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QuoteVideoJames This is true, I have the "Studio" recordings from the Olympic Studio sessions for the London Palladium Show. I have three different takes of "It's All Over Now". One take has the guitar mixed way up front. All versions I have of "It's All Over Now" have vocals. But the version of Connections I have is just instrumental no vocals. I believ
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRockman Never met one ….but whats a genius anyway ??…. Over the years met dudes who are clever at one thing but then on the other hand cant even heat up a can of tomato soup … Tony Asher (who wrote the lyrics for Pet Sounds) apparently once said of Brian Wilson - "Genius musician, amateur human being" ! Brian himself once said. "I'm not a genius I'm just a h
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QuoteThe Sicilian I never knew that the Yardbirds opened for the Stones. Did anyone here see any of those shows? I didn't (too young) but I've always hoped that a tape exists somewhere waiting to leak or be discovered. One of the Yardbirds (maybe Dreja or McCarty) said it was like World War 3 with Beck and Page duelling stereo lead guitars, one either side of the stage. The thought
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8 ***months ***ago
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Tutti Frutti - Little Richard Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis I'm Looking For Someone To Love - Buddy Holly Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran Say Mama - Gene Vincent Train Kept A Rollin' - Johnny Burnette Rock n Roll Trio Dynamite - Cliff Richard and The Drifters Jungle Rock - Hank Mizell Shakin' All Over - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates Brand New Cadillac - Vince Taylor
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9 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDEmerson Watched Echo in the Canyon on Netflix last night, the Jacob Dylan produced oDE to the mid-60s California sound, as elDEr hippies of yore (CS&N, Jackson Browne etc.) wax nostalgic about what a groovy time it was, and as the younger generation (Beck, Cat Power) look at amazement at old vinyl LPs as though finding ancient relics. Plays a bit like The Rutles ‘Can’t Buy Me Lunch’ at
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9 ***months ***ago
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Can anyone who's bought this tell us if there's any recording data for the tracks / tape box pictures etc.. in the book please ?
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9 ***months ***ago
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Quoteschillid Brian Jones, 1965 Photograph by Dennis Hopper We have photos from all the December 65 sessions and Brian's clothes rule it out as being from those sessions. I think the photo was taken at the session that took place at RCA from Friday March 11th through the night to March 12th 1966, the final Aftermath session. There is a description of Brian's clothes and a phot
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9 ***months ***ago
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Yep some good photos there thanks. Anyone else think that picture of Brian was taken at RCA in March 1966 at the Aftermath sessions ? Certainly looks like RCA and I can't think of another occasion where he used a sitar with hair that short !
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10 ***months ***ago
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not to hand but I think it's the lyric from the verse (top line on sheet in photo) I'm sick and tired of the smile (2nd line) that you give when you don't come back at night
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10 ***months ***ago
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one from the first day of Aftermath sessions, 8th-9th December 1965 another one from (probably) the 2nd day of Aftermath sessions 9th-10th December 1965 and another (probably) from day 3, 10th-11th December 1965
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRockman Haven't posted pics here before so hopefully this'll work.... I think that photo Rockman posted is from the second day of sessions at RCA that started on the 9th December 1965 lasting to the early hours of 10th December. Here's one from December 8th (the first Aftermath/Could You Walk On Water session) which carried on through to the 9th December....looks like i
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Quotedandelion1967 QuoteRockman Brian Jones ------- Jack Nitzsche ------------ Mick Jagger ---- 1966 Marimba and harpsichord, so they're recording "Ride on, baby" Ride On Baby is from the December 1965 "Could You Walk On The Water / Aftermath" sessions. I think this pic is from 1966 (August at RCA ?) so they could be recording Yesterday's Papers which has bot
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10 ***months ***ago
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That's the best new thing I've heard from them in decades. Good length for a song too - just over 3 minutes. A proper single and much better than the previous one.
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10 ***months ***ago
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Satisfaction Around and Around Get Off Of My Cloud The Last Time I'm Moving On 2000 Light Years From Home We Love You Parachute Woman Have You Seen Your Mother Baby Jumping Jack Flash
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10 ***months ***ago
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Aftermath Satanic Majesties Out Of Our Heads Between The Buttons The UK versions of each. I don't have much interest in the band post Exile but that's my problem.
