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5 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Love the pic of Keith with the black eye (said to be from a Chuck Berry punch)
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
You could add Malaysia if you wanted to get technical Singapore was part of Malaysia when they first played there
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
There's a nice pic of the boys with the big O on one of the early tours
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Fairfax media have an archive of Stones pics which can be found here some cool photo's of the 60's tours. Not much for the 73 tour unfortunately however
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
"As far as I know Keith has never been paid to play any guitar" Mathjis I've got an old-70's I think-Gibson advertisement somewhere that features Keith (playing a black Gibson if I recall correctly) I imagine he would have been paid for that?
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Charlie's song choice on his desert island disk show is pretty interesting. Two of them aren't even songs-a cricket broadcast from 1956 and a Tony Hancock/Sid James comedy skit. Jazz, classical but no R&B Blues, early rock and roll etc
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Tom Waits was great. Liked the bit about him feeling intimidated when Keith turned up with a truck full of guitars and a "guitar valet"
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
I liked the bit where he talks about some rock music sounding like a marching tune, saying it's no good without the roll man. He gives a brief demonstration of such a song, sounded vaguely like we will rock you
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Capaldi seems to be doing a Keith impersonation at one spot in the promo for Dr Who currently being flogged on ABC in Australia
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
70% Was Brian a "member" of Blues Incorporated? as opposed to playing with them from time to time?
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
If we're going to get technical here, a sousaphone is a type of tuba and tuba is the Latin word for trumpet. So I was kind of right
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Tuba yes-that's what I meant!
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
No doubt this has been posted previously but still good for a laugh. Possibly only available footage of Keith playing (or pretending to play) a trumpet video:
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Who might be next? Sir Eric?
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Interesting listening Jeremy thanks for posting Keep up the good work
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
I'd be very interested
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6 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
ACDC (pre Bon Scott) Festival Hall Melbourne winter 1974 (support act to Lou Reed) Friend shouted me the tickets for my 18th birthday Also saw Skyhooks several times that year before they hit it big with Living in the 70's Makes ya feel all nostalgic doesn't it
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Speaking of Brown Sugar this article is worth checking out "Brown Sugar is a dirty song about slavery and sex and I love it"
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
The Sweet-peppermint twist and ballroom blitz
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDoxa the best one ever is BRUSSELS "Rambler" Agree Doxa but still say it is played too fast. Would have been perfection if the pace was cranked down a bit
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
my 6 favorites 1-YCAGWYW Brussels Affair 9/10. would have got 10 but the sax solo goes onto a bit too long 2-Little Queenie Ya Ya's 9/10. would have got 10 but I guess its not really "live" with the overdubs 3-Midnight Rambler Brussels Affair. 9/10. would have got 10 but they play it a bit too fast 4-Love in Vain-Ladies & Gentleman. 9/10. Taylor's zenith 5
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Professor John Covach from University of Rochester is offering a free on line six week course on "The Music of the Rolling Stones" 1962-1974 Starts Jan 2015 You even get a certificate if you pass Access via Cousera ( which has many excellent free university courses available )
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Doxa's close I think. I've seen every Stones gig in Melbourne since 73-apart from the night time gig in 73- as well as Jagger's solo tour. The 73 concert was easily the best but as they say the past is a foreign country. Last weeks concert was I think the best of the modern era stones that I have seen and for the reasons set out by Doxa. Last time they were in Melbourne (I'm n
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Yes older than Mick and easily the most appalling man in Australia
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Gabi Greko reference is a joke most of the audience would get because a well known local identity ( an idiot by the name of Geoffrey Eledsten who is older than Jagger) proposed to her publicly at the Melbourne Cup yesterday
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7 ***years ***ago
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In 2012 Rolling Stone placed MT 30 something in its 100 greatest guitarists list. The commentary referred to his "brilliant" imitation of a harmonica in All Down the Line. Can't quite hear that myself-anybody else?
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Ian Stuart!
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
I came across this in my travels which repeats the generally accepted view that James Brown wiped the floor with the Stones with his performance at the 1964 TAMI concert. The author describes the Stones performance as "bland and compromising" I beg to differ. Brown certainly gives it his all and was no doubt a very hard act to follow. However the Stones in my view rise to the
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
Interesting read Rockman. I read somewhere once that Rolf Harris was on that tour as well?? Weird combo if true
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7 ***years ***ago
ozziestone
thanks Rockman -the dangerous minds website is pretty scathing about Mick's performance. There's lots of interesting non stones material there-I liked the Screaming Lord Sutch doco
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