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5 ***weeks ***ago
roller99
Quoteroundnround Darryl Jones interview in High Times Wow, this is a great interview. I love it when a musician is interviewed by High Times, they’ve always had high journalistic standards there, and they ask questions you wouldn’t find in any other publication.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteRockman By Ivor Levene If you were a product of the public school music programs, then this film is really going to speak to you. It's a heartwarming journey through the Chicago Vocational School, and the effect it had on Darryl Jones, one of the core members of The Rolling Stones. Not simply a "sideman", Darryl's contributions to The Rolling Stones cannot be ove
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7 ***weeks ***ago
roller99
Nice words Plexi, Darryl his a great bass player and a wonderful guy. I loved his movie and frankly, I love everything he does, because it speaks to me on an emotional level. Met him a bunch, you won’t find a nicer Stone!
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Quoteroundnround Hi Rocky Dijon, Thanks very much for your kind comments. Thanks also to roller99. You have restored my faith in humanity! Yes, this is the same film. We have changed the title slightly to include the title of a song by Darryl. We are not including all of the clips we shared before, but some of it is in the film. Darryl is an incredible bass player, and is much loved by
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteCristiano Radtke Quoteroller99 Darryl Jones Biopic Thanks for the article, roller99! Thank you for reading my friend! Good luck in the vote this weekend.
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Quote24FPS Darryl Jones is technically one of the best living bass players. He adds a Jazz sensibility to The Stones, same as Charlie did. He doesn't overplay, he respects the silence between the notes. If you play well as a bass player, you blend in. So now, someone has said something positive about Darryl. I'm ashamed of the negative comments here. Buck up, if the truth is nega
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Quote24FPS QuoteRoll73 Quote24FPS I don't hate Darryl Jones. I hate his bass playing in my favorite group of all time. Wow - must have been pretty miserable for you seeing them live any time over the last 28 years Live is a different animal. The sound kind of booms around the arena and it's difficult to pick out the instruments. Where I really miss Bill is home recordings where you
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Quote24FPS Quoteemotionalbarbecue Darryl Jones seems a good, honest, person. And an extraordinary bass player. Technically he may be light years ahead. BUT....he is not Wyman. We all know how keith has propelled the band on stage. But no Wyman no charlie means no stones sound (as far as I understand/feel/experience it). Wyman adds an distintive feel to stones music. Unreacheable by anyone othe
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Darryl Jones Biopic
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteProfessorWolf Quoterogerriffin in which show was taken this picture? i also think it's chicago 2019 specifically night two right after keith accidentally started playing midnight rambler for a few seconds instead of paint it black You are correct.
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Chicago 2019
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2 ***months ***ago
roller99
Bill German, Matt Lee, and Chuck Leavell did interviews with us at Goldmine. You can get a copy at your local news stand, or if you want the collector's edition you can get it here: Limited edition Goldmine Magazine
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3 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball Having grown up in the L.A. area surrounded by celebrities, people like you who are constantly dropping names and who toot their own horns aren't as impressive as you seem to think. In fact it's obnoxious, conceited, and narcissistic. I know you're not originally from the L.A., but if it makes you feel special... I'm a journalist...how often do I even post h
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3 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball Quoteroller99 QuoteHairball Lol...wtf...don't be an obnoxious lying dick roller...first time I met you I was in the Pit at Neil Young at the LA Forum...or maybe front floor for Fleetwood Mac - I never buy tickets in the back! *edit - I think it was the front floor section at Paul Rogers/Bad Company. Whatever the case, after I met you I instantly regretted it as there was somet
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3 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball Lol...wtf...don't be an obnoxious lying dick roller...first time I met you I was in the Pit at Neil Young at the LA Forum...or maybe front floor for Fleetwood Mac - I never buy tickets in the back! *edit - I think it was the front floor section at Paul Rogers/Bad Company. Whatever the case, after I met you I instantly regretted it as there was something quite unpleasant about
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3 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteDoxa Let's see how many awful ideas to mock the Stones this mini fan/troll called Hairball is able to come with. A pretty good start. - Doxa The mere sight of Hairball's name "fills me with an urge to def***". Pink Floyd reference. I've met this guy, he buys tickets in the very back then complains about the lousy sound. I'm with you Doxa! Wish he would
