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Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: ChelseaDrugstore ()
Date: May 14, 2007 13:56

Some of the times I get goosebumps from Stones:
-The mumbo jumbo that Jagger says off mike during Live Midnight Rambler on Yaya's
-The two guitars on Stray Cat on YaYa's; Keith's guitar beind the solo
-Jagger in Moonlight Mile
-The piano break towards the end of "Soul Survivor"
-Keith on BU vocals during "Left shoe shuffle right shoe muffle.."
-At the very end of YCAGWYW when the drums start bashing the crash cymbal right as the choir has gotten as high as they can go
-Similar end of "Salt of the Earth"
-Beginning of "Talkin bout You"
-The activities of the Bee in "King Bee" when it buzzes a while and then stings

"...no longer shall you trudge 'cross my peaceful mind."

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: May 14, 2007 13:58

The song Gimmie Shelter....start ta finish



ROCKMAN

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: ablett ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:04

love in vain - ya yas

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:04

The Rolling Stones did't give me that much goose bumps except for the intro of Gimmi Shelter

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Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: novica ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:27

When you're drunk in the alley, baby, with your clothes all torn
And your late night friends leave you in the cold gray dawn.
Just seemed too many flies on you, I just can't brush them off.
Angels beating all their wings in time,
With smiles on their faces and a gleam right in their eyes.
Whoa, thought I heard one sigh for you,
Come on up, come on up, now, come on up now.

everytime !!!

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Tralala ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:31

Goose bumps? Not even close. We're talking ostrich bumps. HUGE. All the time. Especially during a fantastic version of Wild Horses og Gimme Shelter. And would I love to hear those two this entire summer at every damn** show? I confess. Warhorses or not. Those two will always have a special place in my heart. And first priority in my ears.

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: wesley ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:36

10 first seconds with the show openers

1990 smu with continental drift (still when listening Flashpoint)
1995 not fade away
1998 satisfaction
2003 bs
2007 ..yet to come.. 1st August...

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: JumpingKentFlash ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:39

Rough Justice - The opening. And when Charlie bangs to start the song right after the intro.
Rocks Off - When Jagger sings "I only get my rocks off while I'm sleeping" and then right after when he seriously SCREAMS his ass off on the same line (Near the end of the song).
Taylor's solo on Love In Vain on Ya Ya's.
The Brian Jones sitar on PIB.
Darryl Jones' bass on IYCRM from Four Flicks.
Bill Wyman on Let It Rock from Rarities.
Ronnie's CYHMK solo on Live Licks.
Keith doin' Thru & Thru.

JumpingKentFlash

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:47

And ofcourse the magical feeling that I get when listening to Stray Cat Blues (can't call it goosebumps) it's more then that ............

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Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: gia43 ()
Date: May 14, 2007 14:50

Almost everything on You got the silver! Slide, autoharp,piano,Keith's vocals!!

Who the f*ck is Mick Jagger?

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Debra ()
Date: May 14, 2007 15:00

I always get goosebumps when Jagger starts to really let loose during " Let It Loose" ... " I ain't in love, I ain't in luck.." Wild Horses, LIVE! Watching MT play " Love In Vain " frm Ladies and Gentlmen, The Rolling Stones". The piano intro to " She's A Rainbow", and EVERY TIME it's second away from SHOWTIME! The lights are all off in the arena, the only lights are from the amps, the stage door opens and you can make out the silhouette of....is it KEITH??? You hear him diddling, tuning, and then ....THE LIGHTS GO ON and the ride begins! Oh, I almost forgot, seeing Mick and Keith sing together so close on that small stage at Radio City, " Worried About You" and " As Tears GO BY"!! Goosebumps all over!!!

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Beelyboy ()
Date: May 14, 2007 15:19

well they're an exciting outfit with many a toe tapper, haawww...
but 'no expectations' come to mind for me personally, as it's delicate, fragile, melodic and deeply blues rooted...
and wonderful lyrics...moves meh...
that end crescendo in 'i got the blues'...will pretty much get to my nervous system in a hurry also.

