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QuoteKevinM Quotefloodonthepage Too many to list and I've got most of the stubs in plastic baseball card type pages in a binder, but highlights that come to mind Rolling Stones x22 (1989-2019): including great seats/memories at - 7th Row - February 15, 1999 @ Target Center, Minneapolis, MN. G/A three people back from stage - September 16, 2002 @ The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL. (w
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2 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Too many to list and I've got most of the stubs in plastic baseball card type pages in a binder, but highlights that come to mind Rolling Stones x22 (1989-2019): including great seats/memories at - 7th Row - February 15, 1999 @ Target Center, Minneapolis, MN. G/A three people back from stage - September 16, 2002 @ The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL. (w/ Dr. John, Shemekia Copeland an
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7 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
I think he's great. I like some of his solo stuff better than any of his work in his various bands. The solo albums are just him in his candy store doing whatever...although I suppose that's true in his band work, too. He is carrying blues-based rock on his shoulders in many ways, along with Gary Clark, Jr. I love his respect and knowledge of blues legends and even his interest in re
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16 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
The most negative departure...Bill Wyman. Brian Jones is unquestionably important, but he was already withering upon his departure and the band's biggest works were (mostly) yet to come. Mick Taylor is outstanding, but that core guitar in Keith never left, and "Some Girls", one of their best, is on Ronnie's watch. When Bill left, that was the most negative void as tha
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17 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
I loved it when it came out and I still love it today, though admittedly I don't listen to it often anymore. I'm sure glad it exists though. Jagger's vocals on "All of Your Love" in particular made me stare in amazement at my speakers. It reminded me of the first time I heard "Jamming with Edward". Pure primal Jagger. And as has been mentioned, Keith and Ronn
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21 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteRockman Brown recorded six sides at a 1930 recording session in Grafton, Wisconsin. They were released on three 78-rpm shellac discs, of which only one has been found. I live about 30 minutes from Grafton. That was wild floating through the posts and seeing this.
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21 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Well, I'm a sucker I guess. I'll buy the single disc. Sure I have it, but the book-style packaging (ala the Talk is Cheap reissue) looks good and I haven't been spending nearly as much money this year, with no concerts to attend. Although, it's a just a remaster? Not a new mix? Hmmmm....maybe I won't. It really doesn't make much sense I suppose. Ah, to hell wit
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22 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Well, certainly a Blu-Ray of a PPV TV event won't look much better than a DVD of a PPT TV event, if at all...but the sound certainly stands to be better.
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22 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedonvis I wonder why they would censor their own release of someone pulling their top up it’s not like it’s being shown on TV. True, yeah I know...but I can see why they might do that if they are trying to clean it up, whereas some of these other shot switchouts don't seem to have any reason at all.
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23 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Wow....I watched the Blu-Ray last night and listened to the CDs over the last couple days....and after decades of listening to Swinging Pig, this was a great improvement. I've listened to this show countless times over the years, so the mixing changes were clear, which sometimes made me feel like "hey, what???" but for the most part it was a positive "hey, what".....like
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24 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Yikes, a lot of what I'm reading makes me relieved I didn't get the super deluxe, even though I was really tempted as is this an all-time show for me. I guess I'll just have to make sure my blu-ray plays properly.
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27 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteGivenToFly15 I have the 4-cd swinging pig. This is a very serious upgrade. I too have the 4CD Swinging Pig set....and from what I'm reading here, I can maybe get rid of it....minus perhaps the 4th disc for the pre/post-show stuff and rare tracks including those Toronto songs, as I did not buy the $100 deluxe 'Steel Wheels Live' but just the 2CD/Blu Ray. And I have a boot of
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29 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Just pre-ordered the BR/2CD set. Very excited. It was my first "boot" back in '89 when I recorded it on VHS and then off of the radio. My VHS box has Stones news clippings scotch taped to the case. I'll have to find it.
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30 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
1) GHS (the new Martin mix is a revelation and finally having a cleaned up Criss Cross) 2) Sticky Fingers (extended Bitch is killer as is the Roundhouse stuff! And a complete Leeds..my boot was missing a couple songs) 3) Some Girls (as widely mentioned, bonus disc is great on it's own) 4) Exile (distant 4th place. a few good extras but then following the river, Title 5...UGH).
