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TheflyingDutchman
QuoteCaptain Teague Quotestraycatuk I find it unlistenable due to Taylor's endless noodling. sc uk No one seems to have 'bitten' on this comment! Been there done that.
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TheflyingDutchman
During the first two verses Jagger sings, then Taylor plays a fill etc. So Taylor isn't interfering the vocal line. It's more like answer-question. For the second part of the song I agree with DP.The middle part is a great blues-rock improvisation, and then they sprint to the finish together.
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TheflyingDutchman
QuoteBig Al Whilst I absolutely appreciate the incredible talent he was, he simply isn't a favourite. Interesting remark. I still wonder if and how he would have adapted to Jazzrock because he played by ear. He past away just before that era took off. Unfortunately we will never know.
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TheflyingDutchman
QuoteGasLightStreet How do you listen to it without the vocals? Ignore them? The art of ZEN.
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3 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quotenoughties I have never liked "Money". Frankly the one I liked most. It's a 7/4 .
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4 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Pink Floyd, that's David Gilmour to me. He would have been a great replacement for Mick Taylor. That's the only thought that comes to my mind as far as this subject is concerned.
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4 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quotedcba QuoteStoneage "I'm probably the best lead guitar player the Stones have ever had". Nice too see that he's not too humble after all... Well there was only one : him. Neither Brian nor Ron would be qualified or would define themselves as "lead guitar players". They're "just" musicians. "lead guitar player" is a monstrous le
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4 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
No fun to live in London or Barcelona these days, but that won't be the reason.
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5 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
QuoteTravelinMan Quotewonderboy It sounds like the Taylor version of the band ended whenever they came off the road (from the 1973 European tour?) Did they go into the studio after that? It must have been difficult for a young man like him to see the older guys spending all that time with Ronnie in 1974 Why? Didn’t he play on Wood’s albums anyway, and wasn’t he old friends with Wood? Wood n
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6 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quoteelectricmud Ffffank you , Sir Enjoy the music, a bit Django style.
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6 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quoteelectricmud QuoteTheflyingDutchman Eddie van Halen's father Jan van Halen playing the woodwind, and meet the van Halens. Jan van Halen. Woodwind ? He is playing the clarinet ... woodwind noun wind instruments other than brass instruments forming a section of an orchestra, including flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons: OK?
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6 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quotewonderboy Sorry if this is a dumb question, but did Keith or Ronnie ever do tapping or any of the EVH techniques? As far as I know a single tap by Mick Taylor every now and then.
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6 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Eddie van Halen's father Jan van Halen playing the woodwind, and meet the van Halens. Jan van Halen.
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7 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Just spending time with friends and family.
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8 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Ive seen it long a go. Thanks for the upload, always great to hear Taylor like that.
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10 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
QuoteTaylor1 QuoteTheflyingDutchman I believe the Stones could have played funk with Mick Taylor. If only. Mick Taylor- Red Shoes.His bass playing on Fingerprint File was pretty funky That's right. In the end it's the counterplay that makes a band come alive. I don't think the Stones could deliver the kind of funk I just posted although Taylor got the message here and finish
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11 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
I believe the Stones could have played funk with Mick Taylor. If only. Mick Taylor- Red Shoes.
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11 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Mick Taylor & Company, 13th August 1986. Reelin' and Rockin'
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11 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Paint it Black You got the Silver Monkey Man Sympathy for the Devil (Ya ya's) Can't you hear me knocking. Dance little Sister.
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15 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quotejbwelda Terrible guitar players like Jeff Beck? sheesh. Unbelievable. jb
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15 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMathijs I think it is Richards, as the part is really similar to the rehearsals and the live versions, and it's fairly similar to Keith's part of Time Waits. Also, I don't know of any other Taylor part that's quite similar. Mathijs I do. Morning Story (Gotenburg 1975) with Jack Bruce is a perfect example where Taylor blasts out power chords just like that. Actuall
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16 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Eddie van Halen, a true innovator, and played with the best freaks around. Gone too early. RiP † Eddie and Allan.
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16 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quotepaulspendel It's typical that Stu is left out of the 'departure list', again. That's because he never wanted to play minor chords. All Joking aside, Stu's Honky Tonk piano contribution fitted their music very well.
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16 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
That's personal. The departure of Mick Taylor because of his great melodic approach, and Bill Wyman because of his great Bass sound. If it wasn't for Brian Jones, the Rolling Stones would probably never have excisted. So in a way he was the biggest loss from a historical point of view.
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16 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteMathijs QuoteTheflyingDutchman Both Keith and Taylor could have played rhythm guitar on the studio version. On the live version (London'73)you can hear Taylor and Richards playing the same powerchords. (in the beginning).On the studio version the rhythm guitar is not as aggressive as Keith's rhythm guitar on the live version.So a good
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16 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
QuoteMathijs QuoteTheflyingDutchman Both Keith and Taylor could have played rhythm guitar on the studio version. On the live version (London'73)you can hear Taylor and Richards playing the same powerchords. (in the beginning).On the studio version the rhythm guitar is not as aggressive as Keith's rhythm guitar on the live version.So a good chance it's Taylor in the studio playing
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18 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Both Keith and Taylor could have played rhythm guitar on the studio version. On the live version (London'73)you can hear Taylor and Richards playing the same powerchords. (in the beginning).On the studio version the rhythm guitar is not as aggressive as Keith's rhythm guitar on the live version.So a good chance it's Taylor in the studio playing the rhythm part as well. Take what y
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18 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
Quotejbwelda Its only "not rocket science" if you do not have to do it. jb ?
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18 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
QuoteTaylor1 So it’s Keith on the distorted guitar you can hear on the left channel playing throughout the song and not Taylor? In 1973 Keith only mentioned he played bass The guitar in the studio sounds very similar to the (rhythm) guitar part that Taylor played in London '73.
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20 ***days ***ago
TheflyingDutchman
QuoteBjorn That's the one I meant
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