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12 ***days ***ago
TeddyB1018
Scarlet?
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19 ***days ***ago
TeddyB1018
Where are The Rolling Stones? Aside from Mick, I heard maybe one lick from Ronnie, possible one from KR.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteKRiffhard Quoterollmops Quotepowerage78 Good song, Mick writting work with a recognizable and brilliant Keith contribution. Mick always prolific and active... But Keith today ? Is he still able - does he still want - to compose a Stones song ? It seems that nowadays, Keith needs some strong support from his co-partners to motivate him to create something "new". He said it hi
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5 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
Quotegotdablouse Didn't remember that Jagger quote, it's too bad we never heard from that "super fan" who dug out that stuff for them...I can't make sense of that reference to BBKing ?! Kenny Kubernik, brother of music journalist Harvey Kubernik, and a very nice guy. He was helping Don Was trawl for material.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteRockman unedited, there clearly is evidence of vocal Keith participation Who's filming with hat on -- Don Was ?? Whos the the beard guy also seen in reflection ... Krish Sharma.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteMisterDDDD On my third listen to the full song. Liking it more each time... this song is going to get a lot of play. "Preachers were all preaching Charities beseeching Politicians dealing Thieves were happy stealing Widows were all weeping There’s no beds left for us to sleep in Always had the feeling It would all come tumbling down" - "Speaking in more depth ab
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6 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
I was there and they played MR. It was a surprise when they came back out because it was well understood at the time that the Stones didn't do encores.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
Quotebye bye johnny Hal Willner, Music Producer and ‘SNL’ Veteran, Dies of Coronavirus at 64 Awful. He was a longtime friend and associate. A great guy.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
No, January 1973 in New York was with the Tots at Alice Tully Hall. Lou fired the Tots a couple of months later and toured for a bit with the Moogy Klingman Band as backup. December 1973 in New York at the Academy of Music was with Hunter and Wagner.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
TeddyB1018
January 27: Alice Tully Hall with the Tots. December 23: Academy of Music.
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2 ***months ***ago
TeddyB1018
Steve Hunter returned to do a few tours with Lou in later years. Steve appears on both the live at Lollapalooza album and the Berlin live in Sydney one.
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2 ***months ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteRocky Dijon I could be completely wrong and Mick's lyrics and his (and Lisa and Cindy's) vocals may be the only new elements apart from the strings. The piano sounded more "new" than vintage to me which was why I questioned it. I'm not sure a mellotron was used (I rather doubt it) since David Campbell is credited on the album for strings. Same gentleman who arranged
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3 ***months ***ago
TeddyB1018
I’d expect the Bob Clearmountain mix of Brussels, as it hasn’t been released on physical media outside Japan I would doubt they’d remix other live material. Aside from the alternate versions of album tracks, I’d hope at minimum for Criss Cross, Fast Talking and You Should Have Seen Her. Perhaps Mick has done new vocals for the last two. I should think this would make for a more commercial package
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8 ***months ***ago
TeddyB1018
It's absolutely sincere. Ian has had hearing issues for some time now. It's amazed me that he's done as well as he has onstage.
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11 ***months ***ago
TeddyB1018
Edit.
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11 ***months ***ago
TeddyB1018
Any chance please of a repost?
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Some nice writing, and barely disguised metaphor.
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
“Meetings.” Wow. One used to call it recording, or rehearsals, or being in the studio. Maybe they should bring their lawyers to these meetings, in some conference room, to help negotiate the direction of the album. Or maybe Mick is just so Hollywood these days that he talks in terms of meetings. Cracks me up.
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteKRiffhard QuoteTeddyB1018 Rocky's info on the new stuff sounds good to me. I was going to type up the backstory of Crosseyed Heart but no need when Mr. Dijon is around. Hi Teddy! What about "One More Shot" solo version? Imo it could have been the first single of CH and i feel it's far superior to Stones version!! I’ve unfortunately never heard it myself so I don’t k
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteStoneage Quoterunrudolph Quotez Quoterunrudolph Are the Stones still in LA?? Jeroen Darryl seems to be in Chicago darryll is not a Stone Jeroen He is their bassist since 25 years back. If the band is rehearsing/recording he should be there. They have recorded since Darryl's joining with different people on bass. When I watched them record at Ocean Way for Bridges to Babylon, n
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Rocky's info on the new stuff sounds good to me. I was going to type up the backstory of Crosseyed Heart but no need when Mr. Dijon is around.
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Anyone seen the movie Stan and Ollie? Reminds me a bit of Mick and Keith. It's very good, by the way.
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
In this case, I actually think it’s beneath him. Someone writes a big hit honoring you, I think you are too big a deal to guest on it. But it’s not up to me.
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Because the Stones can write and perform on a higher level than the Black Crowes, even if Rich Robinson plays in open G. I didn’t mean that particularly as a knock on the Black Crowes, though I think their vocalist is a doucebag. It’s that the Stones have been so much more interesting than say, the Crowes, AC/DC or Aerosmith. The Stones were smart, and cheeky, and sophisticated, and not limited t
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteRocky Dijon One day, you'll realize "Harlem Shuffle" backed with "Had It With You" was a terrific single. "Too Rude" was their finest stab at reggae. "Sleep Tonight" would have fit in nicely on EMPIRE BURLESQUE. The instrumental break at the end of "Hold Back" is terrific if you can skip everything before it. "Back to Zero" rea
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Jeez. I don’t have a real opinion about Tell the Truth from that clip at all. To me it sounds like R&B, and demoish. If it winds up produced in the manner of Mick’s solo single from last year, I won’t play it much, but we have no real idea what it is going to sound like unless and until it’s released. In the general, I guess I’m a bit like Gas Light Street. Anything the Stones release tha
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
QuoteThe Sicilian My picks of the best to worst songs on Some Girls: 1. When the Whip Comes Down 2. Just My Imagination 3. Respectable 4. Shattered 5. Lies 6. Before They Make Me Run 7. Some Girls 8. Far Away Eyes 9. Miss You 10. Beast of Burden It's tough to say "worst" but that's how lists go. For the record I don't think there is really a bad son
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Agreed on James.
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
My favorite post-Stones MT guitar is on Dylan's studio take of "Jokerman". While Knopfler noodles (okay, he's very good at it) on his Fender, MT comes in crashing around in a stuttering, very Stones-like style on his Gibson. He's always been effective playing that sort of "rhythm." In fact, he does a pretty good Keith!
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***1 year ***ago
TeddyB1018
Yeah, baby!
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