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Bill's Tune was officially released as the opening track on "67 Sessions". It's not the same tune as In Another Land. Thanks for the response and agreed, Felix Aeppli (who along with Nico Z. has one of the very best Stones databases online) and I had to agree to disagree on this issue so I was interested what others here might think. I don't
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10 ***months ***ago
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It's usually said that In Another Land was originally recorded under the title Acid In The Grass / Bill's Tune which may well be true. The song I've posted below (the one with Brian playing a harp) is usually referred to as an early / working version of In Another Land. On the face of it, it does sound like In Another Land but I'm convinced they are two completely different
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10 ***months ***ago
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I didn't realise till a few minutes ago that The Drifter's Under The Boardwalk was produced by Mike Leander who was Decca A & R working a lot with Marianne Faithfull, Billy Fury and many others. Apparently he was sent / went to the USA specifically to give them the "British sound".
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10 ***months ***ago
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Around and Around I'm Moving On Suzie Q Get Off Of My Cloud Satisfaction The Last Time Route 66 She Said Yeah I Just Wanna Make Love To You Rice Krispies
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteStoneage I won't take any attacks on Greta Thunberg's looks. I think she is a very brave girl. I admire her. She is only 16. She has Asperger's which she is very open with. People making fun of her looks is in the lowest moral category in my book. We recently had a high ranking CEO here in Sweden making fun of her. He lost his job the other day. Rightfully so. Agreed. I
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10 ***months ***ago
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Quotebv United Nations have detailed info on the climate changes issue: Climate Change I would advice anyone to study this info in great detail. Fake news and wishful thinking is not the best fundament in understanding the future problems related to the climate changes. Thank you. I was going to suggest that and ask if anyone here has actually read any of the actual science rather than g
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteStoneage they made a couple of really good singles during this period. Their run of singles (in the UK) during that period is matched only by the mop tops and The Kinks. Pretty stunning if you ask me. Their last single was Honky Tonk Women because after that singles were just the strongest track taken off an album as a promo. Anyway... The Last Time Get Off Of My Cloud Satisfaction
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoteash QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotewhitem8 From what I have read the Let It Bleed is only available in fold down there is no true mono of that album. I haven't seen that confirmed. Was LIB a fold-down on the mono-box as well? Yes. Let It Bleed has only been mixed to stereo and the mono is a fold. So is all of Beggars (IIRC) except Sympathy For The Devil which
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotewhitem8 From what I have read the Let It Bleed is only available in fold down there is no true mono of that album. I haven't seen that confirmed. Was LIB a fold-down on the mono-box as well? Yes. Let It Bleed has only been mixed to stereo and the mono is a fold. So is all of Beggars (IIRC) except Sympathy For The Devil which was a dedicated mono mix.
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11 ***months ***ago
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Quotewhitem8 Abkco can released unreleased material they have done so with rock ‘n’ roll Circus. Both of beggars banquet and let it bleed releases are cash grabs. They suck! And as somebody stated above letters won’t help just don’t buy them . When they sell like shit they might figure it out. No they can't as far as I understand the current situation. Rock n Roll Circus formed part of th
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteLynd8 Quoteash Like I said in my post re archival releases, much as I want to blame ABKCO (and they don't put good info in their cd's), they are legally hamstrung by the legal situation from the 70s. I also seriously disagree with your labelling the mop heads as inferior. The Beatles and The Stones are both @#$%& brilliant. Oh, I love the Beatles and they were brilliant. An
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11 ***months ***ago
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Like I said in my post re archival releases, much as I want to blame ABKCO (and they don't put good info in their cd's), they are legally hamstrung by the legal situation from the 70s. I also seriously disagree with your labelling the mop heads as inferior. The Beatles and The Stones are both @#$%& brilliant.
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHis Majesty Quoteash Oops, that was just something else I wanted to see at the Library Of Congress in addition to the Jagger / Richards papers, it's sheet music for Degree Of Murder. I've been looking out for a copy for years. I believe it was available for a short time in 1968, owned and published by Leeds Music iirc. It's not owned by ABKCO and ABKCO confirmed to me th
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteIrix From the official announcement by : If you listen on a good set of speakers or good headphones, you’ll hear subtle things in the background that are now much more clear that were somewhat hidden before'." Like what, Brian ?
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11 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTumblinDice76 Is it safe to assume that going forward all vault releases will be from '71 on? Clearly ABKCO has nothing. TSMR, BB, and Let it Bleed Anniversary sets are all duds. Kind of disappointing that the next vault release is another "Bridges" tour release. Bought the last one, won't buy the new one because I already have everything on it. Something from '
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