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Quotemarianna Is this the same as the Sea of Tunes bootleg material? I;m sure there may be more of it, but at least some of it has been around a long time. I don't think there's much overlap. Much of it is completely new to me and I'm pretty obsessive on Brian Wilson up to 1971-ish. These two sets are in pristine sound and contain some truly sensational stuff. In Beach Boys arc
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Quotepeoplewitheyes Guess I'm the only one then... Nope, I stayed up till midnight to get these when they appeared. Superb sets. Evidence of the continued genius of Brian Wilson and the emergence of Dennis as a creative force. So much to rave about on these two sets and some totally gobsmacking moments of musical beauty not to mention the snippet of I'm In Great Shape which, speaking
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the two new Beach Boys 1968 copyright extension sets. absolutely effing superb. possibly the best 60's archival release of the year and the best BB release since the Smile box and Hawthorne.
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Quotemarianna Rock critics sometimes tend to jump on the same bandwagon. They also think they are there to impose some kind of order, therefore they like lists. The "Pet Sounds" as the top recommendation is like telling people to eat vegetables. There are a few people who truly love that album that much, but the fact it takes the top spot so often? Brian Wilson did actually tell peopl
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10 ***days ***ago
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Quoteandrews27 The thing about Forever Changes is that there's not really much playing by the group on the record. It's all members of The Wrecking Crew, ace studio musicians, essentially making the songs up in the studio according to ideas by the band and dictates by the producer and the record execs. The whole purpose was to create something that could get airplay so that the group
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19 ***days ***ago
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Check it out - taken from Switzerland's Hits A Go Go but may well originate from BBC TV Top Of The Pops. Worth a youtube like in my opinion.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Are there any recording session details in this BB set ?
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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just told my kids to get on with their homework courtesy of the real Fleetwood Mac
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotemnewman505 I haven't been able to bring myself to watch any vidoes of the new line up. me either. I can't believe Peter would walk away like that.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Aint That Loving You Baby is from Top Gear and at least one other track isn't from the show they say it is. They don't appear to have used any surviving BBC tapes held by the BBC and other parties and their Transcription Disc transfers are not the best they could be. Is it The Last Time that has an error in it ? like a skip ? The sleeve note contains inaccuracies and the book was fa
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2 ***months ***ago
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Recorded 17 July 1964 for the 23rd July 1964 edition of the BBC Light Programme "Top Gear" and one of my fave Stones non-Decca performances. Dig Bill's bass.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotebv Outtakes are unfinished art. You may get them on bootlegs and through other sources, but they are not supposed to be released to the public. It is like an author should be releasing all the notes related to every book they are writing. The book - or the song - is the final product - the art - while the work towards that art item is not to be published to the public. Later on, for hist
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2 ***months ***ago
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I don't understand the reluctance of the band and ABKCO to do something with their 60s catalogue of unreleased music. Even if they don't have every multi-track / master from that period we know from the Mobile Fidelity/ABKCO listings that they have a few cd.s worth of outtakes. The Satanic 50th box was piss poor and their "copyright protection" releases were a joke and possibl
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Quotecorriecas Better skin??he probably did not have a life like Mick has had. Jeroen He did not have a life like Mick had. Compared to Jerry Lee Lewis I suspect Mick is a virgin choirboy !
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quotetatters No one, probably not even the surviving Beatles themselves, seems to remember that they also played there (with 10,000 of the 55,000 seats empty) on August 23, 1966. well I knew that even if I don't remember it (a bit young for that). Hey Steffialicia, how was your Fab experience ? I'm jealous.
