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2 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
What about the guitar into to love in vain ? I always thought that sounded funny . Is that an overdub or just bad mix / effect ?
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2 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
I'm enjoying these tracks tremendously, haven't been so excited for a long time (yeah I know) I think I'm enjoying them more than wild flowers and the rest!! And they were great. Fast talking slow walking is a completely different take of the 'old" one , just throwing that in ..
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8 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteshawnriffhard1 Quotewhitem8 Well Ya Ya's is perfect due to the many overdubs. Except that there aren't many overdubs on GYYO. Six vocals and one or two possible guitar overdubs. Only one overdub was actually different to the live performance and that's JJFlash because they wanted the phrasing to match what everyone was familiar with as opposed to the drawn
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotematxil QuoteTurner68 you're forgetting about the footage captured in the movie "Gimme Shelter" from Altamont where Keith literally has to stop the song and point at MT and say (in the mike, so everyone could hear) "hey man, if that cat doesn't cool it, we're not going to play". although there may be other examples, it's the only one i can recall wher
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8 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteMidnight Toker The look on MT' s face while on stage for his two songs on their last tour speaks volumes. He looked like a bored and depressed guy.Playing acoustic guitar on Satisfaction had to be embarrassing and painful. A player like mick taylor could never get into the swing of it in one song and one at the end , thats why . And tele , you made the post of this millenium saying
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8 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Will the alt dead flowers be a different style or the little lucy version ?
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9 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotesoulsurvivor1 THat is completely wrong..Mick taylor plays lead throughout the entire song. What??? Well, that is wrong. an insult to both guitar players isn't it ? to mistake keiths' soloing for mick's is an insult for mick and an insult to keith saying he cant play like that !
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9 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman The Guns'n'Roses-tribute - good one This solo is near perfection. Brings back good memories. Too bad he busts a string toward the ending. ha! broke a string myself on Saturday 2 min from the end of the night. no need to change it ,no problem ! did they have a guitar tech in 72 ? any more boots with a burst string audible ? suppose it wouldn
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuoteGravityBoy I know I know, its a terrible moment.... but I just love the bit where Mick tries to cool everyone and then Keith starts a funky riff and then Bills awesome fat bass comes in. These guys could groove. What a sad day. just for the sake of it , that'll be mick taylor starting up ..
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9 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
no mention anywhere that the studio was taken off the BMC and put on a daf chassis sometime after 1981 ( the registration of the daf 1600 )
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteChristian He doesn't say "kingman" It's another town but i can't figure it out. I looked at the map long ago to get the lyrics found a town called Brinkman
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteMathijs Quotesmokeydusky QuoteMathijs Rip This Joint: Interesting bit: they removed all of Taylor’s guitar, and Richards plays the overdubbed slide guitar. This means that Taylor is not on the official version of Rip This Joint. Mathijs RTJ: What makes you believe the slide is not an edited version of Taylor's slide and that any overdub is by Richards? RTJ: the slide of th
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteLieB QuoteMathijs On the Hopkins outtake there's three guitars: the two Richards rhythm guitar left and right, and Taylor's ryhtm guitar just off the right of the spectrum. Taylor plays throughout the song, mainly jazzy chords on the A and B chords, and some slide runs here and there. In my opinion, it just really clutters up the song. They decided, rightfully so in my opinion, to
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotekleermaker I love dodgy slides water or winter ones ?
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty I don't like that No Expectations, too slow and the slide is dodgy. really ? I love keiths playing there and the slide is nice but easy too !
