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The only thing I enjoyed about Ticketmaster was outsmarting them. Example: Eric Clapton was playing the House of Blues in Los Angeles in 1994, promoting his Robert Johnson album. The venue held a few hundred people, mostly standing room only. You NEVER could have got through Ticketmaster in L.A. Using an old trick I called Phoenix, got straight through and got tickets for the L.A. event, no p
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QuoteNaturalust Quote24FPS My local library called to tell me they have the Goats Head Soup deluxe set for me to borrow. I very much want to hear the Blu Ray CD version of GHS. I want to see if it's even better than the SHM CD of the new remix. Plus I'd like to hear the Brussels CD and see if it sounds better than the streaming download I have. BluRay Dolby 7.1 is exceptional , Bl
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***Yesterday
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Los Angeles has a spanking new billion dollar football stadium. You know the Stones won't be able to resist playing it.
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***Yesterday
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QuoteGetYerAngie QuoteBliss Mick can never write a song about the death of L'Wren because he was responsible for it - by not helping her with her serious depression, by not keeping her business from going under, and by hooking up with his latest girlfriend three weeks before L'Wren's suicide. The last thing he would want to do is relive all that. My God - what a statement, You
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***Yesterday
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I'll keep it to 5 1) Willie Nelson at the Hollywood Bowl, performing the entirety of his 'Stardust' album, with a 20 piece orchestra, followed by his greatest hits. 2018 I think. 2) Allman Brothers, Atlanta, July 1971. Duane Allman's last appearance in Atlanta. 3) Rolling Stones, Anaheim 1999. Keith and Charlie were on fire. Never were again like this. 4) Prince, 1
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My local library called to tell me they have the Goats Head Soup deluxe set for me to borrow. I very much want to hear the Blu Ray CD version of GHS. I want to see if it's even better than the SHM CD of the new remix. Plus I'd like to hear the Brussels CD and see if it sounds better than the streaming download I have.
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***Yesterday
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Or did someone mean 'Friday Night VIDEOS'? The Don Kirshner tapes are a tragedy. So much good, live music, and we can't see any of it. (Except for some YouTube segments). It was a harder rocking version of The Midnight Special, or which much is available on DVDs to the general public. Somehow, after Kirshner's death, the tapes ended up sold to an outfit that sells video clips
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4 ***days ***ago
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If the past is any indication, they'll want to do something big for their 60th Anniversary in 2022. (Damn, it's almost here). Maybe that's when we'll FINALLY get Knebworth, or another European '76 gig. I'm squeezing my tiny brain and can't think of what ABKCO could be holding back from the 60s. Releasing another 'remaster' with no bonus songs won'
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Quoteyearsinthemaking The Brussels version is one of the absolute highlights in the history of the Stones on stage. From the very first intro notes, Mick warming up on the Harmonica and says "we're very quick, aren't we" and then Keith slides his fingers down the guitar in a way I can't think of him doing again to kick off the actual song it's fantastic. Mick doesn
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4 ***days ***ago
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Quoteesqcjh Didn't want to start a new thread so I picked this one with Mick & Keith in title...this author's new book is "The 213 Most Important Men in My Life" (Jean Pagozzi). The cover has a picture of Mick and Keith at a mixing board. Subscription based so I copied the 'pertinent' part Wall Street Journal dated 6.9.21 My god, you have to be e
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4 ***days ***ago
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I don't have a favorite, but I would say it's my favorite live number of theirs. It's never rote, the one time in the concert they jam a bit, not concerned with being perfect. You can feel a jolt go through the crowd when Midnight Rambler starts. No matter what era of the band you speak of, it's the one song that retains its mystique.
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5 ***days ***ago
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Quoteloog droog This show was on PBS the other night. Mick Fleetwood's intro of Bill really struck me. The way he lauded him was such a contrast to the indifference (or the downright shabby treatment at those London shows a few years back) that he gets from the Stones. You get the feeling, at least in London music circles, that Bill is seen as a musician's musician. And that his e
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6 ***days ***ago
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I wish we could segregate the anti-vaxxers. If they don't want it, fine. But don't mingle with us who are trying to end the pandemic.
