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2 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
Quotedrewmaster QuoteIrix Quotedrewmaster Elton has NOT said it's his "last ever UK show". "We are incredibly excited to announce that Elton John will headline the Pyramid Stage on Sunday night at Glastonbury 2023, for what will be the final UK show of his last ever tour." - . "Final UK show of his last ever tour" is not the same as "last eve
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2 ***days ***ago
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QuotePaddy I saw him back to back nights in 2019, Neil, his guitars, his harmonica, his pianos, and organs. He was walking around between the keys and picking out different guitars according to whatever mood struck him. It’s a privilege to watch that. I saw him at the Tower Theater 2 back to back nights and it was literally exactly what you described and I couldn't stop telling people about
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5 ***days ***ago
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Absolutely devastating. Nothing against the "cool" women in rock N roll: Stevie Nicks, Pat Benetar, Grace Slick. But to me, the pinnacle of rock N roll women was Christine McVie. She wasn't the most attractive one (but was still beautiful) so she never sold her sex as the appeal (not criticizing the others that did; flaunt it if and while you've got it) and she could just damn
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5 ***days ***ago
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Its always gonna be Mick Taylor, but thankfully Ronnie is a joy to watch and just such a fun guy. The guy they truly needed all these years. And without Keith you don't have the riffs. Brian was also a genius in his own way, seeing things none of the other 3 could have ever dreamed of at the time he was around and at that age. But its always Taylor. For no other reason than he was on the
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5 ***days ***ago
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Its an interesting tour, in many ways. I'm excited, but a lot of strange, but I'm sure well thought out choices. The new Pantera is the most obvious one in terms of openers. All the others are kinda on the same level-ish, but Pantera is just too big to be one of their openers. Not that it overshadows Metallica, but it does feel unfair to other places that don't get them. OR, bec
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21 ***days ***ago
RollingFreak
QuoteWorriedAboutYou Rod Stewart is a constant disappointment, But boy, he used to have the greatest voice.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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What a great setlist: 1. Jumpin' Jack Flash 2. Live With Me 3. Neighbours 4. Hand of Fate 5. No Expectations 6. Beast of Burden 7. Stray Cat Blues 8. Dance Pt. 1 9. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (with Solomon Burke) 10. That's How Strong My Love Is 11. Going to a Go-Go 12. Thru and Thru 13. You Don't Have to Mean It 14. Can't You Hear Me Knocking (with Jim K
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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The interview was good yesterday but if you want to hear the Stern show talking about Bruce in their prime, its this: (6 minutes in) As a huge Bruce fan, this has always been the best thing. Gotta have a sense of humor.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
RollingFreak
RIP now. Very sad
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Powerage has always been far and away their greatest album IMO.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Unfortunately, I don't think AC/DC hasn't put out a good ALBUM since Back In Black. And thats not meant to be a hater or anything, I'm a huge fan, but they've sucked for the most part besides a couple songs on each album. I think I've heard every record. For Those About To Rock had the title track, Fly On The Wall had Sink The Pink and Shake Your Foundations (and the titl
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotecrholmstrom QuoteVoodooLounge13 I think I actually prefer the film version of Western Stars to the album version. I'm usually a big fan of his acoustic stuff, but IDK for some reason this one didn't hit with me, but the orchestral versions sound better. I'm with you on that one. I'd almost rather see him tour something like that than with E Street band. Cost would prob
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteSonicDreamer Based on the Wembley Stadium show, I think Dave Grohl used the Tribute gig to trial several possible short-list drummers, to continue the Foo Fighters with. Cheers, SonicD Possibly, but what makes you say this? Obviously they needed to have drummers perform for the tribute... Of course, but I think as obvious as that is, it is also obvious that if you
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Quoterattler2004 …there are a few drawbacks too. The keyboard swells in Dogs lacks the bite. And the Gilmore guitar solo after the line ‘at heart everyone’s a killer!’lacks the force of the original. K, just listened to Dogs and you were absolutely spot on with all of your assessments, especially those drawbacks. Cracked up at the "everyone's a killer" cause your comment
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Very interesting. Its in my favorites of theirs (honestly, most albums tie at the top for me) so I'll definitely be curious to take a listen! Thanks for the notes.
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2 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Does it really sound any different?
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers Quotegeorgie48 It's nice to read that Julian has found his way back to music. For sure he has inherited some of his dad's talents. I learned that he is the proud owner of the original sitar that Brian Jones used during the recording of Paint It Black (Brian owned a couple more). He could use the sitar to add a special sound to his music. Brian would have loved the i
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quoteds1984 Ringo got the job because he was the best available drummer that fitted the band. And what risk did he take? He was in with a band that just got a recording contract. Right time, right place to go. They did not need a virtuoso, they just needed a good enough drummer. No single Beatle is a virtuoso but at least two are geniuses. We're still shitting on Ringo? They lov
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3 ***months ***ago
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So weird lol. Again, loved my show and it was great hearing those Traffic songs but I absolutely expected stuff like You Can All Join In as opposed to Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys that was so long after he left. Didn't know if he has a reason for it. Either way, he's lived an interesting life and been a part of a lot of legendary projects. Would be super interesting in hearing his take
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3 ***months ***ago
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Thats very cool! I saw him a few years ago do his Traffic Jam show and it was great! He was also randomly playing the middle of a casino I was in in Atlantic City. Great night staying at the table watching him play. I was always curious: his Traffic show was filled with songs he never played. When I saw him he played 40,000 Headmen, Pearly Queen, Rock And Roll Stew, Low Spark Of High Heeled Bo
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3 ***months ***ago
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I just recently went through the Buffalo Springfield's catalogue. I've always thought the first one is fine, the second one Again is a straight up masterpiece. The perfect amalgamation of what this band was, with everyone firing on all cylinders. Just a great 30-40 minutes of music. That one's the legacy as this article rightly points out. I forgot how uneven Last Time Around is
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3 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
She's been on and off sick for awhile now. Very very sad, but honestly glad she can be out of pain and stress. She will be missed because 73 is far too young.
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteElmo Lewis Looks like Wynonna was there. Correct, she's in the background of the thumbnail of the video lol.
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4 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Quoteroryfaninva The definitive live version from 1994- video: This is equally brilliant:
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4 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
QuoteTopi QuoteRollingFreak The fact that you'd go anywhere near $500 face is the problem right there by the way. You're writing this on a Stones forum! Oh I'm aware! Its always been true!
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4 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
The fact that you'd go anywhere near $500 face is the problem right there by the way.
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5 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
So nothing is extra on this, right? No live or outtakes? Just a remix and liner notes?
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5 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Is he actually singing any of this though lol? Just ribbing him, happy that Roger has continued to age well and still go out there and do this, even if I did wish he could still sing live. I really like Dave's guitar there.
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5 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Quotebye bye johnny ZZ Top Plan New Music With Dusty Hill’s Replacement: Exclusive Matt Wardlaw June 19, 2022 I mean its hardly really news, at least to the point where I understand why THATS the headline. They continued on like literally the next day after he died and said as much. This isn't "continuing the tour" then seeing where it goes. This is "he's dead,
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5 ***months ***ago
RollingFreak
Def Leppard are surprisingly still pretty big. They usually headline the tours they do, and even as a fan, I'm truly surprised they have as big a following as they still do.
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