'our love is like our music, it's here
and thennn
it's gonnneeee....'

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: steffiestones ()
Date: May 14, 2007 15:33

the intro of honky tonk woman

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: liddas ()
Date: May 14, 2007 15:59

Some recent stuff

Slipping Awaaaaaay - Stripped and any live version thereafter
Ron's solo on YCAGWYW in Milano 2006
You don't have to mean it - the break
Out of control - the kick of the drum on "I was angry"
All down the line - the intro - Zurich 2006
Ron's solo on CYHMK - MSG 2003 - I was there - it tore me apart
Rambler - when I see Keith grab the JR ...
Ron's riffing on Cat dragged in
Charlie drimming on the finale of satisfaction
Wild horses 2006 -
...

C

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Ket ()
Date: May 14, 2007 16:15

The intro to JJF, and Gimmie Shelter live and studio. SFM on ya ya's

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: May 14, 2007 16:21

Forgot to mention 'Angie' got the bumps when it was released back in '73

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Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Koen ()
Date: May 14, 2007 16:24

The 'what a beautiful buzz' part in Loving Cup
Take the A-train and intro to UMT from Still Life

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: TooTough ()
Date: May 14, 2007 16:32

Here are a few:

1. Start Me Up (Still Life): a) Keith´s riffs at the beginning; b) Charlie joining him; c) the first riff after "You make a grown man cry" Arrrgggh!

2. Imagination (Still Life): a) Keith´s riff after "Running away with me" in the second refrain; b) Keith´s riff again after "Ev´ry night I hope and pray"

3. Saint Of Me (Babylon): a) Mick´s lyrics and voice; b) Ronnie´s guitar; c) Billy Prestons organ, especially at the end; d) Charlie´s drumsound

4. Street Fighting Man (Banquet): a) the second acoustic guitar joining at the beginning (sounds like a bell); b) the instrumental preludes before a new verse starts, especially the last one after "Get down!"

5. Gimme Shelter (Let It Bleed): a) the whole beginning incl. Charlie joining with his entire set; b) the lines "Mmh, the flood is threat´ning my very life today"; c) the words "Gimme, gimme shelter!"; d) Mick´s harmonica

6. Beast Of Burden (Some Girls): a) "You can put me out"; b) the chords after that; c) "...on the street"

7. You Got The Silver (Let It Bleed): a) Al Kooper´s organ during the instrumental part between second and third verse

8. Rocks Off (Exile): a) the piano joining the song shortly before "What´s the matter with the boy?" b) getting back to the hard beat: "The sunshine bores the daylight out of me!"

9. You Got Me Rocking (Voodoo Lounge): a) Keith´s killer riffs; b) Ronnie´s slide, especially during the last 30 seconds

10. Sister Morphine (Sticky Fingers): a) the piano after 2nd verse; b) slide and drums joining it

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: TooTough ()
Date: May 14, 2007 16:33

NICOS Wrote:
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> And ofcourse the magical feeling that I get when
> listening to Stray Cat Blues (can't call it
> goosebumps) it's more then that ............


Everything more than goosebumps belongs to an erection!

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: saturn57 ()
Date: May 14, 2007 16:36

Gimmie Shelter - beginning to end
Rocks Off opening
Beginiing of Tell Me
When the lights go off just before the start of of a concert just before Mick hits the stage.



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Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: May 14, 2007 17:04

TooTough Wrote:
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> NICOS Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > And ofcourse the magical feeling that I get
> when
> > listening to Stray Cat Blues (can't call it
> > goosebumps) it's more then that ............
>
>
> Everything more than goosebumps belongs to an
> erection!


Think you right TooTough, but I was willing to tell that later on the evening.

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Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: May 14, 2007 17:12

Good thread

The flickering, impending menace in the opening of "Gimme Shelter" is hard to top in my book

The intro to Jumpin Jack Flash

The recognition of whats coming when Jagger blows a few notes into the harmonica at the start of every live performance of Midnight Rambler

As Tears Go By on the last tour. What a treat to get that one.

