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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
QuoteStonesTod QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWeLoveToPlayTheBlues Please explain how Tumbling Dice is 'country', treacle. Mick's vocal melody lines are country-inspired. which country? Mick often sings in the pentatonic major (the country scale), or at least mixes notes from that with the pentatonic minor scale (which is basically the blues scale)...mix them together and you h
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
Quoteghostryder13 the days of the stones doing world tours are over i think. that's rough on a young musician in good health much less than ones pushing 70yrs old.don't get me wrong i'd love to be wrong on this. YEAH BUT WeRRRe TALKIN' kEEf AND wOODY HERE, anD Jagger can swinG it NO PROB P>S. i no Keef is hurtin' an all but he'z KEEF, dammit... coke or no co
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
QuoteStonesTod why no violence? i think they add a nice touch to songs like winter, moonlight mile, etc... STREET F'N MAN right you R StoneSTOd AZZ allwayZZZ No hornz??? THats like no alcohol in jello shots. Sounds like an AC#DC fan 2 me!
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
I'm a t-shirt artist and have done shirts for BB King & Buddy Guy,...been doing t-shirt art professionally for over 30 years ...its pretty surreal to go to a show, and see abunch of people weAring ur art .... I once saw Tinsley Ellis trhrown off the stage during an Allman Bros show...wearing a BB King shirt I designedd!' The ultimat e 4 me would be doing a STONES shitr ,
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
F#7 sus 5
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
luvz me aLL sorts of ROck n Roll but eh STONES are the all tinme KINGZZZ know doubt aout THAT (i raise my glass in thheir honor)
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
deleted double post22 zzorry
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
wuz 69 their peak? or '72? c'mon - i still luv every friggin' note thye play but i'd liKE 2 no ur oPINIon eithe way they're the KIngs sho' knuff (n yes I do)
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
THANKL U rOCKMAN I will take tha t2 the GRAVE and it si DAmn KOLD 2knigght, fo friggin' SSSUUUReeeeee
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
I saw SABBATH with Ozzy in late Nov 78... The Ramones and Van Halen opened up for them... Ozzy's last show with the original Sabbvath was just a few weekszzz late...'R freakin show changed my LIFE shryr r4 NNRRNN ok i'm out of JD now, time to open up the BAcardi.... sure hope i can score sum reefer tomorrow...this no smokin thing iz a'rattlin 'me
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
just watched ROY BUCHANON live AUSTIN CIY+Ty limits 1976 and RORY GALLAGHER live in CORK
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
My fingerzzz are callous and f'n KNUMB from playin GUITAR 24/f'n 7.... and my BRAIN is knuMB from just being AN AMEricKNNNN.. IGGY 4 PREZ and I hjope Keef an Mick work it out &&& GIV uss some'tin 2 CelllllLBRATE 50 f'n yeeerz.... that is INCREdible ladszz, an it should be SELLEBREATED I'm PROWWWWD of the BOYZ 2 say the least... ..
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
OUT OF MY f'n HEAD... yah know whut I'm sayin ROCKMAN... the JD iZZZZZ doin' a numb#r on me morEso than UNCKLE FRED the REEFER mMAN eveR duzzzz.... (an I respect yur unkwestionable lub 4 the rock 'n F{NNN ROLLLLLLLLL GOD bless U ROck/MAN u are the EXTRA REAL DEAL
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
GOD BLESS TONY I> one of the first ablum zI evers bought wuz MASTer OF @#$%& REALITY, back in '70 f'n 4 Thias week I hweard JUINIORZ EYEZ on PAN f'n DORA...1st time i heard thaT sonG in at least 25 F'n YEarZZZ....and u know what ...it still f'n ROXXX ...wah wah craziness, killer BASS linez &nd all - -- an Bill Ward killed it as well, hell YEAYH i even dt
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
yes I meannt every weerrd... ROCKMAN is bombdiggety kewl... hellz to the f'n yeah
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
feMy oldf 80s band was known more for our grafitti than our muzak...' ... at least in SOME neightborhioodas... Say ROCKMAN got any REEfer yu kuld send my way...glad to c ur post alwys TOP F'n KNOTHCH keep the volume DIMED mofo and GOD BLESS you ROckman for veing the one DAMENED voice of reason around heaaaaaaar
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
QuoteSweetThing (tuI sincerely wonder what it is then - about Mick & Keith, or one or the other, if not Chuck. I rather enjoyed everyone that contributed to the Stones over the years - Ian Stewart, Nicky Hopkins, Billy Preston, McLagan and others... I suppose this is just the way they prefer the band to sound now. More power to them I suppose, that's as it should be of course. They j
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
And Magic F'n Sam !!!!!!!!
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
QuoteLaughingsam Quote24FPS Although I loved Led Zeppelin a lot of recordings have come forth in the past few years to show how much sound they stole from other people. Totally agree. I LOVE Led Zeppelin, but they are among the least original of all the British supergroups. Their strength lies in the power of their delivery, not innovation. Yah, totally agree. Luv me some Zep, but a lot o th
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
QuoteStonesTod jamie oldaker - who held the job as clapton's drummer in the mid-to-late 70's had a great tension/release style that always pleased me and found drumming on my knees in a drumalong. long forgotten now, but he definitely had a unique feel and style.... I listened to 461 Ocean Boulevard about 10 times last week, and yeah, Oldaker's drumming is great! The whole ban
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
QuoteShawn20 Nice to hear Jagger is active. He obviously wants to work and more importantly - he still has his chops. Keith may be done. When is the last time anyone saw Keith near a guitar? Bring the Jagger solo tour on - not as good as a Stones' tour - but that may no longer be an option. I agree that Keith's playing ain't anywhere near what it used to be, but he still pl
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
I think its the combination of Charlie and Keith that is the core of the group's sound. Keith has said that in the early days before they had monitors on stage, he couldn't hear anything, so he'd get right next to Charlie, and play to Charlie's kick drum, and that helped forge the unified sound that they have now. And in the Dallas '72 rehearsals its often just Keith
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
Hounddog Taylor shot his bass player.
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
49 going on 50, but my body is feeling closer to 60 at the moment.
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
I listed 5 a while back when this thread began, but I'd like to add a name: Winston Grennan - for his drumming on classic tracks by Toots and The Maytals, Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff and Desmond Dekker & many other ska & reggae greats.
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Keefan

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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
I missed this thread until now. Oh well, I have been feeling pretty crappy lately (unable to shake the flu, plus battling a sinus infection). Hope you guys had a great time.
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
Page has said in an interview that since he didn't read music, most of his session work was playing rhythm, except for the occassional song on which he got to improvise a lead - but those were few when compared to the rhythym parts. Page said that sometimes when he would work with another session guitarist who could read music (I can't remember who exactly, but maybe Vic Flick), that
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
studio FTW!!! Brian's marimbas playing on it was truly one his finest moments.How can a Stones fan not like that track? Baffling. The '69 version is good, it is arranged so differently from the studio that its almost like a different song altogether.
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11 ***years ***ago
Keefan
I agree that ASMB and SOL were horrible choices...sometimes I wonder, "what the hell is Mick thinking?" She Saw Me Coming is a great song, and so is Harlem Shuffle (although Bob & Earl's original is even better).
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