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4 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteErik_Snow it's impossible to hear any difference between JJFLash from 1989 and the same song from for instance 2003. try these:
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5 ***days ***ago
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TD is my all-time favourite song. Recently I read a quote from Andy Johns saying that they needed at least 30 reels of tape for this song. So I wonder - is there any outtake available from the sessions at Nellcote? (Good time women is from Olympic)
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9 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Don't wanna be rude but what's the point of syncing ADTL Brussels '73 to a totally random video that doesn't have anything to do with it, neither the same song nor the same year...
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15 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Quotespunky Let's get Bremen 1998 released! I want a proper Bridges to Babylon Tour Blu-Ray release. Yes, Bremen would be fantastic! The warhorses in the second part of the set are played so lose how you only hear it after a year of touring. And I love that. If the Stones are concentrated they are good but if they are relaxed and lose they are truely tge greatest Rock n roll band in the wor
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16 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Quotecoowouters Here you go. Links valid until February 9th. Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Enjoy! Thank you so much, Chris! Really apprechiated
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17 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteValeswood Quotelem motlow they need to stop following Midnight Rambler with Miss You,it kills the momentum and I’m surprised Mick doesn’t see that. At the three London shows Miss You was before Midnight Rambler. Also, Miss You was a revelation, much better than on previous tours. At most concerts last year Miss You was one of the best received songs, along with Like A Rolling Stone. In 2
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17 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Please guys... Cmon... Yeah, surely they will open with Little by Little, She Said Yeah, Can You Hear The Music, I Just Wanna See Your Face or Cocksucher Blues But okay, if you wanna dream a bit here, I'll let you dream... I will be satisfied if they open with a blasting SFM again just as they did last year
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17 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Would be extremely thankful if anybody could post this via WeTransfer
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24 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Quoteexilestones I bought a laser disc player many years ago just because Voodoo Lounge in Japan was only released on laser disc in Japan. Even the package looks amazing! Exilestones - if you have the time, could you all do us a big, big favour and post these Disks in the HotStuff Forum? Would be really appreciated
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25 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
The bootleg was quite good in terms of audio quality. Here's a comparison: Official: Bootleg: I even think the bootleg sound better, especially the overall balance of the instruments. The guitars are upfront (especially Keith) and the drums are crisper and less muddy. And Mick is not too loud which he is in that official clip. Well they messed it up again...
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26 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Quotemnewman505 It could be worse, it could be like the Voodoo Lounge Uncut sound.....terrible.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
StonedRambler
I don't think they areall the same filming wise. Havana Moon is much, much better than SSS where there are too many fast moving cameras (the worst is the one above Charlie that turns up and down all the time). In Havana Moon there are many camera angles yes, but most of the time they show what is important. It wasn't cut randomly as SSS is sometimes but catches the communication of th
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8 ***weeks ***ago
StonedRambler
Havana Moon (the filming is superb, the performance also quite nice) After that Some Girls live in Texas
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
- I don't like any of their early albums (before Beggars Banquet) - Never been to a concert with Bill, but only judging from live recordings I like Darryl's playing better - I am addicted to the warhorses and listen to different live versions of them every day
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
I was in keith side for Prague this year and was disappointed to not see Charlie because there is a cymbal in front of his head. In future it'll be always Ronnie side for me.
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteOpenG Jagger has the chords for SFTD and is using guitar voicings starting at 12 fret for E then down to D and A but the song really takes off when Keith joins in playing Open E and the rest is history. The Open E chords Keith plays are not even on the record... The song took off when they dropped the folk ballad thing and made a samba out of it. Mick wrote the lyrics, the melody and the cho
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteDandelionPowderman I'll go out on a limb and say that Rocks Off is the most underrated song by the band themselves. It should have been the leading single off the album. A powerhouse of a rocker, but with clever parts and great dynamics. Fantastic vocals. They play it on one tour, try it a few times in 1975. Then they wait till 1994 to pick it up again. And after that they only play
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteDandelionPowderman Haven't heard of anyone who doesn't like Let It Loose? How can it be underrated, except by the band themselves? Well I know what you mean, it depends on how you understand underrated. I think that Let It Loose is underrated in a way that the hardcore fans love it, but it isn't as known to the public as it should be. Underrated by the labels to not put it on
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
Definitely Let it Loose. The song is a masterpiece itself and definitely one of the most underrated Stones songs. Never played live (maybe for a good reason, can't imagine Mick getting these scratchy vocal right live). Sweet Black Angel was the B-Side of Tumbling Dice so it got a bit more attention than let it loose, so I would say that one can't be the most underrated
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteDoxa QuoteDandelionPowderman Isn't it pretty well-documented that SFTD wasn't quite finished? Jagger had the basic chords, melody and lyrics written. So the song was there about finished even before Jagger entered to a studio. Ask Charlie Watts. What after that happened was a thing called arrangement. Like what happened with "Brown Sugar".
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteDoxa I think StonedRambler is generally right about the tendency on balance of Mick vs. Keith songs since the times of STICKY FINGERS. That of Mick bringing more rather complete written songs to the table than Keith, and Keith's songs started be more like riff ideas to be developed into songs in a studio. If we take STICKY FINGERS, more or less 'pure' Mick songs are "
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
To all those who dislike Sgt Pepper - please give the album one more chance now and then. It took me long to really like Pepper because I always thought there were better songs on other Beatles albums. But with Pepper it's not so much about the songs but more about the atmosphere that the album creates, just as it is with Exile. When I am not in the right mood I can't listen to pepper b
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteDandelionPowderman Isn't it pretty well-documented that SFTD wasn't quite finished? <(Sway, Moonlight Mile, Sister Morphine...) and even recording them without Keith> Only MM was recorded without Keith, though. In my golden years Keith brought way more than a riff to the table Here's a rather touching (and rare?) attempt of the Glimmers writing together fo
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
Many Stones songs in the "golden years" were either made by Mick bringing an almost finished song to the studio (Sympathy, Brown Sugar, You can't always get) or by Keith bringing a hook or a riff to the studio (Wild Horses, Street Fighting Man, Can't you hear me knockin'...) to let Mick write some verse lyrics. Of course Keith brought also finished songs (like Gimme Shel
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
Yes, who by numbers is also my favourite who album. Also Goats Head Soup gets a lot of bashing which I don't get. I think there is not one single filler on it. Only the order is not optimal, especially Dancing with mr d is a weak opener compared to the previous three albums. Also the cover is weak compared to the previous three. And I think a weak cover lets an album automatically sound w
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
Quotematxil QuoteStonedRambler ... Well , and I never thought that Tattoo was such an excellent album as many people think. It's still good but I could live without it Ouch! I think somewhere in heaven, an angel weeped when you wrote that. It's good but can't keep up with Exile, Sticky Fingers and Beggars Banquet (just my opinion).
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits SRV and Double Trouble - Texas Flood (great playing but the sound ruins it for me) John Lennon - Imagine (some great songs but also some that are really mediocre) All 80s stuff from David Bowie Slowhand - Eric Clapton (I looove Clapton but live he is so much better) Gary Clark Jr - Blak and Blu The Who - Tommy + Quadrophenia Well , and I never thought that T
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
Good. I think Keith would be indignant if he'd hear that anybody dares to discuss drugs on a Stones forum. You better not tell him.
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2 ***months ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteSpud Give it another listen...and turn it up . The dynamics are more natural than with many recent live releases and it needs a bit of volume to come alive. I noticed this too. But still the tonality is bad, dull sounding and no power in the low end. With a Hifi-EQ switch (boosting treble and bass) it sound much better and then when you turn it up it's really listenable. Still th
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