The way Keith sings "we're oooooowwwwww-pen 24 hours baby" on the studio version of of 'Thru and Thru'

The way he sings the word 'soon' in the final chorus of 'Slipping Away' (I kid you not. Its perfection)

Mick's entire vocal on Let It Loose.The finest performamce of his career.

Midnight Rambler from Brussels '73. Especially that middle section where Mick is working the crowd into a frenzy and the guitars during the slow part of the song, where they sound like theyre going to decapitate the listener with a buzz-saw any second. Best live performance of any song by any band ever.

Taylor's soloing and those strings on "Winter"

The bridge on the studio version of "Miss You", with that 'walking central park' piece and Wyman's basslines. Bill's finest moment as a Stone.

Charlie's drumming on 'Slave', 'Get off of My Cloud' and 'Paint it Black'. The whip-crack of that snare during the solo on '"Where the Boys Go".

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Adrian-L ()
Date: May 14, 2007 17:21

Gazza Wrote:
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> As Tears Go By on the last tour. What a treat to
> get that one.

sadly, a treat the UK audiences/fans were not afforded smiling smiley

hopefully this is addressed at The o2 shows!

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: May 14, 2007 17:25

Yes..I was surprised at its omission at the Twickenham shows. Felt sure we'd hear it on one of them. I think the setlist choice for the 2nd night had a lot to do with Mick's throat problems, so maybe certain songs were left out.

I got it at MSG and, I think, Nice.

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Greg ()
Date: May 14, 2007 17:26

I can't believe no one mentioned the Tumbling Dice coda - arguably the finest moment of their official catalogue and the ultimate goose bump moment for me.

and:
- almost the whole of Ya-Ya's, every other vocal turn or guitar line. The album where their musicaianship is the most engaging, almost intimate. Innumerable great moments there.
- Keiths '81 UMT solo, even if it was the same solo 100 times it always gets me
- The Imagination jam, Hampton '81
- That long meandering solo by Mick Taylor on I'm Free, live '69 (the slower west coast versions)
- SFM and JJF (studio versions) per se. Esp. the way the songs are brought to a climax. "Get down", already mentioned, always does it to me.
- Keith back up vox in the '70's, Casino Boogie, almost the whole SG album.

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"Shit!... No shit, awright!"



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Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Roadster32 ()
Date: May 14, 2007 19:03

Everytime the opening video starts.

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: May 14, 2007 19:12

Roadster32 Wrote:
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> Everytime the opening video starts.


I think the No Security one was the ultimate in getting the crowd to fever-pitch level....

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: May 14, 2007 19:12

Greg Wrote:
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> I can't believe no one mentioned the Tumbling Dice
> coda - arguably the finest moment of their
> official catalogue and the ultimate goose bump
> moment for me.


yep

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: The Stones ()
Date: May 14, 2007 19:19

Brown Sugar gives me goosebumps every single time. The ultimate Stones tune.

Re: Stones & Goosebumps
Posted by: ChelseaDrugstore ()
Date: May 14, 2007 19:44

This has turned into a good thread. There have been so many mentioned like the "get Down" in SFM, all of "Let it Loose"; surely one of his best ever. The begginning of each live show.

I thought of others: the harmonies of Keith and Mick in "Memory Motel" in
"..and she began to play she sang a song to me". This is such a great example of Keith picking his lines when they fell right. Not going by count. The drumming in those verses is similar, sporadic.

The bridge in "Till the enxt goodbye" when Jagger goes "I can't go on like this can ya, can ya?"

The outro of "Torn and Frayed" "just as long as the guitar plays"

The last time that the break comes around in "All about you" when it breaks down all the way to just saxophones and a guitar and Keith gets up close and groans "they weren't about her".

When the harmonica just busts into the guitar solo during "Mannish Boy" on LYL

"...no longer shall you trudge 'cross my peaceful mind."

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