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QuoteRollingFreak QuotePaddy I would kill to see Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer, Mick Fleetwood & John McVie just once. It pisses me off that those 4 and Danny Kirwan never played another gig. I know its hard, I don't know who kept it from happening. Its possible it was just never in the cards with Spencer and Kirwan, and even Green to be in that frontman position again. But I consid
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5 ***months ***ago
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I'm thinking about him right now ! Last night I was at a burger joint and Paint It Black from the Ed Sullivan Show was playing on the video screen. Fab stuff. I'm not a "Brianista" but that era of the Stones (essentially the Decca period) has always been my favourite. Wish the band and ABKCO could find their way to releasing some more lost gems from that part of their career
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6 ***months ***ago
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Quotemarianna Why didn't Fleetwood & McVie try a little harder to bring parts of their old incarnation back together for a limited time? It is a rhetorical question, but both of them relied on outside talent for very different versions of the band. They furnish the name, but not much creativity. Kirwan wasn't even at their HOF induction. The Stones went out of their way to make s
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6 ***months ***ago
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It was announced on the Fleetwood Mac Facebook site that Danny passed away on June 8th. He was an incredible talent. The Green / Kirwan combination remains one of the greatest guitar double acts in the history of rock. It has been mentioned that at one point he was among those possibly being considered for a guitar slot in the Stones. I don't know if that's true. If you're not f
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6 ***months ***ago
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achilles77 beat me to it but I've just received my copies of this book. Well it's actually 3 books. If you collect the many live recordings of Peter Green 1966-70 in circulation these books are essential. Many of the tapes are in limited circulation so you might be surprised just how much stuff there is out there. Rich Orlando has produced a great piece of work and the origins of th
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHis Majesty No recording took place in September 1966. He hadn't even been asked to write music for the film at that point. An error that keeps getting repeated. It's most likely all recording took place over a few sessions in February 1967. Really hope the soundtrack gets a proper release some day. Copyright might have run out on it in 2017, but probably runs out in 20
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Quotepotus43 Think his bodyguards ever have guns? I do I don't know. Are you basing your "think" on any specific evidence relating to Sir Fab and his security arrangements or just making an assumption ? I "think" his security could probably protect Paul and kick your ass within seconds without resorting to gun violence. That would be acceptable to me and still work w
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8 ***months ***ago
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Quotepotus43 QuoteMisterDDDD Paul looking good in Manhattan this morning. Good on him. What a joke Who ? McCartney on an end gun violence march ? Unfortunately he has some personal experience regarding this issue and I'm not surprised he'd want to show his support at an event which, as he said, was taking place very close to where one of his best friends was murdered. Not sure
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD Paul looking good in Manhattan this morning. Good on him.
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11 ***months ***ago
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About time. I thought he must have turned it down already. Over fifty years later looking at what they achieved as probably being among the finest commercial artists of the 20th century and as a social phenomenon (in a way that none of the other groups of the time were) it's fully deserved. Certainly more so than those gits who just bang the party in power a bunch of money and get to bend th
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11 ***months ***ago
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Very strange "release". Does this mean that the rest of the circulating Satanic Majesties outtakes are now out of copyright ? Why have they just issued two versions of Bill's track ? Is this 1967 from the French Radio master ? Is Brian Jones the project co-ordinator for ABKCO / Stones release policy ? Even in his present condition he could probably do a better job. It's eas
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11 ***months ***ago
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That is correct thanks Deltics. When I said Charlie wasn't there yet I purely meant in musical terms. His fills are all over the place on that first BBC session but he was there in body ! Maybe he was nervous that day or just didn't play well. No such problems on the other BBC sessions as far as I remember.
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12 ***months ***ago
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Quote24FPS Jesus H. Christ. I just heard Walking The Dog, Little by Little, and Ain't That Loving You Baby. What a rhythm section. Now I see what the Stones had the Beatles never could pull off, danger. Danger ? I thought you were going to say the ability to mis-label tracks, use inferior sources and end the song on a sloppy drum fill. But seriously, both groups had superb rhythm sections
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12 ***months ***ago
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On Air Volume 2 ? No problem. Here's my proposed track list - Disc 1 - Bye Bye Johnny / I Wanna Be Your Man /Diddley Daddy / Little By Little / Look What You’ve Done / Mona / Not Fade Away / Now I’ve Got A Witness / Pretty Thing / Walking The Dog. / You Better Move On / Reelin’ And Rockin’/ Roll Over Beethoven / Route 66 "Dear Bill, please could you lend us your acetate of the Ra
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12 ***months ***ago
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Quotegeorgelicks "On Air" debuts on the charts (as of 12/12/2017) #8 The Netherlands #10 Germany #12 Belgium (Flanders) #16 Japan (5,217 copies sold) #20 Scotland #22 Sweden #22 Italy #27 United Kingdom (9,603 copies sold) #29 Norway #30 Wales #32 Belgium (Wallonia) #36 Ireland #44 New Zealand #47 United States (13,763 copies sold + 963 stream points = 14,726 sales) #54
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