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12 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Lots of great closers come to mind (Moonlight Mile, Slipping Away, Fingerprint File) but You Can't Always Get What You Want wins for me. Least favorite is Soul Survivor. I've always thought that Shine a Light and Soul Survivor should be flipped as Shine a Light seems like a natural closer.
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12 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotetreaclefingers Quotestargroover Best Stones live album ever. And it's in my top 5 Stones albums ever Yeah, I'd like to know what went into the initial decision of not releasing this instead of LYL. (I know I'll get a little hate for that, but whatever). Someone probably thought something like, "you know, we should include a few songs from El Mocambo, it really is q
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12 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
If I can only pick 1, I have to go with Gimme Shelter. Such a great build up and a kind of "here we go, get ready" kind of opener. Though Sympathy, Brown Sugar and others accomplish that vibe as well. For least favorite, Sing This All Together.
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30 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
And I know it's been said already but what a testimonial to the power of Bill Wyman. Greatly missed. In all of my Stones shows (22 over 30 years) I only saw Bill once, but glad to have at least seen him once. And of course, it goes without saying.....the almighty Charlie.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteNashvilleBlues The Stones were peaking all over this release. They have had other peaks, but if El Mo isn’t the epitome of rock n roll, I don’t know what is. We need like a TU type key for IORR site. Couldn't agree more with your statement "If this isn't the epitome of rock'n roll I don't know what is". !!! PS I do think there ar
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Good lord, all of the reverb talk. This thing sounds awesome and is awesome. Truly a great release, and possibly now my favorite Wood era live album. Yeah, 'Love You Live' Side 3 sounds more clubby......whatever, this sounds amazing. I am really enjoying it and I'm beyond happy that it's finally out.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteEddieByword Quotefloodonthepage Pre-sale price on Amazon (US) appears to be 29.99 for the 2CD. Seems high based on past similar 2CD releases that've been around 17.99-18.99. I'm still going to buy this one (and really it's worth every penny) just notable that it's so high. Ebay UK has some decent prices from various sellers......... .........Might be worth trying Ebay
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6 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Pre-sale price on Amazon (US) appears to be 29.99 for the 2CD. Seems high based on past similar 2CD releases that've been around 17.99-18.99. I'm still going to buy this one (and really it's worth every penny) just notable that it's so high.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
That picture makes sense for something like Spotify, but for any touring going forward it seems they really should start using a promo shot of the three of them...for the same reason The Who don't have a picture with Keith and John. The band now is the three of them, sad as it is to say....so that's who people are going to see at the show. But that is not airbrushing him out like wh
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8 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Live....by a country (honk) mile.
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteIrix Quotefloodonthepage ...just albums where it feels like every song is a hit or at least very well known... The Rolling Stones - New Studio-Album (in 202x)
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Though I'm not a huges fan, I'd say Boston's debut album. I think every song has had extensive radio play. For me personally...though this wouldn't make my top 5 albums...just albums where it feels like every song is a hit or at least very well known... Prince - Purple Rain Bruce Springsteen - Born in the USA Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Led Zeppelin - Untitled/IV Pink
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotefloodonthepage I used to love the RHCP. Played the hell out of Blood Sugar Sex Magik for years. I saw them in 2000 with the Foo Fighters as opener. A show for the ages. But I don't own any of their stuff anymore and I'd put them on a list (if I were to make a list) of "bands you used to love but now don't ever listen to anymore". I'm not c
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
I used to love the RHCP. Played the hell out of Blood Sugar Sex Magik for years. I saw them in 2000 with the Foo Fighters as opener. A show for the ages. But I don't own any of their stuff anymore and I'd put them on a list (if I were to make a list) of "bands you used to love but now don't ever listen to anymore". I'm not completely sure why this has happened wit
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
The Rolling Stones Bob Dylan Grateful Dead Wilco 2nd tier Miles Davis Joni Mitchell Stevie Wonder Beatles 3rd tier....ok, I'll stop
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
I too have the box set. As VoodooLounge13 said, a nice little item indeed. I have the Charlie signed edition, though believe it or not...I didn't realize it was the signed edition until many years later, having bought the box in high school in 1991 and really just wanting to hear the music.
