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14 ***days ***ago
Chacho
I attended a show in each of the US/American tours: 1969, 1972, 1975, and 1981. I remember Ian Stewart in the 1975 and 1981 tour shows, however my online research says he played the 1969 tour, and 1972 tour on a few songs in some shows. As for 1969, too many years have passed, and I do not remember whether or not I saw him. In 1972, I definitely remember Nicky Hopkins, but do not re
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Chacho
The last time I listened to anything was 4 days ago in my car. Album: "Storms Of Life" by Randy Travis.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Chacho
It'll be a high of 66º F. and a low of 43º F. today at my location in North America. That's a high of 18.890º C. and a low of 6.110º C.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Chacho
I became a Rolling Stones fan on Novermber 7, 1969. I have now been a Rolling Stones fan for 51 years, 2 months, and 5 days, (as of January 12, 2021). I am 51 in Stones Fan Years.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
Chacho
Emotional Rescue was NOT ranked at the top! It was ranked at the bottom. Their list goes from worst to best. It seems some people are confused here. ============================================ However, I stick by my previous post, above, that this review is BS. And speaking of Emotional Rescue; I find myself listening to that album more than Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers,
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8 ***weeks ***ago
Chacho
I daresay, I bunch of BS! I am in almost total disagreement with their assessment. At least with Rolling Stone Magazine's music reviews, I can 80% agree with. Furthermore, I have never even heard of Classic Rock Magazine.
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2 ***months ***ago
Chacho
My THREE favorite album covers are: 1. Sticky Fingers 2. Tattoo You 3. Love You Live
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2 ***months ***ago
Chacho
I was 29 at the time and listening to WNEW FM out of New York City when I heard DJ Vince Scelsa announce the news. I believe that I have a cassette tape of that announcement, that I set rolling within one minute of the beginning of it.
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2 ***months ***ago
Chacho
In my opinion, and listed in order of greatness: 1. The Doors 2. Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band 3. The Band (are they really "American" though) 4. Creedence Clearwater Revival 5. The Grateful Dead
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3 ***months ***ago
Chacho
My top 7, rated in order of impact had (at time of release): 1. "Get Yer Ya Ya's Out" 2. "Sticky Fingers" 3. "Exile On Main Street" 4. "Tatoo You" 5. "Emotional Rescue" 6. "Some Girls" 7. "Let It Bleed"
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3 ***months ***ago
Chacho
Quoteglimmertwin1 We all get old(er) and our hearing worse all the time. I can tell 128 / s mp3s still -> they are very bad. 16bit / 44kHz <-> HighDefinition / the second a tad better for sure - you will need a very good Stereo. I would agree that 128 kbps sounds poor. I could tell the difference between 128 and 192, but I could not tell the difference above 192 kbps.
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3 ***months ***ago
Chacho
And the frequencies of music that can be heard by the human ear diminish drastically with age. If you are over 50 it is probably a waste of money to even think about Blu ray. If you are 20, then it is another story. As an example, I took a test to see what bit rate of mp3 I was able to hear, and I could not tell the difference between 196 kbps and Flac. So all the files on my mp3 player are 1
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3 ***months ***ago
Chacho
"American Beauty" and "Workingman's Dead" are the 2 Grateful Dead albums that I have on my mp3 player, although I have a few other 1970s albums on vinyl also. I also have a live concert I got off of a Dead webpage. Apparently they recorded most of their concerts and they are now on a webpage for free download. I attended the concert at Berkeley Community Thea
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4 ***months ***ago
Chacho
QuoteChester QuoteRonnierocks I only knew a couple of songs in advance from "born to run". I was only 16 and would and see pretty much everything at that venue. When I see Bruce live now, I always think he looks better than when he played Hammersmith Odeon in 1975. He might look better now, but he damn sure doesn't play better now. That Hammersmith recording might be the best
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4 ***months ***ago
Chacho
QuoteKevinM QuoteChacho I don't know about the concerts I missed, but I can list the ones of any importance that I attended as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones: Moby Gym Arena, Fort Collins Colo, 11-7-1969 -- The Rolling Stones: Denver Coliseum, Denver Colo, 6-16-1972 -- The Rolling Stones: Cotton Bowl, Dallas Texas, 7-6-1975 -- The Rolling Stones: Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia PA, 9-26-
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4 ***months ***ago
Chacho
I don't know about the concerts I missed, but I can list the ones of any importance that I attended as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones: Moby Gym Arena, Fort Collins Colo, 11-7-1969 -- The Rolling Stones: Denver Coliseum, Denver Colo, 6-16-1972 -- The Rolling Stones: Cotton Bowl, Dallas Texas, 7-6-1975 -- The Rolling Stones: Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia PA, 9-26-1981 2. Muddy Waters: T
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4 ***months ***ago
Chacho
Although not "modern era", I saw them at the Denver Coliseum in 1972, and they only played for just over 1 hour, as I remember it. One of the shortest shows by any band that I ever saw. However, the show remains the premier concert of my lifetime.
