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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Monkey Man?? I don't remember them playing that at the Fonda.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
OK. Lemme know if you get it.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Hey Roller99, Does it include any of the fan interviews that were conducted upstairs at the Fonda before the show? My daughter and I were called in to the interview to talk about how the song Brown Sugar had impacted our lives. I am hoping that interview appears in the bonus material.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
I remember BS at that show as really standing out. I think I mentioned something about that in the review I wrote on the show. At 7 minutes, that is a long rave-up. Sometimes it gets boring when they go on and on like that for BS. But at the Fonda it was great. That is reflected in this video. I'll never forget that show.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quotekdsalter I saw them for the first time at the Anaheim shows (or should I call them the "shoes" -- inside joke if you were there). I remember a banner celebrating Mick's upcoming birthday. He was turning 35. My God, that seemed so old and over the hill to me at the time. Way too old to rock and roll. Here is the shoe story:
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
I saw them for the first time at the Anaheim shows (or should I call them the "shoes" -- inside joke if you were there). I remember a banner celebrating Mick's upcoming birthday. He was turning 35. My God, that seemed so old and over the hill to me at the time. Way too old to rock and roll.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
From: Rolling Stones: new live approach While Olé Olé Olé is out this week, the 2015 Rolling Stones concert at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles is expected in the fall. This concert is still the only one in which the Rolling Stones have played the entire Sticky Fingers album live. Filmed and directed by Paul Dugdale to whom we owe many other filmed releases of the band (Sweet Summer Su
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Yesterday Eagle Rock Entertainment declared "SF" as album of the week. Maybe that is a hint.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quote35love Quotekdsalter QuoteBastion Quotekdsalter I just got back from 2 weeks in southern Spain and northern Italy, cycling with friends. Less than a week after I returned an old colleague of mine, out of the blue, declared his intention to travel to Europe in the fall to see the RS -- and asked me to join him. I told him that I would have to think about it 'cause the resulting divorce
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
QuoteBastion Quotekdsalter I just got back from 2 weeks in southern Spain and northern Italy, cycling with friends. Less than a week after I returned an old colleague of mine, out of the blue, declared his intention to travel to Europe in the fall to see the RS -- and asked me to join him. I told him that I would have to think about it 'cause the resulting divorce would be quite pricey!
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Hey Exilestones, So I was disappointed by the SFL album. I don't think it sounded anywhere near as good as the show itself. I am hoping some of the magic of that night translates to the DVD better than it did to the audio recording. But I wonder, did the reason it sounded so extraordinary that night 2 years and 1 week ago stem from the excitement of just being there? Or was the band
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quote35love Quotekdsalter Quote35love Quotekdsalter And thanks for posting the photos. My daughter is in the 2nd row at the far left. I am in the black t-shirt one person behind her and to the right. ^ Father of the year award ^ Ha! I guess so. For her first concert, I took her to the first LA show at Staples in 2013. Our Lucky Dip tickets landed us front row center in the Tongue Pit
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
I just got back from 2 weeks in southern Spain and northern Italy, cycling with friends. Less than a week after I returned an old colleague of mine, out of the blue, declared his intention to travel to Europe in the fall to see the RS -- and asked me to join him. I told him that I would have to think about it 'cause the resulting divorce would be quite pricey!
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quote35love Quotekdsalter And thanks for posting the photos. My daughter is in the 2nd row at the far left. I am in the black t-shirt one person behind her and to the right. ^ Father of the year award ^ Ha! I guess so. For her first concert, I took her to the first LA show at Staples in 2013. Our Lucky Dip tickets landed us front row center in the Tongue Pit, right in front of Mick.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
And thanks for posting the photos. My daughter is in the 2nd row at the far left. I am in the black t-shirt one person behind her and to the right.
