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4 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Before they messed around with it in 2010 (feels like the other day, but shit we're in 2016 now), do we have the original PMS? I'm most interested to hear Mick's vocals from 71, and what he would have done on this track.
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4 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Thank you kindly! Thats a mighty fine song I found this too, more the kind of thing I was after: video:
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4 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Hello friends! I haven't been on in a while. Today I have a question. 100 Years Ago is one of my favourite Stones songs, but is one that I've always thought never lived up to its potential. The first half is good, SO GOOD, but once it comes to the sped-up jam to the end I think it loses its whimsical freshness and becomes what is actually pretty alright for an outro, but for another
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5 ***years ***ago
yorkey
How many copies of Sticky Fingers were printed wiht the physical zipper? I picked up a copy the other day in a small antique store in Cape Town the other day, for R150 (~10 pounds), and judging by appearances it seems to come straight from 1971.
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6 ***years ***ago
yorkey
If anyone has the inclination, I think they should read this: Who Was Greater: Hendrix or Beethoven? It's a great read, and I think even though the article references Hendrix, the same could apply to the Stones. Although quite obviously lesser musicians, the enjoyment that an audience can have from them is definitely not lesser. Ol' Ludwig Van also played riffs, like the 5th's m
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8 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Quotesuperrevvy Is it me, or does this guy have an incredibly long index finger?
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Quotecrumbling_mice Me too Tele, my God how I have fiddled over the years and yet - nothing of earth shattering importance ever comes out...usually I end up playing something that is so close to something already recorded and usually by the Stones!!! Frustrating. I do the exact same thing! I once 'thought up' a riff that sounded wonderful to me, and only a couple of hours later did I
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Thank you very much! I've got a better feel for the thing now. The more I read about it the more it sort of 'clicks' in my mind. Do you think Keith played this knowing he was using the Mixolydian scale? It seems more to me as if he was playing around with the D, G and A shapes with capo on the 3rd fret, and struck upon this beautiful passage.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
I've been trying to get my head around the concept of modes, and now while I understand the theoretical side to it and how they are constructed, I'm still a bit confused as to where and how the scales are used. So I stumbled across a page on Wikipedia, where it says Let It Loose uses this scale. Can anyone help me out and tell me in what way, and where in the song? Thanks. I guess
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Say what...?!
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
I've never heard Bo Diddley's Mona. I actually thought Mick and Keith wrote the song, just using Bo Diddley's Bo Diddley rythms, ye know.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
What guitar pedal is that in Mona? I'm assuming it's Brian Jones playing. A similar effect is in Please Go Home.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
The Start Me Up music video.
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteVT22 Quoteyorkey QuoteDandelionPowderman Many tend to forget the nice minor chords you get with open G-tuning... How do you do play a minor chord with open G? Check out Joni Mitchell if you want to dig a little deeper on this very subject. Thanks for the song! Now how do I do play a minor chord with open G? See I know to play a major chord, eg A major, it's simply putting yo
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Many tend to forget the nice minor chords you get with open G-tuning... How do you do play a minor chord with open G?
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Quotestraycatblues73 QuoteKeithNacho Quotetalkcheap Brown Suger live in 73 lots of slide on it That's why i do not like this version Slide is fantastic, but not here, where taylor's overpaying was so prominent Taylor was never overpaid! He got paid in noodles.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
QuoteHis Majesty QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteHis Majesty QuoteGRNRBITW QuoteHis Majesty QuoteGRNRBITW grown up wrong No slide on that one either. on my copy there is. It isn't the stones recording then. What is Brian playing on the opening riff, then - a tremolo out of control? It's probably Keith playing the motif with Brian supplying chuck berry rhythm beneath. Yeah it&
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Thank you! I think that's what's missing from a large chunk of today's music. It's these slightly off-beat instruments that deviate from the norm of guitar/bass/drums.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
In the studio recordings of both Jumpin' Jack Flash and Street Fighting Man, there's a strange sounding instrument in the outros. It's round about 2:50 in JJF, and 2:30 in SFM. Is it an organ of some sort? And just another question while I'm at it, that solo from Keith in Sympathy for the Devil, to get that high pitched sound you'd use an octave pedal, right?
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7 ***years ***ago
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I just want to make a quick collection of all the Stones songs that feature slide guitar, preferably between '62 and '72. I'm probably missing a whole lot of 'em, but here's my list so far: I Can't Be Satisfied No Expectations Parachute Woman Jigsaw Puzzle Let It Bleed Monkey Man You Gotta Move Happy Ventilator Blues What am I missing?
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Graham Chapman has a real Brian Jones look in the "Summarize Proust" competition from Monty Python:
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Holy crap! Thanks so much for that. Check this out:
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
I'm looking for the isolated guitar of Rocks Off. I read somewhere on the board that Mathijs had it, but his email is hidden. I just want to hear those fine little nuances he does. The isolated track of Gimme Shelter was amazing to listen to.
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteCome On I'm so pissed at myself for not going to watch that. It was playing for weeks here and was apparently brilliant.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
I always found Neil Young's vibrato on After the Gold Rush a bit forced, whereas Mick pretty much always sounded natural.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Shit man, hope you get it sorted. I can just imagine what you're going through.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Long Hot Summer Night by Jimi starts in C and modulates up a whole step.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
I've missed everything. Born in '94 in South Africa means I haven't seen @#$%& all.
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7 ***years ***ago
yorkey
Underappreciated, sure. I for one think he was an excellent waiter.
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