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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteMathijs QuoteGasLightStreet I couldn't discern anything in that bizarre link. Ronnie plays "the bottom" - it's an F, as well as some wonky riffs. Keith is all of the loudest riffage heard, and what seems to be some Ronnie leads here and there. 2 overall, with a third here and there. The leads are Keith. Mathijs How my seems have been cor
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7 ***days ***ago
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His guitar lesson in the 1980's BBC music course was hugely influential to me -instead of playing 'correct' and 'neat' my music teacher was teaching me, Wilko showed how to hit hard and play dirty, with that fantastic gnarly Tele sound he achieved. It still is part of how I play. RIP Wilko. Mathijs
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QuoteGasLightStreet I couldn't discern anything in that bizarre link. Ronnie plays "the bottom" - it's an F, as well as some wonky riffs. Keith is all of the loudest riffage heard, and what seems to be some Ronnie leads here and there. 2 overall, with a third here and there. The leads are Keith. Mathijs
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19 ***days ***ago
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Quotematxil QuoteCaptain Teague QuoteLeonidP 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
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman SMU acoustic version. That's the one! Although I remember the version I have only to be a minute long or so... Is that one or two acoustic guitars? Mathijs
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25 ***days ***ago
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Axl Rose. He blew Jagger away. Mathijs
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26 ***days ***ago
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According to my cat I am an exceedingly warm, tender and loving human being. Mathijs
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27 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman LOL! Btw, I have the track on my old laptop at home. Will check it out, as I haven't heard it in years. I have it on an old laptop seized by my daughter, need to pay her now to get it back.... Mathijs
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27 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues Uh oh! Do we have a band quarrel? Haha! Kidding. Loved watching you guys play on here. Pretty impressive stuff. Keep on rocking IORR Band! No band quarrel, I fully accept that I always have to let the singer win. Mathijs
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27 ***days ***ago
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QuoteStonedRambler QuoteBFR This thread is full of a lot of misguided assumptions and rehashed comments from people that have not listened to Taylor’s discography for themselves. She’s light years ahead of just country. Her songwriting is exemplary, she writes, performs and plays her own music and directs and produces her own videos. Her tours have been sold out over the globe for years. You don’
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28 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMathijs Quotesbetz DandelionPowderman listed this: - One acoustic version Does anyone have any more info on this version? I've never heard about it before... Thanks, Steve There is a recording of Keith from the early to mid 1980's explaining to somebody (a reporter?) on acoustic guitar how the original riff of SMU was played. It sounds l
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29 ***days ***ago
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Quoteautomaticchanger QuoteMathijs We know for sure Keith was playing a 12-string at the Marque, but there's no acoustic to be seen for Taylor. ? I stand corrected! Mathijs
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29 ***days ***ago
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Quotesbetz DandelionPowderman listed this: - One acoustic version Does anyone have any more info on this version? I've never heard about it before... Thanks, Steve There is a recording of Keith from the early to mid 1980's explaining to somebody (a reporter?) on acoustic guitar how the original riff of SMU was played. It sounds like a home recording. Mathijs
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29 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteJordyLicks96 QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteJordyLicks96 Does anyone know if the overdubbed guitar heard at (1:22) and again at (3:02) was from the original '78 recording sessions or was it overdubbed later on when worked on for TATTOO YOU in '80-81? The original was done in 1977. From all that's been published regarding the overdub sessions, it seems that no a
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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I thought they should have called it quits for the last 10 years...then Berlin 2022 turned out to be one of the best nights I ever had. Mathijs
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QuoteDoxa There had been great versions of "Rambler" ever since - they don't seem to go ever wrong with that one - but the early development of the song from 1969 to 1973 is an unique story of its own, a masterpiece, and I don't think they have much to add to it since then. When I listen to Brussels version, something I pretty often still do, I feel like 'well, is there
