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CanYouHearTheMusic
In no particular order: 1. Too Rude 2. Blinded By Love 3. Losing My Touch 4. Keys To Your Love 5. Stealing My Heart 6. Don't Stop 7. Blinded By Rainbows 8. Brand New Car 9. Indian Girl 10. Sweethearts Together
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7 ***years ***ago
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My faves are: Emotional Rescue & Black And Blue (tie for first place--they both have SUCH a fat bottom end--great drum sounds, full bass, love 'em) Tattoo You Undercover Some Girls Sticky Fingers Let It Bleed Beggars Banquet ...and though they're technically quite lo-fi, I *LOVE* the production on both Exile and GHS. Those murky records' production helps enhance an
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7 ***years ***ago
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Steel Wheels, A Bigger Bang, Bridges To Babylon, It's Only Rock N' Roll, Dirty Work.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Goats Head Soup Exile On Main Street Some Girls Emotional Rescue (really--I love this album! great variety IMHO)
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7 ***years ***ago
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Any vinyl pressed today is *not* the same digital files and same digital masters used for the cd editions of the same recordings. Music has to be mastered separately for vinyl so that the highs/lows don't make the needle jump. The Some Girls Live In Texas '78 vinyl edition sounds AMAZING! I have it and love it. Vinyl editions of albums by bands like Animal Collective that have their
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quote71Tele Quotebig4 It's lesser known songs like this and Turd which really contribute to making Exile such a special album. The Stones blur the line between country, rock, blues and r&b on Casino Boogie in way that they almost create a whole different genre of music. Bands like Pavement made a career out of mining the slacker-stoner tossed off vibe of this gem. What people who don&#
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7 ***years ***ago
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteJMARKO QuoteCanYouHearTheMusic QuoteJMARKO It's kind of ludicrous to have had Bruce Springsteen guest on Tumbling Dice more often than Mick Taylor on this world tour. J What's more ludicrous is that claim. Springsteen has guested on that song *twice* yet we've gotten Taylor every single night of the tour except one (if you call all the dates since 2012 one tour).
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteJMARKO QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteCMH516 I'm generally not a whiner about the setlists but I sure would rather hear Loving Cup than Streets of Love. SOL is in the ballad slot. LC is not a ballad, but I sure would like to hear it live. I'd settle for something he actually played on -maybe even stretch that to songs they played live with him in the past. Isn't that the poi
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDeluxtone Pauly mentioned in his very good and fullsome review how effective it was to follow T Dice with Angie. It immediately occured to me that they were also (ofcourse) successive lead singles. This brought to my mind how 'thrilling' it would be to hear them play their seventies singles in immediate succession - Brown Sugar, T Dice, Angie, IORR, Fool To Cry, Miss You - an
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7 ***years ***ago
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Flaming Lips Parliament Nirvana Animal Collective Olivia Tremor Control honorable mentions: The Meters Booker T. & The M.G.'s N*E*R*D Funkadelic Love Mothers Of Invention Beastie Boys The Cars Grizzly Bear Soundgarden Stone Temple Pilots (Weiland's a douche, yes, but I love the DeLeo brothers' songwriting, especially the more versatile albums like Tiny Music)
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteCome On Currently active bands could be: Handsome Family Yeah Yeah Yeah's Daft Punk Danger Mouse Pearl Jam Daft Punk are French...
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quotesweet neo con Quotekeefriffhard4life i though THE CAPTAIN AND THE KID from a few years ago was a great album there's a few good ones on there...and Songs From the West Coast.........but only barely "good". Being such a big fan, I often try to listen to his newer stuff...hoping for a glimmer of his past greatness but it's just not there (for me). Starting to wonder
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7 ***years ***ago
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I love Elton's golden period, which for me includes and ends with Blue Moves. For me, that record had *less* filler on it than Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, which has duds like "Roy Rogers," "Social Disease," "Jamaica Jerk Off" and the appalling "Dirty Little Girl," which is more than a little rapey and gross. Both albums have some filler (they're
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteROPS l don't know why,but from 69 to 78,the band live would do mostly great versions of their recorded stuff with a great groove to them,but starting in 82 and the whole stadium era,all the songs suffered from a rush to finish,the tempo on most was way to fast,with no groove, like lets just get this over with,and it has continued to this day... ...except that it hasn't continued
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7 ***years ***ago
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Great album. Quite solid IMHO.
