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6 ***weeks ***ago
stanlove
QuoteTheGreek Quotestanlove The Beatles would have been the headliners but if they both played the crowd would have been just as pumped to see the Stones. The only act to maybe be the headliner over the Beatles might have been Dylan. I just have a really difficult time seeing Dylan over the Stones and the Beatles or even Led Zeppelin . Has Dylan filled stadiums ? O
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6 ***weeks ***ago
stanlove
The Beatles would have been the headliners but if they both played the crowd would have been just as pumped to see the Stones. The only act to maybe be the headliner over the Beatles might have been Dylan.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
stanlove
QuoteHairball I prefer Sasha who understands her role in the band, and when it's time for her to showcase her skills during her Gimme Shelter solo, she does it in a classy tasteful and respectful way sounding like Merry Clyaton. Lisa on the other hand always seemed to want to be in the spotlight...her operatic solo during Gimme Shelter was extremely over-the-top and circus-like sounding
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3 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotechrism13 I have an idea. The Stones should invite Paul to sit in at one of their live shows (Hard Rock?)for a blues song! Obviously both the Beatles and the Stones have long history together ...Stones even covering Get Back a few years ago. I would suggest a version of Twenty Flight Rock as that was one of the first songs McCartney played with Lennon..if my memory serves me. Anyway, it would
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3 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotedaspyknows QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteBowieStone Quotetriceratops Quotedaspyknows Eric Clapton Isn't Just Spouting Vaccine Nonsense—He's Bankrolling It Eric Clapton went from setting the standard for rock guitar to making ‘full-tilt’ racist rants to becoming an outspoken vaccine skeptic. Did he change? Or was he always like this? It's all good! Eric is doing great these d
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4 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteHairball Lol...not a fan of Stevie Van Zandt (w/Springsteen), but he does have a great radio show - Little Steven's Underground Garage where he unearths lots of oldies and hidden gems... I always thought he was more of a Stones fan - wondering if he'll ever give classes on them?
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5 ***months ***ago
stanlove
1. Exile on Main Street 2. Sticky Fingers 3. Beggars Banquet 4. Let It Bleed
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5 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteMemo From Tina Turner Quoterattler2004 What’s the scoop? It’s a 2+hour video Sorry, I posted the wrong link. Here's the correct link. The video is 4 minutes long: It didn't explain how the kid ended up with it or where it is now.
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5 ***months ***ago
stanlove
The Stones did not pay well except for YCAGWTW. The Who were the Who. They played a weak ridiculous song really loud. That's what they do. Always the same. I got my shit wrecked on 12/11/1968 in music class. Some kid hit me really hard and made me cry.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteMariuana Is this thread still alive? Seriously, a person who started this might have wanted some attention. I wonder why you only blame Mick and Bill but never mention Keith who openly was with an underaged 16 years old Quicy Jones daughter while on the STP tour in 1972? While still with Anita? (question for those who glorify Keith's fidelity). Their realtionship was not a secret and f
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
There are no good version except for the original. Its a song the Stones could never play well live.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotegostonesforever I was always partial to this one. But Ya-Ya's was the first Stones record I heard many moons ago, so maybe some bias... Awful version. They is probably the worst version.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotenellcote'71 Quotedaspyknows Reading this thread it is easy to pick out those who fall on the dividing line of the symbols represent history and not meant to be racist and those who are flat out racists. I fully expect those who are the flat out racists to come after me for this comment. Then again they are also the same same anti-maskers who dismiss Covid as a flu or a hoax. You k
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteRedhotcarpet Quote24FPS Finished the four part HBO series on Woody Allen versus Mia Farrow. It appears he did molest their seven year old daughter. I can't watch his films now without his abhorrent behavior coloring my perception of him, and his work. Some of his work reveals his predilection for underage girls, not necessarily children. As often occurs with rich, privileged, celebritie
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotedaspyknows Reading this thread it is easy to pick out those who fall on the dividing line of the symbols represent history and not meant to be racist and those who are flat out racists. I fully expect those who are the flat out racists to come after me for this comment. Then again they are also the same same anti-maskers who dismiss Covid as a flu or a hoax. You know who you are and so
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteGazza Anthony Scaduto's Jagger biography recounts the 'I could have written Satisfaction but you couldnt have written Tambourine Man' story except the wording isnt as expletive ridden or as nasty as this ('you cats') and that the conversation took place between Dylan and Mick, not Dylan and Keith. Whats with the narrator's robotic voice. He sounds like one o
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Dead crowd by the end of the first song.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotecaschimann Quotestanlove QuoteStoneage To defend Stanlove a bit: There can be a huge difference between a professional recording (including edits) and your personal experience of a gig (or two). The 81/82 sound production was not all that impressive and if you caught a position far back in the crowd I can understand someone's disappointment. Actually its easy to prove I am correct.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Another video of a college lecture.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteGasLightStreet Watch the Buffalo video and see if the crowd is dead. Maybe someone always eats sour grapes. I dunno. The crowd was dead in Buffalo. I was there. You can look at the video and see for yourself that a couple of songs in the crowd was already dead.
