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3 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Quote24FPS Quoteboogaloojef Quote24FPS I can't believe it. I just thought of two more releases, I don't think either was filmed, but they were Golden Age, and they were club dates. It wouldn't have been like them not to record them. 1981 - Sir Morgan's Cove. As a setlist its got Everybody Needs Somebody to Love, Mona, the first time they played Let It Bleed, I Just Want
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4 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Quote24FPS I can't believe it. I just thought of two more releases, I don't think either was filmed, but they were Golden Age, and they were club dates. It wouldn't have been like them not to record them. 1981 - Sir Morgan's Cove. As a setlist its got Everybody Needs Somebody to Love, Mona, the first time they played Let It Bleed, I Just Want To Make Love To You, and She
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4 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
I prefer the reissue Rolled Gold + to Hot Rocks. Rolled Gold + has every song on Hot Rocks + some more charting songs from More Hot Rocks and a few not on either compilation like Little Red Rooster and I Wanna Be Your Man.
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5 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Quotesilkcut1978_ QuoteTravelinMan QuoteDandelionPowderman Their peak in the studio is generally seen as 1968-1972. I don't necessarily agree with that, but Taylor was only instrumental in making two of those albums. He was still a member during that time, I never said it was their peak because of him. Somebody said “he was never a Rolling Stone.” C’mon now. I thought it's commo
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
from Nico's site I believe Eddie Kramer said in a past interview some of the tapes were damaged. From Felix Aeppli's page 1 Route 66 (Troup) 2 All Down The Line 3 Around And Around (Berry) 4 Brown Sugar 5 Crazy Mama 6 Dance Little Sister 7 Fool To Cry 8 Hand Of Fate 9 Honky Tonk Women 10 Hot Stuff 11 It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll 12 Jumpin’ Jack Flash 13 Let’s Spend Th
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Start Me Up, Tumbling Dice, Gimme Shelter and Sympathy For The Devil are omitted from the dvd on the Four Flicks release. However, Start Me Up and Gimme Shelter from this show appear on the Live Licks cd set so you are really only missing Tumbling Dice and Sympathy For The Devil from the show if you have both Four Flicks and Live Licks.
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
The shows themselves went well enough, though the versions that appear on album are heavily overdubbed with new guitar tracks and backing vocals by Richards and/or Ronnie Wood. Jagger overdubbed the harmonica of "Mannish Boy" as well. Only "Around and Around" is untouched. From Wikipedia article about Love You Live lp.
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
If true, I wonder what this means for the rumored Four Flicks show from New York 2003 which has not been officially announced yet. I wonder which show would be released first?
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteErik_Snow QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteErik_Snow I've always been a big fan of Love You Live, the only thing is that after getting my first TOTA 1975 bootlegs in the early 90s, I thought they were so much better compared to LYL. But prior to that, I listened a LOT to that double-album. Apart from the El Mocambo tracks, I think side 4 is terrific. HTW, Happy, Hot Stuff and You Gotta Mo
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Didn't Eddie Kramer say in an interview that some of the tapes were damaged?
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11 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
I'm in the minority but I prefer the Tattoo You bonus disc to the one with Some Girls even though both are good.
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12 ***months ***ago
boogaloojef
Quoteschwonek 10 songs of the Jan 18th show from NY made to the Live Licks CD. So maybe that show. I like the mix on the Live Licks - somehow raw. But I bet this release will not sound as good. (I liked Little Red Rooster from Flashpoint but not from the Vault Release eg.) I believe the live version of Thru And Thru on the Rarities cd is also from that same show so that would be 11 tracks alre
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteStoneage Is there no chronology involved in this? After Tattoo You Undercover would be the next one in line surely. Or is it all random? There is no order. Exile On Main Street Some Girls Sticky Fingers Goats Head Soup Tattoo You
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
Here are a few I'd like to see. 1970 complete show 1972 complete show 1973 Pacific Tour complete show(s) 1976 complete show 1977 El Mocambo 1995 The other Amsterdam Paradiso Stripped show 2003 Circus Krone club show
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
Saint of Me and Out of Control are the only tracks I like on it. I thought it was disappointing when it came out and I still do.