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QuoteGasLightStreet Quotemichaelsavage Indian Girl is their WORST Wrong. Again. As usual. How anyone can think that is their worst is clearly clueless and deaf. ...or are they damn near close to being right? I'll give you that "Sexdrive" is worse but "Indian Girl" is so lyrically clumsy and aurally jarring (Mariachi horns?!) that I'll happily take "Streets
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7 ***years ***ago
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Mine, in no particular order (except the top two are my very favorites, it always puzzled me that they're both so polarizing): Dancing With Mr. D Can You Hear The Music Midnight Rambler Can't You Hear Me Knocking 100 Years Ago Winter Coming Down Again Memory Motel Dance (Pt. 1) Gimme Shelter Jumpin' Jack Flash Brown Sugar Sway Shattered Emotional Rescue 2000 Light
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QuoteRokyfan Quotewhitem8 Sorry tatters, but Ringo's 70's solo stuff was way better than Wyman's! Isn't Ringo the most successful of the ex Beatles or Stones in his solo career? That is a joke right? Paul outsold the three Beatles' post-Beatles careers COMBINED. He's the only billionaire rock and roll has ever produced.
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QuoteMrsHop Some great, energetic performances here. Probably should reserve this for the complaints thread, but what the Hell: WHAT IN GOD'S NAME is Keith wearing nowadays?- he looks like he's shown a Cheerleader 'the blade' & stolen her outfit!
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7 ***years ***ago
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Terrible impression of his speaking voice. Half the time Andre nails it, half the time he sounds like he's doing his idea of a Scottish or British accent, which is bizarre to say the least. The fact that there are no actual Jimi songs in the movie (only the covers he did) combined with this bad acting makes me agree with His Majesty: cringe.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quotetatters Lorde's from New Zealand, I assume? This is just some ass-kissing for the locals. I don't believe for a minute that he actually likes this song. Why wouldn't Springsteen like this song? It has his lyrical ethos written all over it. I GUARANTEE YOU he likes it.
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7 ***years ***ago
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I used to have 33 Stones LPs but sold my vinyl collection about 7 years ago when my band was building our own recording studio and we desperately needed funds. Since then I've started to rebuild it and currently I've got: December's Children (And Everybody's!) in mono Their Satanic Majesties Request Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! Goats Head Soup It's Only Rock 'N&
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteAquamarine I think accusing Keith of homophobia is a new low. (And I'd suggest not judging one era by the linguistic standards of another.) I dunno . . . Is it even a "low" at all? How can it even be an accusation as opposed to a confirmation with lines like "Mick was into disco at the time which as far as I was concerned was just a bunch of faggots in boxer shorts&qu
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteHis Majesty QuoteDandelionPowderman <* They rob the US album of an essential feel/atmosphere track, that being Back Street Girl.> Now, that IS true! I used to think the same of the US release, but after I purchased it, and have given it a tremendous amount of spins, it feels natural and those two tracks sit in well. I think the inclusion of those two tracks on side A makes the
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteMax'sKansasCity complete band doing SILVER TRAIN as they want it to be. A howling harmonica by Mick, like the train is really there, How cool is that? I am really asking... HOW COOL IS THAT!!? Of course saddly (it hurts my heart that) I will be in the cheapest, furtherest away seats there are (seeing it through youtube) but I am pretty darn excited about maybe seeing/hearing Silv
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteCome On I kinda like the entire album...every second of it... +1
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7 ***years ***ago
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It really is hard to narrow it down on this album though . . . Rocks Off (the top IORR fan favorite apparently) and Shake Your Hips are WAY up there for me as well, to say nothing of Sweet Virginia and Loving Cup but when forced to narrow down to five they don't make the cut. Go figure.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Hi Kleermaker. I've always enjoyed your posts and play your youtube best-of-the-73-tour playlist often. Sorry to arrive late but my top five would be: Casino Boogie Ventilator Blues I Just Wanna See His Face Let It Loose Soul Survivor ^^ The middle three in particular *make* Exile for me. 2nd fave Stones album ever, quite a masterwork.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quotekleermaker QuoteStoneage Very little content, as usual. There are so many things Sir Michael won't talk about. He hasn't much to say. He isn't a John Lennon. Just a Jagger. No . . . he isn't a John Lennon, and thank God for that. Since you're having a piss take I'll simply respond with this: Mick isn't full of himself. He doesn't have to talk abo
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