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stevecardi
Quoteexilestones The Atlanta show did indeed have fantastic versions of "Just My Imagination" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
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Probably gonna play it safe tonight: JJF, SMU, BS. Maybe HTW. Would be nice if they opened with SFM. That’s been one of my favorite choices for opener since I saw the first night of the Licks tour. (Well actually, since I first got Stripped.) LSTNT seems like a weird choice for opening. Too pop and obvious. But I doubt it’ll be anything off beat or unexpected. And if it is, my guess it
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Quoteloog droog Sticky Fingers (with an actual zipper) and the original die-cut cover of Some Girls with pics of Lucy, etc., before it was "under construction" are standouts from a conceptual standpoint. Exile on Main St. is also great and works well as a reflection of the the music inside. But I really like the covers with pictures of the Stones on them: Through The Past Darkly ca
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4 ***weeks ***ago
stevecardi
Does anyone know why, out of all the aspects of his past life, Keith has felt the need to clarify the rumors and set the record straight that he used to have routine blood changes and transfusions on a regular basis? This man has been on the receiving end of some of the worst half-truths, rumors, exaggerations, accusations, and outright slander/libel I can think of (devil worship, human sacrif
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4 ***weeks ***ago
stevecardi
All in no particular order, except first one in worst. Great High Tides and Green Grass Black and Blue Some Girls Sticky Fingers (Spanish and Soviet versions) Hot Rocks Beggars Banquet (both toilet and rsvp) Let It Bleed Love You Live Get Yer Ya Yas Out Let It Bleed Stripped Voodoo Lounge Exile December's Children Made in the Shade Beast of Burden (original lion cov
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Charlie also really liked “Honky Tonk Women.” “Ventilator Blues” as well.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteRambler62 He also liked GOING TO A GO GO! Greetings NICE! I didn’t know that. That’s one of my favorite Stones covers.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteDandelionPowderman He said that Wild Horses on Stripped was just as good as the original. Thank you DandelionPowderman. I’d forgotten: he also liked that version as well. Keith too. The latter said the Stripped version is a great example of his vision of a more mature Stones.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteGivenToFly15 He said in this interview that he was particularly proud of the drums on the Stripped version of "Not Fade Away". He adds: "but it's difficult to say, because I never listen to the Stones albums again". QuoteQuelle est la partie de batterie dont vous êtes le plus fier ? Peut-être celle de Not fade away, sur l'album live Stripped. Mais c'e
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
I learned something today!
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Three-way tie between Sympathy for the Devil, Get off Of My Cloud, and Honky Tonk Women. After that in no particular order: Slave Paint It Black Flip The Switch Lies Dance, Part I Neighbors Rick and a Hard Place Mixed Emotions Jigsaw Puzzle Under My Thumb Ain’t Too Proud To Beg Love Is Strong Dangerous Beauty Gunface Driving Too Fast Brand New Car Mean Disposition Too
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteNICOS I remember that he liked SFTD..............can't remember when this was Well, given how iconic that drum intro and samba beat has become, I’d be pretty proud of it if I was the drummer on that song, to say nothing of wanting to perform it every chance I got!
