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11 ***days ***ago
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Great blues! However I love VL, which I consider to be one of the best works of the Stones ever.
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14 ***days ***ago
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Quotejbwelda Yeah, no, hell no, none of that BS. Get Mick to stand at the microphone and concentrate on singing. Give him a harmonica for slow times. I don't go through all the hassle for some bloody three ring circus with the head clown running around the stage. jb The highest paid clown in the world! I would too. Like it or not, the Stones have always been good at impressing with props
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16 ***days ***ago
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Quote24FPS QuoteJustin Quote24FPS Finally got to watch the first part of it last night. Just a totally different band. Bill IS Miss You. It really is the end of the Golden Era. Maybe so. But that year was the birth of major chapter in their history. If you attendedany show since 1989--then you simply owe a tip of the hat to all that happened during that period and what steps they took to recr
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19 ***days ***ago
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Great song, I always loved the intro!
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24 ***days ***ago
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Surely Amsterdam is the most particular one, most likely also thanks to the intimate location, but the setlist is truly exceptional. The guys who were there a few meters from the greatest rock'n roll band in the world were lucky. But the truth is that they also played great and this often happens when they play in small spaces.
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24 ***days ***ago
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Quotebleedingman Just watched this show for the first time in many years. Very nice video/audio. Keith and Ronnie are up front but the Wyman/Watts combo is mixed quite well also. A solid foundation that the other musicians could "walk" on. Bill was a tragic loss. What an awful stage. Balloons for Jagger to play with, stairs for Jagger to run up and down,Jagger doing bizarre mime routine
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27 ***days ***ago
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Quotejbwelda I get the distinct impression Mick Jagger will put out anything that someone convinces him will sell, regardless of what he may blab about it on any given day. What he "says" is often contradicted the very next day, and that has been a pattern since the early days. He admits it himself, that he plays roles day to day and that is part of it. Mick was not referring to this t
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29 ***days ***ago
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteTestify I love Ronnie's guitar solo on Terrifying! Just sayin' or willin' to testify? It is really cool! I like both the overall sound and how the band performed at this concert. They were truly flawless here! I like to hear Wood high in the mix, which sadly hasn't happened for years. Hear her slide in Salt Of The Earth or LRR etc. a really nice exper
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30 ***days ***ago
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QuoteErik_Snow A 2 DVD of Knebworth 1976 would be worth purchasing even if disc 1 only featured Little Red Rooster and disc 2 only had Wild Horses I wish I was wrong, but I think Knebworth has a lot of audio issues, I don't think he will ever be released.
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30 ***days ***ago
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I love Ronnie's guitar solo on Terrifying!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Here's what I would like ... Paris 76! Edit This version is even better
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteAV83 Maybe I didn't make myself clear, I'm not comparing this to the whole Flashpoint album. What I'm saying is, there's a song in Flashpoint from this Atlantic City concert (Little Red Rooster). Aaaaand the version featured in Flashpoint has NO overdubs. All that I'm talking about is the way it is mixed and sounds. It's the same version, mixed differently.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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I think this is a great release, but don't compare the Flashpoint audio with this one, one thing is a live album, where the individual tracks are processed as they always do in post production, here they just improve the whole of the audio and to turn up some channels that were buried in the mix, such as Wood's guitar, which sounds loud and clear here, and it's a pleasure to hear i
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotehockenheim95 Just compare it with Flashpoint or Live at the Max. Keith plays such beautiful licks on this song and here they are completely burried in the mix. You can barely hear them. Just Jagger and Chuck - nothing else... They will never do the mix work, which they did on Flashpoint, for a whole three hour concert, it would cost exaggerated! In these concerts they try to improve the sou
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteIrix Quoterollmops Brian naming himself "Leader" must have annoyed Mick & Keith. Read again the Stones-history. Brian was the one who wanted to form a Band. M. Jagger, Dick Taylor and K. Richards joined in .... . And they were billed as "Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones" - . Therefore "our singer" , "Vocals" in Brian's letter. I
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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I think that any album, seen in retrospect by the authors, you would change it, the only exception is if it was a very successful album. I think that immediately after the release of the album they would do it differently. It's normal ... that's why I never give much importance to artists' opinions on their albums. I think VL was a great album, well played and I love all the song
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteRedhotcarpet QuoteTestify I remember very well an interview with Jerry Hall,I think in the mid 80s, where he tells how difficult it was to convince Mick to get rid of drugs, I guess he was referring to cocaine, but possible that he also used amphetamines. No that was heroin. I dont think they even considered cocaine as a hard drug. yes, yes it may be ... I don't remember exactly what
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Quoteultimaterocker I think it is relatively common knowledge that he was regularly using coke from the early 70’s to the late 80’s. He was flying pretty high during the Japanese solo tour in 88. On the 88 solo tour it was actually quite evident!
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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I remember very well an interview with Jerry Hall,I think in the mid 80s, where he tells how difficult it was to convince Mick to get rid of drugs, I guess he was referring to cocaine, but possible that he also used amphetamines.
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2 ***months ***ago
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I like it !
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTestify On this tour both Keith and Ronnie played two white guitars, it seems to me you see well on SSS or HS and many other songs. What guitars are they? I don't seem to have seen them on other tours except perhaps sporadically. The Music Man Silhouettes. Keith used the black one on the Winos tours in 1992/93. Haven't seen them since. In fact, I haven
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2 ***months ***ago
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On this tour both Keith and Ronnie played two white guitars, it seems to me you see well on SSS or HS and many other songs. What guitars are they? I don't seem to have seen them on other tours except perhaps sporadically.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotedcba Quotevertigojoe I can’t agree. Two shows at Manchester on the urban jungle tour was my introduction to Live Stones, I was too young for ‘82. The disappointment of the muted guitars, parpy keyboards, shocking clothes and lack of any danger/spontaneity I remember to this day. Set the template for all tours since then. Essentially it marked Keith’s demotion from band leader to cartoon
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2 ***months ***ago
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I love Van Morrison and Lonnie Donegan, nice to see them with Ronnie. Ronnie if I'm not mistaken is playing his Gibson Hummingbird, fantastic guitar.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Some songs were excluded not because they were bad, but because they don't fit into the album they want to make or because at that historical moment they didn't think to include them, this doesn't mean that they suck. This happened for good or bad for all the albums, but it is undeniable that in that period they had made a lot of songs, in some cases inserted in subsequent albums i
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2 ***months ***ago
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Unfortunately it seems that there are people who live in certainties, we accept the fact that someone doesn't like Exile and adores ER, I don't think it's a crime, it falls within the faculty of each of us to have tastes, which can be different. Personally I always try to respect the tastes of others, but often also here, the others do not respect mine. Avoid saying that this albu
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2 ***months ***ago
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When I saw B.B.King in concert too, I was amazed to hear those lyrics and then see him leave the building in a limousine at the end of the concert.
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2 ***months ***ago
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotevertigojoe QuoteTaylor1 The 1989 tour was fantastic.It is the most underrated Stones tour IMO. The band and especially Keith were great. It was not a Vegas act.It had great energy and musianship I can’t agree. Two shows at Manchester on the urban jungle tour was my introduction to Live Stones, I was too young for ‘82. The disappointment of the muted guitars, parpy keyboards, shocking cloth
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2 ***months ***ago
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Thanks, fantastic, I didn't have it ...
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