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6 ***months ***ago
JohnnySnapps
When the Whip Comes Down - "I go to 53rd Street and they spit in my face" "the East River truckers are churning with trash..." Till the Next Goodbye - "I know a coffee shop down on 52nd Street..." "A movie house on 42nd Street..."
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7 ***months ***ago
JohnnySnapps
There was a bootleg release of the Some Girls deluxe bonus material.
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***1 year ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Thanks for sharing, Captain!
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***1 year ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Saw the Boston show and I absolutely agree with your review. Musicianship is top notch and the setlist is fantastic. Nick Mason is obviously having a lot of fun with this. For any fan of early Floyd this show is a must see! I have a videos of a few songs which I will post on YouTube soon.
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***1 year ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I am staying in Liverpool for a couple of days after the show. Friday night, June 10, Elvis Costello & The Imposters are playing at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. I couldn't pass up the chance to him in Liverpool. The Philharmonic Hall website would not let me purchase just one ticket (there were only two seats left, fifth row from stage) so I had to buy the pair. If anyone is interest
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Looking forward to this! Congrats, Matt!
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
just found this little interview clip from 1980:
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Thanks for sharing. The recording sounds great. I thought that picture in Gonzalo's post above by looked familiar... ;-)
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
20 shows so far, beginning in 1989. Best show, without a doubt, was the Roseland Ballroom in 2002. That one was absolutely incredible.
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
R.I.P., Mr. Watts, thank you for all the great music you shared with the world. My deepest condolences to your family, friends, and the rest of the band.
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
She Smiled Sweetly at Roseland Ballroom, Sept. 30, 2002.
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Just received 4 boots from Joguema. The Devil Is My Name Sunday Night at the London Palladium Let's Spend the Cash Together I Let's Spend the Cash Together II All in excellent condition, thank you!
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I don't really listen to Green Day, but I do love the album they put out under the name Foxboro Hot Tubs. An excellent tribute to 60's rock!
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2 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Hello fellow IORRians, My band, The Porter Squares, will be releasing our debut album this summer. Here are links for the the first couple of songs we're releasing as a single: "Sleepless Nights", an original song I wrote, and "Spooky", a cover of the song by Classics IV. Enjoy! Thanks for listening, Johnny Snapps Thanks for listening, Johnny Snapps
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I just gave a close listen to the first couple of minutes of Fast Walking, Slow Walking. For comparison I used the recent Fully Finished Studio Outtakes version and the version from "Fast Talking" VGP 237. I think they are two different takes. Charlie's drums are different during the part where Mick sings, "Ain't it hard to find a guy through this life at all" (H
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Thanks, Captain!
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Thanks for all your great work, Captain Acid, Falo, and Mr. D. Have a very happy new year!
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Irie generally means good or cool
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Here's my two cents: In the middle I am fairly certain he is saying "Make me rhythm' (he is adopting a faux-jamaican accent, giving make two syllables and pronouncing rhythm as "riddim") referring to just the bass and percussion taking over the song for a moment, which is a feature of dub versions in reggae music. At the end it sounds to me like he says, "Bad I
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I believe Irix is correct, the different letters refer to pressing plants. The image on this page shows one with the letters SP after it: I believe I have one of these promos somewhere, but don't know what the letters are on the label. If I can dig it out, I'll let you know what it has.
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I thought the movie was good, but as soon as I heard Little T&A I thought, "Nope. Way too early for that song." They should have used Before They Make Me Run.
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3 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Quotejohn lomax I hate it. Had to turn it off midway. That drumbeat is imbecilic and totally ruins the feel and soul of the song. Sounds like the sort of crap my 12 year old plays on his keyboard. I'm with you on this one. Overall, Scarlet hasn't really impressed me. It's a good jam, but there's no signature riff really. For me, Charlie's drums do a lot for the feel o
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Thanks, Mr. D!
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
Howdy, everyone! I have a couple of song series going on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. One is Social Distancing Song Series, where I post a song everyday. So far they are all covers. From the Stones, I have done She Smiled Sweetly. I'm trying not to repeat bands for as long as possible in this series. However, some people made requests so I started another series called Social
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
One track I was hoping might appear on this set was the "Rip This Joint" early version with Keith on vocals. But it's listed as an unverified track on Nico's site so it may not even exist. Would have been nice though...
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I was talking about the soft touches, like how She's So Cold is actually a very subtle song. Live they just carpet bomb through it. agreed. They go at it like a freight train. I like the original tempo much better.
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteWorriedAboutYou QuoteHouseBoyKnows This post has got to be an attempt at humor or worse, simply a troll. Me? I'd rather look at old classic Playboy magazines than make love to a beautiful woman. It's just a different opinion. I love the Stones on record but live they don't do it for me. I hope that makes it clear for you. There may be an element to wha
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
First came across this track on the Claudine bootleg, which has always been one of my favorite boots. Fell in love with this tune and was so happy to see it get an official release. Mick's vamp at the end is great.
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4 ***years ***ago
JohnnySnapps
I would say these are probably my top three records: England's Newest Hitmakers - White Label Promo w/ Photo in excellent condition Aftermath - Decca "Shadow Cover" Songs of the Rolling Stones - ABKCO Promo only album (2nd Cover) The one that got away: Keith's guitar pick at Roseland Ballroom. He threw one which bounced off my glasses!
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