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Rare Stones originals - Rip This Joint, Torn and Frayed, Dance (Part 1), Worried About You (Aragon Ballroom, Chicago - 2002) Rare cover - Walk and Don't Look Back (Aragon Ballroom, Chicago - 2002)
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
One of my favorite interviews with Mick (done by Kurt Loder) was on the set of Freejack in Atlanta.
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedoitywoik Quotebye bye johnny Exclusive: Stones Plan to Record With New Drummer Steve Jordan Keith Richards talks about the making of his newly reissued solo classic ‘Main Offender’ and much more on Rolling Stone Music Now By Brian Hiatt March 17, 2022 Richards reveals that reports of Charlie Watts finishing work on the Stones’ long-in-the-works next studio album before his death a
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Funny enough I saw it on opening night, which was my birthday (and Mick Taylor's). 1/17. I went with two friends, one of whom fell asleep during the movie.
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Apparent "Paywall" so I can't see it, but thanks for posting. I was recently listening to my vinyl copy of Herbie Hancock's 'Future Shock' album and I had never noticed that Bernard is on it. I guess that was my first record with Bernard contributions instead of 'She's the Boss', as I have always thought.
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Indeed, quite an uninspired album cover. I realize the tongue logo is quite iconic and recognizable and I'm quite a fan of it, but much like my feelings about Blue and Lonesome's cover, the choice is quite uninspired and lacking in imagination. Luckily the contents of both Blue and Lonesome and El Mocambo are far more inspired than the album art packaging such inspiration.
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotemicha063 QuoteMr. Jimi Quote24FPS QuoteLeonidP LYL is lame? ... blasphemy!! But true. The first incarnation of the Vegas Stones. Interesting, how so? I'm not a big 75/76 guy or LYL guy, but during this period they were sometimes on and sometimes crap, but definitely still rock and roll as opposed to 1989 to present. Please explain, learn me Of course in 1975 the music culture had
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quoteoldschool QuoteProfessorWolf Quoteoldschool Quoteexilestones QuoteProfessorWolf also i'd love to see the rejected ya ya's cover by ethan russell incorporated in the album art in someway if not the album cover its self Can you post a pic of the rejected cover,please? This project could make a profit for sure if it was available for download only. I know that's not the poin
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quote24FPS It's interesting to read people who came to the Stones late in the party. They don't hear what long time fans hear. Which is fine. Except for the radio singles in the 60s, I wasn't aware of the group's album cuts until later. Personally I consider the group as a meaningful studio creature to have ended with Steel Wheels. Everything after was below their previous out
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteCooltoplady Seems like a lot of people listen with their eyes. I’m not saying Prince isn’t a great guitarist but people want to be entertained. Put EC to n a room with Prince and EC would show him a few things. With all respect and I can't speak for others, I am not listening with my eyes. And with continued respect, Eric couldn't show Prince much of anything except for his recor
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedcba QuoteSpud He's always given the impression of being one of life's "Labradors". as well as being a clever calculator? I mean he landed the best gig in the rock'n roll despite facing a rough competition... (how many guitarists have over the years approached Mick, telling him they'd do a much better job than this "clown"). Don't undere
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
I vaguely recall that Ronnie took Mick's sunglasses and ran around the stage with them (behind Charlies's riser even?) in Madison, WI USA on the Voodoo Lounge Tour in August 1994. Not quite the same as grabbing a crotch, but his own style of antics.
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteTheGreek Quotefloodonthepage Quotedmay Don't know why people are still going on about Clapton. He became boring quite some time ago. Regarding Prince, he could rock like hell and was a very good guitar player. I love him here in the tribute to George when he shows 'em how it should be done. A little arrogant display, yes, at the end with the idea "that's how it's don
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4 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedmay Don't know why people are still going on about Clapton. He became boring quite some time ago. Regarding Prince, he could rock like hell and was a very good guitar player. I love him here in the tribute to George when he shows 'em how it should be done. A little arrogant display, yes, at the end with the idea "that's how it's done motherf*ckers" but gawd how
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