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2 ***days ***ago
KingmanBarstow
These are strange times when you see concerts put on like this. But, let’s hope for better times again.
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2 ***days ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Love them, thank you so much for sharing!
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25 ***days ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Mine’s easy, from listening to Route 66 one night. Had the pleasure of staying in Barstow on a road trip pre lockdown earlier this year. Not much there. We also passed through Kingman. Mojave Desert is amazing. Drove along side the old Route 66 but did take a right off the newer hwy at one point and stood on Route 66 (as one does!) to take some pics. Historic road to see.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
The Spiders’ Santa Monica gig is the one for me. Glastonbury is ace. I am looking forward to the RSD i’monlydancing(thesoultour74) release. Though unofficial Bowie’s 50th birthday concert at MSG is very good. Supreme performance. The grainy film of that concert is on YouTube. Highly recommend it.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
There is so much on the table right now given the pandemic that the world is facing. New music would be nice. But this is the worst situation that I could have ever imagined in my lifetime. And a live performance, pleased to get back in circulation? I don’t think so. I’d continue to stay safe. And calm. We’ve a ways to go yet.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Re: Ziggy/Spiders not lasting too long “due to the culprits of drugs and fame.” I took a look back at the book “Strange Fascination” by David Buckley. His take on the infamous Ziggy retirement gig was: - Bowie was bored and exhausted from months of touring; - Tony DeFries (Bowie’s manager) wanted to make Bowie (sans Spiders) globally famous; - Ziggy (the image of) had proved to be too rad
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8 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I saw Hunter and Ronson twice, both times in small clubs. At one gig myself and my friend were first in and set up our beers at Mick’s monitor and thereafter didn’t move. What a brilliant night. Could watch him pick out every note above our heads. I wasn’t at the one (link above) but it is a great example of what it was like watching Ronno.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
QuotePaddy Way prefer the live versions of the tunes from this album I have to say. The soundtrack Spiders from Mars album and a live album from Santa Monica really make the tunes come to life. Mick Ronson was a killer guitar player. Really underrated.. A great collection of songs though.... I bought the Santa Monica bootleg when it came out. 2 UK Pounds at the time. That was a fantastic re
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8 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Nice that they have the MR Memorial Stage.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I went down to a market stall in my town in June 1972 and picked the album up. We used to go there after having chips from the chippy for a healthy (!) school lunch and listen to music that she (Joan the Record Lady) would play for us. Still have my 1972 copy and it still plays great. Game changer of a record as we all know.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I got some great pic sleeve (the vinyl is pretty well mint) French issues from the 60s amongst some other 45 RPM Stones stuff. Picked them up by sheer fluke a coupla years ago. I just loved the picture sleeves so I bought them.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
“Playing Knebworth the following year, he was in such a state that his road crew cut the wires to the speaker system.” First time that I heard this about Keef or have I missed something?
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Tom Verlaine - Breakin’ In My Heart I loved Television’s first album. And this song from Verlaine’s 1st solo album. A very unique guitar sound.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
The Pretenders. Mystery Achievement. This one brings back memories. I bought the first Pretenders album when it came out. This was in Dundas, Ontario at a lovely small record shop. Played it at my mate’s place that night (Saturday). And we had this song blasting.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Carl Smith - Cut Across Shorty
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I hope that we do not enter a period of every song lyric being analyzed. This is getting to be nuts.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
QuoteAquamarine "Are you ready, Steve?" Used to go to nightclubs back in the day and that song would be on. Plus Bowie, Slade, Roxy, and lots of soul. Great times.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Ron, after hearing the ‘Stay With Me’ opening riff in Lewis’s department store in England upon the single’s release - it was a game changer for me! Happy Birthday.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
The Wembley Whammer - many happy returns Charlie. Enjoy your new pup.
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2 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
QuoteRockman dismay ... Quite!
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3 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I will miss that unique train image. R.I.P. Deltics.
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3 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
This ain’t what your looking for Rockman, but here he is getting a bit of cake:
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3 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
After watching the TV special tonight when Keith Urban did a Stevie Winwood song after The Stones, it reminded me of this morning. I had been driving home down by the river and Arc Of a Diver came on. Hadn’t listened to that one in ages. It’s brilliant.
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3 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I liked it.
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4 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Saw a date on that tour. Best way to describe the gig was raucous, absolutely fantastic. Somebody threw a bottle of water onstage and Ronnie said “......don’t throw water, throw whiskey.” Made me think back to the Faces days. One of my all time favourite solo gigs. “Pretty Beat Up” still sticks in my mind from that one.
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4 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
I’m impartial, very thankful for both the Stones and the Beatles in my lifetime. You can’t get much better than those two bands. I don’t do the compare, I do the enjoy. Looking forward to an eventual new “Let It Be” sessions film as Paul referenced in the call with Howard from the over 50+ hours of video outtakes left over on “the cutting room floor” as they say.
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4 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Yep, great site and best moderation on the planet. Plus with a sense of humour (at times!)
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4 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Quote5stringTele QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Well. This is going to be interesting... Nice find, STG. Thanks for posting. Ticketmaster has been an out-of-control monster for decades. This is our unfortunate opportunity to fix that, once and for all. During this global crisis, they have not behaved like an ethical business -- one could argue they never did. Their behavior has been more along the
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4 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Quote24FPS I just watched a four part series on Epix called PUNK. It's the story of you guessed it..….punk music. Almost no talking heads of periphery people. It starts out credibly with Iggy Pop and the MC5, both Detroit. They interview most of the heavy hitters still alive. Johnny Rotten was interesting, but he looks terrible. He's bloated like he's on steroids or something simil
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4 ***months ***ago
KingmanBarstow
Linda Ronstadt - The Sound Of My Voice
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