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7 ***weeks ***ago
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Wishing you well and a speedy recovery.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Nice job with this Capt. From a few of the songs I listened to so far, the sound is great, the performances are tight- including Dylan's rendition of old and new tunes are pretty enjoyable. Once again, nice job.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Nice tribute to the Riffmeister! And very affordable for you serious wanna-be guitar players on a budget out there! (lol)... Harley Benton pays tribute to Keith Richards’ Fender “Micawber” Telecaster with $253 ash-bodied model
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2 ***months ***ago
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Rest in Peace Christine. You were a very talented and beautiful lady. Growing up, I think I wore down my copies of Rumours and Fleetwood Mac (their white album) on my turntable from playing those records so much. Truly an amazing artist.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Happy belated birthday Tina!
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2 ***months ***ago
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On 11/27/69 (53 years ago tomorrow), the Rolling Stones played the first of three legendary shows at Madison Square Garden that were recorded for their seminal live album that became “Get Yer Ya Yas Out” and thus re-established the Stones as one of the greatest rock bands of all time. I also want to celebrate the anniversary of these historic concerts by thanking all the Stones fans who signed
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2 ***months ***ago
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Happy Thanksgiving to all. We've had a lot of traffic on the petition site over the last 24-48 hours. We are down to 36 signatures to reach our final goal of 2000. It's my intention to wrap up this petition by the end of the year. I need to enlist your help to give it one last big hurrah and support our efforts to other Stones fans who inhabit other Stones boards, blogs, etc.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Opinion piece from Bobby Oliver in response to Springsteen's interview in Rolling Stone that touches on the exorbitant ticket prices.
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2 ***months ***ago
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It will be interesting to see if this goes anywhere. Leave it to the "Swifties" to get pissed off enough to call attention to long standing issues with Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster Faces Multiple Government Inquiries After Bungling Taylor Swift Presale
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteCaptainCorella QuoteSighunt Interesting little reminisces from a long and distinguished career from Bill. Some of these have been discussed before in other articles I've read. Excuse me if this has been posted previously. Recycled. It says "at Sticky Fingers, his American-styled bistro in Kensington. " That venue closed over a year ago. Thanks for clarifying. I
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3 ***months ***ago
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Interesting little reminisces from a long and distinguished career from Bill. Some of these have been discussed before in other articles I've read. Excuse me if this has been posted previously.
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4 ***months ***ago
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I bought the 90 minute Voodoo Lounge New Jersey VHS tape at a consession / merchandising booth when the Stones played Syracuse, NY later on in the tour.
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteProfessorWolf i think you should wait a month or two and rally our supporters and allies together for one last big push on the relevant sites and social media for signatures then see where we're at and decide but your petition your choice That sounds pretty logical to me Prof. The past 6 months I have been going non-stop with promoting this petition on various social media sit
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5 ***months ***ago
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I went on the petition site just now to check numbers and we are at 1564 signatures. I'm thinking that the Goldmine article/interview stirred up some signatures which is great! We are at a pivotal point and I need to throw this out to the group. The intention was to get enough signatures and then send it to significant personnel at Abkco and the Stones organization. Soooo, do we wait
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5 ***months ***ago
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I'd like to formally say thank you to roller99 who inhabits this site and writes for Goldmine for publishing the interview you did with me re: publicizing the petition. As of today, we are down 36 signatures to reach our current goal of 1500 signatures. As always, I'm eternally grateful to all who have supported it. And to those living in the US, enjoy your Labor Day...
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5 ***months ***ago
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Brooooce!! Your getting hit on all sides lately! It's ok Bruce, your still the Boss in my book (just an older Boss) PS- I'd refrain from wearing those glasses on stage when you go on tour next year, ok (LOL)?
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteMore Hot Rocks Actually it wouldn’t surprise me. Didn’t the FBI have files on John Lennon also? I wonder why Dolenz would bring this up now? And this is 1967 the majority of their fans were pre teens. Why would you talk about Vietnam to a audience of 13 year old girls and boys? The whole thing doesn’t make sense He applied to see his FBI File under the Freedom of Inform
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5 ***months ***ago
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Quote24FPS I don't know why, but it seems funny to me, the Monkee suing the FBI. I know it's not but I don't really take the Monkees seriously, even though I liked some of the music those studio musicians made for them. Your sentiments are pretty much the way I felt and that is why I posted it. It had more to do with having a nice chuckle!
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5 ***months ***ago
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"Some little jerk in the FBI, keeping papers on me, 6 feet high..." (LOL!)
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5 ***months ***ago
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I've had a few inquiries sent to me over the last couple months from fellow Stones fans that I wish to respond to. And to set the record straight, yes I had to pay Getty Images for the use of the picture for the petition. It was not free, nor did they grant me permission out of the kindness of their heart (LOL)! If you go to the end of the petition, there is a disclaimer addressing this. Hop
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5 ***months ***ago
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"Slowly rocking on" 1375 signatures as of today. 125 more to get to 1500! Share the link below with others who may be interested in signing. Once again, thanks to all who have supported this petition on this site and/or other Stones fan boards.
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5 ***months ***ago
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I've mentioned this before in a previous post, but just one of the reasons I would like to see all of the MSG 69 shows released especially after hearing the inferior mono soundboards from the 69RSTRAX dump in 2019, as I would love to have in my possession a great quality sounding Rambler from the 11/27th show, which after repeated listening, IMHO, beats the version they chose from the 11/28
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuotePatrickS77 QuoteSighunt I was 21 years old at a Linda Ronstadt concert on 8/16/77 in my hometown of Rochester, NY when she announced that Elvis had died to the audience. Just a few months earlier, in May 1977, I saw Elvis in my hometown playing at the same venue- the Rochester Community War Memorial. In a lot of ways, probably the strangest concert I had ever been to. A lot of people sti
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteProfessorWolf Quoteumakmehrd QuoteCooltoplady Chuck Berry died in 2017 not 45 years ago. Well played ! indeed i think elvis more then earned the respect and fame he gets as a pioneering rock 'n roll musician and performer but there is only one true original king of rock 'n roll and it's charles edward anderson berry however making this point in a thread about th
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5 ***months ***ago
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I was 21 years old at a Linda Ronstadt concert on 8/16/77 in my hometown of Rochester, NY when she announced that Elvis had died to the audience. Just a few months earlier, in May 1977, I saw Elvis in my hometown playing at the same venue- the Rochester Community War Memorial. In a lot of ways, probably the strangest concert I had ever been to. A lot of people still can't wrap their head
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5 ***months ***ago
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Great article Matt and congratulations!
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6 ***months ***ago
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I read some advanced reviews of this book over the last couple days that weren't very favorable. Looks like a hit piece focusing on excess & scandals. Sadly, because of the subject matter, it will probably be a good seller (LOL)!
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6 ***months ***ago
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Honestman & Professor Wolf- you must have put in a good word somewhere because were down to 170. Nice job!
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6 ***months ***ago
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As a long time Rolling Stones fan who has been extremely fortunate to catch this band since the 1970's, you can't expect these guys to be as vital as they were in their prime. That ship has sailed. However, for what the three principals are able to deliver being near 80 years old, that is quite extraordinary (IMHO- I do have to add that if the extra support players they have utilized si
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6 ***months ***ago
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The Stones 60th Anniversary European Tour is coming to a close with Stockholm and Berlin left on the calendar. Celebrate their 60th year as a working band and support our petition to release what is arguably one of the Stones finest moments in concert (and long overdue): the COMPLETE MSG 69 recordings. Thank you all on this Stones board for all your efforts in supporting and publicizing
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