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13 ***days ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotedcba QuoteJordyLicks96 I have a feeling we'll get an ER reissue at some point. Something inside is telling me we'll get a TATTOO YOU reissue first though. TY is imo the sole candidate left for a reissue. But a VL expanded re-release might be a good surprise (one day). I don't think it'll ever happen as it would be a double-edged sword for the ba
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22 ***days ***ago
boogaloojef
This is just ok for me. I prefer Criss Cross. It is nice that they finally released it though.
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26 ***days ***ago
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They called him the conscience of the "Congress." I am saddened to hear as he was one of the good ones. He advocated for what he called getting into "good trouble." More bad news in a year filled with it.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteTheflyingDutchman To my ears "Criss Cross" embodies the creative bankrupt they where dealing with at the time. Everybody does his job on an ok level or on the automatic pilot if you wish. Filler at best. I like it better than Can You Hear The Music which was included on the album.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteJordyLicks96 So the iTunes version of the release is showing two extra tracks listed as Track 11 and Track 12. Wonder if these are other alternate mixes: Scarlet All The Rage Criss Cross 100 Years Ago (Piano Demo) Dancing With Mr D (Instrumental) Heartbreaker (Instrumental) Hide Your Love (Alternate Mix) Dancing With Mr D (Glyn Johns 1973 Mix) Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (
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7 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
Quoteretired_dog Quoteboogaloojef QuoteTaylor1 Taylor’ssolo music is niche music It was never going to bring big album sales.If he wanted that,he should have stayed with the Stones.He easily could have done his solo stuff on the side and remained in the band .Why he left was perhaps the biggest career move mistake in rock history next to Pete Best pissing off John Lennon. I have said it before
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7 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteTaylor1 Taylor’ssolo music is niche music It was never going to bring big album sales.If he wanted that,he should have stayed with the Stones.He easily could have done his solo stuff on the side and remained in the band .Why he left was perhaps the biggest career move mistake in rock history next to Pete Best pissing off John Lennon. I have said it before and I'll say it again if he i
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7 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteTravelinMan Quoteretired_dog Then again, much of what I said above about Gallagher could also be said about Mick Taylor when he was on his own. So I would not totally rule out that it could have worked with the Stones around. BS. Comparing Mick Taylor’s albums to his? Not even close. Taylor touches on way more styles and his first album is one of the best Stones solo efforts there is.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteGazza Oh I've no doubt that he auditioned (or at least played with them in Rotterdam). I've just never read from any credible source that he was on the shortlist which seems to have been early on limited to three people - Wood, Perkins and Mandel. I don't think its a coincidence that when they reconvened in Munich five weeks later to continue working on 'Black and Blue
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7 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteGazza Quoteslane82 Mike Douglas asked Jimi Hendrix, "What's it like to be the best rock guitarist in the world?" and Jimi responded, "I don't know, you'll have to ask Rory Gallagher". Did he actually say this or is it (as I suspect) an urban legend? Considering that by the time Hendrix died, Rory was 22 and had a discography amounting to two studio al
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8 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteMathijs I always found Rory Gallagher the least interesting of all players they auditioned. And I can't imagine they really considered him, being so far removed from Stones idiom. Just like Jeff Beck and Steve Marriott, I don't believe for a second they were ever considered. Mathijs Beck actually rehearsed with them. However, he was more interested in his instrumental jazz f
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8 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
Quoteroryfaninva And two months after - something like that - I got a phone call. And I didn't actually have a phone, I had to go down to my landlady and, 'Michael, would you like to come to an audition for The Rolling Stones?' "I said, 'What?! The Rolling Stones?! Let me... I'll call you back.' I called my brother Rudolf and I said, 'Can you believe tha
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8 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteTravelinMan In the liner notes for Second Chapter or Ram Jam City, there is a story the Stones office called Danny Kirwan and left a message for him. So many stories, who knows? I do believe the bit about Gallagher’s people floating stuff out there for the press. Just like the supposed Hendrix quote about him with no source. The Hendrix story is an old one and with different variati
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8 ***weeks ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteSighunt This was a long time ago from what I remember, but just going from memory, these are the folks who I read auditioned for the Stones guitarist job: Jeff Beck Rory Gallagher Harvey Mandel Wayne Perkins Peter Frampton Steve Marriott Nils Lofgren Roy Buchanan Mick Ronson (?) Am I missing anybody? Peter Frampton says he never auditioned. Roy Buchanan never auditioned a
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5 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteTravelinMan I’m in the minority here, but I couldn’t see the album with a different opener. I love the song; it’s voodoo, grimy blues, rock, and Jamaican. very good point. This is true: there really isn't another cut from the GHS sessions that would work as opener. The thing about "Dancing w/ Mr D" is that it is one of those songs that is always
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5 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteTravelinMan Including Through the Lonely Nights probably depends on if they will reissue a bonus cuts It’s Only Rock n Roll. I don't think they will include it. They didn't include Everything's Turning To Gold on the Some Girls Deluxe Edition.
