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11 ***days ***ago
woodyweaving
Wow, I really enjoyed that song. I'd never heard it before and it was completely not what I expected! Thanks for sharing.
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6 ***months ***ago
woodyweaving
Thank you BV, I love this forum. Not just because of the content, but it's a pleasure navigating a basic website without all the rubbish around it like most new websites. So thanks for all you do to keep it going
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6 ***months ***ago
woodyweaving
Someone else might recall better than I do but I remember seeing Mick Jagger saying (jokingly in exasperation) something to the effect of "hand of fate with all it's words" in regards to performing it live.
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7 ***months ***ago
woodyweaving
I've listened to the one with Rod Stewart and that was a really fun listen. You can see why they made such great music together.
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***1 year ***ago
woodyweaving
My favourites; A different kind Golden Caddy Leather Jacket Almost Hear You Sigh (Keith Vocal) Act Together Beast of Burden (Falsetto Demo) Train Song Give Me A Hamburger to Go I Think I'm Going Mad (There's a slower tempo version) Never Let Her Go What Gives You The Right Side Note: Has anybody managed to find a copy of I Think I'm going Mad with Keith's vocal
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***1 year ***ago
woodyweaving
Just started watching the series and intend to read the books soon afterwards. I've been lead to believe they are classics.
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***1 year ***ago
woodyweaving
Sorry for the long delay - I had not been online in quite some time and this post had disappeared. I can't recall the name of the boot but I have the track on my phone still. If you are curious I can see if I can find a way to set up a dropbox or something with it available to download? Also, if someone knows the name of the boot it also had ronnie wood doing an early version of bobby womac
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***1 year ***ago
woodyweaving
And are we including outtakes? If so I would nominate give me a hamburger to go/stuck out all alone.
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
It's a great album and it's a shame it wasn't more greatly recognised by the public. The song that appeared on now look "Breathe on Me" I believe was also from these sessions but couldn't fit on the album. It would have made another great addition IMO.
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I actually like the version from the stones studio outtakes better. It's a bit less produced but feels like it has more groove.
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I need you and a different kind for sure!
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Agreed. I loved him and Ronnie Wood together too. From the late to the early is such a beautiful track.
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
The thing I enjoy about Ronnie's playing (and I think when given the opportunity he is a great player) is that even if you think he isn't the most "technically" gifted player (whatever that means) is that it had soul or feeling behind it. There are too many players that seem to have the impression that playing a million notes constitutes great playing but it's not wha
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Thank you for sharing!
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
He also worked with Bowie a bit in his early years. Not sure about the rest of his career.
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2 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
QuoteMrBobMartini Love lots of these, especially the '77 and' 79 stuff. Munich Hilton, Yellow Cab, Gangster's Moll, No Spare Parts, Everlasting is my Love, Misty Roads, those are just ones I haven't seen mentioned yet. Plus, A Different Kind is one of my favorite stones songs period. A Different Kind video: A different kind is one of my all time favourites, glad there
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Thanks for these it's greatly appreciated and they sound terrific!
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Thank for these they are amazing! The all about you outtake is amazing too.
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Thanks for the link!
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I love this song and listen to it all the time - it has such a strange but great feel to it, relaxed but swings and almost melancholy. Side note: The linked version is about three minutes but the version I have is just over six minutes. Does anyone else have the versions I have? There are some clear edit points in the linked track.
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
video: Hey guys, Just stumbled across a cool video of these guys mixing the album for six mins. Sorry if it's been posted before but I thought it was cool and others would appreciate seeing it. Enjoy! Edit: Looks like it was bonus footage from the DVD of gimme shelter from around 2000
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Big Star are really worth a listen to! Due to some bad luck and some issues with promotion and distribution with their first record they never made it big but they could have easily been a success under more ideal circumstances. Alex Chilton (probably the most notable member of the band) has a solo career worth checking out from before and after big star too. He was the singer for the box top
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
QuoteLeonidP And don't discount Mahoney's Last Stand (w Ronnie Lane), that has some very good tunes, Tonight's Number, Mona "The Blues", country songs Chicken Wire(d). I can't believe I forgot this one! From the late to the early is a great track on there too.
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I love Ronnie's solo career - For me it is surprising that someone like him has remained so unknown/underrated by the general public his whole career considering his achievements which include: Jeff Beck Group Faces Stones Rod Stewart's better quality solo work And then aside from the above mentioned his solo career in it's own right is great and easily the best of all the
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3 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Ronnie has had such an underrated run IMO, from his work with Beck to the Faces and then his solo albums up until the early eighties were fantastic in my opinion (aside from poor mixing on one). Then not to mention his efforts with the stones on top of that. I listen to his early albums all the time. And the first barbarians stuff is terrific! Great listen and anyone who has the time to watch th
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4 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
But where is the piano player to help them all keep time?
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4 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Good to see this has turned into a regular "Post about Ronnie Wood that inevitably results in MT vs Woody debates"
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4 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I can sympathise with both of the glimmers and like them both so I am going to try and be as objective as I possibly can here. On one hand, Mick had to deal with a junkie and all of the issues that accompany having one as a key member of your band - the hangers on, legal issues, lateness/not turning up to sessions and declining contributions for beginners. Then imagine covering for him and all
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4 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
QuoteSweetThing Hot Stuff & Wild Horses at Knebworth. Also, Beast of Burden from Live in Texas 1978 That wild horses solo is one of the most captivating I can recall hearing in a long time
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4 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
This is part of the reason I feel annoyed when people rip on Ronnie both live and studio work. Would any other guitarist be able to flourish in the environment that Ronnie has toured under for the most part since joining the stones? Or in the studio where mick and keith rule but their song output declined compared to their prior years? Without Mac/Stu/Hopkins/keys/wyman I feel like the enviro
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