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6 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTaylor1 What is the mood like in Italy with the team not making the World Cup again. Has there been a decline in the quality of Italian soccer Mood is good. Personally I don't miss the world cup. Not THIS world cup! C
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8 ***days ***ago
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Don't know you, but this time I just can't connect with the show. C
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13 ***days ***ago
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QuoteRocky Dijon Matt already has production credits on FOUR NEW LICKS (3 tracks), A BIGGER BANG (2 tracks), "Doom and Gloom," and "Living in a Ghost Town." It is expected. Much of what Mick has done this century in the studio is in partnership with Matt. Which are all pretty good tracks on my book! Matt is a talent. The only time I could have done without his contributi
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14 ***days ***ago
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Quoteironbelly This is rather complex problem. One can not answer it in simple and short words. Decca - London period CDs were issued and re-issued multiple times in different countries and by different companies. For example, CD The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones was re-issued/re-pressed in Germany between 1984 and 1994 at least 20 times (if you only consider combination booklet-back cove
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14 ***days ***ago
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Ok Voodoo, checked Bridges is not gatefold, while Blue and Lonesome is. C
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14 ***days ***ago
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I am trying to put some order in my music with the help of Discogs, but I find it extremely hard to identify what I have, especially the early Decca cds. I am not a collector, I simply bought whatever I found from time to time at normal music stores (when we still had them). Mainly here in Milan where I live, but also around the world when on vacation. In the early days, CDs were quite expensi
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14 ***days ***ago
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QuoteVoodooLounge13 Quoteliddas QuoteVoodooLounge13 QuoteUrbanSteel There was also a vinyl box in Italy. THE ROLLING STONES VINYL COLLECTION La Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere della Sera present the Rolling Stones vinyl discography for the first time. From Aftermath to Blue & Lonesome, the band's first album composed entirely of blues songs, passing through masterpieces such as Let
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14 ***days ***ago
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QuoteVoodooLounge13 QuoteUrbanSteel There was also a vinyl box in Italy. THE ROLLING STONES VINYL COLLECTION La Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere della Sera present the Rolling Stones vinyl discography for the first time. From Aftermath to Blue & Lonesome, the band's first album composed entirely of blues songs, passing through masterpieces such as Let it Bleed, Exile on Main St., Be
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5 ***weeks ***ago
liddas
QuoteSpud Oh for the days of general admission ...when you were in control of your own destiny Sage words!!! C
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDoxa Well, in official version one can hear Bill and Charlie more distinctively, but by the cost of the massive sounding guitars that dominate the scene on bootlegs. Especially Taylor's lead guitar has lost quite a lot of its presence. It could be that the official offers a more balanced account what actually happens on stage, but I totally fell in love what I heard first time in BEDS
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6 ***weeks ***ago
liddas
Saw them yesterday in Milano. Worst PA I've ever heard, just an ear bleed loud wall of distorted sound! Pity, because despite all the things that have been written on this reunion, the band was in top form. Of the new ones, I particularly liked the new drummer and KB player. If you love the Crowes - as I do - you won't be let down! C
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteSpud Quoteliddas I have the feeling that the last tours with Jordan changed things and that they will try to record new a set of songs with the current band (with maybe only one song dedicated to Charlie as they did on DW for Ian) and leave in the cans whatever has been done until now. Don't know, but on one hand, to continue working on old material with Charlie might not be easy fro
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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I have the feeling that the last tours with Jordan changed things and that they will try to record new a set of songs with the current band (with maybe only one song dedicated to Charlie as they did on DW for Ian) and leave in the cans whatever has been done until now. Don't know, but on one hand, to continue working on old material with Charlie might not be easy from an emotional point o
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8 ***weeks ***ago
liddas
Bring On The Night is a superb album. Darryl was also part of the studio band with which Sting recorded Dream of the Blue turtles. From Sting's own website ""First of all there's Branford Marsalis, who isn't good at anything. Then there's Omar, who thinks he's a good drummer but really he's nowhere as good as me. But I like him. Then there's Darr