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5 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Quoteironbelly Quoteschwonek QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTeddyB1018 I’d expect the Bob Clearmountain mix of Brussels, as it hasn’t been released on physical media outside Japan. It was released on vinyl and cd in the deluxe box set before the Ward-release. But the deluxe was so expensive and rare that it was not released to the regular fans that can barely afford tickets and travel to see t
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteRocky Dijon Again, put it down to speculation only unless mpj200 or Soldatti confirm. The list was: All the Rage, Save Me, Scarlet, Fragile, Tropical Disease, Separate Ways. If this is credible, there are either more outtakes or some alternate versions because there will be at least ten tracks on the Rarities disc. I would imagine THE BRUSSELS AFFAIR with its o
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
The ones mentioned most on another forum I am on are as follows: Between The Buttons Their Satanic Majesties Request Goats Head Soup Black And Blue Emotional Rescue Goats Head Soup is my favorite of these.
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteLiveAtHidepark But Scarlet wasn't a "Goats Head Soup" outtake. Right. Have a look at the Deluxe Editions of EXILE and SOME GIRLS to see how they handle that issue. There was an unconfirmed rumor (which could just be speculation) that "Scarlet" evolved into "Following the River." If that's the case, they certainly didn't use
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Well,at the tour press conference it was mentioned that they are working on a Goats Head Soup reissue (Super Deluxe Edition?). Not exactly a From The Vault release but still the possibility of material from the vault.
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Link Wray Dick Dale These guys were more rock 'n' roll than most people in there.
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteboogaloojef Emotional Rescue is bloody awful in my opinion and the lyrics are dumb as well. Emotional Rescue is bloody brilliant and the lyrics are hilarious as well. Leave the jokes to Frank Zappa. He is much better at it.
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Emotional Rescue is bloody awful in my opinion and the lyrics are dumb as well.
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6 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Voodoo Lounge for me and it's no contest.
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7 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Flowers would have been more useful to U.S. fans if they deleted the repeated tracks from the U.S. versions of Aftermath and Between The Buttons Ruby Tuesday, Let's Spend The Night Together and Lady Jane and included the missing b-sides and U.K. only tracks Sad Day, Long, Long While, Who's Driving Your Plane and What To Do. This would have made Flowers a more useful catch all for the mi
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7 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
The Ventures - The Ventures Christmas Album Booker T & The MG's - In The Christmas Spirit
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8 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteMathijs Quoteresotele QuoteRockman Mick J ………………………………………. Rocky Dijon …………………………………………………..……………… Mick T --- Olympic Sound Studio 1970 Telecaster with a Strat neck ? Yes, Taylor used this guitar for the England 1969 gigs as well. Mathijs Someone on another forum says that's Taj Mahal in the middle. I've never seen the that photo before.
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8 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Ananda Shankar had this cool take on it using the sitar. The obscure band Jamul had this slower tempo ultra heavy take on it which was different. I always dug Johnny Winter's version.
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8 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
I actually prefer Mike Zito's Chuck Berry tribute Rock 'N' Roll A Tribute To Chuck Berry which was released as almost the same time as Ronnie's. The individual tracks have special guest appearances on them and it is more energetic in my opinion. 1. St. Louis Blues - Charlie Berry III 2. Rock N Roll Music - Joanna Connor 3. Johnny B - Goode - Walter Trout 4. We
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