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8 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD Joan Baez- '65 Bill was much more visually expressive early on.
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8 ***days ***ago
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Please. It was a great misstep by the Stones to cover Like A Rolling Stone. One of their few misses on a cover. They made it sound vanilla.
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8 ***days ***ago
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Music is less and less irrelevant to a mass audience. It's more segregated than ever. Most old folks don't want to hear new music. The idea of actual people performing their songs on actual instruments, without autotune, seems passe.
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8 ***days ***ago
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It's very strange to try and plan a trip to Europe. There seems no end to the crisis there. We're just starting to get out from under it here in the states. The Hollywood Bowl has scheduled concerts starting in July.
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8 ***days ***ago
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In the States, and especially in the Midwest, where I grew up, It was the ultimate Garage Rock year, but sadly, the end before psychedelia took over. Mitch Ryder and the Detroit had one of the greatest, toughest rock records ever: Devil With A Blue Dress. It was the end of the innocence. Widespread drug use was on the horizon.
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28 ***days ***ago
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I remember that time. It was also the Bicentennial Year. It seemed like forever since the Beatles split. It was almost a shock to have Paul actually go on tour. I would have preferred John at the time, but this was pretty cool. Now it's been 51 years since they split. I still haven't seen a former Beatle in concert. If Paul comes around after Covid I'll run to get tickets. It'
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12 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMidnight Toker Worst song Keith has ever performed. An album stinker. Sorry, that is my opinion. No kidding. It's like Mick simply didn't have the power to veto it.
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12 ***days ***ago
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Quotejbwelda I wonder if Mike Love is behind this or profits in any way. jb Why wouldn't he? He wrote or co-wrote a number of BB songs.
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14 ***days ***ago
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They weren't that good at it. Cherry Oh Baby is a misfire. Not till Keith did You Don't Have to Mean It was there a genuine feel.
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QuoteMisterDDDD Not sure one can "not live in fear" and yet not want attend a smaller event with 10 unvaxxed people. Seems the very definition of living in fear to me. Of the "breakthrough cases" no one's dying or getting hospitalized. Better odds of getting food poisoning at the concession stand and getting more seriously ill. The "Sky Is Falling" crowd
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15 ***days ***ago
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No Ronnie, no late stage Rolling Stones. Happy Birthday.
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteIrix Quote24FPS I wish they sold them here in the states so I could browse and see what exactly is available. It would be nice to have a complete list of SHM CDs. On there's at the lower end of their website a headline: "Audiophile media" with a link to all SHM-CDs (currently 2704 entries). Thanks.
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20 ***days ***ago
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I have no idea what all this means. I'd have to listen to each one, blindfolded (or at least not see the label) to determine which is best.
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteToru A Quote24FPS If nothing else, SHM CDs are the clearest CDs I've heard. I have a Steve Winwood Greatest Hits collection. The mono Spencer Davis cuts aren't fantastic, but are probably the best you can hear them. Jimi Hendrix' Are You Experienced sounds out of this world, as does Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti. The Stones Through the Past Darkly isn't specia
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteElmo Lewis In reality, since 1989, the shows are mostly the same (or very similar). The setlist variety is what I generally go for. For example, I wanted "Memory Motel" with no Dave Matthews, so I bought Bremen. Actually, I have bought most of the live releases, as there are usually one or two "rarities". on each. "Emotional Rescue" from Sweet Summer Sun
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21 ***days ***ago
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If nothing else, SHM CDs are the clearest CDs I've heard. I have a Steve Winwood Greatest Hits collection. The mono Spencer Davis cuts aren't fantastic, but are probably the best you can hear them. Jimi Hendrix' Are You Experienced sounds out of this world, as does Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti. The Stones Through the Past Darkly isn't special, as I assume all ABKC
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