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3 ***months ***ago
GS1978
Still having trouble accepting this. We all know he was 80 and someday this was going to happen, but Charlie and The Rolling Stones have meant so much to me, my friends and my family. I have met so many wonderful people all around the world at Stones shows -- the days surrounding the shows were always such a celebration of life, art, music and The Rolling Stones. Sincere condolences to Charli
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteGS1978 Dandy - Are you looking at the link I posted? Flip the Switch - Live St Louis 1997 (not the original post). I really respect your opinion, but I do not think this is the album version and the video is all St Louis PPV footage (unlike the original posting version where other shots from the tour are cut in). It does sound too clean to be 100% live, but vocals
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8 ***months ***ago
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Dandy - Are you looking at the link I posted? Flip the Switch - Live St Louis 1997 (not the original post). I really respect your opinion, but I do not think this is the album version and the video is all St Louis PPV footage (unlike the original posting version where other shots from the tour are cut in). It does sound too clean to be 100% live, but vocals, guitars and drums are different (a
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8 ***months ***ago
GS1978
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteGS1978 Looks like someone just took the official St Louis 1997 version and cut in some other tour footage. Flip the Switch - Live St Louis 1997 I never really appreciated this song, but this version is great. Keith really shines. This version, the studio version? There are quite a few live versions where he shines more, imo. No this is a live version fro
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8 ***months ***ago
GS1978
Looks like someone just took the official St Louis 1997 version and cut in some other tour footage. Flip the Switch - St Louis 1997 I never really appreciated this song, but this version is great. Keith really shines.
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9 ***months ***ago
GS1978
QuoteTheGreek I like this photo . I wonder who Ms. Bennett is ? Stephanie Bennett (born Margaret Stephanie Bennett) is an English film producer known for her works Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll and Endless Harmony. Stephanie Bennett
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteBastion Quotestanlove QuoteGS1978 She was a gifted actress who transcended the typical roles given to black actresses in the 1970s & 1980s. NYTimes...LOL ? Yeah - Not sure what stanlove's point is. But for those interested in learning about some of her best work, here's more from The NY Times:
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10 ***months ***ago
GS1978
She was a gifted actress who transcended the typical roles given to black actresses in the 1970s & 1980s.
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10 ***months ***ago
GS1978
Quoteexilestones TURIN Denis O'Regan reveals how this wonderfully intimate shot of Keith Richards, one of Rock and Roll's wild boys, came about. Really great shot and a nice story.
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10 ***months ***ago
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RIP Hammerin' Hank. One of the best ever. Baseball -- like rock n' roll -- has lost many of the all-time greats recently. Sad, but inevitable.
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10 ***months ***ago
GS1978
Can't believe "I am Waiting" from Rushmore didn't make this list.
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10 ***months ***ago
GS1978
"A nation that isn’t broken, but simply unfinished." Amanda Gorman
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10 ***months ***ago
GS1978
Didn't know the Stones were Slash's favorite band. Thx for sharing.
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
Really great high-quality (sound & picture) film footage. Were the earlier bootlegs this good? Love the crowd shots and Hendrix's performance.
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
Quoteschillid Here's Mick Taylor at NYC's Iridium in early 2012 having a go at "No Expectations" with his slide... (Sorry for the crummy 2012 phone audio and video.) ... Suggest skip ahead to around 3:40 I was at this show. Great experience. Here's a better quality version.
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
Congratulations Bjornulf!!! Your passion, talent and efforts have enriched all of our lives and created a worldwide community of fans. I have met so many people through IORR from all around the world: England, Switzerland, Germany, New Zealand, Italy, Canada, Japan, Norway, Argentina, Australia... -- the list goes on and on. In a world now troubled by anger, hate and divisiveness (and I�
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
QuoteMonkeyMan2000 QuoteGS1978 QuoteMonkeyMan2000 Doesn‘t Keith seem extremely sharp for his age? I couldn‘t have come up with that Putin line if I were given an hour to think about the answer... Keith's a very intelligent guy. His image and habits really distorted that for years. And the head injury didn't help. But, yes, for his age and history, it's amazing that he is sti
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
QuoteMonkeyMan2000 Doesn‘t Keith seem extremely sharp for his age? I couldn‘t have come up with that Putin line if I were given an hour to think about the answer... Keith's a very intelligent guy. His image and habits really distorted that for years. And the head injury didn't help. But, yes, for his age and history, it's amazing that he is still so sharp and witty. I think
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
QuoteSighunt QuoteBig Al Thanks, Mathijs. Yes, once can imagine how loud it must've been on stage during that tour. Keith's volume was particularly high, seemingly. I also concur with a point you made in a previous posting of yours: 1989-90 really was Keith's peak in a live-setting. Speaking of loudness, as much as I loved the 89 Steel Wheels tour for the Stones musicalit
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
"Well I'm dancin in circles trying to stop myself from going insane." Aren't we all.... Love this track! Love this band! Love this reissue!
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
Great article on arguably the greatest pop/rock single ever, that has clearly stood the test of time. 55 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones' Summer of "Satisfaction' And here's the "Track Talk" thread on Satisfaction. Track Talk: ( I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
Keith -- wearing glasses -- sharing a mic with Bill. Great footage. Thx for posting.
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***1 year ***ago
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Here's Bob's explanation: "It's difficult to play if you can't hear." Bob Dylan on Live Aid sound problems
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
US Version Deluxe US
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteJustin Quotebv Darryl did the final bow with Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie at the last show in Rotterdam during the 1995 tour. I printed that photo in IORR 25. It was a very sentimental final bow. The tour was over, and Darryl was now one of the five, for one final bow. Never knew he joined them once. That's a very generous gesture. If you could post that picture would be great to
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteGetYerAngie I quite like it. It has a Too many cooks-feeling to it. I also like it a lot and agree.. has a too many executive chefs feel, but in a really good way. Musically, it really captures the early seventies sound and vibe, and Mick's vocals are fantastic. Really love this song. Rough, Ragged, a bit unfinished -- but, Great Groove Great Feel
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/13/arts/design/rolling-stones-logo-anniversary.html
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***1 year ***ago
GS1978
Mick gets great review from the New York Times: NY Times review "There’s some grim stuff here, but very little of Willeford’s mordant humor. A small and potent quantity of this quality is delivered by the larger-than-life rock star Mick Jagger in the role of Cassidy. Jagger shows a refreshing lack of conventional vanity by allowing both Bang and Debicki to tower over him. Possibly bec
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2 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Quoteslewan complete show: (not the best recording quality) really pretty version of Girl From the North Country
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2 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Quotegrzegorz67 QuoteGaetzi I'd avoid the front and make sure you're against some sort of rail. As mentioned, the rail (gate) against the catwalk is great, we were posted up in front of the back gate and it was perfect. The idea being you have real space to call your own, you're not being bounced around as people push past you to get beers, etc. There was a stadium's worth of
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