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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteDonParker QuoteDandelionPowderman You can spot Woody within a tenth of a second when he plays - which is what every guitar player would dream of accomplishing: a unique voice. Sure you can spot Ron within a split second, and every guitar player has a unique voice, good, average or even bad, ambitious or not. That's where I disagree A lot of players want
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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman You can spot Woody within a tenth of a second when he plays - which is what every guitar player would dream of accomplishing: a unique voice. Sure you can spot Ron within a split second, and every guitar player has a unique voice, good, average or even bad, ambitious or not.
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DonParker
QuoteTravelinMan QuoteDandelionPowderman I like that «Taylor inspired Hendrix-wannabe». Not true, of course: What's not true? The people (HMS) posting about Taylor noodling too much just need to listen to Wood on LA Friday on most of the songs, take Jumping Jack Flash. Whatever it is (manic Hendrix stuff), it isn't executed very well and it's boring. Wood admitted h
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I have been listening to this album twice, and apart fro "Hate to see you go" (the one they promote on tv) the album sounds too rusty for me.
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DonParker
In Europe they are sparse these days.
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DonParker
[email protected] I recently acquired an Ampeg Vt-22. Fully overhauled. I don't have great guitars. Just a bunch of squier teles and ephiphone lp and lp jr. I get real close to keefs sound. Now granted I have to crank the amp up near half or higher to get that sound but when I am alone the neighborhood hears me play! Lol. I have read that Keith used a tube screamer so I mi
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DonParker
"As you can see, the Stones magic doesn’t lie in having tons of gear. There are no massive pedalboards that need to be powered by special generators. The secret is the swagger that comes from a band that has great chemistry as a result of years of recording and touring together. If you possess a Telecaster, Firebird, Les Paul or some kind of Gibson ES model, along with a tube amp with spring
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DonParker
I remember using an Ampeg VT22 in combination with an Ibanez Tube Screamer and a '72 Gibson Les Paul Custom with PAF pick ups. That was in de mid 8-tees. The sound came quite close to Richard's and Taylor's sound during their '73 tour. Not the playing though.
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DonParker
A rapper avant la lettre.
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DonParker
Gentle Giant: Three Friends. The Mahavishnu Orchestra : Birds of Fire. Jeff Beck: Wired. Allan Holdsworth: Metal Fatigue. Kate Bush: The Kick Inside. And come on, Rolling Stones: Exile On Main Street and Sticky Fingers, my favourite studio albums.
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DonParker
QuoteDiamondDog7 Frankly, he reminds me of MT in the early 7-tees here.
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DonParker
Quotethijs1981 Because he used to be a better drinker than Richie Sambora?
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DonParker
I always found that Ron, from the early eighties and onwards, fitted a band like Bon Jovi better. Both as a guitarist and as an artist.
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DonParker
Very good playing by Taylor, dirty sound, fluid, melodic and speedy at times. Too short. The best Ive heard him do over the last decade or so. Very Stones worthy.
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DonParker
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteHMS Unforunately it seems that there are no pictures at all showing the Stones with adorable ELLEN PAGE. SHUT UP. You're just a big collection of drain flies. Lol.
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DonParker
SFTD, GGYYO!. IORR.Short & Curlies. The lead guitar, very melodic. For years I thought it was Taylor. And of course all his Chuck Berry interpretations.
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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman By 81 they mostly played new material or other covers. That's why it was interesting having Taylor on board for this show, imo. My point exactly DP, nothing more, nothing less, and of course the usual iorr fun.
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DonParker
QuoteHMS "Another notable performance during the tour was the 14 December performance at Kansas City's Kemper Arena. Previous Stones lead guitarist Mick Taylor joined the band for a large part of the performance. Ronnie Wood was not happy with Taylor's appearance, however: " bulldozing through parts of songs that should have been subtle, ignoring breaks and taking uninvited so
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DonParker
QuoteHonkeyTonkFlash I'm just gonna go out on a limb here and suppose that neither Keith nor Ronnie were too thrilled to have Taylor playing on so many numbers. Those two had been working since 1975 at perfecting their two guitars-meshing-as-one thing and from what I've read, even though Taylor's not extremely loud in the recordings, on the stage he was so loud he was stepping all
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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteDonParker QuoteHis Majesty I expect it to not sound all that different from these. Are these crude and authentic!? With guitar deliberately out of tune. Hat's off to Jagger's harp playing. Just like on Stray Cat Blues - a lovely tad out of tune >< That's real blues.
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DonParker
QuoteHis Majesty I expect it to not sound all that different from these. Are these crude and authentic!? With guitar deliberately out of tune. Hat's off to Jagger's harp playing.
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DonParker
Kleermaker usually has good stuff. Here's the show:
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DonParker
Quoteblivet This is the reason I never bothered reading Life. By the time it came out I had already realized that Keith was almost entirely unreliable. I've even read that what he says about how songs were recorded and how his guitar was tuned doesn't jibe with what you actually hear on the records. There's just no point in listening to anything the guy has to say about anything,
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DonParker
QuoteNICOS "IORR Band - Welcome to the breakfast show"..............hope to see you in Amsterdam one day......................
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DonParker
QuoteHMS Although Angie turned out to be the huge hit they hoped for, they do not very often perform it live, that makes me think they are not so very fond of it. They sounded quite inspired when they played it live in Brussels '73. They gave it all they got, heart and soul, Jagger & Taylor in particular.
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DonParker
Correct DP, Al Perkins played on Torn & Frayed.
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DonParker
My guess would be that it's Al Perkins. Ron Wood was not around yet.
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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteRedhotcarpet He sott of did it on Mercy Mercy which the Stones covered and copied That's a different lick. The Stones ignored chords and did an easier and simplified version of Covay's Mercy Mercy. Still funny to hear that Hendrix played these kind of intro licks in '64 already, and not in country style. In '67 he gave it a bit more of a roc
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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteDonParker QuoteDandelionPowderman All artists have used that chord-progression. Hendrix certainly didn't invent it I thought maybe he meant the short opening riff, though. Yes, that's what I meant, my answer to Chris Fountain above. You also can hear Keith do it on SFTD, on YaYa's, the verses, and Hendrix, earlier, the Wind cries Mary etc. Sound
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DonParker
QuoteDandelionPowderman All artists have used that chord-progression. Hendrix certainly didn't invent it I thought maybe he meant the short opening riff, though. Yes, that's what I meant, my answer to Chris Fountain above. You also can hear Keith do it on SFTD, on YaYa's, the verses, and Hendrix, earlier, the Wind cries Mary etc. Sounds great.
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