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10 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteStoneage To defend Stanlove a bit: There can be a huge difference between a professional recording (including edits) and your personal experience of a gig (or two). The 81/82 sound production was not all that impressive and if you caught a position far back in the crowd I can understand someone's disappointment. Actually its easy to prove I am correct. Here is how the tour went.
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11 ***months ***ago
stanlove
Quotecaschimann Quotestanlove QuoteStoneage One observation about the 81/82 tour: Neither of the Tattoo You songs came out good live. I think they slaughtered SMU for instance. Uninspiring. Black Limousine might be the exception though. It sounded pretty good. Agreed. 1981 was their worst tour ever. They just basically butchered their own songs for 2 hours. The crowds were dead and disappoin
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11 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteStoneage One observation about the 81/82 tour: Neither of the Tattoo You songs came out good live. I think they slaughtered SMU for instance. Uninspiring. Black Limousine might be the exception though. It sounded pretty good. Agreed. 1981 was their worst tour ever. They just basically butchered their own songs for 2 hours. The crowds were dead and disappointed. Not sure about 1982.
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11 ***months ***ago
stanlove
QuoteGS1978 She was a gifted actress who transcended the typical roles given to black actresses in the 1970s & 1980s. NYTimes...LOL
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***1 year ***ago
stanlove
Quotestickyfingers101 QuoteRockman As for the rest, I love Keef....but, his statements here are absurd. eeeerrrr not really .... cant really see what he's said wrong and most working on the pyramids sure weren't supplied with safety boots and holiday pay .... He said he was black. Which is absurd. Keef toured the US in the 1960s....so he should know that thanks to his
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***1 year ***ago
stanlove
Quotebuttons67 why is a music journalist bringing in darryls colour status as being ironic, really didnt see the point of this, all original stones members are white. Because its 2020 and that's all some people want to talk about. Yawn
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***1 year ***ago
stanlove
QuoteTheGreek QuoteLeonidP QuoteBig Al QuoteLeonidP Quotestickyfingers101 Quotedaspyknows QuoteBig Al Captain Corella: businesses have to survive and people need to go about their daily lives. The nation is sick of Covid-19 and, quite frankly, ludicrous 'tier systems' I'm all for social-distancing and wearing a facial-covering, but that should be it. We need to live. Those who are
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***1 year ***ago
stanlove
Lennon really liked the Stones Album Its Only Rock and Roll. 00:44.
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***1 year ***ago
stanlove
Quote24FPS Quotestanlove Quote24FPS QuoteElmo Lewis He wasn't so nice in the Playboy interview..... Yes, that and the famous 'Lennon Remembers' Rolling Stone interview from 1970 was snippy when it came to the Stones. Just like the Stones were snarky towards Led Zeppelin. I think there was a certain jealousy in Lennon. I think he wanted to be in a down and dirty rock and roll gr
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***1 year ***ago
stanlove
Quote24FPS QuoteElmo Lewis He wasn't so nice in the Playboy interview..... Yes, that and the famous 'Lennon Remembers' Rolling Stone interview from 1970 was snippy when it came to the Stones. Just like the Stones were snarky towards Led Zeppelin. I think there was a certain jealousy in Lennon. I think he wanted to be in a down and dirty rock and roll group. They all had thei
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