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3 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteNilsHolgersson Actually I think the only difference between the current Rolling Stones and a Mick Jagger solo tour is the fact that Keith Richards is in it Ronnie’s guitar playing is distinct but I know what you mean. The loss of Charlie meant the loss of the distinct beat that is the Stones. While Steve Jordan is a great player, sadly, nobody can replicate Charlie’s sound.
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteMelBelli The small-medium-large concept was a great compensation for the lack of a new album. I deeply regret not seeing an arena or theater show on that tour. DC only got a stadium show, and I didn’t have the means or time to travel elsewhere at the time. Looking back, it was the beginning of a gradual decline for Keith. Those botched “Brown Sugar” intros became a thing on that tour.
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteRik setlists were great, soundwise it was sometimes so-so, lots of Chuck and BV's high in the mix, muddy guitars. They really changed that in the first leg of the ABB tour. Agree with this. First tour I saw was 40 Licks (I'm 34) and the sound quality was awful. I enjoyed the show despite the poor sound quality. When I saw ABB on the 1st leg, the sound quality was state o
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball ...the vote winner not surprising, and Ain't Too Proud to Beg was a bit sluggish/anticlimactic...under-rehearsed... Surely Midnight Rambler will be a highlight as always. I feel like the horns have the energy throughout, but Steve has had to slow down to keep better pace with the rest of the band. You can hear it for example comparing Rocks Off in LA vs. Rocks Off in Las
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteEddieByword Street fighting man You got me rocking 19th nervous breakdown Tumbling dice Ain't too proud to beg Wild horses ......................3rd time for the song vote Maybe saving Sweet Virginia for the Austin crowd.
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteHairball QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteHairball I believe the last times the Stones played Ain't Too Proud to Beg was was in 2003 at Cirkus Stockholm, and London Astoria - both if which I was very fortunate to to be present at. As for Just My Imagination, played throughout the 1981/82 tour, and several times since? Hoping for both tongiht, and maybe even the rumoured
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteHairball I believe the last times the Stones played Ain't Too Proud to Beg was was in 2003 at Cirkus Stockholm, and London Astoria - both if which I was very fortunate to to be present at. As for Just My Imagination, played throughout the 1981/82 tour, and several times since? Hoping for both tongiht, and maybe even the rumoured Dancing in the Street
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball I believe the last times the Stones played Ain't Too Proud to Beg was was in 2003 at Cirkus Stockholm, and London Astoria - both if which I was very fortunate to to be present at. As for Just My Imagination, played throughout the 1981/82 tour, and several times since? Hoping for both tongiht, and maybe even the rumoured Dancing in the Streets with Martha Reeves... surely it
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteNashvilleBlues I like the poster. Has some Tron vibes. Tron was my exact same thought!
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTravelinMan Quotejumpingjackflash5 They are awesome. Steve Jordan now fits much better in the sound. He is lower in the mix, and does not hit the drums that hard. Oh he was still hitting them hard! I think they just turned him down This
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quoteguyrachel Hi, how bad will limited view be in 116 & 117? I am bringing my 8.5 year old son from New York, and I want both my wife and him to enjoy it, will the “limited view seating” be a useless experience? I thought that this head on position, short of being close, would be very exciting and satisfying…, But would really welcome all advice and help…! I don’t think it would be a
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteBeastyBurdeny Think they shortened the show due to weather? Was just thinking that, probably likely
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7 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotepodiumboy So here’s the problem I have. I want to go to the Detroit show. I live about 3 hours away in Ohio, and I’m pretty sure this is the last time (?) the Stones will be playing near me. I had tickets for Cleveland, but that didn’t work out. I would like to take my 10 year old son with me, as paint it black is his favorite song. Also, how many people in his generation will be able t
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTumblinDice76 No Expectations!!! Would be divine! This was kind of the first song I thought of as a possible tribute to Charlie when they talked about paying tribute to Charlie.
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Is it just me or does Memory Motel and Fool to Cry sound awfully similar in the beginning? My first thought when Fool to Cry started was that it was Memory Motel initially. Anyone else get these two songs' intros confused?
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotespikenyc Multi year tour? Seriously? Mick and Keith will both be 80 yrs old in 2 years. Its a nice thought but i dont see it happening. Especially since Charlie is gone. They finish this US tour then a final tour next summer in Europe is more likely. I don't think they will stop until either Mick or Keith can no longer do it, which could be at any time as you note with the age.
