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Quotediverseharmonics Mick Avory died yesterday and no one cared about that either. Mick Avory is alive and well, that is why no once cares that he "died".
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5 ***days ***ago
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I used Vivid Seats with no problems for the Zip Code Tour in '15. They were definitely cheaper than Stub Hub and some others, but since '15 I've discovered www.tickpick.com and I think I'll try to use them going forward. They're deal is that the price you see is the price you pay, no fees. At first I thought, well...they probably build the fees into the price, and ma
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6 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSomeGuy One could argue that Page nicked the art of nicking from Harrison as it were. Seriously, quoting an existing song in your own song is not stealing but, well, quoting. No infringement of copyright there, and a phenomenon that is as old as music -and art in general- itself. On behalf of all the musicians who were never able to defend their work, either because they had passed a
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6 ***days ***ago
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Quotesittinonafence Wholeheartedly agree about 1970! I went back and started re-listening to what's available from 1970. Great, great tour. First tour with Bobby Keys, Roll Over Beethoven, Let it Rock, first Brown Sugar, Dead Flowers and Taylor really settling in. I can't believe they did not record any of these shows professionally. Can anyone confirm? Plenty of differences from the
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15 ***days ***ago
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Quotespunky Hyde Park 69 is released as a From The Vault release in the U.S. on Blu-Ray. The DVD/Bluray is not the complete show. I think the point being made is that, short of the 2CD bootleg, Hyde Park '69 has not been officially released as a full show.
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15 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTumblinDice76 Being realistic here, we know Atlantic City '89 is coming and St. Louis '97 is coming. We can assume Paris or Knebworth (or both) from '76 are coming. No one as far as I know has ever confirmed that El Macambo exists in an uncut form. Seems odd that they haven't released it yet. I also assume they will release something from the Four Flicks era (2003-200
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15 ***days ***ago
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Quotespunky What about a warm up club gig box set? With: Chicago Double Door 1997, Toronto Palais Royale 2002 and Toronto Phoenix Club 2005 It'd be kinda cool if they boxed El Mocambo with Toronto '02 and '05!
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16 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
The Eels
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16 ***days ***ago
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I would love to go into my shows for this tour unaware of what to expect, but it'll be especially hard this time around...since I'm going to the Chicago shows at the end. Traditionally I love to track the tour, watch streams, etc., but I see the value in trying to shut it out. I just don't think I'll be able to. Alas! I certainly experienced some surprise in '97 when
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20 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Forgive me if this has come up before, perhaps closer to the release of the album, but from what I've seen, pretty much everywhere on the web refers to Keith's compilation as "Vintage Vinos" when it seems clear and obvious to me that it would (and should) be called "Vintage Winos". Even the way the "V" in Vintage actually connects with the (reported) &qu
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Quotefloodonthepage QuoteGasLightStreet Quotefloodonthepage The first group that comes to mind is U2. It seems that their albums and tours are no longer cultural appointments. I suppose the same could be true about the Stones, in terms of stature among younger generations, in comparing, for example, the craze for Stones tickets in '72 or even '81 vs. now. But o
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20 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedoitywoik Different chord progression, slightly similar vibe. Quoting myself (we discussed this already a year ago): Quotedoitywoik ..., there are similarities but IMHO "Cried Out" could as well exist as a song in its own right. Cried Out has a riff that isn't there in Laugh (although it sounds like I heard it before). Also the opening chord change in the verse isn'
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30 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Some Girls is 6th for me I guess. I had to write it out to visualize it. 1.Sticky Fingers 2.Exile on Main Street 3.Let it Bleed 4.Beggars Banquet 5.Tattoo You 6.Some Girls 7.Goat's Head Soup 8.It's Only Rock and Roll 9.Black and Blue 10.Aftermath ......