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4 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball The song votes and the winners have become predictable and a bit anticlimactic . Voted for Dead Flowers, but guessed right that Wild Horses would win. As great a tune as WH is (as were all four choices in the vote), would be nice if all the choices were truly off the wall/surprising - maybe some tunes rarely played, or even never played - even a cover tune. Almost as predicta
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4 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteMKjan QuoteHairball Actions speak louder than words - bravo to the Stones. Might be the highlight of the entire mini-tour. Only a mini tour to a mini mind.Now look at the Beatles last tour. A micro tour because they were too timid to perform to people, hence a rooftop 5 song set that was stopped by the police because they received 30 complaints of noise. LOL.s
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4 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteStonedRambler Quoteroller99 QuoteStonedRambler Quotewaterrats Hmmm, do they still dare to block the web access these days during shows in the stadium? Is it possible/allowed in the first place?? Was it ever proven that a blocking of the internet happened? Normally it's just that the mobile network at some places isn't good enough to handle as many phones sending data at the same ti
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4 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteStonedRambler Quotewaterrats Hmmm, do they still dare to block the web access these days during shows in the stadium? Is it possible/allowed in the first place?? Was it ever proven that a blocking of the internet happened? Normally it's just that the mobile network at some places isn't good enough to handle as many phones sending data at the same time. Not even The Rolling Stones
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHairball QuoteEasterMan QuoteStonedRambler QuoteEasterMan Totally misses Charlie's groove in my opinion. Sorry but can't enjoy that version. Most songs do. It is what it is. I kinda learned to get used to it and enjoy Steve's interpretation of the songs. But surely Charlie is deeply missed. Yeah I agree. This version is particularly bad also because Keith forgets it's t
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4 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball Quotedaspyknows Quotejumpingjackflash5 Yes mobile phone recordings sound good played back on mobile phone. Elsewhere they sound usually flat. Stones' sound is great and much richer. Sorry, they are unlistenable everywhere IMHO. Judging performance by watching a phone stream is like sampling a fine restaurant by looking at a menu online. Sure that dish looks like it will tas
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4 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball Never liked their cover versions of Like a Rolling Stone as Dylan's original is an untouchable classic, though I suppose it would be better than a shortened version of Can't You Hear Me Knockin'. I was at HP1 and think CYHMK was the best version I've ever seen in public. It even beats The Fonda show. If you're at home watching a YouTube clip, you don
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5 ***months ***ago
roller99
This was by far one of the best shows I've seen since The Fonda in 2015. The band was on fire!
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8 ***months ***ago
roller99
QuoteHairball Glad they're finally retiring the "No Filter" name after all these years, but thought they would have come up with something a bit more creative and celebratory for the new one. As is - "Stones Sixty" - it's rather bland and not very imaginative imo, but I suppose that correlates with the setlists. Very cool looking new tongue design though. Hair
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***1 year ***ago
roller99
QuoteTilla Quotesnoopy2 I have one extra lucky dip for Nashville tonight but I have to warn you are taking a little bit of a chance ..I Purchased them off of someone on this site who can't make the show so I'm hoping that the transfer goes well but if you're willing to take a chance I'll be in Nashville about 4pm -- my email is in my profile Are there many success stories
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***1 year ***ago
roller99
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***1 year ***ago
roller99
Thanks for your comments everyone, but I'm going to let Chuck take all the credit. He is an incredibly nice guy and such a pleasure to work with. We worked on that piece in less than 8 hours, and he did it just prior to the Pittsburgh show. Chuck takes time out for people and makes you feel like a million dollars. His publicist once told me, "Chuck is a big deal but never acts like
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***1 year ***ago
roller99
QuoteProfessorWolf QuoteRe: Rehearsals and private show rumors - 2021 US Tour new Posted by: Topi () Date: September 15, 2021 17:56 Agree on more Tattoo You songs potentially making the cut. Maybe a bit like in 2015 with Sticky Fingers songs. Granted, that tour and its name had that whole Sticky Fingers connotation. speaking of 2015 they are gonna be in la for several days on this tour may
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***1 year ***ago
roller99
QuoteKeithNacho Stewart Copeland, Ian Paice, Nick Mason....... But Charlie suggested around 1988 that the best drummer to play with Keith was Steve Jordan. And that recomendation is one of his last desires, to keep the band rolling with SJ A lot of connoisseur around here Ian Paice???? Of Deep Purple??? He plays like John Bonham. I played two songs with him (me on bass) and he deafened me
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