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3 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteDeltics Not the Stones nor in the studio. Byron Berline out on the street recording his part for "Country Honk" watched by Bonnie Bramlett! Outside Elektra studios October '69. Photo by Robert Altman. Great! Just been listening to this track
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3 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Streaming this now. That version of When The Whip Comes Down is a bit too - erm - Respectable isn't it? Hilarious but a pity because Whip live versions are normally excellent.
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3 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Listening via Amazon HD stream right now. Love In Vain sounds fantastic although Amazon have erroneously included a live version of Live With Me in the album for some reason. I'm pretty happy with my ca.1981 Decca vinyl and my mono CD from the box but might be persuaded to shell out for the single CD. Not bothered about the new box though.
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6 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Start Me Up: 9/10 Hang Fire: 7/10 Slave: 11/10 Little T&A: 8/10 Black Limousine: 8/10 Neighbours: 7/10 Worried About You: 8/10 Tops: 7/10 Heaven: 7/10 No Use In Crying: 8/10 Waiting On A Friend: 10/10
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6 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteSilver Dagger I don't recall the Stones ever doing a Rod/Faces cover. But Rod/Faces did cover Street Fighting Man, It's All Over Now and Love In Vain shamelessly. And they famously use to play Get Yer Ya Yas Out before they went on stage in 1970 to vibe themselves up. I believe the Stones also covered It's All Over Now as well though
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6 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
In music there is a dividing line between Rock and Showbiz. Mick has just managed to keep the right side of the line while post-Faces Rod has been just on the wrong side.
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9 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Summertime in England by Van Morrison (from The Common One)
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9 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
A nice gesture but this could be the last time that Mick and Keith do anything like this...
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Quotekeefriffhard4life i thought it was always "gimme shelter" See label above from Let It Bleed 1969 (and on the LP cover too)
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Quotejlowe The excellent UK BBC4 Friday evening music night features on Friday 26 April @9pm a 60 minute documentary John Lee Hooker: The Boogie Man. At 10 pm: The Rolling Stones at the BBC. (45 minutes). At 1145pm: Blues at the BBC: Archive clips.
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotetreaclefingers QuoteBowieStone QuoteGasLightStreet When did Tumbling Dice become Tumblin' Dice and Jumpin' Jack Flash become Jumping Jack Flash? Like that RollingStone bit about Brad Paisley. So stupid. Undercover of the Night is now Undercover (of the Night). That's ridiculous...this band bugs me...(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Those are some st
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
Sometimes faster is better video:
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteTopi The entire 1981 US Tour. "It's not the side effects of the cocaine, I'm thinking that it must be love..."
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10 ***months ***ago
JumpinJimF
I've streamed the live tracks now and like you I think they're pretty good. Nicely produced and less muddy than some other love releases. It's also good to hear some of the rarer life tracks. Even the duets are OK (Alright I haven't heard Ed's yet...) although I've never really heard a guest song that's better than a 100% Stones song. The other 2 CDs aren&
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Apologies and please merge if this has been posted before. Looks like a "grey"/public domain release but I think this website is run by Universal. https://thesoundofvinyl.com/*/*/The-Rolling-Stones-Live-In-Melbourne-Paris-London/60TF0000000 Side One was recorded live at the Palais Theatre, Melbourne for Radio 3 UZ on February 24th 1966. On Side Two, we present the band’s triu
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
I saw the BluRay on sale this weekend for £3. It was at a regular shop (Fopp) so presumably a grey import rather than a boot. Seemed to just have the songs from the truncated BBC broadcast (Miss You thru' to Satisfaction). Of course the full concert was up on YT in decent quality. May still be for all I know. Cover looked like this...
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Listened for the first time on Spotify. Performances seem good (and an interesting set list) but it all sounds a bit too polite, in need of some edge. Not sure if it's the playing or the mix. Does anyone else feel the same, or maybe do I just need to turn up the volume a bit?
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteMadMetaphoricalMax Reviewed Negative Capability for The Arts Desk - and here it is, what a fine album, up there with her best. https://theartsdesk.com/new-music/cd-marianne-faithfull-negative-capability Thanks for this. It is a very good album isn't it.
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
From a covers album (Under Cöver), where they also did JJF - but sadly not Undercöver of The Night. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Under_C%C3%B6ver
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
As everyone knows, the correct answer is: 1. Stones 2. Who 3. Kinks 4. Other bands
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
As with B2B the thread has inspired a re-listen. Overall sound is more Stonesy than B2B. More likely to listen to this one again. It's damn long though! Love is Strong Nice menace to this. You Got Me Rocking - in moderation anyway Sparks Will Fly for those lyrics. Redeemed by the energy so The Worst. Just OK New Faces. Harks back to the 60s pop era, but with less charm. Interes
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Was inspired by this thread to listen to the album through again on a good hifi at a decent volume. Overall the sound is good (I got the CD when it came out), but somehow not quite a Stones sound. Some pretty good songs on here (e.g. Flip The Switch, Anybody Seen My Baby, You Don't Have To Mean It, Out Of Control, Saint Of Me, How Can I Stop) but quite a few which aren't so memora
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Quotetomcasagranda QuoteJumpinJimF Quotetomcasagranda John Humphreys and Ian Duncan-Smith interview on R4's Today, as I'm working from home after a bank holiday. My commiserations. At having to listen to those two I mean, not about the working from home - which I highly recommend. No, I accept full culpability. My early morning listening, or start the day listening, pre-work, pre-br
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Quotetomcasagranda John Humphreys and Ian Duncan-Smith interview on R4's Today, as I'm working from home after a bank holiday. My commiserations. At having to listen to those two I mean, not about the working from home - which I highly recommend.
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Quotetomcasagranda QuoteJumpinJimF Quotetomcasagranda QuoteJumpinJimF Miles Runs The Voodoo Down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_RdIoHNXLA Great choice. I went for a run last night with Right Off from Jack Johnson in the headphones. I must be a rare breed, as I love both Tutu, Aura, and the Montreaux live stuff from the 80s, plus the Hot Spot OST which is Miles meeting John Lee Hooker,
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotetomcasagranda QuoteJumpinJimF Miles Runs The Voodoo Down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_RdIoHNXLA Great choice. I went for a run last night with Right Off from Jack Johnson in the headphones. I must be a rare breed, as I love both Tutu, Aura, and the Montreaux live stuff from the 80s, plus the Hot Spot OST which is Miles meeting John Lee Hooker, Taj Mahal,
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Quotetomcasagranda QuoteJumpinJimF Miles Runs The Voodoo Down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_RdIoHNXLA Great choice. I went for a run last night with Right Off from Jack Johnson in the headphones. I must be a rare breed, as I love both Tutu, Aura, and the Montreaux live stuff from the 80s, plus the Hot Spot OST which is Miles meeting John Lee Hooker, Taj Mahal, and Jack Nitzsche all in
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_RdIoHNXLA
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***1 year ***ago
JumpinJimF
QuoteDoxa That would be a nice addition to my Christmas album collection. I have only one so far, Dylan's (plus one single, quess by who). I will pass Clapton's, sorry Eric. Bob's "Must be Santa" is a Christmas classic in my house. - Doxa Well Bob's Christmas album made us all laugh when I played it last December. Not necessarily for the right reasons though
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