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteMathijs Quoteretired_dog QuoteRisingStone Quoteretired_dog Quotedcba Leftfield hypothesis... FR = France A.M. = the type of broadcast "Europe 1" aired the gig. In the 70's A.M. radio was the norm in France, F.M. was barely known. 1st show = well it's the 1st Paris night. The reel has no proper I.D. tag (like : yy-mm-dd) because upon listening
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteRisingStone Quoteretired_dog Quotedcba Leftfield hypothesis... FR = France A.M. = the type of broadcast "Europe 1" aired the gig. In the 70's A.M. radio was the norm in France, F.M. was barely known. 1st show = well it's the 1st Paris night. The reel has no proper I.D. tag (like : yy-mm-dd) because upon listening to it the archive person decid
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Nothing is better than the bootlegs of the first show with added tracks from Wembley 9th, like Europe '73 from Royal Sound and the Complete Brussels from Rattlesnake. Mathijs
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotedcba QuoteTravelinMan How do you think they approached Wild Horses live in '71? We know at the Marquee, Richards was going to play a 12-string. You think Taylor played acoustic as well? Thoughts, Mathijs? Not Mathijs but I think they would have played it mostly acoustic à la "1969 Prodigal on". Keith on acoustic guitar in front of a mike and MT o
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteProfessorWolf this seems relevant to the conversation at hand so i thought i'd repost it here What does the black writing say? Fr.XXX, 1st show, Pt. II? Mathijs
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteNeddieFlanders Quotedcba In his memoir, Glyn Johns says : "The Rolling Stones had commissioned a state-of-the-art mobile recording unit in a truck and had given the job to Stu to organize. He in turn came to me for advice and assistance. In late September, the truck was finally finished and ready to test. So we took it to Paris to record the Stones in concert. Unfortunately the tri
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Wow, what a strange track this is...It sounds very much like Black and Blue era, the second guitarist sounds like Harvey Mandel....Also sounds a bit like the Run Run Rudolph session from Keith. It could also be the perfect tribute band playing like the Stones would sometime in 1975 at 0500 AM. Mathijs
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteRisingStone QuoteMathijs It is my understanding that from the moment the Mobile truck was ready to record (most likely from about October 1970) they recorded all European shows from the 1970's. American shows were recorded with the Record Plant Mobile that was rented, so selected shows were recorded, resulting in about half of the 1972, 1975 and 1978 shows to be recorded professionally.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteKingbeebuzz I may well be wrong (it was a long time ago !!) but I dont think the Coventry shows in 1971 were recorded. I hope they were, but at both shows and queuing around the side of the theatre I don't remember seeing the Mobile there. Coventry Theatre also had very little space outside, only one side alley giving access to the stage door. Although you could get a lorry down t
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotedcba "All three Paris shows (the last two of which were a bit, but not much, calmer) were taped by a mobile recording unit brought over from England. For an album? “We are just recording,” says Marshall Chess, new Stones recording chief, “just recording.” In his memoir, Glyn Johns says : "The Rolling Stones had commissioned a state-of-the-art mobile recording unit in a truck an
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotedcba Really? I thought they followed the M.O. introduced in 69. Let the band warm up with each gig played, then pro-tape the end of the tour when the band's really hot (NY + Boston). They did that in 69 72 and 73 ("down-under"). Of course the tiny distances between each gig of the "Farewell" tour made possible the use of the Mobile lorry for each 71 gig.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotedcba Another thing : the band would never have allowed a premiere show to be taped. Jagger knew very well his band needed a few gigs to be in proper musical form. They have recorded the entire tour with the Mobile truck. Mathijs
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteTravelinMan But, let’s not forget. You and others were skeptical at one point about the rhythm guitar on Bitch saying it’s too crunchy to be Taylor, the rhythm is unique etc. BUT then the extended take came out and it was blatantly obvious it was Taylor because by the time they got to the end of the song that would be faded out he was throwing in extended runs and licks. This backs up t
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotestonesstein QuoteProfessorWolf QuoteDandelionPowderman Not the order, and not complete. ok that makes more sense Actually, Professor, none of this sh!t (about this (purported) reel to reel recording of the Newcastle 1971 Stones' show) makes sense to me! If it is genuine, it baffles me that no portions have surfaced in traders' markets. Just about the entire 1973 tour was
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