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7 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
Touring must be brutal at that age. They can always do a residency like Aerosmith and Billy Joel do.
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8 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
QuoteIn open-G, perhaps. He plays Monkey Man in standard tuning, does a good job.
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8 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
He still plays his chord riffs great. Damn, he played Monkey Man really good on this tour no? If he would just stick to the 12 fret pentatonic notes on SFTD like on Beggars Banquet it would be great.
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9 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
The LP player sounds like Mick Taylor Jr. Nice!
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9 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
The boys can still play and excite an audience. If I hadn't seen them before I might spend big dollars to see them. For me personally, I wouldn't spend the money to see HTW, SMU, SFM, etc. played live again. I still follow the setlists and stuff and I love them to death but a live show is over for me.
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11 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
Jimmy Page now that's a low slung guitar. Tom Morello very high. Keith likes it that way so he plays it that way. It is harder to play that low but going on many decades he's always strung it there.
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13 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
Being on the road and playing for what 2 or 3 hours is tiring, especially for a 78 year old. Heck, go on a business trip for a week or two, it's exhausting. They're doing really well for guys their age.
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18 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
My best 1972 MSG, Stevie Wonder opening act (which was fantastic in itself). Others 1975 MSG and 1999 Hartford.
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18 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
Still a great live rock band no doubt! Quite a catalog of songs to pull from.
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23 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
Wow! GREAT videos dnewton99. Good sound, they show just how great this band is live (still)!
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24 ***days ***ago
beachbreak
Probably just a new song or two on compilations or anniversary reissues. They could be ones written some time ago but never finished and released.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
beachbreak
A catalog of many GREAT songs.
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2 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
That was a very good SFTD.
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2 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
Some nuggets on B2B. Gunface, Flip The Switch, Out of Control, ANybody Seen My Baby are darn good songs.
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2 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
QuoteI think this is going to be a great tour for Keith, i still think he has something up his sleeve Absolutely!!!!!
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2 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
This is Steve Jordan, a true professional, a Charlie favorite, Winos member, Keith friend..........he will rock the house down! Not even an issue!
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2 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
I really think that as Keith ages, his guitar playing has intentionally evolved to put more "roll" into rock n' roll. If you listen to the Fonda Theater show, he played great but very subtly. Sure he has aged but he's doing great.
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3 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
Rocks Off, the start of Exile, especially that firt symbal crash at the beginning.
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3 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
Rest in Peace Charlie Watts, one of the greats.
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3 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
Keith had a few good ones on Cross Eyed Heart. About a new Stones album, I think that ship has sailed away, won't happen.
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3 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
IMHO I don't think the band just wants to finish this tour commitment and enjoy the holidays. They're a band, a great live one, who have been doing this for 60 years. It's what they do, it's what they are, it's what they love or they would have quit long ago. I know Keith is always itching to get on the road and look how quickly Mick did after the heart surgery.
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3 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
People, this is the Rolling Stones, not some unknown internet band. They are top-notch professionals. They're shows will be outstanding or they wouldn't play. Steve Jordan is a great drummer, I believe Charlie Watts recommended him to Keith for the Winos. The most important thing is that Mr. Watts has a full recovery. The next most no doubt will be the a Stones rocking do
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4 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
One of the best JJF's live. As an aside, I watched the Fonda Theater show on Hulu, Netflicks or one of the streaming services (can't remember) and must say, the boys sounded great! Keith's guitar playing was a pure, tasteful, professional joy. I really dug his LP Jr./Tweed Twin sound!
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11 ***months ***ago
beachbreak
IORR
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***1 year ***ago
beachbreak
Stones Bowie The Band Dylan Alice Cooper Springsteen Stevie Wonder Ray Charles Beach Boys Deep Purple The Cars The Who Too many lesser ones to list, these are some of the bigger acts I can think of.
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***1 year ***ago
beachbreak
Not my type of guitar playing but he was a great player. RIP.
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***1 year ***ago
beachbreak
1972 MSG Scorching MT leads over KR open tuning chords like SFM, so heavy...
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***1 year ***ago
beachbreak
Good song.
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***1 year ***ago
beachbreak
Great album. The more I listen the more I like it.
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