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3 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
The bonus material will probably be interviews with the fans, held in upstairs studio at the Fonda, a few hours before the show. My daughter and I responded to a call for interviews on "What eacch song on Sticky Fingers means to you?" We told our story about Brown Sugar. Each song was addressed by a different fan or pair of fans. Our reward for doing the interview was being allowed
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Mick joked about doing a "Satanic Majesties Request" tour at the Fonda show. Yes that was funny, but damn it -- I love that album. So I just covered two of the songs. I know, my singing voice is awful. But that doesn't stop me from singing. And if you can't stand it, well your in good company! Here they are: Citadel and 2000 Light Years from Home, performed by yours trul
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quotegotdablouse Fantastic album ! Sounds almost "too good", but they technically had little time to mess with it so...Now I do wonder why Denson'solo in CYHMk is so groovy here and rather "pedestrian" in the shows? I don't think we've heard from any of the lucky Fonda guests yet, how does the recording sound compared to what you remember? I suppose that all
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
QuoteStoneburst A couple of initial thoughts: 1) Sister Morphine is absolutely brilliant, some of the best slide work I've ever heard from Ronnie. There's no point comparing it to the original because he and Ry Cooder are totally different players - the important thing is that it's unmistakably Wood playing, it's instantly recognisable as such. That sort of personality is w
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5 ***years ***ago
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Quotebonddm I'm definitely a Taylorite,but Ronnie was absolutely on fire on this gig. The performance is so good, I'll happily double-dip if/when they release it again in other formats! I am a Taylorite, too. But I was at this show and, as the recording indicates, Ron Wood was absolutely brilliant on everything (except CYHMK). After 40 years I guess I can finally get used to the id
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Thanks for the kind words Sdstonesguy and crawdaddy.
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quoteroller99 Quotekdsalter Did they tell you what they are going to do with the interview footage? Will it just be for the DVD or will it be part of the preshow on the Zipcode tour? I was led to believe it will be shown on jumbotrons, I guess I'll find out Sunday. Were you just two to the left of us? Presumably we were just to the left of you. What were you wearing? You can see my d
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Nope. I am the guy in the RS video at 0:10 saying "Its the hottest ticket in the country if not the world." Rolling Stones at Fonda This interview was on the street at around 6 pm. But our fan interview, inside the Fonda with Sarah, was at about 4:45. I was not wearing a Steel Wheels t-shirt. Quoteroller99 Quotekdsalter Quotewinter Now that the Fonda attendees here have started t
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quotewinter Now that the Fonda attendees here have started to be able to reflect on the show a bit, I was wondering if any of you could weigh in on instrumentation for the gig. 1. You Gotta Move: KR on 12-string acoustic for YGM. Did Ronnie also play slide (electric) on this? 2. I Got the Blues: Was it CL or MC who took the organ solo on IGTB? If MC, did he also break it out for JJF? 3.
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Quoteroller99 QuoteBeast Nice! Thank you for posting, roller99. Not that I was there, but there are a lot of well-perceived truths in that review. I'll try and put in writing as much as I can, so you can be there in spirit. I'm still in a nether world. I went to work Thursday and had to leave, I could not concentrate. Now it's on to SD, perhaps MN and Buffalo. Is this really
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
QuoteLeonioid Quotekdsalter {I am trying to respond to BV's post about being in zombieland. I too am a zombie and can't seem to figure out how to get the quote in my post. Sorry!} Me too. I have been unable to focus on work and just keep drifting back to Weds. It was an incredibly powerful experience. And I can't really explain it. I don't like Start Me Up and I find i
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
{I am trying to respond to BV's post about being in zombieland. I too am a zombie and can't seem to figure out how to get the quote in my post. Sorry!} Me too. I have been unable to focus on work and just keep drifting back to Weds. It was an incredibly powerful experience. And I can't really explain it. I don't like Start Me Up and I find it trite when they open a sho
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
Mick played guitar on Whip, Dead Flowers and/or Wild Horses and Moonlight Mile. On MM I am pretty sure he started the song with the Japanese part.
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
jagger played guitar for the first time Wed on Whip (I think it was a black strat, but not sure). The next time he played a Gibson acoustic on either Dead Flowers or Wild Horses This was one of those guitars that looks like the acoustics used in the film Sympathy for the Devil.
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5 ***years ***ago
kdsalter
jagger played guitar for the first time Wed on Whip (I think it was a black strat, but not sure). The next time he played a Gibson acoustic on Wild horses. This was one of those guitars that looks like the acoustics used in the film Sympathy for the Devil.
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