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12 ***days ***ago
caschimann
What Ticketmaster is doin‘ here is a redicilous game. „Ticket prices fluctuate depending on demand“ -that‘s exactly what scalpers do. Since ever. So Ticketmaster has emerged to the biggest Scalper on this planet. I know I have to wait till showtime comes nearer. Exactly the same thing I have to to with scalpers in front of the stadium! Buying a ticket was joy in the 80ies and 90ies a
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18 ***days ***ago
caschimann
Why Viagogo offers ticktets already??? Before the pre-pre-sale?
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21 ***days ***ago
caschimann
QuoteIrix Quoteschwonek .... works in Europe .... Which town you are from Irix?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
caschimann
Early spring 1971. I was 9. I borrowed a tape from the elder brother of my best friend. Just to have something I can listen to on my new tape recorder during the first nights in my also new tent, my parents bought for me so could sleep allone and not anymore in the caravan when we went to camping. This something turned out to be the "Ya Ya's"-tape. And turned me into the fan I&#
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7 ***weeks ***ago
caschimann
Takes me back to my childhood. I was 6 then. Fascinating what color can do in opposite to b/w. With b/w there is always some kind of emotional fence between my present now and the era/time/event shown. But watching gone times like this in color its so much more intense. Like a Time Tunnel (great TV Serie by the way)throwing you back to that 1967's days. A kind of awakeness. And: The
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2 ***months ***ago
caschimann
So many moments. But the start of "Shine a Light" at Olympia, Paris July 3rd 1995 is of course in the Top 10. First row on the balcony I screamed "...in room ten-o-nine!!" so loud that I can hear my voice on "Stripped."
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2 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteVirgin Priest June 20th, 1995, Cologne, Mungersdorfer Stadion: The lights went down; Charlie started drumming... From the right side Mick J. entered the stage, dancing and prancing. Right from that moment, 70.000 people were connected in a giant electric field. When he reached his mike and bowed down, the crowd went nuts. "I'm gonna tell you how it's gonna be You&
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteRockman whish I could write so short and nice and precise Read a couple of James Ellroy novels …… Thanks for the hint!
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteScooby Had a great night. Ronnie was his usual self and although it’s clear that he’s not a natural front man he sure made the most of it. He seemed much more comfortable when Imelda May was on stage and he could take a step away from the limelight. His playing was good and he paid a fitting tribute to Chuck. He’s got a great band, they really rocked out. A shout out to the support act Ja
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
It´s afternoon already the day after the gig - and yes photos, but no review or even a few words about yesterday night yet. So how was it? How long did he play? What did he play? Any IORR'rers who've been there already awake?
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteRockman Drumcondra 5.59am ----- 18 November 2019 Wow Rockman! Great, great view! Now I know why your're so cool, calm and collectet.
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuotePaddy I spoke with a friend last night, 65 or so, and she was asking me why I’ve gone to see the stones so many times. Reason being the people you meet along the way, punctuated by a great band playin each 2-3 nights. That’s kept me a fan. That´s so right!
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteMisterO My Stones "Timeline" goes something like..... I had heard many Stones song over the years but first current "hit" on radio rotation was "Angie"....I was 11 and we had just moved and I listened to it on headphones lying on the mattress on floor. The song really resonated with me, because it was a goodbye and moving on song, and that's where I was
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
I was at that show too. From my place Section A, row 4. I didn'nt noticed that. Just heard about it now 14 years later. And just have one thought: Regardless what drove her to that idiotic stunt 14 years ago - due to her injuries enabling her to walk and move proppper for the rest of her life she got punished enough by far!! So for me there's only one wish remainng: That she is m
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Quotegeorgie48 Quotesteffiestones Their Bad Habits.. ! Yes, but most young musicians in those days (even the Beatles!, remember George and his wife were at Keith's party, but the police waited with their raid action until they had left!) had similar bad habbits, but they were not placed under a magnifying glass by the media. It was all exagerated and I think the total lack of confidence ab
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
In way yes I agree: Looking at the Ya Ya's cover 9 years old in autumn 1970 I felt some strange things such as bad manner, dangerous habits, etc. - my mind got it, even I was too young to understand.