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty Quotekleermaker I'm curious about his comment on All Over Now and Route. The arrangement of It's All Over Now makes it a bit cheesy and predictable, the sax and guitar soloing weaken it. It lacks the power and energy of the TAMI show version and the groove and sexyness of the especially recorded for January 1967 London Palladium version. Route 66 is coo
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDaveG I am a fan of "old-school" live albums, where a band gets to expand their songs, with all of the mistakes, feedback, and unexpected things left in. That is the charm and beauty of live performances: the studio recordings are kind of a springboard for what can happen in live performances. In fact, many of the groups from back in the day were much better live than in the studio
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
a great read ! and some nice and friendly banter (opinions ) , QuoteDoxa QuoteHis Majesty As an experiment/new years resolution I am putting my real Rolling Stones point of view to bed for 2014. I think it's best for my own sanity as well as the sanity and patience of others. haha. I must say, listening to the Kansas City live recording with Richards, Taylor & Wood has done mu
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman Can't agree totally, but I'm glad you enjoy it, Jane: when that was recorded he should have got mick jagger to overdub the vocals and removed his own , I love the song myself but that would have been fantastic! its easy to imagine MJ vocals on this.
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10 ***years ***ago
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Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman First and foremost HN is a rock track, but with a funky rhythm, and also with a caribbean twist. With that kind of punch (listen to the drums and the hard-rocking groove!). I agree that Hand Of Fate might seem a little Stones-by-numbers. However, a different lead guitarist, fantastic vocals AND the bridge makes the song more than that, imo. I am listening
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman Nobody else dare to produce a track with this kind of sound, other than the Stones. It's a unique track, even though it may appear as just a blues. Powerful, dirty and sounding like it may fall apart any minute - just the way I love my Stones this kind of sound . . 5 years ahead of the similar sounding "glitter rock" copycats. with a distorted leadgu
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman Sharing a little secret with you: The guitar solo on this one is heavily inspired by Mick Taylor, especially in the ending. Chop my head off if you can't hear it cannot go wrong with being inspired by mick taylor ! very nice indeed!
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteMathijs 2. Let It Be/Let’s Go Get Stoned: : Preston starts with a bit of Mozart, a guitar is tuning up. Then the full intro, and at 1:03 some beautiful lead lines from Taylor rises, which continue throughout the song. Taylor’s playing is stunning. QuoteHis Majesty What a @#$%& Taylor is. two sides of a very weird coin ..
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10 ***years ***ago
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QuoteMathijs It's quite absurd actually, that one needs to explain the differene between the big 3 and Taylor... The big three had a changing impact on music -pop/rock/hardrock music changed due to their body of work. Taylor never had that. He was, as Peter Green, a fantastic melodic player, but neither one didn't change a thing. They listened to the orginal blues greats, and bas
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotejazzbass For all you lazy tuners. if i see that guitar that escaped , im gonna take it home !
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotekleermaker QuoteMathijs Quotekleermaker Billy Preston and his band plus Mick Taylor were the main support act during the Rolling Stones 1973 Tour. Those who attended one of those gigs will very probably appreciate this video, but also people who weren't there might like it. Great music in my opinion. This is not correct as far as I know. Kracker was the main opening act on all show
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty Quotestraycatblues73 QuoteHis Majesty Quotestraycatblues73 as for the rest , no taylor guitar , even on this "acetate". keith left and right . There's a guitar in middle. no ,there isnt . turnaround remnent only What are you listening to? On Little Queenie from the acetate download from earlier in this thread there is a clear basic rhythm guitar in
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty Quotestraycatblues73 as for the rest , no taylor guitar , even on this "acetate". keith left and right . There's a guitar in middle. no ,there isnt . turnaround remnent only
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteMathijs Quotekleermaker QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoteflacnvinyl I will just leave this here... Ya Ya's raw acetate mp3 - http://www.hatfieldmedia.com/The Rolling Stones - 1969 - Get Yer Ya Yas Out raw acetate - sbd.zip Thanks, Drake! Taylor's guitar (in the centre of this acetate-mix) is almost bouncing out of my headphones The reason for replacing it must surely be that t
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11 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteMax'sKansasCity Quoteyorkey Quotesuperrevvy Is it me, or does this guy have an incredibly long index finger? Holy Moley!!... you're right.. that looks odd... good catch... or... he must be the guitar player ? no players in the band . . not even a band , its a vocal group never will come close to stones or beatles who all gigged even before they were discovered , record
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