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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At this point, I would be happy if we had at least one recording from each tour up to 1990. So far we are missing: Any concert that can do justice to the US 72 tour - including Stevie's set a second CD A good 1973 Pacific Tour recording A complete Europe 76 concert As jigsaw69 noted above, a good 1990 Urban Jungle concert. Of course, a massive release of finished or unfini
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2 ***months ***ago
liddas
Will it be distributed in Europe? C
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2 ***months ***ago
liddas
Quoteemotionalbarbecue Darryl Jones seems a good, honest, person. And an extraordinary bass player. Technically he may be light years ahead. BUT....he is not Wyman. We all know how keith has propelled the band on stage. But no Wyman no charlie means no stones sound (as far as I understand/feel/experience it). Wyman adds an distintive feel to stones music. Unreacheable by anyone other than Bill
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2 ***months ***ago
liddas
I know I state the obvious, but there is not such a thing as a bad Stones tour. And if there ever was one, for sure that's not the 75 tour!!! C
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quote24FPS Tell me what great bass accomplishments Mr. Jones has brought to the Stones? Give me a great example of his work. What does "great bass accomplishments" mean for you? And how do you define a "rock bassist"? How does "tension" describe a good bass player? I can't think of a more distant adjective to describe Bill's playing! No emotion in
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2 ***months ***ago
liddas
When the occasional anti-DW thread pops up here, I feel an urge to play my old worn out LP bought on release date: I still enjoy it a lot, I still love the cover art (sooner or later I will by myself one of those suits!) I still can't nail Keith's guitar fills on Sleep Tonight (one of his best ballads). I don't even skip winning ugly and back to zero anymore It's no Exile
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2 ***months ***ago
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He is extremely eclectic, and his works with Dylan and U2 is clear enough evidence that he could also handle a "stones sound" quite well. Among his later works, I highly recommend his collaborations with Rocco de Luca, Mercy and Rocco de Luca above all! C
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2 ***months ***ago
liddas
I've always wondered if the release of Layla had any impact on Exile (a part the obvious connection Bobby Whitlock/Just Want To See His Face). Very similar concepts, although, of course, also very different works. Yet, I was always curious. C
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTopi What can he say? The only comment Bruce's camp has made on this matter was what Jon Landau Management said back in July. My wallet is very happy to know that the Rolling Stones are the only pop musicians "universally regarded as among the very greatest artists of generation" (to use Landau's words) who I am still interested in following .. C
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3 ***months ***ago
liddas
This thread made me curious: did they ever play a BAD version of Rambler? At times they might have rushed it, others they might have sounded on autopilot, but a true train wreck? For me, always a highlight of every show I've seen or boot I've listened C
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3 ***months ***ago
liddas
Wasn't the speed issue something related to the old PAL / NTSC formats of VHS cassettes? C
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3 ***months ***ago
liddas
Got his Roll Away the Stone back in the late 90s and truly loved it! Then I somehow forgot about until sometime early this summer - coincidence? I was trying to put some order in my CDs and Roll Away popped up. I gave it a spin, and sure it was a good one! C
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3 ***months ***ago
liddas
Quotewiredallnight QuoteNICOS QuoteJustin Can't these mixes be done at home by anyone who has those crazy softwares that can isolate any frequency you want thereby creating any mix you want..? YES And it would be sooo nice if people would keep them for themselves and not distribute them anywhere... Why? C
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4 ***months ***ago
liddas
Doesn't say who plays bass on SWH, but good read on Jim Barber! C [...] Later, Alan Rogan, guitar technician with the Who, called Jimi. 'How would you like to work with the Rolling Stones?' Jimi reckons that he didn't want to do it at first. He felt it was out of his depth — looking after and tuning up somewhere around 35 guitars on a European tour for '
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4 ***months ***ago
liddas
QuoteMathijs Quoteliddas Last night I was trying to figure out how to play a couple of licks Keith plays in his SWH solo (the opening and last lick of the second part) but ended picking up the bass to play along with Bill's line. I find it absolutely superb. In general, I love his late period with the Stones. Unfortunately he doesn't play much on the Undercover album, and is alm
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4 ***months ***ago
liddas
QuoteBowieStone Pretty sure that’s Robbie Shakespeare on bass on Undercover of the night. I remember Bill taking the credit somewhere. By memory the undercover bassline is not too far away from the Rock and the hard place one (which is 100% bill). I have not compared the outtakes with the released version. Could it be that Robbie overdubbed some bass licks (the repeated one that you hear duri
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