13, 2021 20:10

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Rokyfan

Replacing the drummer, the engine. Replacing the sax soloist on half a dozen songs. There's really no analogy here whatsoever, is there?

The original question was to replicate Charlie's style - or to play within its own style. Therefore the analogy in the reply.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: GivenToFly15 ()
Date: August 13, 2021 20:11

Since we're talking about Steve Jordan and stuff, I just discovered this clip (yes, I know!). Love everything in it.

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Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: rollmops ()
Date: August 13, 2021 20:28

With the Winos, Steve's drums are upfront, some may say loud. With the Stones my guess is that is not going to be the case. Probably a more conventional mix&balance which will make a difference with the Winos sound.
Rockandroll,
Mops

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: guyrachel ()
Date: August 13, 2021 20:40

What I feel has happened within the mechanics of the band, based on the theory that the pace of the band’s songs has been dictated by the interplay between Keith an Charlie.
I have felt that during the last 2 years of No Filter, Keith’s laying has improved as he has concentrated more on this playing and less on posing, consequently numbers like SFM, have been excitingly reborn in the interplay of Keith and Ronnie’s interplay, but numbers that are meant to be fast like ADTL or SSC sound sluggish, I’m hoping this might be excitingly remedied by the addition of Jordan….thoughts?

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: KRiffhard ()
Date: August 13, 2021 20:50

He was great with James Brown!!!

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Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Dougratajczak87 ()
Date: August 13, 2021 21:02

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guyrachel
What I feel has happened within the mechanics of the band, based on the theory that the pace of the band’s songs has been dictated by the interplay between Keith an Charlie.
I have felt that during the last 2 years of No Filter, Keith’s laying has improved as he has concentrated more on this playing and less on posing, consequently numbers like SFM, have been excitingly reborn in the interplay of Keith and Ronnie’s interplay, but numbers that are meant to be fast like ADTL or SSC sound sluggish, I’m hoping this might be excitingly remedied by the addition of Jordan….thoughts?

This is exactly what I'm at least hoping for.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: dmay ()
Date: August 13, 2021 22:58

Hey, GivenToFly, thanks for the post. Best Stones blues cover I've seen in ages. Oh, right, that's Etta James showing how it's done with the boys in the band and Mister Berry going ape over it.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: 2120Joe ()
Date: August 13, 2021 23:05

I would say very loud drums in the mix. I have a hard time listening to recordings of Winos live with the piercing loud drums. I am sure I will love the Stones with Jordan. I just hope he is not so loud.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: IsakSun ()
Date: August 13, 2021 23:15

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Papo
Wonder if they'll do "Waiting on a friend"...would be nice to hear Mr Denson's take on this.

Tim plays the sax solo in Waiting On A Friend.

Yes, Tim Ries is a much more intresting sax player than Karl Denson, Tim should play all the sax solos.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Rokyfan ()
Date: August 13, 2021 23:22

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Rokyfan

Replacing the drummer, the engine. Replacing the sax soloist on half a dozen songs. There's really no analogy here whatsoever, is there?

The original question was to replicate Charlie's style - or to play within its own style. Therefore the analogy in the reply.
No not at all. Sax solos are be definition collateral, expected to be different every night, improvisatory, etc. Not true with the drummer of an iconic band whose distinctive sound is an integral part of the band's sound.

Discussing replacement of the sax soloists really adds nothing to the discussion of how the replacement of Charlie Watts will affect the Stones' sound. That's all.

Replicate? The suggestion is insulting.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: rereuk ()
Date: August 13, 2021 23:45

exactly, the guy is a disgrace! just awful.

Re: Steve Jordan: how his sound will affect the dynamic of the band?
Posted by: Irix ()
Date: August 13, 2021 23:55

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Rokyfan

Discussing replacement of the sax soloists really adds nothing to the discussion of how the replacement of Charlie Watts will affect the Stones' sound.

How Charlie's replacement will affect the Stones' sound - we will hear it end of September .... winking smiley

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