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11 ***days ***ago
MelBelli
Not sure why Chicago proper wasn’t chosen. But East Troy, Wisconsin, location is close to both Chicago and Milwaukee.
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16 ***days ***ago
MelBelli
I can already tell I’m not going to like the mix as much as the original ppv.
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17 ***days ***ago
MelBelli
Quoteryanpow I thought it was "Billy Bob Thornton got mad at me for givin' it to Angeline"... Yes, Billy Bob is it. Of course.
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18 ***days ***ago
MelBelli
Is it me, or does Mick name-drop Jon Voight and Angelina Jolie in the famous third verse?
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23 ***days ***ago
MelBelli
A quick look at both Keith and Jimmy's parts on "Scarlet":
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4 ***weeks ***ago
MelBelli
QuoteHairball Could be some very subtle use of the wah wah in Taylor's main solo on Heartbreaker (as if he has it completely stepped down on), as well as the lead towards the end... Yes, this.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
MelBelli
Do I ever do faintly hear Bobby Keys at around 3:15?
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5 ***weeks ***ago
MelBelli
There’s definitely an open G part on this track, but I’n hearing the main riff in standard — G to a C6.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
MelBelli
Based on the “Exhibitionism” audio clips posted here a couple years ago — where visitors get to play around with the mix of certain tracks — the line is clearly “You got me leaking / I done blown my top.” Also, remember the NYC actor type who won the “Exhibitionism” contest? He hears Keith in the bridge singing “Get along with the shoeshine.”
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2 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Episode 14 — a look at a dominant 7 move that Keith did on Monkey Man, It Means A Lot, and Sparks Will Fly.
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2 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Sorry for the lack of content lately! Here is Ep 13 — a look at some of Keith’s aggressive power-chord riffing, wherein he pulls off and hammers back on the root note. Seems to me he began doing this during the Some Girls sessions. Check it out!
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2 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Check out Ronnie’s “Undercover” solo in LA: vs Atlantic City: In LA, his tone is clean and dry. In AC, a pedal has been engaged. I seem to remember, much later (2005-07, I think), Ronnie about to take a solo on Angie. He looked back as if to signal “Are you guys going to turn that thing on or not?!” I wonder if, on songs whose arrangements are looser than others, Ronnie’s guys
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
YouTube analytics tell me it’s all arrows down for non-Keith videos. So here is Riff Cousins Ep. 12: Is the HTW intro lurking in “Good Times, Bad Times”? Also, I look at how Keith continued using what I call his “paleo” suspension shape (“19th Nervous Breakdown”). Check it out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Awesome. This pay per view came in my earliest days as a fanatic. I thought the shows were always this good!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Got another pair of Waddy Wachtel solos for you — “Wicked As It Seems” and “Finishing Touches” (Warren Zevon). Check ‘em out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Thank you, guys. Much more to come! Right now, I’m working on a couple more Waddy solos. I always learn something new from him...
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Trying to keep rolling here ... Riff Cousins Episode 11. Looking at the many examples of Keith using an E/G# slash chord. Check it out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Literally to this day I thought the opening line was “Givin’ up / lovin’ it.” Now I discover it’s “giving up loving.” Remarkable.
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Did you happen to notice that that the Stones mistitled their “Learning the Game” video as taking place in 2005? Sadly not atypical for them.
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Quoteopen-g QuoteMelBelli KR Riff Cousins Episode 10, playing country in open G. Check it out! Hi and hats off to your awesome series you've put out. much appreciated. seems like the YT link got mixed. the Possum & Keith link goes to Words of Wonder instead. next project? you can use this one if you like Fixed. Thank you on all counts!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
KR Riff Cousins Episode 10, playing country in open G. Check it out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
More Mick Taylor tastiness: his solos on “I Could Have Stood You Up” and John Phillips’ “Oh Virginia.” Check it out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
QuoteDandelionPowderman Too bad they didn't include the fantastic rendition of 2000 Light Years From Home from the Highwire b-side. I love that one, too. When you think of the sheer variety of that setlist, it’s impressive.
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Steel Wheels was my first tour, and Flashpoint was my first live album. A *lot* of personal excitement around those two years, with anticipation for new solo albums following right on the heels of Flashpoint and At The Max. I’m no doubt in the minority, but I love the polished sound of that era. At that point in my early teens, I hadn’t heard any bootlegs of prior tours. So it was kind of surp
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Had some fun with this one — Episode 9 of Riff Cousins. “Runnin’ Too Deep” and “Will But You Won’t.” Almost called it Riff Brothers or Twins! Most interesting bit, to me, is the use of a C7 shape in verses of RTD. Reminded me of Lowell George and “Fat Man in a Bathtub.” Check it out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Quotegeorgelicks QuoteDoxa Thanks for the explanation, georgelicks. I was a bit surprised that it didn't top the Billboard Rock Digital Song Sales list, like for example, Dylan did with "Murder Most Foul" in its first week. But yeah, that of it covering just 12 hours makes sense. Probably that thursday 'leak' will slighty affect its 'true' first weak sales, but
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 What is great is how one chord can work for a writer. E.g. the diminished chord. a prolific writer will use that for the next year. It is very interesting to watch Dean Ween clips about his guitar playing, and his writing, because he always talks about their discovery of the maj7th chords, and the one position that you can basically slide up and down the board. He use
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
QuoteJumpingKentFlash G SHARP DIMINISHED!!!! Unprecedented! What a great day! That is pure love for the band. LOL, I can barely suppress my shock, right?! MonkeyMan, I should’ve gotten into how he applies the shape to his solos. Almost Hear You Sigh is a favorite. Thanks!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
KR Riff Cousins Ep. 8! I look at what we might call the Moveable Keith Shape — the two-fingered shape that he uses on Tumbling Dice intro, YCAGWYW rhythm fills, "Winning Ugly"(!), and, on lower string sets, when he’s playing reggae. Check it out!
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3 ***months ***ago
MelBelli
Do I recall correctly that it’s Jack Nitzsche playing keys in the Godard movie?
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