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6 ***months ***ago
Niklas
Love this song.
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***1 year ***ago
Niklas
1969 Ya-yas version does it for me.
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***1 year ***ago
Niklas
QuoteThe Worst. I have now watched all episodes. There are some great moments in all four episodes, but I’m not fully satisfied. My initial feeling is that this could have been so much better if they only had let someone with actual knowledge of the Stones’ history and music to write the narration, choose the music and edit the clips. This happens time and time again. Why on earth do they have th
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2 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Troubles a'comin is fantastic! Drift away and Living In The Heart Of Love as well. Love it. :-)
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteHarm I would have missed quite a few concerts Would you be better off them or did you enjoy them?
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteStrike They would have become legends... now they`re just old dudes. Take a look a Robert Plant, he is still keen on discovering new music and imagine how boring it would have been if Led Zep had made ten stadium tours where they played the same songs every night, like our boys did. Did they really? I saw three shows in NY on the Licks Tour, and they gave me like 41 different songs....
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteSpud QuoteRockman what if they had quit in '72 ? Most folks woulda just got married 'cause there'd been nothin' else ta do ..... For kicks the out-casts woulda had ta turn to Hawaiian shirts and The Steve Miller Band... That's about the size of it. Some folks around here have argued over recent years that they should have "quit at the top". I
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Quotetomzen QuoteNiklas Quote71Tele I have refined my idea. What if we choose a particular Stones album (my preference would be Exile, but that's probably too ambitious) and everyone takes a song. Then we sequence them in the same order as the original album. Maybe too much, but what the heck. Just throwin' it out there... If Exile is chosen, give me and my band The Crawlin' King
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Quotescaffer Agreed, Shezeboss! Mick started consistently hitting very high notes on stage with the Voodoo Lounge tour - prior to that, from '69 through '89, he seemed to sing more cautiously. In Baltimore in 2006, days before the Super Bowl, Mick sang 'Midnight Rambler' - including the screaming parts in the break - like there was no tomorrow; he wasn't 'saving
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Quote71Tele I have refined my idea. What if we choose a particular Stones album (my preference would be Exile, but that's probably too ambitious) and everyone takes a song. Then we sequence them in the same order as the original album. Maybe too much, but what the heck. Just throwin' it out there... If Exile is chosen, give me and my band The Crawlin' Kingsnakes All down the line
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteAmsterdamned I'am in for a GYYYO (M.Rambler,Sft Devil or SF Man) with some fellow musicians. Deadline not before X-Mas. My band, The Crawlin' Kingsnakes from Kristiansand in Norway, did just that last Saturday. It was exactly 40 years since it's release and we did the whole album including the bonus tracks to a great audience at a club here. GREAT! Give us any song from the
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
It's just the best ever! And we nailed it in front of a full house. Thanx toThe Rolling Stones. I love you!
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Today it is 40 years since Get Yer Ya-Yas Out was released! The best rock'n roll live album ever. In Kristiansand in southern Norway, my band The Crawlin' Kingsnakes, will celebrate the event by playing the entire album, including the extras on the newly released deluxe edition. We will play it in the order of the setlist in MSG november 1969. Jumpin' Jack Flash Carol Sympathy
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Which sax solo is Bobbys best on a Stones record? Brown Sugar is great, Live With Me as well, but to me the one on Sweet Virginia will always be the greatest. It just fits the song and make it reach another level, both live and in the studio. Always loved it. The feel and the beauty is beond this world.
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
The Stones has changed the sound of their records ever since they started recording, and that is part of why they are still interresting to listen to. Second, they change the music style from record to record, which one other reason for them to keep fresh to their fans. Third, they work differently on every album the last 30 years, which gives us differently made songs, which influences the fina
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13 ***years ***ago
Niklas
I've tried to think which ones are my ALL time favourites, those that will last next month, and next year... Memory motel Start me up Happy Rock's off Always suffering Tumblin dice Hand of fate Tell me Flight 505 Honky tonk women All studio versions.
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14 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteRockman Under The Radar .............. On what album is this song?
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14 ***years ***ago
Niklas
1. Licks (Best consept ever! 43 different songs in three nights. GREAT!) 2. A Bigger Bang 3. Voodoo Lounge 4. Bridges to Babylon 5. 1975/76 6. 1978 - most fun and the rawest 7. 1973 European tour 8. 1969 9. Steel Wheels (The stage was the best ever!) 10. Urban Jungle (Worst stage ever!) 11. 1981/82
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14 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteSwayStones I am speechless.................. Why?
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14 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Quotehbwriter how many grabbed those hurricane cds on the bigger bang tour? I bought quite many on a show in MSG. Nice to have. How do I post pictures in this forum, by the way?
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14 ***years ***ago
Niklas
See the next post...
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Save a little more money and get yourself a MESA Boogie mark III simule class. You'll never need another amp ever.
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
What was the setlist in Hyde Park?
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Quotemexicostone QuoteNiklas There must be something I miss...I saw the film 7 times at the movies, and several more times on DVD. Keith doesn't play well? As for me, every riff, every fill is perfectly timed into the songs. Listen to She was hot, Some Girls, Just my imagination - GREAT. And when Start me up, Jumping Jack Flash and Tumblin Dice come along, he pumps his riffs out and is the d
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteLoudei I envy you I don't think so. To me it seems you wish they were long gone.....
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
There must be something I miss...I saw the film 7 times at the movies, and several more times on DVD. Keith doesn't play well? As for me, every riff, every fill is perfectly timed into the songs. Listen to She was hot, Some Girls, Just my imagination - GREAT. And when Start me up, Jumping Jack Flash and Tumblin Dice come along, he pumps his riffs out and is the driving force of the songs. An
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Belting down Keith for a performance of Peggy Sue? Gimmie a break... Who cares? Give him a 5 string, Mick in the front, Ronnie on his right hand side and Charlie behind him - he will rock the world like never before! He is just as good as he used to be. That's my honest opinion.
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
Depending on how the weather's like or the mood I'm in, any Stones, Beatles or Creedence album. It's as simple as that.
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
I'd love Bill to come home to the band for good. I misds him and his bass playing. He has the roll every bass player should have! Taylor was good, no doubt about it, but nowadays he is just drunk and long long gone. Ronnie is the guitar player in the Stones with Keith, and I would not want it to change ever!
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15 ***years ***ago
Niklas
QuoteHelterSkelter Well, GOOD LUCK, you never know, might get something good. Don't mind me jaggeroo, In LA it's celebrities 24/7 and it just gets old and annoying here. I must say I once did get a great shot of STEVEN TYLER coming out of a book store called BOOK SOUP (Ronnie Wood was inside doing a book signing) with a little pocket camera. The line was a mile long and we were waiting
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