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71Tele
Looking forward to this if outtakes are included!
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteHonkeyTonkFlash QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTheBlockbuster It's an overrated album in my book, HTW, SFT and LWM on this album are among the worst officially released versions of those songs. Love You Live has more aggression and energy, compare the version of HTW on both albums and it's night and day. What's wrong with Live With Me? I think it's excellent. Live Wi
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteTheBlockbuster It's an overrated album in my book, HTW, SFT and LWM on this album are among the worst officially released versions of those songs. Love You Live has more aggression and energy, compare the version of HTW on both albums and it's night and day. Couldn't disagree more. Except for Side 3, LYL sounds tired and bloated. Ya Yas documented a band at their peak.
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4 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteRockman Yeah I'd love to be there ... But a few things happened in my life that twisted it a bit ....... But if ya wanna shout me a ticket I'll get there What if we pitch in and buy you a first class ticket?
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4 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Quotemr_dja Tele's got my mouth watering for sure... I was hoping that the 71 Tele would make the trip! There's a part of me that would love to "try out" the VOX similar to Bill's but after all of these years with a B string, I have to laugh at myself when I have to struggle to play something with only four strings on it! Peace, Mr DJA Just let me know. Played th
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4 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Quotemr_dja Quote71Tele Looking forward to this! Figuring out which guitar to bring. I'm glad I don't have to worry about that issue... Although I could logically consider bringing my home-modified fretless, the Jazz outranks all the others and will be making the trip with me. My excitement level ratcheted up a notch today when I spent part of my lunch hour at the post office comp
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4 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Quotemr_dja Quote71Tele Looking forward to this! Figuring out which guitar to bring. I'm glad I don't have to worry about that issue... Although I could logically consider bringing my home-modified fretless, the Jazz outranks all the others and will be making the trip with me. My excitement level ratcheted up a notch today when I spent part of my lunch hour at the post office comp
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4 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Looking forward to this! Figuring out which guitar to bring.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Quoteswiss QuoteBILLPERKS Charlene Tilton Quotesteffialicia Kim Kardashian - lol Not helpful to a really neat lady (Andee Nathanson), but I guess we all handle time on our hands differently... That's certainly true.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteRockingLonestar Before joining the Stones he plays very well on almost every Rod Stewart record from 1970 to 1974: Maggie Mae, but also It Seems Like A Long Time and others on Every Picture Tells A Story Country Comforts & You´re My Girl and others on Gasoline Alley And not to forget the Faces Live Album from 1973 (Coast To Coast / Overtures & Beginners): Very good solos espe
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Absolutely! I had to drag that guitar all over London.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteRockman AHHHHHHHHH ... Good ta put a face to the name ... And I'm not givin' Tele71 anymore cheek from now on .... hhhaaaaaaaaaaaa Cheek always welcome from you, Rockman. Wish you could have been there.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Maggie May. He's never topped it.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Thanks for a great day in London. Special thanks to Dandelion Powderman for including me. Extra special thanks to our great rhythm section, who covered up the sins of this particular guitarist. Also great to meet the many IORRers who came to cheer us on. Paulywaul and Beast provided excellent London hospitality. Already lobbying for us to return next year and perform all of Exile. We need to a
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteStoneage Sorry 71Tele! Dandy was almost the only one visible on periscope due to the camera angle. Great guitar playing though! Have a good time in London! No worries, Stoneage. I couldn't see me either.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteStoneage Is it 71Tele on bass? No. Guitar!
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteRollingFreak I'm so so happy I got to see him in Philadelphia on that tour. I said I would never see the Stones again after 2006, and I meant it. Had only seen them once, but for their prices and usually their setlist, once IS enough (at this stage in the game. They aren't getting "better"). And I had amazing side stage seats when I saw them. I'll save the money I�
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Thanks to DP for organizing this and inviting me to play. I hope I prove myself worthy.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteBamaStone Discussed earlier, it was for the "Burrito Bros sessions... Thanks. I had missed the earlier discussion. There is also mystery organ on this version, which is not on the released track.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteTheGreek Quote71Tele Greetings all. I am here in France writing on SwayStones' computer. We were listening to the bootleg Through The Vaults Darkly. There is a version of Wild Horses I cannot believe I never heard, with pedal steel guitar and organ. The main track appears to be the same as the album version. Who played the pedal steel? Was it recorded at the original session or added la
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Giants are 2 and 0...I am going to enjoy it while it lasts.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Greetings all. I am here in France writing on SwayStones' computer. We were listening to the bootleg Through The Vaults Darkly. There is a version of Wild Horses I cannot believe I never heard, with pedal steel guitar and organ. The main track appears to be the same as the album version. Who played the pedal steel? Was it recorded at the original session or added later? Any info about this t
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote71Tele Did I miss something? Is Criss Cross now on an official release? Mickboy's remaster. Ah.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Did I miss something? Is Criss Cross now on an official release?
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Quotez Quotedcba Since the Toronto'77 incident Keef couldn't cross borders without being searched... So he asked Mick to grow a beard so he could hide his stash in it. Actually Keith asked him to grow a bear, but Mick misheard him. No, he asked him to "grow a pair".
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
They missed that opportunity when they did the Exile reissue a few years ago. Yeah, it would be great. They won't do it.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Shine A Light is better than Ya Yas like Millard Fillmore was better than Abraham Lincoln.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteTheGreek Welcome back 71Tele Thank you, my Greek friend.
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteHMS He´s just a player with almost no writing skills. He is lost without songs and he havent had a song since he left the Stones. Maybe another player would have added even more to albums like Exile, SF, GHS, IORR. We will never know... In fact he stretched out only a very times with the Stones, mostly on rather ridicilous Jagger-ballads, as can be found on GHS & IORR. He´s most prominen
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5 ***years ***ago
71Tele
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote71Tele QuoteDandelionPowderman Country Honk.. I thought so. So in a 2-album stretch slide by Richards, Jones (No Expectations), Cooder, and Taylor. Not bad. That could have happened, but SM didn't wind up on LIB. Cooder only played mandolin on LIV. True. But from a time-recorded perspective...
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