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball QuoteIrix QuoteStonesFan35 So, will Hard Rock Hollywood FL Nov 23rd be the final Rolling Stones show ever? No. See: - (last paragraph). Just speculating, but that leaves the door open for the possibility of more US shows next year before touring Europe - there's lots more money to be made in the US, and maybe even Canada will get a couple of shows... And this might
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotegeorgemcdonnell314 I think as Charlie got older he could not keep up with the songs with a faster tempo which is why some songs were done slower. Steve Jordan on the other hand is younger and can probably still carry a faster beat. Just my observation but it sure makes good sense to me. I'd agree with this. Seems to me that Charlie and Keith slowed things down quite a bit on th
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotedaspyknows If the LA shows were reversed they could pull a few special nuggets in the first one to boost sales in the second. Let's see if that happens. Personally I think the first one will be the show to be at because it will be half empty. Yep, they really seem to take a "we'll show you what you missed" approach on those types of nights! As examples from the pas
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quoteangee On the set list, do you suppose they will do "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" any time this tour? Hoping for a few surprises for 10/17. No I don’t think we’ll see much incremental non ballads. I suspect based on Nashville sound check that the Stones break out Rocks Off in LA for one of the nights. Beyond that, I’d imagine some mix of the usual suspects changing betwe
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTopi How much setlist variation will there be between LA #1 and #2? Four songs? Five? Less than that, given there's no B-stage set? 4 and I'll go as far as to say 1 Night (pick your date) will include Let's Spend the Night Together 19th Nervous Breakdown Trouble's a Coming Song Vote 2 Night (pick your date, I'll predict the Oct 14 show since lower sales
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTopi Rocks Off and Trouble's A-Coming soundchecked. Sounds like the Saturday night crowd is in for a real treat!
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteBig Al These song-votes aren’t very adventurous, are they? It seems to be the same old, same old, selections all the time. It’s be nice to see a compiled list of all the different songs that have been up for selection. Is there one somewhere? I was really hoping that maybe Loving Cup would be an option for Nashville when 2020 tour was announced. Maybe would have been if not for circumst
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
I would bet that it ends up being Sweet Virginia, as hasn't been played yet and wasn't played last time, where Wild Horses, Far Away Eyes, and Dead Flowers were. For context, Let it Bleed was playing in Charlotte while Shine a Light was a choice for the vote and played last time.
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotebengigan I faintly hear Let It Bleed being soundchecked That was going to be my guess for the selection. Seems this tour will play it likely as safe as possible in the circumstances. With Shine a Light being played last time they played Charlotte and Far Away Eyes requiring subdued drumming, felt like Sweet Virginia and Let It Bleed were only realistic choices.
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9 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteBeastyBurdeny Damn. I was hoping Angie and Wild Horses would have been the acoustic set this year. Wonder if we even see them do the acoustic set this go round. Surprised to see Wild Horses and Angie offered up as Song Votes as both would be logical for opening night acoustic set songs. Almost wonder if they may walk down to the stage for their tribute to Charlie and/or speech in lie
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9 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quoteslewan Quotebye bye johnny hm, bleeding (or melting) tongues? The design looks really good, but reminds me of the Stones fading away Could be start of transition from red to black if that story was correct.
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9 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteCamRS I think the band will sound great to the large majority of concert goers attending the shows. The small, vocal minority on this site who hate what they hear can continue to pontificate on how The Rolling Stones’ 60 year legacy is now tarnished because they continue on. In the end, their opinion doesn’t really matter as much as they think it does. The band’s legacy was cemented a lon
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9 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteFour Stone Walls QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteMathijs I do like it that with Jordan they do play quite a bit faster. I like how they start Trouble's A Coming. Let's be honest, Charlie was dragging quite a bit for the last years. Mathijs Yes he was dragging, and just as i suspected they are playing faster and that will continue with Jordan, songs like Brown Sugar were painfully slow
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9 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteMathijs I do like it that with Jordan they do play quite a bit faster. I like how they start Trouble's A Coming. Let's be honest, Charlie was dragging quite a bit for the last years. Mathijs Yes he was dragging, and just as i suspected they are playing faster and that will continue with Jordan, songs like Brown
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