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MartinB
QuoteMabru QuoteMartinB Hopefully there will be a tour. No knopfler retired from touring his 2019 tour was his last. And also his producer and keyboardist Guy Fletcher confirmed that touring days are over. What a pity!!!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
MartinB
Hopefully there will be a tour.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
MartinB
Agree. The US team were the best. Well deserved.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
MartinB
Unbelievable last two minutes from Czechs
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7 ***weeks ***ago
MartinB
0:1, so far so good
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8 ***weeks ***ago
MartinB
They were only suspended, with the view they would be reinstated in the top division, unfortunately
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MartinB
It will be Canada winning all the way again. I will be in Prague in May.
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2 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteSomeGuy I sort of have a natural habit to want to 'see' through the obvious sound aspects of a record and immediately estimate what I think about the songs as compositions and the performance. Therefore, I was aware of the Watt production but it was not in any way a hindrance to enjoy the album. What I'm thinking right now is, is the Watt approach really so '2023'
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2 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteBig Al Was Voodoo Lounge not an attempt by Don Was to ‘recreate’ the sound of Exile on Main Street? If not that precisely, it was, at least, a determined effort to make the Stones’ ‘sound’ more ‘classic’ I do think the album has a nice warmth to its feel, and I do, very much, like it’s 60’s-like vibe in tracks like New Faces and The Worst. Love Is Strong is another nod to a sort-of classic a
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2 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Apparently Chanel is on the Stones' 2024 tour
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MartinB

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2 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Shine on you crazy diamond! You lit our lives. Happy birthday, Keith!
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3 ***months ***ago
MartinB
For me, the album version is the ultimate Stones' song. Not the best but in a way the the essence of Stones. Decadent, overproduced, over-overdubbed, crazy, wild... I love it. They were never able to get anywhere close to the studio version when playing it live.
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3 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteCristiano Radtke Very nice, thank you for posting it.
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteRedhotcarpet QuoteProfessorWolf almost the whole performance of angry What exactly is Keith playing (except for the solo)? Looks like he plays most of the chords and some of the riff. No weaving.
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
They are aware there is not that much time to tour all continents
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
I very much prefer this stripped down version of the band to an orchestra. I don't care about the mistakes, that's part of the mojo.
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quotecaschimann Reading through all this is so different like back in 2003 for instance. Even during the last tour it was different. More open. More good tempered. More relaxed. But with this new record coming out something happened to this board. And I am not talking about the Waldorf & Stadlers. They belong to the show. I am talking about those dry, analytical, soulless and cold comm
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteSpud I'd wager that Mick copped that tuning from Keith right from the start of him using it.. Even if for no other reason than it's being such a fun way to play the guitar... [...especially for those of us perhaps lacking a little technical virtuosity ] yeah, and once you have it in open G than the riff is the most natural thing to play
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteMathijs Quotedmay I'm shocked, shocked I tell you, that Keith is pictured with a Gibson guitar and not a Telecaster. What is this world coming to? In all reality until 1981 Keith only used a Tele on a couple of open G tracks (mainly Tumbling Dice and JJF/SFM), with the Ted Newman Jones 5-string guitar as main open G guitar in 1973 and the Zemaitis 5-string as main open G guitar in 197
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Is Sympathy played life? It sounds too perfect.
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
None of the above is a reason why we ageing 40+ (50+, 60+ etc) veterans should not enjoy it.
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteCaptainCorella QuoteMathijs QuoteTheflyingDutchman As far as I understood it Stu refused to play minor chords.That matters about half the repertoire anyway. The statement is a complete fabrication. Mathijs I'm less certain about that than you are. I have a strong hunch that the minor chord thing is written about in "Stone Alone". Give me sev
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MartinB
QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteMathijs QuoteTheflyingDutchman As far as I understood it Stu refused to play minor chords.That matters about half the repertoire anyway. The statement is a complete fabrication. Mathijs Absolutely, and certainly from a musical point of view the subject makes no sense at all, because an Amin7 is an inversion of a Cmaj6. I like the fun factor of the subject th
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteMathijs QuoteTheflyingDutchman As far as I understood it Stu refused to play minor chords.That matters about half the repertoire anyway. The statement is a complete fabrication. Mathijs I think this idea originated from Keith. Although I vaguely remember reading something like this in an interview with Jim Dickinson.
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 I think the Stones did really, really well with bringing Andy Watt into the fold. Their sound has been updated in a clever way; not forced. IMO it's okay that Lady G, has the bigger moments of the song. I am a little surprised how little Steve Jordan is mentioned in all of this, b/c the mix is a logic continuation from Keith's solo albums. (without Keith eve
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4 ***months ***ago
MartinB
I liked it very much (first listening)
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5 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteTaylor1 QuoteDeeGee Take "Sympathy for the devil" - clearly a Jagger-only lyric. Keith meanwhile concentrating on guitars and bass-lines. Fine by me. As a musician who composed songs with other musicians I must insist on pointing out that going into a studio with a - as it was written ealier - "pre-written" idea does by all menas not mean that this e.g. just a Jagg
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5 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quoterbp Ghost Town 5/10 Angry 6/10 For context Jumpin' Jack Flash, Gimme Shelter, Brown Sugar & Honky Tonk Women all 10/10 +1
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