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4 ***months ***ago
Chacho
I just took a look at jerryleelewis.com and saw no mention of this. I take it that on Oct 27th at 8 PM ET you will be able to view a program as advertised in the original post above and it can only be viewed at jerryleelewis.com ? A bit unclear, I daresay.
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4 ***months ***ago
Chacho
"Still Life" is a great live album, and is the only live album in my collection other than "Get Yer Ya Yas Out" and "Brussels Affair". What really makes the album is the inclusion of a little diversity (for a change), with the two covers: "Twenty Flight Rock" and "Going To A Go-Go". Yeah, Yeah...I've heard the statement that &qu
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5 ***months ***ago
Chacho
One of the most memorable concerts of my life time was Johnny Cash: Live at Moby Gym Arena Fort Collins, Colorado Wed, May 13, 1970 Band Line-up: Johnny Cash: Lead Vocals and Acoustic Guitar June Carter Cash: Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, and Autoharp Carl Perkins: Electric Guitar Bob Wootton: Electric Guitar Marshall Grant: Stand-up Bass W. S. Holland: Drums With: Th
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5 ***months ***ago
Chacho
Someone mentioned "Tattoo You". I would rate "Tattoo You" higher than "Some Girls". It really should have been included somewhere, maybe in addition to "Some Girls". On a side note, I looked over the top 50, and I have 30 of those in my collection.
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5 ***months ***ago
Chacho
I have been doing that for years, all the way from the days of cassette tapes up to the days of MP3's. Invariably, "my Stones albums" are usually better than any compilation that you can buy. (in my opinion) My latest one is what I thought were unreleased bootlegs, along with some Voodoo Lounge cuts thrown in, and other miscellaneous stuff, but I am finding out tha
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5 ***months ***ago
Chacho
1. "Stewed and Keefed": instrumental. Note: I just researched this one and it says it was released on the album "Genuine Black Box 1961-1974", which I never heard of. Oh well. 2. So here's another favorite one: "Bob Wills Is Still The King": Live, 2006, at Austin Texas, and written by Waylon Jennings.
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
If I were going to buy vinyl albums I would proceed as follows, however I already have all of the following on vinyl: If buying 3 vinyl albums: 1. Let It Bleed 2. Sticky Fingers 3. Exile On Main Street If buying 4 vinyl albums, then add: 4. Beggars Banquet If buying 7 vinyl albums, then add: 5. Some Girls 6. Emotional Rescue 7. Tattoo You If buying 8 vinyl albums, then add:
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
Someone said that you would not "own" them, that is, downloads of songs, I take it. Well, the way I download them, I definitely own them, because I do literally NOTHING on a cloud, and anything downloaded would be stored to computers or thumb drives.
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
I would be interested in 3 of the 20 songs and will attempt to buy them as single songs: 1. "Scarlet" 2. "All The Rage" 3. "Criss Cross" I already have "Goats Head Soup" on vinyl, CD, and MP3.
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteChacho In the Charlie YouTube Interview, above, The statement that he does not like the songs appears at around 2:58 in the dialogue. "But, I don't write the songs" 2:58 My apology; I misunderstood what he said. You are right, He said "write", instead of "like". But I think anyone will agree that Charlie Watts is not the cl
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
In the Charlie YouTube Interview, above, The statement that he does not like the songs appears at around 2:58 in the dialogue.
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
I just watched a video yesterday of Charlie Watts being interviewed, where he stated that he did not like the songs that had been written for the "new album". If he doesn't like them, I am sure I wouldn't either. Excuse me if this has already been posted, but I do not have time to read 458 pages on the subject.
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6 ***months ***ago
Chacho
Right now? "Darkness On The Edge Of Town" Album by Bruce Springsteen, and according to Bruce himself, this is his masterpiece.
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