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
I think if they continue to tour together the should call it the Glimmer Twins and special guests rather than the Rolling Stones.
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
Does anyone know if Mick Taylor or Bill Wyman have released any statements?
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteCamRS QuoteHairball Quoterollmops QuoteHairball Drift Away...never liked the Stones version...pales in comparison to Dobie Gray's hit version. It is funny because I was thinking that if "Drift Away" was promoted the right way it could be a hit which goes against your view. That is ok. My rational is that lot of people are familiar with the song and they would be surprised that
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
The bonus disc looks pretty good with mostly new songs if a bit short with only 9 songs. It will be nice to have better sounding versions of some of these songs which have been around on bootlegs. Not keen on the cd/lp Super Deluxe Edition mixed formats. Maybe Japan will have cds only with a bonus track or tracks.
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteIanBillen I don't believe I am familiar with "Living In The Heart Of Love" concerning the title. I don't think I have even heard it's name in the various bootleg material through the years. Is this a title / song not heard of to those of you as well? Some places refer to it as Living Is A Harder Love. It is been around on various bootlegs.
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteJMARKO Doesn’t make sense. The three “unreleased” titles in the same ad with 6 released titles. If the released ones were alternate versions of them, that would equal the 9 bonus tracks. But that other info (From?) says only one alternate. Weird. The other info is from the Rolling Stones Data website and Facebook page. Marcelo who runs the site and page also posted a few days
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
According to The Rolling Stones Data Facebook page... More about the soon-to-be announcement of the deluxe version of TATTOO YOU -Besides the remastered version the original album, there will be 9-10 extra tracks -First song to promote the album would be an unreleased track from the Munich sessions 1974 (already available in bootlegs through the years, but since two different versions of t
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
Someone on another forum said it's Come To The Ball. CTTB
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotetreaclefingers QuoteBashlets It’s overall a great album. The only track I skip nowadays is Neighbours. I personally think it’s aged better than SOME GIRLS but I’m sure I’m in the minority with my opinion. Possibly we are. It's a more mature sounding album overall. Maybe the more mature we get, the better it sounds? Try As Tears Go By - ironically perhap
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteTravelinMan QuoteKRiffhard They could have involved Chris Kimsey in this reissue. He had done a great job at the time finding and discovering hidden gems...including Start Me Up. I think he deserved it. "I spent 3 months going through like the last 4, 5 albums finding stuff that had been either forgotten about or at the time rejected. And then I presented it
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
I prefer All The Young Dudes to Mott. Most of the material on All The Young Dudes was written earlier while they were still at Island.
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuotePecman Keith has said...without me, Mick, and Charlie...there would be no Stones... Pecman There is no Charlie now but they are still completing the tour assuming the rising Covid cases in the U.S. don't cancel it again first. Personally, I feel they should cancel the tour. This feels more like the X-Pensive Winos or New Barbarians. If they are going to do it just call it the
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
Quoteroryfaninva Amazing album and one of the best Brit rock albums of the era - Drivin' Sister, All the Way From Memphis, I Wish I was Your Mother- Mott on the verge of breaking through to the top tier. Far superior sound to the spindly Bowie production on "All the Youg Dudes". Then Mick Ralphs leaves for Bad Company and the momentum is lost. Any fans of this classic here on IOR
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteNikkei Quotetreaclefingers QuoteNikkei There's just one song glaringly missing from Hot Rocks in my opinion and that would be The Last Time Agreed, though She's A Rainbow should also be in there. If only vinyl had more room! I could maybe do without As Tears Go By Bite your tongue. Actually, was also thinking that Little Red Rooster and Not Fade Away a
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***1 year ***ago
boogaloojef
QuoteNikkei There's just one song glaringly missing from Hot Rocks in my opinion and that would be The Last Time I ran a poll on another forum and the top three songs people wanted added to Hot Rocks were as follows. The Last Time She's A Rainbow It's All Over Now The old Rolling Stone magazine review of Hot Rocks mentioned their psychedelic period wasn't well repre
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