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20 ***days ***ago
powerage78
The best, period. Happy birthday.
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25 ***days ***ago
powerage78
Very sad news. RIP Jeff Beck and thank you for the great music.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
powerage78
1. Aretha Franklin 2. Whitney Houston 3. Sam Cooke 4. Billie Holiday 5. Mariah Carey 6. Ray Charles 7. Stevie Wonder 8. Beyonce 9. Otis Redding 10. Al Green 11. Little Richard 12. John Lennon 13. Patsy Cline 14. Freddie Mercury 15. Bob Dylan 16. Prince 17. Elvis Presley 18. Celia Cruz 19. Frank Sinatra 20. Marvin Gaye 21. Nina Simone 22. Adele 23. Smokey Robinson 24. Ge
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5 ***weeks ***ago
powerage78
QuoteProfessorWolf Quotepowerage78 Well... Keith is never more rock 'n' roll than when he's playing with the Winos. Waddy rocks. What energy ! cool thanks steve helps too Strangely (or not), no recent version of Happy with the Stones reaches this level.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
powerage78
Well... Keith is never more rock 'n' roll than when he's playing with the Winos. Waddy rocks. What energy !
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6 ***weeks ***ago
powerage78
I am disappointed by the sleepy audience.
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2 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Best live versions with Mick Taylor. Great tune.
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2 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Angus Young would be a great guest (just a dream).
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Quotepowerage78 Thanks to this board I discover the 1964 live at the Star Club in Hamburg. Incredible performance !!!!! Thanks.
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Thanks to this board I discover the 1964 live at the Star Club in Hamburg. Incredible performance !!!!! Thanks.
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
QuoteVoodooLounge13 And I forgot The Cult in that listing of 80's bands. Not sure how I did that, since they have their own thread on here now! LOL
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Cocked & Loaded is a great album.
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Thanks VoodooLounge13 for this great great post. I was indeed pointing out that there is a before and after 1981-Tattoo You and that (supposed) creative decline is also true for the Stones...as for so many other bands and artists. So objectively, I do believe that their best years were with Mick Taylor and the sweeping solos that he brought to the band : we agree.
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Here is a precise and well-argued analysis. Thanks. I propose you another subject just as fascinating, for which I expect the same level of requirement and (relative) objectivity : the discography of the Stones since 1981 and the album Tattoo You, which contains the last MAJOR hit of the band, SMU. Since 2005, and the expectation of a new Stones studio effort, I don't think you're
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3 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Are we talking about a new album or a old Stones album to be remixed/overdubbed with unpublished tracks ?
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4 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Power Up is a solid and inspired album, in my opinion far superior to Rock Or Bust. Realize, Shot in the Dark, Through the Mists of Time (nostalgic and quite new in spirit), Demon Fire, Wild Reputation, Systems Down and Code Red are excellent tracks. One of the best albums with Brian, which has its place next to the classics, obviously insurmountable.
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4 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Happy birthday Brian, 75 !
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Great Back In Black and Let There Be Rock versions.Powerful.
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Brian Johnson
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Roundhouse 1971, Marquee Club 1971 and the Ya-Yas-version
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
My favorite tune on this album.
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Yes, a new album in 2022 with a song Mick singing with Chris Martin.
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Don't worry, a negative review of Mick Taylor's playing calls for 50 of Ronnie's one.. Unless you're deaf.
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
QuotePaddy Quotetomcat2006 There seem to be a lot of (younger) people who wear Stones gear without seemingly even being aware who the band are - hard though it is to believe. (And sacrilege too ;-) Do you think there'll ever come a time when they (or their descendants) make more cash from monetising the famous lapping tongue on clothes and other merchandise than from music and streaming s
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
You're right about all those DP tracks of course. But with Ronnie there is no good live solo, no matter what period the Stones are in, you have to forget the solo of the studio version or the Taylor years! And of course the song loses its magic (unless a solo is useless only since Ronnie is here).
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
With Ronnie for sure ..
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5 ***months ***ago
powerage78
I was listening to Hand of Fate this morning, great great song.I love Wayne Perkins guitar solo. He would have been a perfect successor to Mick Taylor. And yes a good Stones song with a good solo is still a better Stones song. Which is sorely lacking today with Ronnie on stage (for many years now).
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6 ***months ***ago
powerage78
They are a nostalgic act.
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6 ***months ***ago
powerage78
2023 : Europe 2024 : USA 2025 : Australia/ NZ- Japan 2026 : USA 2027 : Europe As soon as the tour is over I want more concerts and I dream of a show in London in 2030. It doesn't matter how old they are!
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6 ***months ***ago
powerage78
Wow, I don't remember reading such things about Keith and Ronnie in 2003 or about any of the concerts this year. Anyway 2022 is better than 2003, everything is fine, we can all sleep easy. The Stones (better better better) cycle continues. Can't wait 2023, better than,..,............
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