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21 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotefloodonthepage The first group that comes to mind is U2. It seems that their albums and tours are no longer cultural appointments. I suppose the same could be true about the Stones, in terms of stature among younger generations, in comparing, for example, the craze for Stones tickets in '72 or even '81 vs. now. But of course, I would say the Stones stature
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22 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quoterogerriffin Quotefloodonthepage Man, "Cried Out" needs to come out. it was released on abiggerbang as "Laugh, i nearly died" That is an opinion that has been debated on this forum, one I do not agree with at all, though as with many songs, they have similarities.
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22 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Man, "Cried Out" needs to come out.
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22 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
The first group that comes to mind is U2. It seems that their albums and tours are no longer cultural appointments. I suppose the same could be true about the Stones, in terms of stature among younger generations, in comparing, for example, the craze for Stones tickets in '72 or even '81 vs. now. But of course, I would say the Stones stature is quite secure, being an obsessed fan
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23 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
It's their first U.S. Stadium tour in FOUR years, not 5. Maybe it seems like small potatoes, but these things should matter. "Rolling Stone" has really fallen off in recent years. I had been a subscriber for decades and cancelled it a few years ago.
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23 ***days ***ago
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For me, all of Keith's albums are better than any of Mick's. "Wandering Spirit" initially felt like a very good album, but as time has passed, it now seems thin. The soul is lacking with Jimmy Ripp, et al., whereas Keith's overall sound on his albums has proven more sustaining for me. That said, yes..in my opinion..."Wandering Spirit" is his best solo album,
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24 ***days ***ago
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Quotejumpontopofmebaby Well as of right now I am back in! Mom is a little better and getting a little stronger and being well cared for so being gone one night will be ok. My concert buddy that went with me to see Neil solo in St. Louis is now also in. That’s the good news. The bad news is the temperature OUCH. High negative 5. My nads will shrink up the size of tennis balls when they ge
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27 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Benjamin Booker was the opener, according to the venue website, but I didn't go so I don't know about set times. And still no response from my Minneapolis people, I'm sorry to say.
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28 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Alright, sounds good. Good luck. So far, I am striking out with my contacts.
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28 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Re: Will Call.......true, that could be a problem. I didn't think of that. Maybe just if they're left in your name? Maybe I'll hold off until you try the ticket office one more time?
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28 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
OK, I'm on it. Sorry the venue isn't more cooperative, given your reason. There's what's right and there's what's right.
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28 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
OK, you got it. I'm sorry about your mother. Yes, definitely real good reason. I'll let you know what I find out. I'm guessing they are in the $200 range? (thats what front section is going for here in Milwaukee, anyway).
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28 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
jumpontopofmebaby, I grew up in Minneapolis and I have friends there. I can reach out to them if you'd like? Sorry, sounds like a frustrating situation. I've seen Neil both solo and with Crazy Horse a few times over the years, always a good show...sorry you can't use tix.
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28 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
From 2:35 to the end of the song "100 Years Ago" is one of my favorite stretch of minutes in all the Stones recorded hours. Just killer. The sax break near the end of "Coming Down Again", likewise. "Winter" is one of my favorite Stones ballads. "Winter", "100 Years Ago" and "Coming Down Again" are definitely my 3 favs on the al
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
I used to love Led Zeppelin. Now I just like them very much. When that first box set of theirs came out in 1990, there was about 6 months where they replaced the Stones as my favorite band. Of course, I had only become a Stones fan in 1989 at the age of 15, so there were many musical distractions, distractions that didn't hold up. The Stones have been #1 ever since. It didn't help that
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
This thread reminded me of one of my favorite interviews with Jagger done back in 1991 with Kurt Loder of MTV. I remember taping it on our VCR. Jagger mentions Zeppelin only in passing, in response to Loder's question about musical trends across generations. Mick says something like "a lot of guys like Zeppelin", so you don't get a sense of his personal opinions. Anyway,
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteKurt Quotefloodonthepage Yeah, and the $125's in the 300 level have become $115. Ugh. Well, my ticket for Chi #2 is still better than what is available at those prices, but still, kinda frustrating. I will definitely be waiting before buying for Chicago #1. Hey flood, Pick up the phone and call Ticketmaster... they might be able to exchange your ticket or give you a refund if y
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