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2 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Photographer Charles Daniels (the "Master Blaster") has amassed more than 3000 rolls of undeveloped film featuring rock acts, including the Stones, who played Boston from the late 1960s on. A treasure trove. Great story. 3200 Undeveloped Film Rolls Hold History of Rock
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4 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Interestingly enough, he lives in Weston CT. I once read that in spite of their proximity, he and Keith have never met.
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5 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
DiscoverMusic - Rolling Stones "Most Iconic Logo"
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6 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Fascinating article. Thank you for posting. Sparks fly in music when genres, traditions, and generations intersect - a bit of madness mixed in makes things even more interesting.
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6 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
A beautifully written, if nostalgic, piece with a couple of Stones references, some interesting observations about musicians with great longevity, and many reflections and memories that resonate with me - an American fan "of a certain age." Ain't It Always Stephen Stills
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7 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
"If you find yourself near State and Washington streets in Chicago, look up and you'll see a mural of bluesman Muddy Waters rising 10 stories high. It was painted, the Chicago Tribune tells us, by Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra and fellow painters. And it was officially dedicated yesterday, at the beginning of the Chicago Blues Festival. Respect." posted on www.openculture.c
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7 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
PP Arnold
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Saratoga Springs, New York - "... where your horse naturally won"
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Condolences to you and your family, Mark. It is so generous of you to open your heart to this community after such a terrible loss - thank you. May the good Lord shine a light on you, warm like the evening sun.
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Quoteexilestones Jean Marie Perier: Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger and Francoise Hardy Can anyone idetify the year and location of this photo - Thank you It appeared on the back cover of Rave magazine, October 1965.
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Thank you, Mr DJA! Great article and great photos. I agree with latebloomer - this sort of visit shows how much Charlie loves what he does. It seems wherever the Stones travel, he's likely to find a place to sit in, mentor, or just enjoy a jam.
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Quote35love QuoteBostonLass Maybe I'm being dense, but I can't figure out what Bjornulf is talking about here: "... if you study all the photos hard you will see somehing missing. It's there but still not there if you see what I mean..." *I miss the mystery too, but enjoying too much to see anything missing. I hope all the fans traveling to Cuba hit the beautifu
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Maybe I'm being dense, but I can't figure out what Bjornulf is talking about here: "... if you study all the photos hard you will see somehing missing. It's there but still not there if you see what I mean..."
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
"Before his death last week, Sir George Martin and his son Giles teamed with PBS to create an upcoming eight-part documentary series called "Soundbreaking." The series features interviews with over 150 artists and producers, who tell the studio stories behind some of the best music ever made." Stones are featured in the trailer, but not listed among those interviewed. Still
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
From the "No Depression" website. Fire in the Belly (John Mayall interview)
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
1000+ hours of early jazz from the vast collection of David W. Niven is now available for free streaming/download on Archive.org. David W. Niven jazz collection info Archivist Kevin J. Powers, who digitized the cassettes, states that the collection “represents the very finest American music of the twentieth century, and because Mr. Niven took the time and care to record these commentaries,
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Springsteen played in a city near me earlier this week, and my neighbor's note to the school the following day to explain his daughter's tardiness was featured on the regional news. Small town living.
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Listening from New York!
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
patrykut's link is live
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Here's the article that mentions Trump's use of Sympathy for the Devil, You Can't Always Get What You Want, and Brown Sugar at his rallies. I don't think it's common these days for artists to allow their music to be used in this way unless they actually endorse the candidate, or received money for granting their permission. The New Yorker - On the Road with Trump and C
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
So pleasingly meta! Thanks for posting, Aquamarine.
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Silly fun. Tonight Show "Beast of Burden"
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Those who are interested in this thread as a forum for their critiques of the show's direction, their disapproval of Carole King's exuberant reaction to being honored in an extraordinary fashion by the woman for whom she wrote an extraordinary song, or their disparaging comments about the taste of Americans probably won't find anything to like here - please feel free to skip this p
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola; Smalls; Blue Note; Birdland; The 55 Bar. Mona's - late night jazz on Tuesdays only, 10pm - 3am.
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Just want to share this amazing performance with IORR music lovers. Mick and Keith and Charlie aren't the only musicians still bringing it in their seventies. This Queen can sing. Aretha Franklin at the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Quoteswiss QuoteBostonLass "Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits" has just been released in paperback ... so this chat. Glyn Johns interview - WAMC (Northeast Public Radio) Cool! How is it? What are some of the highlights for you? I'll listen later tonight but would love to have a sense of what to look forward to He reflects on changes in the music industry as "impresario
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
"Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits" has just been released in paperback ... so this chat. Glyn Johns interview - WAMC (Northeast Public Radio)
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
QuoteWhale Favourite things Africa brass Ole Oh yeah. And Filles de Kilimanjaro, In A Silent Way, Bitches Brew
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
A Facebook post about Lou Reed's three album '80s run of "New York", "Magic and Loss", and "Songs for Drella" got friends thinking about other killer album trifectas (trifectae?). We've been compiling a list - I won't give away what we've got already, but I'm curious about what IORRians might come up with. And yes, the Rolling Stones hav
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8 ***years ***ago
BostonLass
Nice! Unusual cast of characters - wonderful cause - great music! Left me smiling.
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