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteGerardHennessy I love your description of being hit by lightening because that is exactly what it was. Excellent choice of words. And, you're absolutely right when you say The Stones were not just another band. They excited all kinds of outrage at the time. Way beyond the criticism dished out to other bands. They simply did not care about the pettiness and conceits of day to day life at
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteDandelionPowderman Paul Fraser Collectibles Yeah Dandelion I see what you mean. But this was mor like a liitle run/sprint on those stages. Because up to Lotus 1975 and tongue-tent 1978 (now Roskilde) there even was no really space to run. The running startet really with the begin of the giant stages-era: 1981 - today.
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Don't wanna comment anything here. Just one thought: The fact that we have a thread in the year of 2019 about "Mick running on stage" implicates a wonder of the world. If anybody said this in 1975 for instance: "In 2019 people will discuss Mick's running on stage because he is still performing with the Stones - in worldwide stadium-tours!" They would have s
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteElmo Lewis Quotecaschimann Sometime I get the feeling that I'm becoming a fresh fan even I am an fan since 50 years. In the context of this thread question its interesting, I am talking here about that one as a fan has different fan-temperatures. Because the Stones-Beast in me sleeps sometimes. No listening to Stones for weeks then. But then suddenly it gets awake. By being hit by
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3 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Sometime I get the feeling that I'm becoming a fresh fan even I am an fan since 50 years. In the context of this thread question its interesting, I am talking here about that one as a fan has different fan-temperatures. Because the Stones-Beast in me sleeps sometimes. No listening to Stones for weeks then. But then suddenly it gets awake. By being hit by the choir-Opening of YCAGWYW in
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4 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Well, I think I need a longer warm up to this thread. Could be interesting. But releated to songs - how should the answers be like?? Songs are all about indidual sentiments. How one can explain why some people here don't like Angie? Taste of people is unpredictable like the weather. Example we all know from tours: Why is that I am at a Stones show and really have the best time of the
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4 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Quotegeorgie48 Soon after I heard Not Fade Away on the radio (Februari 1964) I was given a music monthly by a classmate. He showed me the first ever photos I saw of the Rolling Stones. It was a bit of a shock, to tell the truth. I was allowed to take the magazine home and showed the photos to my mom, who was preparing the evening meal in the kitchen. I said to her "mom, can you believe that
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4 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Quoteshattered The people here. Thank You Very Much. So kind.
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4 ***months ***ago
caschimann
"The Golden Voice from Prague"! Sound of childhood for those 1961'ers like me. "Biene (Bean) Maja" unforgettable. One of the main guests in grandmothers livingroom via her TV-Screen.
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4 ***months ***ago
caschimann
More, more, more! Can't get enough of these stories.
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4 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuoteTravelinMan My dad. Listened to old cassettes of the Stones on car trips as a kid. Heard tales of seeing them live in 1969. He has a bunch of bootlegs on cassette and CD as well. I'm thankful my parents played such good music... Motown, Stones, Berry, Beatles, etc. When I was a kid, I thought the Beatles made children's music! This thread has so lovely insights and so funny
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5 ***months ***ago
caschimann
Quoteredkev I reckon we all must have some sort of Stones fan gene! Yeah!
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5 ***months ***ago
caschimann
This is a great thread!! Listening to the intro and band announcement on Ya Ya‘s on my taperecorder when I was 9, while watching the super tiny album fotos on that small MC-cover-version seeing Mick and Keith and the band for the first time in my life I was already addicted before the first note of JJ Flash was even played. Then they rolled on and I rolled in. Forever.
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5 ***months ***ago
caschimann
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 They wrote some of their best melodies, some of their best ballads in these years. Memory Motel - great ballad on the road, and at 7 minutes doesn't get too long If your really want to be my friend - IMo right up there with 'Let it Loose' Time waits for no one - great solo, great feel Angie - one of the great love songs of our era winter - gorgeou
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