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteTaylor1 I love Bridges and Voodoo.I think they are very underrated albums. His drumming was always great no matter the strength of the song or the bands playing Steel Wheels is my favorite of the modern Stones albums, and one of my desert island choices. That said, there’s no getting around it: VL and B2B have some of Charlie Watts’ finest work. Not only as a Rolling Stone, but as a pro
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteTheBlockbuster "Stripped" was one of his favourite albums. That’s right! Charlie even went as far as to say he liked the re-recorded version of “Not Fade Away” on Stripped better than he liked the Stones’ original cover version on ENHM.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
I know right?! Actually, when B2B came out, Charlie gave an interview where he had a lot of positive words for the material. He liked “Gunface,” “Saint of Me,” “How Can I Stop?” and even “Anybody Seen My Baby?” I like “Gunface” too. That and “Low Down” are fantastic grove tracks in the classic Stones drums/guitar riff type of way.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Believe it or not, Charlie really liked “Gunface” from B2B.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Thanks for all the replies everyone. I def appreciate it. My main idea for a VL deluxe release was the quality of the demos and b-sides: I always feel they are worthy of an official release. I also think some of the demos like “Anything For You” are perfect examples of songs Mick and Keith could go back to and finish a-la a second Tattoo You. Likewise, the studio version of “You Got Me Rocking” j
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
When I first thought of this topic a few days ago, my argument for making VL the next deluxe release were the obvious ones: “Jump On Top Of Me,” “I’m Gonna Drive,” “The Storm,” “So Young,” “Middle of the Sea,” “Possesses Me,” “Anything For You,” “Make It Now,” “Zip Mouth Angel,” “You Got It Made,” “Ivy League,” “Honest Man,” “Monsoon Rangoon,” “My Love Is My Love,” the Bob Clearmountain mix of “O
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Can't pick just ten. Here are my personal favorites in no particular order: Sympathy for The Devil Paint It Black (studio and live versions) Honky Tonk Women Moon Is Up Suck on the Jugular Love Is Strong Rock and A Hard Place Neighbors Rip This Joint Flip The Switch Hang Fire Let's Spend The Night Together Get Off Of My Cloud When The Whip Comes Down Let Me Go (both stu
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
I never thought the day would come where I'd feel this way, but as I wrote in another post last night, I obviously don't want the Stones to end, but I can't handle the thought of seeing another drummer in Charlie's spot. Not at this point. It's just different than when Bill left in 1993 and they replaced him with Darryl: Charlie had another 28 years since then, and he
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Quotesnorton It wasn't supposed to be Charlie..in all my negative thoughts, it was never Charlie. Same here. For some reason, I always thought it was going to be Charlie who outlived the rest.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Quotebv I am in Cancun Mexico on my own, doing the 14 days needed to go on the US Tour 2021 in September, due to the US Covid-19 rules. As I get the news about Charlie passing today, I get so sad. The Rolling Stones are my other family. I spend 25% or more of my life on The Rolling Stones. I used to call myself Charlie when I became a Stones fan exactly 50 years ago this month, back in August 197
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Quote24FPS Quotestevecardi Whatever the cause may be, let's just take solace in the fact that, tonight, he's jamming with Stu and Brian. And Charlie Parker, and Miles, and Bix.... Right On!
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Whatever the cause may be, let's just take solace in the fact that, tonight, he's jamming with Stu and Brian.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Quoteshattered Quotetimbernardis Been crying today. I am going to go to shows IF they happen in the fall, but when I imagine looking up at the stage and not seeing Charlie, I just have an empty feeling, it just makes me sick, I cannot imagine it, and it makes me want to cry more. p Tim, listened to Sucking in the 70's and thought I would make it, then heard Fool to Cry, and so did I.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Quoteillyad1960 Like many others here on IORR I am sadden to hear of Charlie Watts death. Call it an end of an era or just call it great sadness. Been hearing about Charlie's death and the medical procedure he had 3 weeks ago but i have not read anything about the said surgical procedure or cause of death. Anyone know? Call it both.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
I literally can’t find the words. Absolutely heartbroken. RIP Charlie. God Bless, and thank you for all the joy you brought every one of us for more than 5 decades.
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
QuoteVoodooLounge13 Quotestevecardi Foxboro October 20 1997 Sister Morphine 19th Nervous Breakdown Star Star All About You Wanna Hold You Little Queenie Crazy Mama The Last Time Boston March 22 1999 Respectable Memory Motel Some Girls You Got The Silver Route 66 When The Whip Comes Down Boston September 3 2002 If You Can’t Rock Me Stray Cat Blues Loving Cup Rocks O
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Foxboro October 20 1997 Sister Morphine 19th Nervous Breakdown Star Star All About You Wanna Hold You Little Queenie Crazy Mama The Last Time Boston March 22 1999 Respectable Memory Motel Some Girls You Got The Silver Route 66 When The Whip Comes Down Boston September 3 2002 If You Can’t Rock Me Stray Cat Blues Loving Cup Rocks Off Rip This Joint Love Train Can
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2 ***months ***ago
stevecardi
Let it Bleed will always be #1 from the classic 1968-1972 period for me. And #1 album for Stones overall. As for the rest of 1968-1972, BB, GYYYO, SF and EOMS are tied for second place. I know that sounds like a cop out but it really depends on what mood I’m in, and what I want to listen to at that moment.
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