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6 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
The Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me
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6 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotelonglongwinter Fake news, he's not in a coma, he's in the hospital and on the mend...he will be fine. Stop with the panic porn The Huffington Post is not "panic porn". Nor are countless other sources reporting the same news with a simple google search....including the afore mentioned Jamaican Gleaner.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedubclub The inner sleeve says "Mixed by Bob Clarmountain" and "Mastering Engineer: Stephen Marcussen". I guess it´s about the vinyl mastering. Really, they wrote Clarmountain Maybe a cousin.... Ha, ok....thanks! And of course, mixing and mastering aren't the same so I shouldn't be throwing these words around so loosely anyway. I guess I should look at who
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6 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedubclub I haven´t listen to the records yet, so i can´t say anything about the sound quality. The package and all four records, i´m talking about the 4 LP Set, are looking great. On the Brussels Affair is no hint that Giles Martin was involved. Stephen Marcussen was listed as Mastering Engineer. And it´s really, sometimes the pictures don´t lie, a 4 LP SET.....no extras (Book, Poster
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8 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotejiggysawdust It’s too bad they don’t hire someone to remix using a sample/loop of Charlie drums and having Bill add a bassline from home, actually making it a Rolling Stones track. I haven't heard any complaints about Happy - a song with only two Stones-members... Yes, but Keith plays guitar and bass on Happy and Jimmy Miller who also drums on other Stones so
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteRockman But it is a fun song. Well that cant be a bad thing For its what we all need at this moment .........
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
As has been pointed out, without the greatest rhythm section in rock and roll (imho) it's hard for me to truly call this a Stones song, but more of a fun studio session that Mick and Keith had with Page. I put 'Scarlet' more in the 'Pay, Pack and Follow' department. But it is a fun song.
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2 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
In the pre-show portion of the original pay-per-view for Atlantic City 12/19/89 ("Terrifying") when asked what was the highlight of the tour, Bill Wyman said "the Concorde home"
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
I was born in '74 (same birthday as Mick Taylor...different year of course), so I've always had an affinity for the IORR album and that cover art. And figured my feelings would flood on the page (board) afterall.
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
No. But my first records (cassettes) were 'Steel Wheels' and 'Still Life' and I went into 1989 with a vague/general knowledge of them (specifically 'Start Me Up') and Mick in his knee pads, tights, and Joe Namath jersey.
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotelougio Reality has really set in today. Greg would be flying in from Syracuse any day now and we would be getting ready for the July 5th show in Tampa. Had great seats 3 rows up at the corner of the stage on Keith’s side. Instead I’m laying in bed with the Corona virus. What the @#$%& happened to our world. How could we ever let it get this bad in the USA. I guess I never knew that I w
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotethkbeercan Quotethkbeercan Quotefloodonthepage QuoteHairball Quotefloodonthepage Quoteloog droog QuoteHairball Quotefloodonthepage QuoteHairball Quoteslewan Quotefloodonthepage Seems the expanded edition of Tell Tale Signs (CD edition) is available for $40 on Amazon (US) where? Link? Nowhere to be seen on Amazon (US)- floodonthepage must be confusing it with the something else. No Hai
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
Quoteironbelly Quotefloodonthepage The SHM-CD "It's Only Rock n Roll" also has a longer "Time Waits for No One" (no fade out) I believe? Yes. But not all of them. Only those that originated from 2011 DSD flat transfer from original master tapes by Mike McKenna and Richard Whittaker at the FX Copyroom. There are SHM-CD editions of "It's Only Rock n Roll"
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
The SHM-CD "It's Only Rock n Roll" also has a longer "Time Waits for No One" (no fade out) I believe?
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
I bought SHM-CD "It's Only Rock n Roll" for the slower 'Fingerprint File'. I still can't get used to it though!
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3 ***months ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteHairball Quotefloodonthepage Quoteloog droog QuoteHairball Quotefloodonthepage QuoteHairball Quoteslewan Quotefloodonthepage Seems the expanded edition of Tell Tale Signs (CD edition) is available for $40 on Amazon (US) where? Link? Nowhere to be seen on Amazon (US)- floodonthepage must be confusing it with the something else. No Hairball, I am not...look harder. and now it app
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